Developer ATSimulations has released their newest aircraft, the MH-1521 Broussard. The Max Holste Broussard was first introduced in 1954 specifically designed for the French army. Powered by the Pratt & Whitney R-985 piston engine, the high-wing six-seater aircraft was used by multiple countries and users across the world due to the lightweight design. The aircraft was then retired 1983.
ATSimulations has developed the aircraft ensuring that it meets today’s standards. Accurate exterior and virtual cockpit, ultra-high resolution textures and smooth gauge movements. Furthermore, the team has included engine overheating and engine fire simulations.
The aircraft is now available for FSX and Prepar3D V3 and V4. It will cost $33 from their site.
Thanks to ZK for the tip-off.
– Flight Simulator X and Prepar3D platforms supported
– Accurate exterior and virtual cockpit
– Ultra-high resolution textures
– Ten liveries in the base pack
– Smooth gauges developed in 3d
– Cockpit sounds
– Loading and parking managers
– Engine overheating and engine fire simulated
– Layered paint kit
– FSX SP2 / Acceleration pack or FSX SE or P3D v3 (v4)
– Available hard drive space: 1.5 GB (for one platform)
– Video card: DirectX 10 compatible
– Internet connection