Posts by Wired

    An incredible undertaking. I imagine when released, there will be a lot of helicopter pilots flying around the island, because to fly any other aircraft one will miss a lot of the detail.

    Thanks in advance, for this masterful work.



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    Smoke and tire squeal on touch down would help with realism. I have produced numerous Aerofly FS 2 videos, as have others, that look realistic but lack the wheel smoke and sound when landing. There have been so many wonderful updates with this simulation, so maybe it will happen one day.

    I have noticed a bug when viewing a recorded segment of the R22. The main rotor on play back is turning in slow motion.

    Other than that I have not seen any problems. I just completed a flight from Trenton NJ to the FedEx terminal at Newark airport and it was a blast to fly the R22 and to land. Getting better at landing.

    Great work to the IPACS team.

    Looking forward to slow and go scenic adventures. And maybe do some window viewing in the highrises of New York and Chicago. And than again I might try a plateau landing in Utah. But before I take the R22 for a spin, I will need to brush up on flying a helicopter. Happy rotoring to all.

    Hi all,


    Thanks for highlighting my video, I am the producer. My graphic setting are all on high. I haven't tried other settings, except for trying the Vulkan renderer which lowered my fps quite a lot. I will have to try other settings.:)


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    Great news! Not hearing about any forthcoming updates to Aerofly FS2 in a while, suggested to me that we will be pleasantly surprised when the update arrives. And so, like many others have said, I too am looking forward to the latest IPACS team's efforts in make this simulation even more enjoyable. And I hope the update will entice many other flight sim fanciers to purchase Aerofly FS2.



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