I often wonder how floatable helicopters land and do their thing as the floats are above the metal bars you land on..I guess it works..
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Hello CédriceI would like so much to see one day a releve to my "DodoSim 206"
I don't think, most of the time, that the floats are made for "normal" ops. They're more of an emergency device.I often wonder how floatable helicopters land and do their thing as the floats are above the metal bars you land on..I guess it works..
Glad I could give a little assistance. I just hope I'm never in the flip over/sink scenario for real. The training was scary enough to make me never want to fly in a helicopter. At least not in the sims. I sure enjoy them IN the sim, though. No sinkingHello Pat
Thanks for that brief insight (sad and troublesome indeed ); nevertheless, it helps me to appreciate the truth behind it. By the description you made, I fully believe in what you said. Let's hope that people who might be in such nasty situation always find a way to stay safe and sound.
Right away! However, would be nice to know the events where they areSend me a copy of the flyable B407 and I'll configure the horns. The Bell 206 (FS9/FSX) has them already