Browsing: Tornado GR1

FSX

Just Flight – Tornado GR1 Preview

By 0

Still very active on the social networks, Just Flight uploaded today new pictures in the preview album of the Tornado GR1 model for P3D / FSX. Produced during the 1980’s and 1990’s, the RAF twin engine multirole combat aircraft will come with a highly detailed virtual cockpit and extensive ground…

FSX

JustFlight – Tornado GR1 Now on simMarket

By 0

youtu.be/qZr9ow225MQ Calling all Tornado Fans! JustFlights GR1 is now available on the simMarket store. Features include 2048 x 2048 textures, the signature wing sweep modeled and animated using real-world extension/retraction times and many others. Simply head over to the store page to get your copy today if you haven’t already!

FSX

Just Flight – Tornado GR1 patch SP3

By 0

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF3aNfpFUH8 Fellow pilots, maybe you will fly your Tornado GR1 again, yes the one recently purchased at Just Flight. The British developers team released another update, Service Pack 3, for P3D V3 compatibility and also to fix various kinds of issues related with the exterior model, the controls, the animated…

FSX

JustFlight – Tornado GR1 Release

By 0

JustFlight has released its Tornado GR1  today. The Tornado is a multi-role combat aircraft. Its primary role is high speed, low level ground attack, but it is also capable of long range, high altitude interception. If You’re a military aircraft type of guy or just fond of the Tornado then its worth…

FSX

Just Flight Tornado GR1 Video preview

By 0

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZr9ow225MQ The Tornado GR1 will certainly be a hit according to the high interest raised in the community upon each brib of technical info, screenshot or video that Just Flight shares. In the above video, some key features are showcased like the payloads and variable-sweep Swing Wing. Get also preview screenshots here.

FSX

Just Flight Tornado VC preview

By 0

After the Canberra PR9, Just Flight designers are now developing a Tornado GR1 model, again for FSX / P3D V2 / P3D V1. They are modelling their product upon the Royal Air Force variant, introduced at the end of the 1970’s.