Bush Aviation refers to air operations carried out in remote areas of the world. It involves operations in rough terrain, where there are no prepared airstrips, requiring often adapted equipment. Bush Aviation is carried out in all conditions climatic. Its goal is to supply posts isolated, pilots often have to face unfavourable weather. In addition, planes land without marked runways nor equipped with guidance instruments.
Four different missions are included in the package. The air operations are conducted in a country currently served by Aviation Sans Frontières, the Central African Republic.
The missions, scheduled on 4 different days, use the Cessna Grand Caravan 208 which is the plane used by the team of pilots of Aviation sans Frontières. 4 Airports have been improved or created (if absent from standard FS2020). Changes in weather conditions are simulated during missions as well as incidents leading the pilot to make decisions.
New: 8 Landing Challenges are offered in the package in 3 different locations and with 2 different planes (Cessna Grand Caravan and TBM 930). A final score will show how you mastered the challenging landing.
Orbx has waived its fees for the handling of these transactions and 100% of the proceeds (net of any applicable taxes) goes to Aviation Sans Frontieres.
The mission of Day 2 is also provided in a separate package for free.