FSX Honda HA-420 HondaJet
- Complete with Base Model
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
- File size
- 17.76 MB
- Virus Scan
- Scanned 26 days ago (clean)
- Access to file
- Free (Freeware)
- Content Rating
A reasonably featured Honda Jet add-on (officially known as Honda HA-420 HondaJet), registration N420HA for Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX). The Honda HA-420 is a six-seat, twin-engine light jet capable of 420 knots and an altitude of 41,000 feet.
The model features many animations and 3D VC (virtual cockpit) along with a cabin area with passengers.
The Honda jet folder after the decompression
Please move it to the \Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\AirplanesSimObjects\Airplanes folder.
[Shift+E] then 
Front Cargo Doo
[Shift+E] then 
Rear Cargo Doo
[Shift+E] then 
A shadow is indicated in the body. Remove a check.
Developer: Mitsuya Hamaguchi.
The archive hondafsx.zip has 51 files and directories contained within it.
This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.
|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
Everyone likes to fly a jet that takes away from the norm a little bit, right? After all, once you have flown one kind of each class of aircraft you’ve “technically” tried them all, yes?
Wrong! This aircraft manages to take the conventional wisdom that would usually accompany most FSX aircraft of this size and style, and throws it all in the bin.
This is an aircraft that takes a rebellious stance towards the norm, and ensures that anyone who tries this out can get something a little bit more unique than the usual business jets we’re all so used to!
However, the most important aspect of flying a Honda jet is the fact that it just feels so different in the cockpit. Whilst it still operates in much the same vein as any other aircraft, the layout and the overall style of the cockpit is a big difference compared to what most of us are used to.
An Advanced Freeware Jet
If you are looking for an aircraft that’s perhaps a bit more simplistic then this might not be for you, though. It does not really do a great job of following the conventional necessities of the typical simulator pilot, but all credit has to go to the developers of this mod for being able to get the right level of detail and accuracy on just about every aspect of the aircraft.
From the way it looks to the way it performs, this is about as close to the tribute act being better than the real thing as you are going to get with a free mod for FSX!
The attention to detail in every way is just so impressive; it’s really easy to see all of the little twists and turns that have been included along the way, giving you all the help that you need in just settling into things and getting used to the way that the aircraft flies.
Of course, the most important thing for most is just how responsive an aircraft is – are you going to feel as if you are flying something that was made by man? If that is your main concern, then you are in luck.
This is a truly epic representative of the aircraft in every single way, and this includes the level of realism that it provides you with. It makes life a whole lot easier this way, giving you total control over what you would be expecting to happen with the aircraft and what is actually happening!
Now, you can balance out the reaction that you expect to get from the aircraft more or less flawlessly. This will really help with the overall way that you fly the aircraft, as well as ensuring that you get used to its nature much quicker.
In general, the Honda jet is a very interesting project that whilst I certainly found it a little bit awkward at first; I was able to easily get to grips with and now use on a regular basis!
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