Icarus Releases Westland Lysander

The latest WWII era aircraft release from Icarus is the Westland Lysander. The package includes three different models with a total of 17 different liveries including RAF, RCAF, Polish, Finnish and more. For details, click on Read More.

Westland Lysander MkI - II - III - A/SD For CFS2/FS2004/FS2002.

CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 version, 3 models 17 skins multiresolution.

The Lysander (or "Lizzie") first flew on June 15, 1936. It was designed and used initially as a Royal Air Force (RAF) ground support combat aircraft, but by mid-1942, the Lysander's vulnerability to enemy fighters caused its assignment to such duties as target and glider towing, air-sea rescue, and communications. The Lysander is best known for its "cloak and dagger" role -- flying agents in and out of German-occupied Europe. Its slow speed and short takeoff and landing capability made it well-suited for such night missions into unprepared fields.



  • Landing light
  • Rear gunner animation
  • Double canopy animation
  • 2D gunner panel
  • Shock absorber movement
  • Wheel rotation
  • Dynamic VC gauges
  • Moving rudder pedals
  • Moving Joystick
  • Cockpit animation

Skin into this pack:


  • mkIIIs trainer
  • mkIIIs 1942 N161 Squadron
  • mkIIIs sd N161 raf
  • mkIIIa RCAF target tug
  • mkIIIa USAF evaluation
  • mkIIIa France
  • mkIIIa RAF
  • mk3 RAF(2)
  • mk3 polish raf markings
  • mk3 Finnish airforce
  • mkI winter finnish
  • mkI irish air corps
  • mkI burma 1942
  • mkI Royal Egyptian airforce
  • mkII Army School
  • mkII IAF service 1941-43
  • mkII 2nd groupBretagne FAFL Libya 1942

Now on sale at Icarus at RAF's section:


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