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Just Flight

Just Flight began life in 1995 as a company named The Associates, whose mission was to supply the newly emerging market of flight simulation enthusiasts with the latest and best software. Top quality programs allied to realistic prices and a generous dash of efficiency was clearly a recipe for success and within several years the Just Flight name was firmly established as a trusted brand and the company has grown into one of the world’s largest developers and publishers of flight simulation software.

Our talented in-house development team has produced some of our best-selling add-ons. Over the years the team has developed software for the MSFS, Prepar3D, X-Plane and Aerofly FS2 platforms and has recently created several award-winning expansions for the latest (2020) edition of Microsoft Flight Simulator.

We value our customers greatly and our Customer Service and Technical Support teams do their very best to ensure that our customers are able to enjoy using our software as much as we enjoy developing it.

Our sister company, Just Trains, services the train simulation community.

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COMING SOON: BAe 146

Following on from their popular Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer and PA-28 family of aircraft for MSFS, this highly detailed simulation of the 146 regional jet has been developed by Just Flight's in-house team following comprehensive, hands-on research with a real-life aircraft, G-JEAO, which retired from service with British European Airways in 2000 and is now preserved at the de Havilland Aircraft Museum, and the CC.Mk2 and C.Mk3 aircraft of Royal Air Force, 32 (The Royal) Squadron.

Just Flight are excited to bring you the 146 ‘Whisper Jet’ – featuring the 100, 200 and 300 series of this classic British airliner. The design process of what was to become the 146-100 began under Hawker Siddeley in 1973 where the iconic high T-tail, short undercarriage, four engines and distinctive airbrake were chosen to produce a regional airliner with short-field performance and quiet operation. The 146-100 first flew in 1981, followed by the stretched 200 series in 1982 and 300 series in 1988.

Images feature work in progress aircraft.

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PA-28R Arrow III & Turbo Arrow III/IV

These aircraft have been developed by Just Flight's in-house team following comprehensive, hands-on research with the real aircraft.

The Arrow III and Turbo Arrow III/IV are four seater, piston-engine aircraft equipped with a retractable tricycle landing gear and constant-speed propeller – ideal for touring and instrument training. First available in 1977, the Turbo Arrow III was the first turbocharged variant of the PA-28R Arrow, retaining the conventional tail of the Arrow III and a new cowling which housed the six-cylinder turbocharged engine. The Turbo Arrow IV followed in 1979 and featured a distinctive T-tail.

The Arrow is flown all around the world and this add-on reflects that global popularity, featuring a total of 21 liveries from around the world - 11 for the Arrow III, five for the Turbo Arrow III and five for the Turbo Arrow IV.

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Real Taxiways USA & Europe

Real Taxiways for Microsoft Flight Simulator will greatly enhance many aspects of navigating over 2,165 airports in the US and Europe. Real Taxiways adds a full complement of accurately placed real-world taxiway signs at these airports, with many new sign types and new sign textures. Signs are also more readable now and match real-world fonts and sizes.

With Real Taxiways installed, destination signs match real-world charts, closed taxiways are updated and signs added - and more!

  • 2,165+ airports updated with 141,500+ taxiway signs!
    Real-world taxiway names
  • Near real-world taxiway sign placement
  • Taxiway signs match ICAO standards and country-specific naming conventions in the Europe edition
  • Multiple variations of all sign types
  • Double-sided taxiway signs
  • Sign sizes are appropriate to the airport
  • Hundreds of airport sign 'personalities' for an authentic experience
  • No signs obstructing taxiways or runways
  • Drastically reduced lights on active taxiways at airports without green centrerline lighting (~90%)
  • Signs easily readable from cockpit without zooming
  • LAHSO markings removed where they are not present in the real world (present at almost every runway intersection by default)
  • Destination signs match real-world charts
  • Closed taxiways updated and signs added
  • Sign text padding corrected and more readable

Flying Fabio Just Flight Videos

Exclusive First Look at the BAe 146 for Microsoft Flight Sim 2020 by JustFlight

Aircraft featured is pre-release work in progress. Today we have a look at Just Flight’s upcoming BAe 146-100 prior to her release. Still missing an FMS and WX radar, all other systems seem ready, and we assess them as we fly from London City to Dundee airport. Let’s go!

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FerryFlight™️ – Leg 8 – Second and Final Attempt – Salzburg to Zell Am See

TheFlyingFabio continues his adventure of ferrying Just Flight’s Piper Turbo Arrow from Florida to Europe… will he have what it takes to see this grueling test through? Follow along and find out!

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FerryFlight™️ – Leg 8 – First Attempt – Rotterdam to Zell Am See

TheFlyingFabio continues his adventure of ferrying Just Flight’s Piper Turbo Arrow from Florida to Europe… will he have what it takes to see this grueling test through? Follow along and find out!

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FerryFlight™️ – Leg 7 – Prestwick to Rotterdam – Second Attempt

TheFlyingFabio continues his adventure of ferrying Just Flight’s Piper Turbo Arrow from Florida to Europe… will he have what it takes to see this grueling test through? Follow along and find out!

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FerryFlight™️ – Leg 7 – Prestwick to Rotterdam

TheFlyingFabio continues his adventure of ferrying Just Flight’s Piper Turbo Arrow from Florida to Europe… will he have what it takes to see this grueling test through? Follow along and find out!

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WINGSFlight™️ – VFR Flight #4 – Leaving Class B Airspace

This WINGS flight travels from Boston Airport (KBOS) to Nashua Airport (KASH) without Flight Following, much like WINGS VFR 3. The last flight focused on entry to the Class B airspace; in this one, you’ll exit the airspace. Overall, this flight serves as an excellent review of the material covered thus far in Wings Over…

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