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FSX New Zealand Air Tours Bell 47G

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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Textures for the Jean-Marie Mermaz Bell 47 in fictional New Zealand Air Tours colors, themed for Orbx scenery of the two islands. Requires BELL47GMAXSKIDX.ZIP. By David Robles.

Screenshot of New Zealand Air Tours Bell 47G in flight.

Screenshot of New Zealand Air Tours Bell 47G in flight.

Thanks to M. Jean-Marie Mermaz for building this excellent model, and to Danny Garnier for updating it to work with FSX.


  1. Extract the ZIP file.
  2. Copy the "bell47gmaxskid" folder to "FSx\Rotorcraft" directory.
  3. Add the fltsim line to the aircraft cfg. and ajust the XX to the next number.
  4. Enjoy.

title=Bell47 New Zealand
ui_type=47 G2 skids

Model: by Jean-Marie Mermaz.

FSX Update: by Danny Garnier.

Repaint: by David Robles

Images & Screenshots

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The archive has 26 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
fsx 2012-08-26 15-31-35-01.jpg08.26.12127.53 kB
fsx 2012-08-26 15-32-55-01.jpg08.26.12100.90 kB
fsx 2012-08-26 15-33-35-00.jpg08.26.1262.87 kB
fsx 2012-08-26 15-33-47-00.jpg08.26.12193.48 kB
fsx 2012-08-26 15-37-23-00.jpg08.26.12146.16 kB
fsx 2012-08-26 15-46-47-00.jpg08.26.12139.52 kB
ReadMe_INSTRUCTIONS.txt08.27.121.95 kB
texture.NZAT08.27.120 B
bell47anticouple.dds08.25.12256.12 kB
bell47disquerotor.dds09.04.061.33 MB
bulle_T.bmp11.01.1185.43 kB
cabine.bmp08.25.12256.07 kB
carte.bmp08.23.12257.05 kB
cyclique.bmp08.23.1217.05 kB
habillement.bmp08.26.1232.07 kB
palesblurred.bmp08.23.121.46 kB
pilote.bmp08.23.1265.05 kB
texture1.bmp08.25.121.00 MB
texture2_t.bmp08.25.121.00 MB
texture3.bmp08.26.12256.07 kB
thermo.bmp08.23.125.05 kB
thumbnail.jpg08.23.124.78 kB
Thumbs.db08.27.1251.00 kB
Thumbs.db08.27.1232.00 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Hans-Juergen KasperTue, 27 Nov 2012 21:04:27 GMT

Hallo David Robles and Danny Garnier. My name: Hans-Juergen Kasper from Darmstadt/Germany. I would like you to contact for some questions ,as well as follows:

1.) I've downloaded your wonderful Bell 47 of the original editor Jean Marie Mermaz for use in FS X. It's running perfectly, but only when I'm switching with the haed switch in the next few, the helicopter crashes into the ground. I use a additional scenery of VFR Germany. Maybe there is a other hight level as in the original FS X terrain. Can you write my why the helicoter crashes ?

2.) I like to become a permission to make some repaints of the Bell 47 for German Air Force an -Army for only uncommercial publishing in forums means as example "avsim" or "simviation" or as member in the forum: Please give me your answer. To make "Repaints" is my Hobby, not my commercial job. Looking forward to your answer: Best regards from Hans-Juergen Kasper

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