Orbx released a pack specifically for bush flights around Papua New Guinea (PNG) and you know what that means: it’s helicopter time in PNG.
The heliport is only a couple of minutes away from Downtown Manhattan, serving as a very nice base of operations for those wanting to fly in the New York area.
If you’re into helicopters and you have looked into the marketplace, you probably already noticed a few models that you would love to have. And perhaps they are from MScenery. Should you get it?
The most recent scenery, covering the mythical mountain region is now available – with a discount for some rotorheads out there.
“No restrooms, no drinking water, no weather info, no lights, no fuel. Cell service limited. Most services available down the road at the old country store”. Sounds fun? Of course, it does!
The El Nido Tropical Island Project has a lot of great stuff for virtual helicopter pilots.
A lot of places around the Everest region are only accessible by helicopter, which is quite a challenge, but it also means that there are quite a few helipads scattered around.
The “master of waterfalls” released one of the most important scenic pieces of the puzzle that were painfully missing from the sim.
The scenery is the first one by the author to arrive at the Microsoft Flight Simulator marketplace, making it available for both PC and console.
The biggest heliport in São Paulo, Brazil, is now available for the MSFS users on both PC and Xbox.