FS2002/FS2004 RCMP Pilatus PC-12, University of Utah, Air Med
AirMed was established in the early 1970's as the 8th air medical transport program in the nation. AirMed's main base is The University of Utah Hospital, an academic medical center, a Level I Trauma Center, a Regional Burn Center and a major tertiary referral site. This REPAINT is of Brian Gladde...
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This mod was one that was recommended to me by a colleague, having flown it themselves on FS2004. I had been looking for an air med aircraft for a certain scenario a friend and I were trying out, so it felt like fate. So, I grabbed this take on the RCMP Pilatus PC-12. What did we make of it? How did it come across when being used?
I was really impressed, to be honest. I took a lot of time to get used to the cockpit, which did feel a little more cramped than I expected. Within no time, though, I was more or less attuned to every little switch, button and knob that had to be used to handle the aircraft.
Outside of that, I was really impressed with how fast and nimble it was; I expected some kind of trundler, lacking any kind of pace or agility. This is nothing of the sort, though – it was a very impressive aircraft!
The design that it uses comes from the University of Utah Hospital, so it carries a nice big UoU design on it. While I’ve never been to the uni, a check at the real-life version of this aircraft told me all that I needed to know. This is an accurate and honest rendition of the real thing.
Great Graphical Work
However, this is a re-paint only of the brilliant Combi PC-12 made by Brian Gladden. It’s based on the N399AM, too, which was a University-owned version of the PC-12 itself. To use this, though, you do only need this. I found it easy to install and quick to get used to.
The fact it has totally customized panels, a fresh range of features for Virtual Cockpit usage, and also great attention to detail in terms of the graphics, makes this a very enjoyable and engaging aviation experience.
While I can’t say it flies like the real thing, having never been in one, it does feel like a genuine aircraft. The dynamics appear to be up with the real-life profile of the aircraft, too, so I can say with pretty high confidence that this brings the right kind of qualities to the table.
At the very least, I would happily recommend that you check this out for using even just for the added detail and to have another new aircraft to use. I’m very impressed with it, and I think that you will be, too, if you give it a chance!
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