23.51Mb (15138 downloads)
AgustaWestland Lynx FSX Modified Package. Took the mods done by Danny Garnier and decided to FSX about with it a bit more. Main changes are: Modified texture files to add transparency and fix solid windows in the back and external views. Added/revised cockpit, vc panel and external views. Converted ref and chk files to html, and added door instructions and quickstart instructions. Added weapons loads to payload section so you can simulate weapon weights. Some other minor changes, full mod list in folder. Full aircraft, no other files required. Credit for original model files remains with ALPHASim.
Posted Aug 30, 2010 08:42 by Craig B.
0.97Mb (4011 downloads)
This are Textures only, for Heiko Richters EC135. Tested FSX SP1+SP2, not FS2004 but should work. Repaint by Sandro Kumric (RaceOfficer)
Posted Aug 20, 2010 07:51 by Sandro Kumric (RaceOfficer)
24.49Mb (9954 downloads)
First of all, the flight model of this add-on isn't exactly like the real thing; it's better :-) To date, the real Xenon gyro isn't able to do true VTOL, nor is it able to perform zero-airspeed hovering or jump-takeoffs. But this expected to change in the near future, like already seen in e.g. the Carter Gyro Demonstrator. This FSX add-on however, already anticipates on that :-)
Posted Jul 15, 2010 14:56 by Glenn Orlosky
3.09Mb (862 downloads)
Textures for default Bell 206 from FSX. It is a simple repaint from Polish Aerobatic Team WATAHA. We are the first Polish Aerobatic Team flying on FSX. Hope You enjoy it. The rest of our repaints will come soon. fsxwataha.com
Posted Jun 16, 2010 19:38 by ROAN
20.68Mb (27187 downloads)
Alphasim Westland Lynx Modified for FSX. This is the recently released Lynx from Alphasim with some minor modifications to the 2d panel and VC files so it is more compatible with FSX. The Westland Lynx is a British multi-purpose military helicopter designed and built by Westland Helicopters at its factory in Yeovil. Originally intended as a utility craft for both civil and naval usage, military interest led to the development of both battlefield and naval variants, which went into operational usage in 1977 and were later adopted by the armed forces of over a dozen nations, where it primarily serves in the battlefield utility, anti-armour, search and rescue and anti-submarine warfare roles. In 1986 a modified Lynx broke the airspeed record for helicopters, which still stands today. The helicopter is now produced and marketed by AgustaWestland. FS2004 Model by Alphasim. Updates by Danny Garnier.
Posted May 19, 2010 06:52 by GARNIER D