FS2004 Gmax Agusta A109 Package
Engine systems and gauge programming by Steve Hanley 180 degree views by Tonni Jorgensen AutoPilot by Annti Pankonnen and Dirk Fassenbender This Aircraft is not intended for use in FS2002, it is flyable but not all features will work! Model Features 10 model variations, including A109A, A109A MKI...
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The archive Gmax_Agusta_A109A.zip has 7 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|109 new installer.exe||01.25.04||38.13 MB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
I’ve always enjoyed getting into the cockpit of a chopper and just taking off, seeing what the world around me has to offer. This package in particular, though, makes a big difference to anyone who wants to see how things are going to change and progress moving forward. It makes life a lot more fun than it might appear to be with some of the vanilla choppers, for a start, as this package is really quite conscious about things like realism and authenticity.
It manages to capture all of the stats and figures that you might expect to see, with things like the engine systems and the programming for the gauges being designed from scratch to make sure they work at the very highest level of realism and efficiency possible.
This aircraft is intended for use with FS2004, although it does mostly work with FS2002 as well; just be aware that some of the features won’t be working. Whatever you decide to do, though, you will find that the Gmax Augusta A109 package is one of the most effective ways to manage and prepare yourself for flying with helicopters.
Even if you are using it in the more limited FS2002 style, it will still be a huge amount of entertainment and enjoyment for anyone who puts in the time and the effort to learn the package and what it’s all about. If this sounds like the kind of thing you might wish to do, then I can only recommend that you get this package downloaded as soon as you can.
It comes with many different variants of this famous aircraft type, making it nice and easy for even the most basic of pilots to get to grips with how it works. The 10 different model variations alone make it very easy for you to find something that looks and feels just as you intended. More importantly, though, it gives you something that really is simple to use from a rather realistic perspective; the true to life sounds and the actual flight dynamics in each model are spot on, too.
It allows you to get the realism spot on so that you don’t need to be wasting your time with something that isn’t a genuine representative of the real thing. For more help in getting used to the aircraft you’re flying, though, you’ll have all the most realistic textures, a truly reflective cockpit that carries all the features of the real thing, and seriously balanced flight dynamics to ensure that you are flying something that has all the same speed etc. as the real thing.
For help in getting used to this kind of solution, you merely need to look at how you will balance the flight out and how you will make it all come together for you. I found that each model took a bit of getting used to, for sure, but once you get over that it becomes a whole lot easier to control and actually manage the aircraft.
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