The Heinkel He-111 P2 is compatible with all versions of Prepar3d with the following notes

Use the Prepar3d_v3.x installer for P3d up to 3.x. Use the Prepar3d_v4.x for P3d V4.0+.

Remember to check the installation section of our questions page for more detailed information

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Heinkel He-111 P2

Owing to restrictions placed on Germany after WW1 with strict controls on armament design and manufacture, the first examples of the Heinkel HE 111 design masqueraded as civilian airliners.

First used in the Spanish Civil War, the iconic bomber served well and enjoyed considerable notoriety in the early months of WW2. Right across Europe, the Heinkel first brought the fearsome “Blitzkreig” to the theatre of war.

It was during the Battle of Britain and the “Blitz” that the Heinkel HE 111 became famous – recognisable by all for its “glass-house” nose and cockpit. It was this cockpit arrangement that actually led to the aeroplane's demise as frontal attacks from the RAF's fighters often proved fatal. Although the design of the airframe itself proved it could withstand a great deal of punishment.

 

Despite its losses during the summer of 1940, the Heinkel HE 111 was constantly developed and improved in years to follow. The aircraft saw service in all the major theatres of WW2 and was used to deliver “Buzz-bomb” rocket propelled, guided bombs, torpedoes in shipping attacks and a vast array of other ordnance. Two Heinkels, bolted together with a common centre wing and a fifth engine were called “Zwilling” and produced in small numbers to tow giant gliders.

After the War, Spain continued to build the Heinkel under licence and dubbed the CASA 2 111. Ironically these machines were powered by the Spitfire and Hurricane's Rolls Royce Merlin engines.

Our project illustrates the P2 variant, an early version and a combatant in the Battle of France and Battle of Britain. Flying that glass-house cockpit is an interesting experience and a change from the constrictive enclosed cockpits of other simulation aircraft. We promise an unique and rewarding ride with the new Heinkel HE 111!

Innovative features

Amazing features

  • Accurately modelled in High Fidelity with an enormous amount of authentic detail
  • Fully animated complex control systems for rudder, aileron and elevator are present and the entire pilot's position, seat, pedals and control column system raises and lowers just as the real thing to give better visibility on take-off, landings and whenever forward vision is obscured.
  • “Secret” modern navigation suite fitted to the cockpit for IFR navigation.
  • Highly realistic, animated pilot, bomb-aimer and mid upper gunner.
  • Detailed and authentic Daimler Benz V12 engine under removable nacelle panels.
  • Authentic stereo sound pack with the signature “out of sync” engine throb at full throttle.
  • IN GAME OPTIONS

  • A2D configuration panel for setting up “Cold-Dark” starts, crew removal, bomb dropping and weapons firing.
  • 6 LIVERIES AND A PAINTKIT

  • 6 Authentic liveries.
  • Textures are created using new-technology “PBR Workflow” techniques as used in many of today's successful computer games. This brings a new level of realism to your flight simulation experience!
  • A “Pro”-quality paint-kit is provided to create your own liveries and paint schemes.
  • Technical requirements

    • Windows XP SP3 , Vista , 7, 8, 10
    • FSX SP2/Accel pack/Steam
    • Prepar3d V2.x V3.x V4.0 (compatible)
    • Ram : Minimum 2 + GB RAM (free)
    • Hard drive : 900 MB
    • Simulator compatibility information

    Screenshots

    Actual unedited screenshots. ( work in progress )