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This is an update for FS9/FSX of the Alphasim Westland Future Lynx. I have updated the flight dynamics, added the fourth wheel, added a scrape point, and did my best to make it easier to fly without taking away the challenge of it being a helicopter. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Mar 3, 2011 10:47 by Bob Chicilo
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This is a repaint of the Chinook by Tom Woods and Mark Adam. The paint sceme is of a marine corp squadron HMH-466. This is my first repaint. Requires original model.
Posted Feb 28, 2011 15:21 by Robert Wahrenbrock
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Added views ( defined by camera definitions in the aircraft.cfg file ) for the beautiful Bell 222b by Alan Devins upgraded for FSX by Danny Garnier. 10 cameras pointing at the aircraft and 3 additional cameras inside. See Read me.txt file for very easy installation procedures. Also included is a text file that contains the new camera definitions. Enjoy !
Posted Jan 20, 2011 17:00 by Marc Renaud
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Alternative views ( defined by camera definitions in the aircraft.cfg file ) for the beautiful Bell AH-1W Super Cobra now freeware from ALPHASIM and posted by Soaring Falcon. 10 cameras pointing at the aircraft and a total of 3 views in VC mode. See Read me.txt file for very easy installation procedures. Also included is a text file that contains the new camera definitions. Enjoy !
Posted Jan 5, 2011 19:46 by Marc Renaud
16.07Mb (15585 downloads)
Hughes Helicopters MD 500 Hughes/MD 500 Prior to the OH-6's first flight, Hughes announced it was developing a civil version, to be marketed as the Hughes 500, available in basic five and seven seat configurations. A utility version with a more powerful engine was offered as the 500U (later called the 500C). The improved Hughes 500D became the primary model in 1976, with a more powerful engine, a T-tail, and new five-blade main rotor; a four-blade tail rotor was optional. The 500D was replaced by the 500E from 1982 with a pointed nose and various interior improvements such as greater head and leg room. The 530F was a more powerful version of the 500E optimized for hot and high work. McDonnell Douglas acquired Hughes Helicopters in January 1984, and from August 1985 the 500E and 530F were built as the MD 500E and MD 530F Lifter. Following the 1997 Boeing/McDonnell Douglas merger, Boeing sold the former MD civil helicopter lines to MD Helicopters in early 1999. Original fs2004 model by Alphasim. Several liveries. Adapted for FSX by Danny Garnier using real life panel images for reference and FSX compatible XML gauges.
Posted Jan 3, 2011 16:52 by GARNIER D