FSX Space 1999 Eagle
From the 70's TV Series Space 1999. Finally FS allows space flight and it won't cost you 2 million to get there. - Absolute ceiling 550,000ft / 104 miles!! ran out of atmosphere. - service ceiling 400,000ft / 75.75 miles - V max 2168KIAS @ Sea Level.
- Complete with Base Model
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
- File size
- 3.61 MB
- Virus Scan
- Scanned 3 days ago (clean)
- Access to file
- Free (Freeware)
- Content Rating
The archive FSX_Eagle.zip has 41 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Eagle 1.jpg||10.19.06||65.41 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
When I first laid eye on this aircraft, I found myself rather confused. However, a brief jogging of the memory brought me back to the hit TV series that the aircraft is based on, Space.
The aircraft that you get here is designed on the original from the series itself, and for fans of the series – or those who like fictional aircraft – this can be immense fun to fly around in.
This aircraft is an absolute monster and is worth check in out for those who want to push the boundaries of performance whilst getting to fly something majorly different.
With a service ceiling of 400,000ft and 75.75 miles and a V max of 2167KIAS @ sea level, you have an aircraft that is major fun to fly.
The first thing that really got to me was how easy it was to fly, given what it’s based on and how it engages itself. The main thing I did enjoy about the design of the aircraft, though, comes from the fact that it was incredible user friendly despite its quirks.
It’s not your average aircraft yet the team behind it have gone a real distance to make sure that it flies just like anything else – though not in a bad way.
It feels totally different to what you might be used to, sure, but it feels magnificent at the same time. One thing that always impresses me about flying fictional models like this is the fact that they tend to carry so much control over their real-life counterparts, making it easy to get to grips with and to master. This is no different.
The detail in the model is spot on, too. It looks just as it should and uses the full power of FSX to ensure it flies with accuracy and detail. The whole system is there to give you an incredible level of performance and make sure that the entire program can feel authentic – well, as authentic as it can given what it’s based on!
I would happily recommend it to any Space fans and beyond.
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Oh my god! I LOVE Space 1999! I've always thought that everybody ignored the show! This shows otherwise! Thank you!