Just Flight Preivews Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer for MSFS

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Just Flight has shared new detailed previews of their upcoming Hawk T1/A Advanced trainer for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The British Aerospace (BAe) Hawk T1 is a 2-seat jet trainer from the United Kingdom which is in service with countries friendly with England all across the globe, including India, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia. First built in 1974, the Hawk T1 has not only been used for training but also in live combat, with an array of rockets, missiles, gun pods and bombs capable of being fitted to the aircraft. In addition to these roles, the BAe Hawk T1 is perhaps most notably the aircraft used by the RAF Red Arrows aerobatic display team.

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QualityWings Simulations Release The Ultimate 146 Collection For P3D V4

In a recent Facebook post by the team, QualityWings Simulations announced the release of their highly-anticipated British Aerospace 146 family product for Prepar3d v4. The product brings the FS9/FSX era product into 64-bit; no new features come with this product, however. The British Aerospace BAe 146 is a family of 4-engine, short-field capable jets, which have seen use all over the
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QualityWings Beta Tester Opportunity for B757 and Bae 146

QualityWings Beta Testers Wanted B757 And Bae 146
QualityWings has announced on their official Facebook page that they are looking for a limited number of people to help beta test their Boeing 757 and Bae 146 products. Those that are successful in becoming a beta tester will be testing the upcoming P3D v4 versions of the products. The only requirement is that you are a current 757 and/or
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PMDG BAe JetStream 41 Preview for P3D V4

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PMDG has given us even more preview shots of their upcoming PMDG BAe JetStream 41 for P3D V4. This time they are in 4K so 4K screen owners can fully enjoy it.

Preview shots captured during a flight from Yakutat bound to Juneau, part of the Alaska famous milk run route in P3D V4.  In case you’re wondering where the old FMC is, PMDG say that they have replaced it with a GPS to add the Flight1 GTN 750.

An earlier post we made about this aircraft is found here.

We will give you more information as soon as it’s available to us.


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