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{{infobox Aircraft
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|image = ercoupe.jpg
 
|name =Ercoupe 415-C
 
|name =Ercoupe 415-C
|type =1 engine piston light
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|type = Single piston engine light airplane
|fdm =
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|fdm = [[JSBSim]]
 
|status =Alpha
 
|status =Alpha
|authors = Development Team
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|authors = Ron Jensen (3D/[[FDM]]), pab (3D)
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|fgname =<tt> ercoupe </tt>
 
|download =http://www.flightgear.org/Downloads/aircraft/#Ercoupe
 
|download =http://www.flightgear.org/Downloads/aircraft/#Ercoupe
 
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The ERCO Ercoupe is a low wing monoplane first manufactured by the Engineering and Research Corporation (or ERCO) shortly before World War II. It was designed to be the safest fixed-wing aircraft that aerospace engineering could provide at the time, and the type still enjoys a very faithful following today.
  
 
Ercoupe Model 415-C is a single piston engine plane that entered production in 1940, known for its anti-spin technology. An alpha version debuted with [[FlightGear 1.9.0]].
 
Ercoupe Model 415-C is a single piston engine plane that entered production in 1940, known for its anti-spin technology. An alpha version debuted with [[FlightGear 1.9.0]].
  
 
http://cvs.flightgear.org/viewvc/data/Aircraft/ercoupe/
 
http://cvs.flightgear.org/viewvc/data/Aircraft/ercoupe/
 
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==Aircraft Help==
A surviving Ercoupe is on display at [[EAA AirVenture Museum]] in Oshkosh, USA.
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{| class="prettytable"
 
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!Key
==Credits==
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!Function
*Rod Jensen
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|-
 
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|Ctrl-B
 
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|Open/Close Canopy (which also acts like airbrakes)
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|}
 
==Related==
 
==Related==
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A surviving Ercoupe is on display at [[EAA AirVenture Museum]] in Oshkosh, USA
 
*[[Table of models]]
 
*[[Table of models]]
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*http://www.airventuremuseum.org/collection/aircraft/Ercoupe%20415-C.asp
 
*http://www.airventuremuseum.org/collection/aircraft/Ercoupe%20415-C.asp
 
[[Category:Aircraft]]
 
[[Category:Aircraft]]

Revision as of 19:54, 13 April 2009

Ercoupe 415-C
Ercoupe.jpg
Type Single piston engine light airplane
Author(s)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
  • /Ron Jensen (3D/FDM), pab (3D)
FDM /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim
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Status Alpha
Download Download the Ercoupe 415-C aircraft package for the current stable release (2018.3).

The ERCO Ercoupe is a low wing monoplane first manufactured by the Engineering and Research Corporation (or ERCO) shortly before World War II. It was designed to be the safest fixed-wing aircraft that aerospace engineering could provide at the time, and the type still enjoys a very faithful following today.

Ercoupe Model 415-C is a single piston engine plane that entered production in 1940, known for its anti-spin technology. An alpha version debuted with FlightGear 1.9.0.

http://cvs.flightgear.org/viewvc/data/Aircraft/ercoupe/

Aircraft Help

Key Function
Ctrl-B Open/Close Canopy (which also acts like airbrakes)

Related

A surviving Ercoupe is on display at EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh, USA

External links