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    Heinkel's He 219 Uhu is undoubtedly one of the most advanced aircraft to emerge from World War II. Conceived solely as a gun platform to serve as a defensive night fighter, the plane featured a bubble-top cockpit that was well forward, affording the pilot superb visibility. The cockpit was equipped with ejection seats, and was exceptionally well laid out. All controls were easy to reach and identify. Combined with the tricycle landing gear, this plane was truly a "pilot's aircraft" and was very easy to fly. It was stable and predictable, exactly what one would expect from a plane with the Uhu's intended purpose. The earlier versions were adequately powered by the Daimler-Benz DB 603A, and had good rates of climb and acceptable top speeds approaching 400 mph. However, later versions of the He 219 were much heavier, and because the more advanced, powerful engines were in short supply, these variants suffered in performance.
    The He 219 was a superb and lethal gun platform and the later versions packed as many as eight cannon, including the potent 30mm "Schrage Musik" which fired upward into a bomber's belly at an oblique angle. These accompanied as many as six forward-firing cannon. The "Uhu" was absolutely devastating to any aircraft that came into range of its guns. This was accomplished through the use of radar, a new technology. Ground-based stations would direct the night fighter to the bomber stream, and when in range, the Uhu's radar operator would then take over and guide the pilot to within 100 meters of the target. The bristling antennae were ugly and added a lot of drag, reducing the aircraft's ultimate top speed substantially. But without the radar the plane would have been useless at night, and since the Uhu was still about 150 mph faster than the Allied four-engine bombers, this was really not a handicap. Some of the latest versions were used to track, hunt down, and kill the Mosquito bombers, which were a much more challenging quarry than the lumbering four-engine craft comprising most of the night fighter's prey.
    In the end, the He 219 fell victim to bad decision-making and was too little, too late. But it was the most advanced aircraft for its time, signaling the shape of things to come.
    • Can be flown “by the book”
      • Built from actual aircraft tests
      • Realistic cruise performance with realistic fuel economy  including “distance-to-altitude” performance under various power settings
      • Authentic drop tank release actually drops both fuel and weight
      • Both modern and veteran warbird pilots helped create the “feel” of flight
    • Gorgeously constructed aircraft, inside and out, down to the last rivet
      • Based on the critically acclaimed Wings of POWER He-219 “Owl”
      • Native specular and bump mapped high-resolution lighting
      • Canopy and pilot seats eject
      • Oxygen flow and tank gauges
      • Almost every single item historically correct and clickable
      • Authentic reflector gunsight with day and night settings
      • Retractable bulletproof windscreen
      • Extendable ladder
      • Naturally animated pilot and radar officer
    • Professionally recorded and mastered engine sounds including realistic prop effects
      • Directional 3D-engineered sounds from A2A recorded sound from all viewing angles
      • Stall buffet, canopy, ground roll, flaps, gyro, and authentic cockpit wind
      • Special canopy pressurizing and release sounds
    •  “Special Effects” package includes:
      • Historically accurate lighting for stunning nighttime visuals
      • Realistic startup visuals modeled after the real aircraft
      • Belly landings with realistic effects
    • Full sized (11” X 8 ½”), 71-page landscape manual with authentic performance and function



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    A2A offer the best add ons you can get for FSX and this non Accusim product is really good. I collect WW2 era aircraft and couldn’t pass up this little known plane. I don’t know how I never noticed until now but I’m glad I did. Sadly there’s no back seat view option and only the one forward VC camera option. But this is a pretty old old add on so I can forgive it as everything else really holds up all these years later.  You get some nice liveries and some different variants each with their own unique (if slight) visual differences. The RAF depicts the most powerful version with the fastest top speed despite being also the heaviest version.  All in all the HE219 is a very unique and maybe even rare aircraft that Aircraft Factory has done a great job recreating for FSX.  After reading up on the plane I feel like they have done a competent job with making it fly and feel like the real one.  The engines sound very good from the cockpit, but are somehow less impressive in external views. This seems to be a common trait with A2A? Whatever the reason I still am very happy with my purchase and to be able to expand my WW2 collection with such an interesting warbird. Excellent frames and performance. 






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