FlySimWare Ercoupe wings its way into the simulated skies

FlySimWare‘s collection of aviation classics now as a further addition – the Ercoupe 415C for FSX (SP1/SP2) or P3D.

This unique looking design was designed in the run-up to World War 2 and for its time has very futuristic design, which still appeals to many people today.

Coming in two models with six liveries all representing restored aircraft, the package has a large number of custom sounds, gauges and animations, as well as a sound module for environmental effects and is compatible with DX10 preview functionality. Find out more by clicking here.

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Ian P
Thursday, September 26, 2013 22:29

Unfortunately I’m having to be extremely careful with purchases at the moment and this one is a “would like”, rather an something that will be on the imminent purchase list for me.

Therefore, if anyone has tried it it, I’d love to know how the developers have handled the rudder system… Please post a comment here (or a review on the product page at sM) and let us know! 🙂

Friday, October 4, 2013 23:40
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You can read about the specifics here: http://flysimware.com/website/Ercoupe415C.html
No rudder pedals! Thanks for the posts everyone!

Colin Ware
Thursday, September 26, 2013 21:02

I saw one of these at the North Carolina Air Musuem – pretty little plane. Surprised someone hasn’t flamed them ernoneously for forgetting the rudder pedals 🙂

Thursday, September 26, 2013 18:23

The aircraft that tried to sell the airplane as just a flying car, even implemented auto-coordinated rudders to reduce the risk of pilot induced spins and make flying simpler. A lovely airplane…