The airport is home to helicopter student pilots and the latest version just became more rotorhead-friendly.
The first payware helicopter for Microsoft Flight Simulator is out and you can buy it right away!
You read it right: a Bell 47 for Microsoft Flight Simulator! And we’re telling you (almost) everything you should know about it!
The developer, who has always focused on high quality fixed-wing aircraft, has been working on products for MSFS and it has now announced they have been experimenting with rotorcraft.
The first payware helicopter being released for Microsoft’s most recent iteration will come out on April 30th.
The classic helicopter is looking great, and it will even come with an HeliSimmer.com livery!
A month after trying the H135 for MSFS, I decided to pick it up and let you know, again, my thoughts on it.
Seems like the team that brought VR for the first time into X-Plane and FSX are up to breaking some more barriers as they bring a classic into the sim.
Media Hype Train has pushed the flight model limits of Microsoft’s latest sim, but they are not stopping right yet. Can it be called a helicopter, though?
As we wait for Microsoft Flight Simulator to bring us helicopters, some developers are already thinking ahead and getting their scenery packs ready for the rotor-wings to be supported by the sim.