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This is a awesome flying game. The main object of the free online game is to fly around in your helicopter, avoid bumping into walls and objects. You have to keep a steady hand to play this fun online flash game. Eventhough this game is very simplistic it is also very addiction, and requires a whole lot of skills to fly long distances. How long are you able to make it with the helicopter before you crash? Have Fun!
Do you like to fly in helicopters, and also to play a free online flash game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Fly Helicopter browser game right now. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse to play this fun browser game.
According to Science Kids there are many fun helicopter facts for kids. Helicopters are agile aircraft capable of taking off and landing vertically, hovering and flying in different directions. Helicopters typically have one main rotor and one smaller rotor in the tail which counters the torque effect, stopping the helicopter from spinning in the opposite direction. The longest distance traveled in a helicopter without landing is 3562 km (2213 miles). Hovering can be the most difficult skill when flying a helicopter. Constant control is required to offset gusty air created by the helicopter. Helicopters are sometimes called choppers.
According to WikiPedia in 1939 Sikorsky designed and flew the Vought-Sikorsky VS-300, the first viable American helicopter, which pioneered the rotor configuration used by most helicopters today. Sikorsky modified the design into the Sikorsky R-4, which became the world's first mass-produced helicopter in 1942. Some people dispute this and according to Military Wikia the first working helicopter is believed to have been the Focke-Wulf Fw 61, first flown in 1936. Only two aircraft were produced. The first prototype, the V 1 D-EBVU, had its first free flight on 26 June 1936 with Ewald Rohlfs at the controls. By spring 1937, the second prototype, V 2 D-EKRA, was completed and flown for its first flight.