The Noorduyn Norseman was designed and built by Noorduyn Aircraft Ltd., a Canadian aircraft manufacturer. The company was founded in 1928 by Dutch-Canadian aircraft designer Robert B.C. Noorduyn, who had previously worked for Fokker and Bellanca. The Norseman was one of the first aircraft designed and built by Noorduyn, and it was an immediate success, with more than 900 examples of the aircraft being built between 1935 and 1959. Noorduyn Aircraft continued to operate until 1986, when it was acquired by Canadair and merged into the parent company.
The Norseman is a single-engine, bush plane that was used primarily for cargo and passenger transport in remote areas, such as the Canadian North and Alaska. It was used extensively during World War II by the military, and many examples of the aircraft are still in operation today. The Norseman is known for its rugged construction and ability to operate on rough, unimproved airstrips. In Microsoft Flight Simulator, the Norseman is a highly-detailed and accurate representation of the real-world aircraft, with realistic flight dynamics and performance. It's a versatile and reliable aircraft that's well-suited for use in remote, challenging environments, and it's a great addition to any virtual pilot's collection.
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR (2020)
- Highly-detailed and accurate representation of the Noorduyn Norseman
- Realistic flight dynamics and performance
- Suitable for use in remote, challenging environments
- Versatile and reliable aircraft for virtual pilots
- Three Variants: Standard, Bush wheel and Floats
- Six Liveries
- Two Bush trips (released post launch)
- Documentation online: The Norseman Documentation