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Update Review : Sikorski UH-60 Blackhawk v2.0 by BFDG (Brazilian Flightsim Development Group) In July 2014 I reviewed the Sikorski UH-60 Blackhawk by Brazilian Flightsim Development Group and the final verdict was not good, in fact it was not great at all. It felt under developed and the flight model was very poor, if unflyable. To many users it was a Blackhawk to fly in X-Plane, but as a serious helio it was not and the Blackhawk and X-Plane deserved better. It did have a few updates but nothing than a complete rework of the performance was going to fix the embedded issues, and so
Aircraft Review : Embraer AT-27 Tucano by Brazilian FlightSim Development Group Fast turbo-prop twin-seaters are one of the most valuable, versatile and efficient aircraft you can have on your flightline. Their main role is as a trainer between standard trainers and fast jet aircraft. But their multi-role capability does not end there as light attack, counter insurgency (COIN), close air support and aerial reconnaissance missions are also their forte, that their unit price is under US$10 million is mighty good on the balance sheet as well. If you are a strategic state t
News! - Aircraft Release! - Embraer 312 AT-27 Tucano by Brazilian Flightsim Development Group (BFDG) The tandem-seat single-turboprop basic Brazilian trainer, the Embraer 312 AT-27 Tucano has been released by Brazilian Flightsim Development Group (BFDG). This high speed trainer is the middle point aircraft from small single-engined trainers to transition up to the larger jet fighter aircraft. Powered by the immensely powerful Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 A-25C turboprop, 552 kW (750 hp), the aircraft was also built under license for the UK RAF to Sh