FSX Eurocopter EC-135

PreviewEurocopter EC-135 helicopter package with two liveries (German Rescue, "Space Ship"). Original model by Heiko Richter. Textures by Samy Fay and Jason Sparkes. Updated for FSX by Danny Garnier.

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Complete with Base Model
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
File size
41.92 MB
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Scanned 14 days ago (clean)
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Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
5 star rating.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars by 1 PRO members.

Eurocopter EC-135 helicopter package with two liveries (German Rescue, "Space Ship"). Original model by Heiko Richter. Textures by Samy Fay and Jason Sparkes. Updated for FSX by Danny Garnier.

Eurocopter EC-135 in flight.

Eurocopter EC-135 in flight.

Model:Heiko Richter

German: Samy Fay
Scottish & Suffolk Police: Jason Sparkes
Space Ship: Sebastian Hecker

Danny Garnier, Bourbon-Lancy, France.

Good wishes to all Flight Simulator fan over the world!!

Eurocopter EC-135 in flight.

Eurocopter EC-135 in flight.

Images & Screenshots

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The archive ec135x-1.zip has 90 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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
EC135X.18.jpg05.11.0985.66 kB
EC135X.19.jpg05.11.09109.09 kB
EC135X.37.jpg05.11.0987.19 kB
EC135X.39.jpg05.11.0952.28 kB
EC135X.44.jpg05.11.09117.11 kB
EC135X.46.jpg05.11.09130.01 kB
Aircraft.cfg05.11.0912.25 kB
EC D-HDRB.air02.04.048.55 kB
EC D-HDRB.mdl02.03.041.12 MB
Model.cfg02.03.0428 B
Airbus_A321.cab05.11.072.72 MB
autopilot.bmp07.09.03453.57 kB
B737_800.cab05.11.072.01 MB
Bell_compass.BMP05.12.0696.42 kB
center.bmp07.24.031.92 MB
center1.bmp07.24.031.97 MB
center2.bmp07.24.032.71 MB
centerconsole.bmp06.23.03898.29 kB
collective_background.bmp05.12.0633.20 kB
collective_background_night.bmp05.12.0633.18 kB
ec135.bmp08.16.032.25 MB
ec135_2.bmp06.25.032.25 MB
ec135_3.bmp07.23.032.25 MB
HC412.CAB12.09.074.93 MB
intercom.bmp08.31.02188.05 kB
overhead.bmp01.14.041.10 MB
Panel.cfg05.11.094.75 kB
Panel_backup001.cfg05.11.095.51 kB
Panel_backup002.cfg05.11.094.75 kB
Panel_backup003.cfg05.11.094.75 kB
Panel_backup004.cfg05.11.094.75 kB
Panel_backup005.cfg05.11.094.75 kB
Pitch.bmp09.05.03437.94 kB
radio.bmp10.03.02219.05 kB
RADIO2.BMP10.10.02219.05 kB
starting.bmp07.08.0366.06 kB
stick.bmp09.12.03156.50 kB
CDS_Reset.wav09.09.0356.09 kB
ec135_door_close.wav04.09.0360.31 kB
ec135_door_open.wav04.09.0362.93 kB
ec135_rotor.wav09.12.034.60 MB
ec135_rotor2.wav09.06.03106.97 kB
flight_ec135_in.wav09.06.03258.79 kB
flight_ec135_out.wav09.28.03980.09 kB
idle_ec135_in.wav09.06.03292.88 kB
idle_ec135_out.wav09.28.03244.09 kB
lowRPM.wav09.06.0327.39 kB
shut_ec135_in.wav09.07.036.40 MB
shut_ec135_out.wav09.28.033.32 MB
Sound.cfg01.17.046.28 kB
strt_ec135_in.wav09.07.032.39 MB
strt_ec135_out.wav09.28.032.21 MB
Rotor1.bmp04.26.0685.43 kB
Tex1.bmp04.25.061.00 MB
Tex2.bmp03.13.061.00 MB
Tex3.bmp04.28.061.00 MB
Tex4.bmp02.04.061.00 MB
Tex5.bmp02.06.061.00 MB
thumbnail.jpg05.10.095.90 kB
Thumbs.db01.25.0552.00 kB
Rotor1.bmp09.11.04256.07 kB
Rotor2.bmp11.09.0385.43 kB
Tex1.bmp08.03.074.00 MB
Tex2.bmp07.12.074.00 MB
Tex3.bmp08.03.074.00 MB
Tex4.bmp01.02.041.33 MB
Tex5.bmp01.06.051.33 MB
thumbnail.jpg05.11.094.89 kB
Thumbs.db08.03.0725.00 kB
Rotor1.bmp09.11.04256.07 kB
Rotor2.bmp11.09.0385.43 kB
Tex1.bmp07.12.074.00 MB
Tex2.bmp07.12.074.00 MB
Tex3.bmp07.12.074.00 MB
Tex4.bmp01.02.041.33 MB
Tex5.bmp01.06.051.33 MB
thumbnail.jpg05.11.094.32 kB
Thumbs.db07.12.0719.00 kB
Rotor1.bmp11.09.0385.43 kB
Rotor2.bmp11.09.0385.43 kB
Tex1.bmp12.25.045.33 MB
Tex2.bmp02.29.041.33 MB
Tex3.bmp12.25.045.33 MB
Tex4.bmp01.31.041.33 MB
Tex5.bmp03.05.041.33 MB
thumbnail.jpg05.11.095.06 kB
Thumbs.db12.25.0419.00 kB
README.txt05.11.09336 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B


Having been more or less immediately impressed by the images, I downloaded the Eurocopter in anticipation. Whilst not getting the chance to fly an aircraft like this too often, it seemed like one I could get the hang of quickly. The developers done a great job of making it look the part, so I just had to hope for the same quality in the air.

Preview screenshot

Design Quality

The developers have gone really far with getting this to look the part. Not only is the two provided liveries very impressive in how accurate they are, but the texture quality is outstanding. The developer of the original model, Heiko Richter, has done a fine job. This looks excellent in every contestable manner.

Having looked at some photos of the Eurocopter EC-135 myself afterward, I can confirm this is pretty accurate. It’s in scale, attention to detail has been paid, and it carries a rich and friendly color tone – overall, the design quality is excellent.

Flight Quality

Immediately I found myself quite impressed by how the aircraft took off. The development of the dynamics must have taken a while because it was very easy to move around. Although not usually a big fan of aircraft that are so easy to chuck around, this felt pretty easy to get to grips with.

So, I started to engage in some more challenging flights with the aircraft. I’ve yet to have any serious problems with the model, in truth. It’s handled everything I’ve thrown at it so far as I was told to expect. In terms of flight realism then, I’d have to be pretty positive about how well this handles.

Overall, this is a very worthwhile pickup for anyone who enjoys trying out new models. It’s hardly unique in how it handles, but that’s no bad thing.

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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Ahmed AhzaamMon, 24 Mar 2014 14:48:23 GMT

How Does It Has Weapons For This?

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