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Hana Heli-Obstacle Course v2.0 for FS2004 Country: United States Location: Hawaii Airport type: Civil & Military ICAO Code: PHHN IATA Code: HNM Hana Airport is a regional airport of the State of Hawaii on the east shore of the island of Maui, 3 NM northwest of the unincorporated town of Hana. The airport covers 119 acres and has one runway. It is primarily a commuter facility used by unscheduled air taxis and general aviation. This scenery is intended as a single/multiplayer helicopter obstacle course where heli pilots can meet to compete, show off, and share their helo skills. Since birdseye (Timm Turner) already did a neat scenery called Hana_Scenery_PHHN (search for "hana" in the HoverControl Downloads), we decided to convert PHHN to a full helicopter training area. Makes a great place for helo pilots to gather to practice and perfect their skills, and challenge other pilots! And keep an eye-out for that Hot Air Balloon, cruising around an altitude of 3000 feet
Posted Dec 10, 2010 05:48 by Greg Spellmen
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AH-1W Super Cobra Package for FS2004. The Super Cobra traces its lineage from the UH-1 Huey and was originally developed for the US Army in the mid-sixties. The AH-1W is a two-place, tandem-seat, twin-engine helicopter capable of land- or sea-based operations. During Operation Desert Storm, the AH-1W comprised less than 20% of the attack helicopter force deployed, yet flew more than 50% of the total attack force flight-hours. In the entire Desert Shield/ Desert Storm campaign, Super Cobras flew more than three times the number of hours per aircraft per month than any other attack helicopter. Armed with a M197 20mm turret gun, twin 5" or 2.75" rocket launchers and up to eight TOW, Hellfire, Sidewinder or Sidearm missiles the Super Cobra was an attack helicopter to be feared. Ex payware from Alphasim
Posted Nov 19, 2010 05:40 by Soaring Falcon
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FS2004 Sikorsky X2 Technology Demonstrator. Experimental aircraft combining several tech- nologies to produce a vehicle with low speed helicopter characteristics but capable of cruising at 250 knots. Aircraft recently broke the helicopter speed record. Complete package except sound. Aircraft will reach 250 knots in FS2004 yet flies like a well- behaved helicopter at lower speeds. By David Allan.
Posted Oct 30, 2010 17:49 by David Allan
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FS2002/FS2004 Eurocopter EC145 Cleveland Metro Life Flight - EC145 N261MH painted in Metro Life Fligt's color scheme and logo. Metro Life Flight currently utilizes Eurocopter EC 145's Replacing their fleet of Sikorsky 76's. Original model by Guenter Kraemer, repainted by Steve Szabo.
Posted Oct 8, 2010 23:27 by Steve Szabo
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IHS-Cebu based helicopter charter services. Philippines. One of its fleet: Eurocopter Gazelle 341AH The Gazelle 341 AH was the first helicopter to carry a fenestron or fantail, which gives considerable noise reduction. It features a fully enclosed fuselage structure and a rigid modified Bolkow type main rotor. For flying controls, it consists of a cyclic stick, a collective lever and a pair of yaw pedals to control tail rotor pitch.Duplicate controls can be fitted at the left seat. The controls operate hydraulic servo units through connecting rods and cables. If the hydraulic system fails, the servos lock and the aircraft ca be controlled manually. This helicopter has less noise and vibration. Maneuverability is its middle name, speed is its first name. This helicopter is deemed as the Ferrari of the sky because of its speed and maneuverability. This is essential for tours. It has a capacity of five (5) passengers including pilot. FS aircraft is very maneuverable and realistically simulated flight dynamics. Can hover and make a spot landing.w/ VC. Specification: Engine: 1 x Turbomeca Astazon IIIA (590 hp) Max Airspeed: 167.4 kts Range: 362 Nm Gross Weight: 3.970 lbs Rate of climb: 1770 ft/min Seating Capacity: 5 (4 pax + 1 pilot) GMAX Aircraft by: Cyril Pioffet Repainted by: Gerard G. 0lvis
Posted Aug 8, 2010 14:06 by Gerard G. Olvis