AirWeGo and Vertigo Upgrade to FSX

In a release dated, December 22, 2008, U.K.-based AirWeGo Virtual Aviation Group shared how massive amounts of time and energy have been directed at upgrading Vertigo, a division of AirWeGo dedicated to creating and reproducing real-world operations within Mircosoft Flight Simulator, to FSX standards.  Helicopters were first introduced to the Flight Simulator community in FS98, and since, AirWeGo’s operations have steadily grown in: popularity, flight model complexity and realism.  ”A wide variety of missions and scenery have been created over the last eight years.” said the release, “covering the globe with scenarios ranging from VIP Transport, Oil Field Construction through to Expedition Logistics.”

“Developments within Vertigo have been coming at pace in recent months primarily focused on upgrading custom scenery packages (of North Sea Oil / Gas platforms) originally designed for FS2004 for use in FSX.  As part of this process “flight scenarios”, again originally designed for FS2004, will be upgraded to FSX missions.  Further plans include a series of enhancements planned for the extensive fleet pages on the Vertigo website along with additions to the fleet to be announced shortly.”

In 2009, Vertigo will be looking forward to celebrating its tenth year of operation and will continue to offer a detailed virtual operation for flight simulator aficionados.

Interested pilots can find more information at the AirWeGo Virtual Airline Group website


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