Following on from the announcement of the T-45C Goshawk for Microsoft Flight Simulator, Indiafoxtecho has shared some new previews of the aircraft in action. In the new post on Facebook, the team said that they are working to complete a beta version in the next week or so, with a release coming at the end of February or early March.
Currently, the team is testing a new iteration of the flight model, which has been helped by real-world T-45 pilots. The T-45C will reportedly feature the original monochrome displays in place of the modern versions as a developer preference.
The T-45C Goshawk is a carrier-capable American military training aircraft. It was originally developed by McDonnell Douglas in the late 1980’s as a highly modified version of the the BAE System’s Hawk, and was further developed by Boeing after their acquisition of McDonnell Douglas into the more advanced T-45C.
While the project is currently being developed strictly for Microsoft Flight Simulator, it has been mentioned it is possible it could be coming to other platforms in the future.
The T-45C will be Indiafoxtecho’s third aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator following on from the Long-Ez and the Indiafoxtecho MB-339.