The DHC-6 Twin Otter is the ultimate go-anywhere aircraft. It was built to reliably and safely go where other aircraft don't stand a chance.

It can land on tarmac runways, mudflats, water, sand, snow, ice and does regular scheduled flights in both of the Polar Regions and to airports at extreme altitude as well as on tropical islands.

Optionally equipped with skies, tundra tires and floats there will be no place where the trusty Twin Otter will not be able to take you. With versions for cargo and passengers, 100 and 300 models and different engines we cover the whole range of this amazing aircraft.

One of the main reasons the Twin Otter still performing well after years is its rugged design. A fixed landing gear that is strong, light and cannot fail. A tall wing that keeps the engines clear of debris and is designed for STOL operation.

Installation runs via Aerosoft One, this requires an internet connection and an Aerosoft user account!

Features:

  • Full new development using all options of the platform
    • Highly optimized modelling, prepared for use on PC and Xbox
    • Wwise sound set with close to 300 spatially placed sounds
    • Full use of decals to save on texture memory, very light on system resources
  • Complex icing modelled on almost all surfaces and functional de-icing systems including electrical de-icing for probes and de-icing boots for leading edge
  • Fully featured fuel systems (updated when MSFS adds more features)
  • High-definition flight models for each model
  • No additional navigation database needed
  • MSFS checklists implemented
  • Complete avionics stack (default gauges all compatible with available tweaks):
    • Garmin 530 all-in-one GPS/Nav/Comm solution
    • Garmin 430 all-in-one GPS/Nav/Comm solution
    • Bendix/King KR-87 ADF Receiver
    • Bendix/King KT-76C Transponder
    • Bendix/King KAP140 Autopilot
    • Intercontinental Altitude Alerter
    • Collins 913K Autopilot Controller (used as repeater for the KAP140)
    • Bendix/King KMA Audio Selector
    • Collins FD-112V Flight Director
  • Thirteen models:
    • DHC6-100 Floats Passenger (Westcoast Air C-FGQH)
    • DHC6-100 Wheels Cargo (Norway Airforce MXJ_67-062)
    • DHC6-100_Wheels Passenger (Fuerza Aerea de chile 940)
    • DHC6-300 Amphibian Passenger (Viking Air N153QS)
    • DHC6-300 Floats Passenger (Trans Maldivian 8Q-TJM)
    • DHC6-300 Floats Passenger Short Nose (Trans Maldivian 8Q-MAV)
    • DHC6-300 Ski Cargo (British Antarctica Survey VP-FBB)
    • DHC6-300 Tundra Wheels Cargo (Air Inuit C-GKCJ)
    • DHC6-300 Tundra Wheels Passenger (Norlandair TF-NLC)
    • DHC6-300 Wheels Cargo 3 Blade Prop (Aklak Air C-CDHC)
    • DHC6-300 Wheels Cargo 4 Blade Prop (Aklak Air C-CDHC)
    • DHC6-300 Wheels Skydiver (Perris Valley Skydiving N-708PV)
    • DHC6-300 Wheels Passenger (Solomons Airline H4-FNT)
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william
*Utilisateur produit vérifié*
04/29/2022
It soon became clear why Aerosoft took the extra time to release the Twin Otter.
Removing all the features the previous version had was no doubt an extensive task.
What is left is this bland shell of its former self
Jonas
*Utilisateur produit vérifié*
02/10/2022
I love it, especially after the 1.0.3 update. I never understood why people complained so much about the sound. Did you every try flying on a Twin Otter? I have and the sound when taking off is horrendous until you can level off and decrease RPM and Torque.

I can agree that the transition between sounds could be improved and this is getting rerecorded now and implemented soon.

Other complaints people have made is that the HSI needle is not autoslewing. This is as it should be!

The flight model is not perfect but since MSFS now has better SDK options in the next simupdate, Aerosoft has said they are excited since they can then improve it a lot. I am looking forward to the updates coming over the next month or so.

In the mean time I continue flying my new favorite plane all over the globe. I could not be happier. :-)
Andrew
*Utilisateur produit vérifié*
01/28/2022
Although the sounds are very bad, and I had issues with simply updating the plane, Aerosoft customer support was relatively quick and polite in remedying my issue. The plane itself is pretty fun to fly around and the range of variants they've included means you can run through a wide array of scenarios in the sim. Their system, or systems really, they use to distribute and update their products is tedious, over complicated, clunky and overall a pain to use. The plane itself is good enough despite it's numerous issues on release, mainly sounds that are just horrible. Aerosoft customer support seems pretty solid too. I cautiously recommend this plane now, but don't expect anything earth shatteringly good.
Colby
01/21/2022
I've flown countless hours in the Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended all over the world in P3D, and I was very happy to purchase it today for MSFS. My very first flights were from Princess Juliana to Saint Bart, then from Saint Bart to Saba. One thing I noticed is that the autopilot altitude hold doesn't operate quite the same. In the Twin Otter Extended, you press/activate the ALT ALERT button which will automatically turn on the ALT HOLD when you reach your programmed altitude. In this version, you cannot press/activate the ALT ALERT. Instead, this one acts as if the ALT ALERT is always activated. My only complaint is that there seems to be a shortage of liveries. However, not in the description of the product. It would have been nice to have the Winair, Skybus, Tara Air, Nepal Airlines, or even a blank livery included like most developers did in the old days. Maybe those airline liveries were left out for copywrite reasons or with the expectation the community would just create them later. Overall this is a great aircraft to fly and enjoy. I highly recommend you give it a try. It's a great addition to your hangar. Also, with a 161 page manual, it will be sure to keep you busy for many hours! Speaking of that, don't forget to read the manual, especially the section that talks about setting up your controls for the reverse thrust.
FICHIER
62MB (Aerosoft One)
NECESSITE

Microsoft Flight Simulator (Version 2020)
OS: Windows 10 version 18362.0 or higher
Processor: Intel i5-8400 | AMD Ryzen 5 1500X
Video Memory: 4 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 | AMD Radeon RX 590
Free hard disk space: 5 GB

Installation runs via Aerosoft One, this requires an internet connection and an Aerosoft user account!

LANGUE
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DÉVELOPPEUR
Aerosoft Dev Team
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AEROSOFT - AIRCRAFT TWIN OTTER MSFS
william
It soon became clear why Aerosoft took the extra time to release the Twin Otter. Removin-
g all the features the previous version had was no doubt an extensive task. What is left is this bland shell of its former self
AEROSOFT - AIRCRAFT TWIN OTTER MSFS
Jonas
I love it, especially after the 1.0.3 update. I never understood why people complained so much about the sound. Did you every try flying on a Twin Otter? I have and the sound when taking off is horrendous until you can level off and decrease RPM and Torque. I can agree that the transition between sounds could be improved and this is getting rerecorded now and implemented soon. Other complaints people have made is that the HSI needle is not autoslewing. This is as it should be! The flight model is not perfect but since MSFS now has better SDK options in the next simupdate, Aerosoft has said they are excited since they can then improve it a lot. I am looking forward to the updates coming over the next month or so. In the mean time I continue flying my new favorite plane all over the globe. I could not be happier. :-)
AEROSOFT - AIRCRAFT TWIN OTTER MSFS
Andrew
Although the sounds are very bad, and I had issues with simply updating the plane, Aerosoft customer support was relatively quick and polite in remedying my issue. The plane itself is pretty fun to fly around and the range of variants they've included means you can run through a wide array of scenarios in the sim. Their system, or systems really, they use to distribute and update their products is tedious, over complicated, clunky and overall a pain to use. The plane itself is good enough despite it's numerous issues on release, mainly sounds that are just horrible. Aerosoft customer support seems pretty solid too. I cautiously recommend this plane now, but don't expect anything earth shatteringly good.
AEROSOFT - AIRCRAFT TWIN OTTER MSFS
Colby
I've flown countless hours in the Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended all over the world in P3D, and I was very happy to purchase it today for MSFS. My very first flights were from Princess Juliana to Saint Bart, then from Saint Bart to Saba. One thing I noticed is that the autopilot altitude hold doesn't operate quite the same. In the Twin Otter Extended, you press/activate the ALT ALERT button which will automatically turn on the ALT HOLD when you reach your programmed altitude. In this version, you cannot press/activate the ALT ALERT. Instead, this one acts as if the ALT ALERT is always activated. My only complaint is that there seems to be a shortage of liveries. However, not in the description of the product. It would have been nice to have the Winair, Skybus, Tara Air, Nepal Airlines, or even a blank livery included like most developers did in the old days. Maybe those airline liveries were left out for copywrite reasons or with the expectation the community would just create them later. Overall this is a great aircraft to fly and enjoy. I highly recommend you give it a try. It's a great addition to your hangar. Also, with a 161 page manual, it will be sure to keep you busy for many hours! Speaking of that, don't forget to read the manual, especially the section that talks about setting up your controls for the reverse thrust.
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