EUR 38.00

DHC-3T Turbo Otter for XP11

An Iconic Bushplane - now with PT6A Power!

Building on our experience with our award winning DHC-2, DHC-3, and DHC-3T for P3D, Milviz has partnered with vFlyteAir, to bring the renowned DHC-3T Turbo Otter to XP11.

Our turbine-engined Otter provides a nuanced flight model that closely replicates the real deal with top-notch modeling and textures, and a ton of configurable options!

Introducing the MilViz DHC-3T Turbo Otter XP

Extending the capabilities a proven single-engine workhorse.

The original DHC-3 Otter ceased production in 1967. Since then many of these sturdy bushplanes have had their 600HP Wasp radials swapped out for a more powerful turbo-prop power plant thus improving reliability and performance. Our Turbo Otter features a Pratt and Whitney 750 HP PT6A-34 turbine and is based on the typical Viking or Vazar conversion with included STOL kit. In looks and performance it brings the Otter right up to date.

Turbo Otters like their radial predecessors are used extensively across all types of flights: charters, tourist work, cargo and scheduled service, flying passengers and bulky loads deep into the bush, to airfields that would be impossible for most other aircraft.

Same Character, More capable

The overall gross weight is the same as the radial version, but the lighter weight of the turbo-prop powerplant allows the payload to increase by approximately 400lb. The increased power allows shorter take-offs and landings, greater rate of climb and a higher cruising speed - but be careful: in some situations the PT6 can deliver more power than the airframe can handle safely!

The Turbo Otter can carry payloads up to 2,600 lbs.and has a maximum passenger capacity of 9. Cruise speeds up to 140 kts over a maximum range of about 625 miles.

Land Anywhere, Haul Everything

The workhorse capabilities of the DHC-3T Turbo Otter are able to be put to the test. Three separate configurations have been included for landing gear: Standard wheels, amphibious floats,and straight floats; each model complete with tuned flight dynamics that accurately reflects differences in performance and handling.

The interior can be outfitted for nearly any adventure you'd like, with separate passenger and passenger/cargo combinations. Individual passenger and cargo locations can be loaded/unloaded in the simulator, allowing for the visual emulation of flying to a destination and back again.

Meticulously Detailed

The MilViz DHC-3T Turbo Otter features an intricately modeled, true-to-life interior and exterior, with an abundance of fine detail. All gauges, switches and controls feature smooth animation. High resolution textures with lifelike metal effects and realistic weathering create a simulation like no other.

PT6-34: 'By the Book' performance

Engine model = Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34
Engine Power = 750 SHP Flat Rated up to 4000 ft. ISA conditions
Propeller = 3 bladed, constant speed.
Propeller model = Hartzell HC-B3TN-3DY /T10282+4

Accurate & In-Depth

Built on our experience replicating the DHC-2 Beaver and DHC-3 Otter, the MilViz DHC-3T Turbo Otter for XP11 offers a comparable level of systems depth and functionality given the limitations of the XP11 platform. Our goal is to create an immersive, true-to-life experience for any simulator pilot, regardless of experience. Choose to fly the Turbo Otter by the book, or simply jump in and fly, your choice!

Our DHC-3T provides an accurate, realistic recreation of key characteristics and systems functionality. The electrical system is closely simulated, with operable circuit breakers present for key systems. The operation of the flaps, operated much like the Beaver with a selector valve and a hand pump, behaves realistically. And a powered tailwheel system has been custom created for this aircraft with a three way toggle switch that allows switching between powered, free castoring and locked.

And at the very core of this simulation is a carefully tuned flight model that seeks to impart the unique flight qualities of this STOL-capable workhorse, created by an author with DHC-3 experience.

Custom FMOD sound design

The Milviz DHC-3T comes with a scratch built 3D sound environment. By wielding the power of FMOD we have recreated an accurate simulation of the powerful Pratt & Whitney PT6 engine for your listening pleasure. But we didn't stop with the engine... both inside and outside the aircraft there is plenty more to discover!

Key features:
  • Buttery smooth engine starts
  • Highly authentic beta range sound effects
  • Propeller wash sound effects
  • Squealing brakes
  • Stall buffeting
  • Audible cockpit controls (switches, levers, etc.)
  • 3D sound positioning
  • Realistic distance attenuation
  • Custom weather sound effects

Rain & Ice effects:

Included is an implementation of Saso Kiselkov's rain & ice effects.

Special DHC-3T XP Features:

Professionally created & tuned, high fidelity flight model including accurate characteristics specific to the DHC-3T.

Body Configurations - Standard Wheels, Floats, Amphibious Floats, each with individually tuned flight models. Skis can also be added as a visual option.

Multiple loadout configurations, with passengers and cargo. Selectable cargo includes an externally mounted canoe!

Custom electrical system with display of electrical load and operable circuit breakers.

Unique flap operation which simulates the usage of the manually operated hydraulic pump and selector on the DHC-3T.

Realistic locked / powered / free-castoring tailwheel simulation

Flight Dynamics by Alan 'Rush' Shafto of AeroSim Gaming

Custom menu systems by Cooper LeComp AFM Advanced Flight Modeling

Custom FMOD sound design by SimAcoustics

Richly detailed cabin with beautiful high resolution textures and smoothly animated gauges.

Realistic and fully adjustable cabin and instrument lighting.

Ability to completely hide yoke and column for ease of access to important switches and controls.

Professionally created liveries based on or inspired by real world aircraft.

Available layer-based paintkit for creating your own liveries.

Detailed & educational flight manual

Yoke Lock

Accurately modeled pump operated flaps

Power Lever with Beta Gate

Condition Lever with safety guard

Fuel Transfer Switch

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System Requirements (Minimum):

Operating System:

OS X: OS X 10.10 or newer

Windows: Windows 7, 8, or 10, 64-bit

The current release version of X-Plane 11 is always fully supported.
Beta releases of X-Plane are unsupported; ongoing development of the X-Plane platform during the beta cycle may require our product to be updated for proper functionality.

Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 CPU with 2 or more cores, or AMD equivalent.
(Recommended: Intel Core i5 6600K at 3.5 ghz or faster.)

(Recommended: 16-24 GB RAM or more.)

DirectX 11-capable video card from NVIDIA, AMD or Intel with at least 1 GB VRAM.
(Recommended: DirectX 12-capable video card from NVIDIA, AMD or Intel with at least 4 GB VRAM, GeForce GTX 1070 or better or similar from AMD.)

Hard Drive Space:
1.5 GB or greater free hard drive space.

Supported Platforms:
Use or installation of the products(s) referenced on this page in any other platform than that intended or shown above is not supported and may result in errors or a non-functioning product.

Gaming Controller:
Joystick, yoke, or other gaming controller (a means of controlling the aircraft rudder, either with twist joystick function or dedicated pedals, is additionally recommended).

Customer Reviews
Can't review it as 5 stars because it's not a perfect add on. The quality of the airport is exactly what you will expect from FlyTampa, but the performance is one of the worst by them. I average 50 FPS at any other FlyTampa airport, but KBOS is very stuttery. FPS averages around 29. I hope the stutter problem gets resolved quickly.
I love this add-on! The texture quality is nice, it flies really nice and for its price it is amazing! Off-topic but the A220 is so cute!
One of the most iconic propliners ever is brought to life with this near study level aeroplane release from RedWing. If you like the PMDG DC-6, or even just the era of flight, you should really consider adding Connie to your hangar.
I will say that it is an impressive plane, and become one of my favorites on MSFS, I can see that there are still a few kinks. For one, the sound, unfortunately it sometimes clips while the engine is running, that old annoying click sound. Luckily it disappears once you are at cruise altitude. Also with the newest update I got, I notice that I no longer have the "Breitling" livery. I do like the MATS, but I liked Breitling also. Aside from the autopilot crashing at least once, "since the update 1.9.1" There is still much to love about the true grit of this aircraft! Keep working on it!
I have waited for a while to have a good scenery for me to be able to fly back to Myanmar. wish more Asia airport coming soon. Nice job
Hey, thank you very much for this beautiful airport! I am very satisfied, it is very detailed. I didn't notice any frame rate drops.
AI aircraft do not take off, they just taxi to the hold point and bunch up behind each other until eventually they time-out and just disappear. The rendering is old-school, lacking PBR texturing etc. and not up to the standards seen in other recent MSFS addons.
Bigger VRAM consumption than is appropriate on an airport with this size, also an incorrect stand placement in the AFCAD (planes are facing the terminal with their backs, next to each other). Othe-
r than that, very nice rendition of the scenery, and I didn't have to hesitate with buying it!
Love it - gives a reason and a purpose to flying the airliners such as BAE146, 737, A320 etc.
I have never posted a review without first purchasing the product before, but I have to make an exception here, as there are a few "minor" points I see in the preview photos that are making me hesitate from purchasing: -
Image 3: Jetways in foreground disconnected from Concourse A (that's a long jump to board your plane). Also, the A380 maintenance hanger seems to be missing entirely at the rear left. Also, none of the iconic Lufthansa crane logos on the gates. Image 4, 13: there seem to be "a few" buildings missing between Terminal 1 and the Squaire ... Parkhouse P2, the Frankfurt Airport Center, the Frankfurt Airport Marriott, the iconic Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel, and Parkhouse P4, to name just a few. Oh, and the bridge connecting Terminal 1 to the Squaire, but I don't want to nit-pick. Im-
age 5: construction status of Terminal 3 seems to be "not started" Ima-
ge 6: almost all jetways at T2 disconnected from Terminal 2. I could go on, but won't and will instead ask: was the release of this add-on accidental and premature? It seems to be pre-alpha. Apologies for the blunt words, but I'm honestly shocked and saddened. I have been waiting for a good payware EDDF since MSFS came out, and was overjoyed for a short moment when I saw this release ... until I saw the photos. I will keep my eyes out for a very large update, and won't hesitate to purchase if and when it comes, but in this state, the default MSFS version is superior.
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