Whilst pre-orders for the Honeycomb Aeronautical Brave Throttle controls happened a few weeks ago, customers are now just waiting to get their hands on the hardware for their simulator. Despite some initial hiccups with the process, Honeycomb Aeronautical has shown off how the hardware can be used in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
To be more specific, Nicki from the team has taken on the Quito landing challenge to demonstrate how both the Alpha and Bravo controls work together to provide a robust solution for these types of challenges.
Throughout the video, he also gives you an idea on how the controls work as well as some quick flying tips and tricks to help you get the most from the throttles.
Whilst you can’t pre-order the Bravo Throttle (due to popular demand) you can find out more about it on their product page. More pre-orders will eventually open up and we’ll let you know when this is the case.