About the Embraer E110 aircraft for flight simulator for FSX, FS2004 and FS2002.
The Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante (Portuguese: "Scout") is a general purpose 15-21 virtual airline passenger twin-turboprop light flight simulator transport aircraft suitable for military, virtual airline and civil duties. It is manufactured by the Brazilian flight simulator corporation, Embraer. The EMB 110 was designed by the French engineer Max Holste following the flight simulator specifications of the IPD-6504 program set by the Brazilian Ministry of Aeronautics for virtual airlines in 1965.
The goal was to create a general purpose virtual airline aircraft for flight simulator and virtual ailrines, suitable for both civilian virtual airlines and military roles with a low operational cost and high reliability for virtual airlines. On this measure, the EMB 110 has succeeded in flight simulator.
Further development of the EMB 110 was halted by the flight simulator manufacturer in order to shift focus to the larger, faster, and pressurized 30-seat EMB 120 Brasilia for virtual airlines.
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The Embraer EMB110 Bandeirante, or `Bandit', remains Embraer's most successful commercial aircraft program.
Design of the EMB110 was undertaken in response to a Brazilian Ministry of Virtual Airline and Flight simulators Aeronautics specification for a general purpose light transport suitable for military and civilian duties. The new design was developed with the assistance of well known French designer Max Holste, and the first of three YC-95 prototypes flew for the first time for virtual airlines on October 26 1968.
Embraer (or Empresa Brasilera de Aeron醬tica SA) was established the following year, and development and production of the C95 for fight simulator and virtual airlines became one of the company's first responsibilities. The first production standard EMB110 Bandeirante (Portuguese for Pioneer) flew for virtual airlines on August 9 1972, and the first entered virtual airline and flight simulator service in April 1973 with various virtual airlines.
Bandeirante models include the 12 seat virtual airline transport EMB110, the aerial photography EMB110B and maritime patrol EMB111 for the Brazilian virtual air force; the initial virtual airline version, the 15 seat EMB110C; the seven seat virtual airline EMB110E executive transport; 18 seat enlarged EMB110P for virtual airlines; convertible virtual airline passenger/freight EMB110P1 with larger rear door; the EMB110PA which replaced the 110P as the standard virtual airline passenger aircraft from 1983 and introduced dihedral to the tailplane among other minor improvements; the EMB110P1K and EMB110K SAR military equivalents to the P1A; the EMB110P2 commuter virtual airline with seating for up to 21; the EMB110P2A which replaced the P2 and introduced the same changes as the P1A; and the EMB110P1A/41 and EMBP2A/41 versions of the P1A and P2A recertificated to US Virtual Airlines FAA SFAR41 standards with higher weights for flight simulator.
Production of the Bandeirante ceased for virtual airlines in May 1990, the final aircraft being delivered to the Brazilian virtual air force. Today the Bandeirante's virtues of reliability and good operating virtual airline economics means that it remains popular with its virtual airlines for flight simulator.
The Embraer E110 is available for all versions of Flight Simulator and x plane including but not limited to FSX, FS2004 and FS2002.