Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations is pleased to announce the release of the Bell 222A for Microsoft Flight Simulator X (use in Lockheed Martin Prepar3D is allowed).
Started by Alan Devins in 2006 as a follow up project to his original FS2002/FS2004 Bell 222, this model was acquired by Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations in July of 2010. We have spent nearly three years working on and off on this project. This initial release features a single, standard 222A model variant with four (4) liveries. As time allows, this project will be expanded on, bringing new features, including model variants, new liveries, and improved virtual cockpit (VC) visuals.
FSX Bell 222A Download Page
We hope you enjoy this addition to your virtual helicopter fleet!
Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations is pleased to announce the release of its second co-op project, the Grumman E1B Tracer. The E1B was a community project we helped to complete. We upgraded the model, which was originally for FS2004, to a complete FSX native model.
Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations is pleased to announce the release of its first co-op project, the Grumman S2F-3. The S2F-3 was a community project we helped to complete. We upgraded the model, which was originally for FS2004, to a complete FSX native model.
Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations now operates its own TeamSpeak server! Come talk with developers or other members of the community. Visit this forum post for more details and for the server address.
We are pleased to announce the release of our Enstrom 280FX for FS2004! This add-on will be available for download shortly.
For more information, click here.
ERS is pleased to announce the launch of a discussion subforum for Prepar3D. We realize that Prepar3D may be the future flight simulation platform that could potentially replace FSX. We want to give any helicopter enthusiasts who use Prepar3D a place to discuss it. Us opening this subforum should also be a hint of where we plan to expand our add-on development to in the future.
You will find the Prepar3D discussion subforum under the “Microsoft Flight Simulator” category which is now named “Flight Simulator Discussions.” You may also visit it via a direct link here.
Happy New Year! We look forward to sharing announcements about new projects coming in 2012. Stay tuned!
We hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and a very Happy New Year! Hover Safe!
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For those that want to create some liveries or add specular maps and alpha channels to older FS9 liveries, an official FSX specific paintkit is now available.