It’s been a busy day for Just Flight. Not only did the developer release a brand new airport, Tenerife North, but two of their aircraft also received fairly significant updates.
The Fokker F28 Professional has been updated to v1.2. The update provides some enhancements, new features, new liveries and of course some bug fixes. The flight control system has been completely reworked, providing an even deeper level of simulation. The landing gear and nose-wheel steering have also been completely reworked.
That’s not all that’s included, as the EFB also gets some new additions, two new liveries have been added and the model and textures of the cabin crew panels in the FWD galley have also been reworked, adding more functionality to them.
The full changelog of Just Flight’s F28 v1.2 update is really large, and can be read in full here.
Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer
Just Flight’s Hawk T1/A Advanced also received an update. The update is far smaller in size than the F28 update, but nevertheless contains some welcome improvements and fixes. Version 0.1.8 comes with an improved flight model and autopilot behaviour. The EFB got some new features, such as SimBrief flight plan import and Navigraph Charts, interactive checklists, METAR display and more. Several bugs have also been fixed. The full changelog of v0.1.8 can be read here.
Just Flight also announced that both aircraft have been submitted to Microsoft for release on the Marketplace for PC and Xbox. Although this process is out of Just Flight’s control, and Marketplace admission can take some time, the planes should become available in the near future.