You will be flying missions in a variety of both fixed wing and rotary aircraft. All the aircraft are supplied in authentic custom rescue liveries with three base paint schemes to choose from, and a paint tool lets you create additional liveries.
- Helicopter: Bell 206 Jet Ranger
- Single-engined propeller aircraft: C172
- Multi-engined propeller aircraft: King Air
- Multi-engined jet aircraft: Learjet
Every mission starts with aircraft selection. You select one of the provided aircraft to fly by 'walking' from your building to the chosen aircraft. Sometimes a mission will be flyable in either a helicopter or a fixed-wing aircraft, but sometimes a certain aircraft type is required to complete the mission. The mission briefing will provide enough information to help you make the sensible choice.
At the custom-built company base your chosen company name will be displayed on the company building.
Twelve missions, over both land and sea, are included, ranging from a car accident to organ transport, mountain rescue, Search and Rescue, rescue from ice and more.
The missions include custom objects, sounds and effects.
The mission settings (the environment of each mission) are custom built, with special effects such as fire and explosions as well as new and animated objects. The aim is to give you the feeling of 'being there'.
Realistic ATC (Air Traffic Control) - Rescue Pilot simulates ATC and real-world procedures as realistically as possible. Your co-pilot will handle communications with the airfields, en-route ATC, the local Rescue Control Centre, police, hospital staff, mountain rescue and the Coast Guard.
The missions involve the ‘Linkmis - Linking Motion’. This element comes into use when walking to aircraft and changing aircraft.
Different settings to help users of varying abilities can be selected - e.g. the time to complete missions and/or weather settings.
Be prepared for unexpected changes - a routine flight can turn into a challenge! Of course, medals and rewards are awarded for success!