FSX RAF EH-101 Helicopter

PreviewFSX RAF EH-101 Helicopter, No.22 Squadron RAF Rescue. No. 22 Squadron of the Royal Air Force livery for Acceleration Agusta Westland EH-101. Paint by Kaveh Payandeh.

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FSX RAF EH-101 Helicopter, No.22 Squadron RAF Rescue. No. 22 Squadron of the Royal Air Force livery for Acceleration Agusta Westland EH-101. Paint by Kaveh Payandeh.

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The archive 22raf101.zip has 20 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Texture.RAF02.04.090 B
EH101_01_T.dds02.20.094.00 MB
EH101_01_T_spec.dds09.09.071.33 MB
EH101_02_T.dds02.20.094.00 MB
EH101_02_T_spec.dds09.09.071.33 MB
EH101_03_T.dds02.20.094.00 MB
EH101_03_T_spec.dds09.09.071.33 MB
EH101_pilot.dds02.20.091.00 MB
texture.cfg08.22.07137 B
thumbnail.jpg02.20.0918.91 kB
[fltsim.x].txt02.20.09672 B
thumbnail.gif02.20.0912.99 kB
FILE_ID.diz02.20.09190 B
RAF Rescue README.txt02.20.091.65 kB
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1.jpg02.20.09100.73 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B


I decided to take a trial of this helicopter as, on reflection, it appeared to be one of the helicopters that over the years I had never really used! I had no memory of extensively trying this out and thus I wanted to download this and see how I would feel hopping into the cockpit and seeing what it held for me.

Preview screenshot

One thing that immediately captured my attention was how different this feels in comparison to many helicopters out there, with the RAF EH-101 helicopter offering something a little bit different from the norm, so what did I think of that?

The Design

First off, the design is very impressive. Its bright yellow shape is certainly distinctive and means that you should have no problems in buying into the look and feel of the real thing and enjoying its usage. The model itself has been put together very well, with everything being well in scale and operating on the right levels – there’s nothing out of place or half-measured with this model design.

The work that has gone into the model is very impressive and paints a great picture of the real aircraft itself. The work by Kaveh Payandeh is very impressive, with the paint colour being spot on as well as the overall look and feel of the textures making the whole model come to life and look simply excellent.

The Performance

It also flies very impressively, too. The aircraft manages itself with relative ease but like any helicopter you have a multitude of options to pick from as you fly, further improving your overall range and control when you are moving around the skies. It really make the overall operation and management of the aircraft much easier to get your head around.

At first I did find it a little daunting but in relatively no time I got used to its quirks. The design is very impressive inside, making sure that you can increase performance by spotting all of the must-use features and techniques that this helicopter is capable of. The cockpit gives you total control over how easy your flight is going to be, ensuring that you can fly with precision and care moving forward.

I was really impressed with the overall demeanour and style of the package and would happily use it again – the work that has been carried out on the model is some of the most enjoyable that I have had the pleasure of using.

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe is a flight sim enthusiast who has been simming since the days of FS95. Adam writes all of the download section editorials after testing each of the files. Adam has extensive knowledge using various flight simulator packages and thoroughly tests the files before writing about them. Adam also like to fly real-world aircraft in his spare time and is training for his PPL.

Should you wish, you can contact Adam via email at adam@flyawaysimulation.com.

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ryanstineMon, 17 Jan 2011 19:37:40 GMT
Can you do some thing can you put an installor package i dont know if im doing something worg becaues i need one to install the aircraft.

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