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Ercoupe 415-C

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Ercoupe 415-C
FGAddon
Ercoupe.jpg
The 3D cockpit of the Ercoupe
The 3D cockpit of the Ercoupe
Type Civil utility aircraft, Light-sport aircraft, Military utility aircraft
Configuration Low wing aircraft, Tricycle landing gear aircraft, Fixed gear aircraft
Propulsion Propeller aircraft, Single-engine aircraft
Manufacturer ERCO
Author(s)
  • Erik Hofman
  • Ron Jensen (FDM and 3d Model)
  • pab (3d Model)
  • Harald Johnsen (Cockpit)
FDM JSBSim
--aircraft= ercoupe
Status Advanced production
 FDM Stars-5.png
 Systems Stars-4.png
 Cockpit Stars-5.png
 Model Stars-5.png
Development
 Website The website for the Ercoupe 415-C developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Ercoupe 415-C.
Download Download the Ercoupe 415-C aircraft package for the current stable release (2019.1).
Forum 'Ercoupe 415-C' topic on the FlightGear forum.
License GPLv2+

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.

flightgear/fgaddon/trunk/Aircraft/ercoupe

Aircraft Help

Key Function
Ctrl+B Open/close canopy (which also acts like airbrakes)

External link