The most Advanced Tiltrotor for Microsoft Flight Simulator
The Osprey MV-22B is a tiltrotor, VSTOL (Vertical/short takeoff and landing), multi-mission aircraft, developed to fill multi-service combat operational requirements. The real-life counterpart, MV-22B, replaced Marine Corps assault helicopters in the medium lift category, contributing to the dominant maneuver of the Marine landing force, as well as supporting focused logistics in the days following commencement of an amphibious operation.
Osprey MV-22B for MSFS
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It is highly recommended that you read the manual before using the product. The manual is available here: https://docs.miltechsimulations.com/
The Osprey MV-22B is a tiltrotor, VSTOL (Vertical/short takeoff and landing), multi-mission aircraft, developed to fill multi-service combat operational requirements. The real-life counterpart, MV-22B, replaced Marine Corps assault helicopters in the medium lift category (CH-46E and CH-53D), contributing to the dominant maneuver of the Marine landing force, as well as supporting focused logistics in the days following the commencement of an amphibious operation.
The MV-22B is currently operated by the United States Marine Corps (MV-22B), United States Navy (CMV-22B), United States Air Force (CV-22B) and Japan Self-Defense Forces (MV-22B). Israel, India and Indonesia have considered acquiring the aircraft for their own military operations. All Osprey variants feature slightly different fuel capacities and configurations, but the design of the aircraft and systems does not change.
- Developed in partnership with talented aircraft developer Maryadi
- Realistic external and Internal model.
- Togglable automatic operation of Doors and Ramp based on the flight condition.
- Authentic interior and exterior Night Lighting, including Osprey’s iconic Blade Tip lights.
- Custom Sounds.
- Hand-crafted Liveries included.
Cockpit and Systems:
- Comprehensive simulation of the aircraft instrument and systems.
- Realistic manual operation of engine nacelles based on airspeed.
- Full Simulation of BFWS (Blade Fold and Wing Stow) Procedures.
- Simulation of Auto-Hover capabilities, Auto-Flaps and custom-coded Autopilot.
Flight Dynamics and Engine Systems:
- Custom VTOL/STOL Flight Dynamics, including realistic behavior of the aircraft handling during movement of the engine nacelles. Custom coded thrust-vectoring.
- Fully simulated Vortex Ring State: Dangerous aerodynamic stall condition that results in an uncontrollable descent of the aircraft.
- Realistic simulation of the gearing system connecting both proprotors, allowing for 1 engine operations at reduced performance.
- Engine overstress limitations as per the real aircraft – engines cannot sustain full throttle for long periods of time.
- Marines “Golden Eagles”
- Marines “Thunder Chickens”
- Marines “Blue Knights”
- Marines “Evil Eyes”
- Marines One “Presidential Nighthawks”
- US Navy “Titans” (CVM-22B Variant)
- US Air Force “Blackbirds” (CV-22B Variant)
- Japan Self Defense Force
- Blank Livery
A full operations manual is available at https://docs.miltechsimulations.com/
Due to the complex nature of this aircraft, it is strongly recommended that customers read through the aircraft manual.
How to Operate the Nacelles
Nacelles are operated using INCREASE COWL FLAP 4 (Nacelles up) and DECREASE COWL FLAP 4 (Nacelles down). You must map these two commands to two buttons/keys in your joystick or keyboard.
Vortex Ring State Simulation - "Aircraft Stalling" / Engine Failure
The Osprey features a complex simulation of Vortex Ring State and Engine Limitations due to Overstress. Unexperienced pilots may find this difficult or annoying to operate with.
Vortex Ring State and Engine Limitations can be deactivated through the CDU/ACFT Init/MENU 3/Flight Reality
The Osprey features a fully functional autopilot on APLN mode (nacelles zero) only. When the aircraft is ongoing Conversion (CONV - Nacelles other than zero degrees), AP is unavailable. Aircraft features a HOLD mode when nacelles are at 90 Degrees.
Getting Started with the Aircraft, Simulation Prep
The following guide will help you get started with the Osprey
Product Update Log
Product update log can be found here:
Although this simulated aircraft resemble its real-world counterparts in many aspects, the product does not accurately represent (nor intends to accurately represent) the performance, systems, design and/or features of the real-life counterpart. It is for entertainment and educational purposes only, and shall not be used for real aircraft training or any other professional application.This product, though heavily inspired by the MV-22B Osprey, is not endorsed, supported by, related to, certified by or in any way connected to Bell Helicopter Textron, The Boeing Company, the US Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, the Japanese Self Defense Army or any aircraft manufacturer or operator. The product has been exclusively inspired by readily available information. This product falls into Fair Use of all applicable copyrighted and trademarked materials, as a transformative work inspired by the real aircraft.