Just Flight’s Richard is up and running!

Richard Slater

You might be familiar with the name Richard Slater. Richard is part of the Just Flight development team, recent projects he has worked as lead coder on include the Tornado GR1 the Canberra. PR9 and the recently released Hawk T1A Advanced Trainer.
On top of working hard on the development of those and other projects, Richard has been training hard over the winter in order to tackle the Brighton Marathon on the 9th of April on behalf of Action Duchenne the UK charity dedicated to finding a cure or treatments for Duchenne & Becker muscular dystrophy, a severe muscle wasting disease which the son of a family friend has sadly been diagnosed with. Instead of just asking for donations from the FS community, however, Richard has come up with an idea to give something back in return for any support you might be kind enough to give.
Richard has spent a lot of his own time developing a great new utility called GPS Anywhere and you can get the slick and very handy GPS Anywhere app for FSX or Prepar3D for only the cost of a donation to charity. Everyone making a donation, however small, through Richard’s JustGiving page will get a reply from him with a link to his GPS Anywhere and in turn will help drive him on to complete all 26.2 miles of the Brighton Marathon this weekend and support a very worthy cause.
Here’s the link to find out more.
Many thanks in advance for anything you are able to give!


Mungo Spencer

The author Mungo Spencer

I've always had a passion for aviation from a very young age. I started simming for the first time in 2010 and have been hooked ever since. A member of FSElite since its early days, I have enjoyed being a part of the rapid growth that has taken place over the last year. Which has propelled us to become one of the largest flight simulation media sites. I look forward to the future and would like to thank you all for the continued support. | View My Specs