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Eurocopter EC135

256 bytes added, 20:29, 27 October 2017
EC 135 P2: adding developement repo link
When the Eurocopter company was founded, the Bo 108 came with. Eurocopter decided that there was a marketplace for such a helicopter and the development went on. From the French partners it got the fenestron, from MBB the hingeless rotor. The fenestron makes it very hard for dangerous situations in the range of the tail rotor and reduces the noise level about 50% to other helicopters. That's why the EC 135 is a highly recommended helicopter for EMS and the police, especially in Europe but also in the USA, Japan and other states.
=EC135 P2 v1.0 (2014) in FGAddon=
This model for FlightGear simulates the EC135 P2, an older version which has been replaced later by the EC135 P2+. Since late autumn 2014 the current produced version of the EC135 by Airbus Helicopters is the much more powerful EC135 P3/T3
[[File:EC135 P2 Cockpit.jpg|thumb|270px|(02/27/2013) EC135 P2 photorealistic Cockpit with analog flight instruments.
Overhead panel and many other details done as well as some important center pedestal avionics. Unfortunately the GNS430 and GTX430 are not working yet. Now it needs to connect the switches to the electrical system. FDM is finally tuned to POH and matches climbrates AEO and OEI and airspeed in about 90% all of conditions. :-) ]]
 
==Developement repositories==
Developement takes place at [https://github.com/HHS81/ec135 Github]; when milestones or other important steps had been taken, [https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgaddon/HEAD/tree/trunk/Aircraft/ec135/ FGAddon] will frequently updated
==Development status/Features:==
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