Just Flight has shared on their Facebook page more work in progress shots of their upcoming BAe 146. The screenshots show a pretty advanced modelling of a -100 variant of the “Jumbolino”, which is unsurprising since Just Flight is modeling their 146 after real world example BAe 146-100 G-JEAO. This example is currently preserved at the De Havilland Heritage Museum in London Colney, in England. The external modeling seems mostly finished and very accurate. Even the cockpit seems to be extremely detailed for the outside. Taking a peak through the aircraft cabin windows, it appears the interior cabin is modeled also.
Announced in early 2019 for FSX and Prepar3D, the Just Flight BAe 146 Professional will include all three fuselage length of the BAe 146 (-100, -200 and -300), will feature PBR materials, 4K textures and a custom autopilot. Just Flight had previously previewed the cockpit of the BAe 146. You can also visit the product page for further information on what to expect for the BAe 146. X-Plane users will also be able to fly the plane in the future, but Just Flight is concentrating on the FSX and P3D version for the moment. Stay tuned on FSElite for further information about the Just Flight BAe 146.