MD Helicopters MD 902 Explorer for FSX/P3D1 reviews
The MD 902 launched in 1989, as McDonnell Douglas Helicopters initialized development on the Explorer, which was then referred to as MDX. Explorer incorporated Boeing's, NOTAR® anti-torque technology system and Pratt & Whitney Canada's, PW207E series engines. In September, 1992, improvements to the Explorer increased range, endurance and enabled a higher maximum takeoff weight. With these enhancements, the Explorer unofficially became designated MD 902. As one of the most technically advanced helicopters, the MD 902 Explorer continues to make improvements including greater safety, lower noise levels, and enhanced performance and controllability. Also notable in the MD 902, is its ample usable interior space for occupants and storage. Read more...
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (all versions including Steam Edtion) and Prepar3D v4
- File size
- 275 MB
- Nemeth Designs
The MD 902, charter aircraft, is the largest in the light twin-engine class. Perfect for corporate jet charter. The twin-engine's greater fuel capacity gives the MD 902 its longer range of travel without the need to stop and refuel. However, jet charter is also ideal for short, scenic trips. Traveling at a cruise speed of 180 miles per hour and with a range of 485 nautical miles.
NemethDesigns MD 902 Explorer package contains four different variants:
- Standard passenger transport:
- Emergency medical service
- Law enforcement
- VIP passenger transport
- Custom exterior and interior animations
- Fully clickable dynamic virtual cockpit. Perfectly flyable from the VC.
- Realistic flight dynamics
- Uses the newest FSX graphic featuires
- All variants with different panel layouts and cabin configurations
- PDF manual
- Paint kit
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Rated 5.0/5.0 based on 1 customer reviews
Even though FSX didn't simulate tail rotor fail conditions from contact, this is an awesome helo to fly in VR. She's a little more nimble than the Bell Jetranger, but very responsive, especially when I klutzed her up as a helicopter noob...I could still get her level and with some altitude, and at least get her on the ground without tearing up the main rotor.
If I were fully trained and licensed I'd want one of these. More so because of medical experience, and the built-in medivac livery makes it an authentic design. The cockpit is very modern but not intimidating if you recognize the common features.
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