Joined: Wed Feb 11, 2004 12:55 pm Posts: 9978 Location: USA
We’re pleased to announce the next Aircraft Factory product, the Heinkel He219 “Uhu.” In the spirit of the secrecy that shrouded this aircraft, we kept this project under wraps in an underground facility here at A2A. Rumor has it, late last night it was moved to Hangar A, as it is being prepped to be unveiled to the public.
The Heinkel 219 is likely the most advanced piston powered aircraft created during World War II. Yet even fifty-five years after it was built, its pressurized cockpit with modern combat jet-like visibility, ejection seats, and powerful twin engines means it still holds its head high above the pack. It’s intelligent, elegant, and magnificently deadly. This project is a personal tribute to the finest in aviation design.
We would also like to make mention to one of our recent new members, Marcelo Da Silva. Some may know Marcelo for his outstanding painting over the years with Marcfighters. Marcelo has been full time with us for over a year, and has recently given this plane a complete overhaul with the assistance of A2A’s lead artist, Robert Rogalski. Also, our hat is off to Cody Bergland of Jaggyroad Films for making this moving film of our new baby.
Aircraft Factory, a division of A2A Simulations Inc., is proud to present the Heinkel He-219 “Uhu” for Microsoft Flight Simulator X. It is scheduled for release next week.
Aircraft factory. I don't think enough documents exist to do it in Accu-sim. Nor do I think there are any flying ones left anywhere in the world to document from. Been waiting on this one for awhile. Looks great!
_________________ S Jordan Milviz Staff Member AM; United States Navy FSX Hours: 2000 and counting
Wow looking good.Although it's not accusim definitely it's worthwhile for FSX.
_________________ Son of a U.S.A.A.F. 15th Air Force 463rd bomb group 772nd squadron B17 pilot. Video of my dad on a B-17(So you can kind of meet him-he passed away in 2004) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGOP53TkGtA
Gentlemen, Lovely video... I must say I really enjoyed the classical piece (music) as well; 1. what is it called?
Also, if its not too much to ask... 2. How are Aircraft Factory and A2A connected (business-wise)? Did A2A accuire AF or are you'll partners, etc.? 3. I would like to understand the scope of your technology integration with eachothers products; will Accu-sim be part of AF's releases, etc.?
Just seeking knowledge & understanding and perhaps a little wisdom with inquires.
Joined: Sun Nov 25, 2007 5:37 pm Posts: 216 Location: Bloomington, IN
Awww..... you guys shouldn't have.
It's my birthday on the 29th. And I LOVED the Uhu in FS9 and somehow the port just doesn't seem the same. Cheeky rolling it out under wraps... I love it! Nice touch. It's like you guys all got me a birthday present!
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