Messerschmitt Bf 109 for MSFS ready for take-off

FlyingIron Simulations has announced the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available.

The aircraft sports custom ground handling physics.
The 109 sports custom ground handling physics. FlyingIron Simulations

The aircraft is accurately recreated with quality 3D artwork and Wwise audio effects, including the unique engine sounds of the Daimler-Benz DB 605A. Other highlights include ten liveries, a realistic flight model and a detailed simulation of the DB 605A-1 V-12 engine with custom thermodynamics, including oil temperature, pressure and viscosity simulation so failures are possible.

The fuel, hydraulic and emergency systems have also been faithfully recreated, including electrical failures, working circuit breakers and an accurately simulated J30BZ Chronograph.

The DB 605A-1 V-12 engine is modelled with custom thermodynamics.
The DB 605A-1 V-12 engine is modelled with custom thermodynamics. FlyingIron Simulations

The aircraft sports custom ground handling physics and a landing gear model to capture the 109 ground handling and landing gear system so the undercarriage can be damaged and collapse on touchdown. Other details include UV lighting, dynamic cockpit vibrations, animated fuel line bubbles and a functional gunsight.

The cockpit is an authentic recreation of the real aircraft.
The cockpit is an authentic recreation of the real aircraft. FlyingIron Simulations

An integrated FlyingIron pilot’s tablet includes features such as an autopilot, aircraft options, realism settings, data monitoring and weight & balance. The aircraft is available on FlyingIron’s website for $45.00 AUD (approx £24).