Fs2002 Aircraft Ampjet Amphibious Jet Beta By John Fay Beta Version Of A New dash Amphibious Jet. This free Is To profit User Feedback For Improvemants. search In Readme For liaison Info. Features let in A in full useable Dvc, All Moving Control Surfaces, Working inverse Thrusters, Visible heat energy Exhaust,working Gear Suspension, first step Passenger And Cargo Doors,rolling Wheels,stearable nozzle Wheel, Working urine Rudders, asset a lot More. by John Fay
This package contains 2 versions of the X151 with the interim XLR11 rocket engines and two versions with the millionhorsepower XLR99 rocket engine NEW VERSION 11 INCLUDES VIRTUAL COCKPITS. The North American X151 serial number AF566670 was the first of three experimental X15 aircraft built in the late 1950s to demonstrate the ability of pilots to fly rocketpowered airplanes out of the earths atmosphere and back to precision landing. The X15 was a singleplace research airplane designed to obtain data on flight at extremely high altitudes and speeds and on the effects of such flight conditions on the aircraft and on the pilot. The X151 was rolled out in October 1958 and successfully ...
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Fs2002 Aircraft Ampjet Amphibious Jet Beta By John Fay7.50 of 10 over a total of 4 reviews
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I would rate this aircraft a 10 but wont only for 2 small reasons: 1) The supplied panel is a bad one but any twin engine, jet fighter panel makes it look awesome. 2) The aircraft cant be beached from the water onto land. The aircraft bounches and crashes down into the ground and you crash. Otherwise a wonderfully fun aircraft to come out. If you have any amphibious aircraft like this, please send me an email email@example.com
I would like to rate this AmpJet with a 12 ! This is a master example of creative design. An airplane that makes aerodynamically and statically sense too! In other words, it could be a real plane. Highly forgiving flight dynamics. Well, I parked by amphibian Twin Otter, and it will be the AmpJet from now on. You did an amazing job!