JustFlight posted several screenshots on Facebook of their BAe 146, Airbus A300, and the Robin DR400. All three aircraft will be available for both FSX and Prepar3D v4. The A300 and BAe 146 are both still early in development as only minimal texture work has been completed and modeling is still ongoing. The DR400 appears to be close to release as a full exterior shot is included as well as a close up of the cockpit.
The BAe 146 is still “a long way off” from release but lots of progress has been made on the visual model. JustFlight is sure to please with this aircraft as they have with plenty of aircraft in the past. You can read our previous article about the JustFlight BAe 146 here. As mentioned in our previous post, the A300 will feature many welcomed additions to the flightsim community including RealLight, TrueGlass, PBR materials and more. A custom paint kit will, authentic sound set, and comprehensive manual will be included with the release of the aircraft. Neither aircraft have received a release date as there is much more work to be completed.
Moving on to the DR400, the aircraft will feature a custom-coded electrical system, spark plug fouling, and functioning carburetor heat and primer controls. All of the aircraft’s textures will be rendered in stunning 4K using PBR materials. An interactive checklist, dimmable instrument lighting, authentic fuel and RPM needle ‘wobble’, Flight1 GPS and GNS integration, and flight computer panel are just some of the many features that will grace the aircraft. For a full list of features and pictures, check out our latest DR400 post. No release date has been given but it is safe to assume it will be very soon!