Browsing: Sikorsky

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Hangar18 Simulations – S-97 Raider FSX P3D

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The S-97 Raider is a fast helicopter manufactured by Sikorsky that you can now fly in FSX or P3D. Hangar18 Simulations modelled the nice helicopter with numerous animations and working switches in the detailed virtual cockpit.

Add-on or Expansion Pack

CERA Blackhawk – out now

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CERA Simaircraft have been known until now for their recreations of Bell rotary winged aircraft but for their latest release, they have switched allegiance to the opposition – Sikorsky – and the familiar shape of the UH-60L Blackhawk utility helicopter. In an unusual move, the package requires the RealityXP GNS530…

Add-on or Expansion Pack

Sonic Solutions Skycrane Soundpack – v2

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVrVYKKtmbE If you’re a user of the FSX  Nemeth CH-54A/S-64E Skycrane pack and feel that the sounds need a little boost, then here’s a product that should fill the gap. Sonic Solutions produced an original sound pack for possibly the most aptly named helicopter in aviation history a while ago,…

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Dirk Stuck Design – Sikorsky Seahorse

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The Sikorsky Seahorse package developed by Dirk Stuck Design for FSX include different versions and models of the military helicopter. It should get you busy for the next days, and even more when they release the missions they want to prepare for it (to be sold separately).

FS2004

Nemeth Designs news

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Update your Nemeth Designs Bell UH-1 Huey helicopter to version 1.02. Made for both models H and C, you’ll get minor fixes and more features, all listed here beside the download link. Note also their Sikorsky S-76 (FS9) has gone freeware.

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Nemeth Designs – Sikorsky CH-54A & Erickson S64E Skycrane

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We’ve recently presented the preview video and it’s now available for purchase. Nemeth Designs released their heavylift helicopter, modeled with fully clickable virtual cockpit, 3D gauges, and many animations. More details and screenshots at simMarket.com. We had presented a video of this product earlier: CLICK.