|Mk Ia K9998 of 92 Squadron Biggin Hill, 9th September 1940. Flown by Geoffry A Wellum DFC.||
Mk IIa P7665 of 65 Sqn."East India Squadron",
Tangmere, West Sussex, February 1941. Flown by Pilot Officer Geoffrey Hill.
|Mk Ia: K9817 as she may have looked while at PDU/PRU||Mk Ia: Default N3249 made cleaner.|
|Mk Ia: Default R6835 made cleaner.||Mk IIb: Default P8385 made cleaner.|
|W3312 QJ-J Moonraker - Sqn Ldr James E Rankin.OC No 92 Sqn Biggin Hill August 1941.||PA944: 7th Photo Rec. Group, 14th Photo Sqn. Station 234 RAF Mount Farm. August 1944.Flown by Capt. John Blyth.|
|AA853 of 302 Sqn, with white stripes on the nose.Reputedly for the exercise 'Operation Rutter' in July1942. Flown by Wg Cdr Stefan Witorzenc.||AB790: flown by W/Cdr John Alexander "Johnny Kentowski" KENT, the C.O of the 1st Polish Fighter - 303 Sqn RAF Northolt 1941|
|MA292: "Verna June II". Dohazari, India in January 1944. Flown by New Zelander, Flt.Lt. Lawrence Weggery.||Depicting Spitfire Mk.VC, JK815/DB-R of No. 2 Sqn, No. 7 Wing, SAAF, Italy, November 1943|
|Mk IIa P7350 is the oldest airworthy Spitfire in the world and the only Spitfire still flying today to have actually fought in the Battle of Britain. Now part of the BBMF||
Representing the Mk. IX Silver Spitfire, G-IRTY.
|All textures are 32 bit for a better visual experience, for P3D and FSX.|