MH-60M Blackhawk

  • Hello Dear flying friends, I wanted to ask if someone can tell me if there is already a file for AeroflyFS2 where someone has programmed a Blackhawk. I am a big fan of this machine and it is also my favourite helicopter, next to the EC-135, so I would like to be able to fly it. But with all the controls, like in the real helicopter. As an example, I would have taken the EC-135, which is already fully functional and you can operate every single lever and button, as well as all the navigation elements. I wanted to ask if anyone had the time and the inclination to programme and send something like that. It would make me very happy if someone had a clue and would make the effort and work. The graphics should also be nice, but it's not the most important thing, but the whole operation :)

    I would be happy about a feedback

  • To my knowledge this is no Blackhawk. There is a Lynx MK7 and a AH64A.


    To model and programme a helicopter from scratch takes about 6 months of one's time. I don't see any way of converting an existing helicopter either, to many systems, control locations etc that need re-modelling. Plus you will need access to the helicopter specific code from IPACS which is not very easy to obtain.


    Sorry to bring all the bad news but that's the truth of the situation


    Steve

  • Not at the moment. Had 4 months of skin cancer treatment which made me feel very tired most of the time. This did however give me time to solve the Curse of Oak Island and locate the treasure =O


    CH53E has been abandoned for the moment as it still refuses to play nice in the sim. Mulling over new projects so will get back in the saddle soon.

  • Hello,

    Steve ... when health is no longer there, everything becomes relative ...

    I hope you’re fine soon


    regards, Jens

  • Hi All


    Many thanks for the best wishes, that's what happens when your part of a great community :thumbup: Sunburn may be great now and again but it drains you when you have it 3 times a week for 4 months 8)


    Hi Paul, more than happy to post the theory my brother and I have been working on for 12 months or so, still working on Part 2. It's a mere 20 MB and a 20 mins read, Ok, that's a lie, it's more than 20 mins but lots of pictures ;) Drop me a mail with your email and I'll send it to you. More people that read it the better, if you think it's rubbish then feel free to say so, can't be any worse than the gang are doing at present. Part 2 is proving our locations which I am working on, managed to find 20 plus thanks to Jerrs Ariel Photography, well worth a watch.


    Steve

  • Hi Paul, more than happy to post the theory my brother and I have been working on for 12 months or so, still working on Part 2. It's a mere 20 MB and a 20 mins read, Ok, that's a lie, it's more than 20 mins but lots of pictures ;) Drop me a mail with your email and I'll send it to you. More people that read it the better, if you think it's rubbish then feel free to say so, can't be any worse than the gang are doing at present. Part 2 is proving our locations which I am working on, managed to find 20 plus thanks to Jerrs Ariel Photography, well worth a watch.


    Steve

    Thanks Steve. I have sent a mail and I am even more intrigued!

  • I thought so...Here's hoping that it's 'easier' then a seven bladed rotor. But it's still an unconventional setup with two rotors.....
    Good to see you are 'back in the saddle', we do like a Christmas present. ;)

    Regards,

    Peter Splinter


    i5-7400@3,4 GHz, 16GB RAM, GTX 1660 Super, Quest 2 with Pro Headmount, 'Vintage' Pro Flight Trainer, X52 Pro, VKB pedals

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  • Figures.

    Devons rig

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