Complete Aircraft with Virtual Cockpit
FSX-FS2004 Siebel FH-104. military version The Siebel FH-104 Hallore was originally designed by Klemm Leichtflugzeugbau as a small, high performance mail and passenger transport. After the Klemm plant in Halle was transferred to Siebel Flugzeugwerke in 1937, the aircraft was developed into a fast general liaison aircraft, with personalities such as Adolf Galland, Albert Kesselring and Ernst Udet flying them. Powered by two 280 hp 8-cyl inverted V Hirth HM 508 engines, it had a top speed of 350 km h (190 Kt). 46 units were built. GMAX mdl by A. F. Scrub. GMAX source included.