Vulcan Teaser from Just Flight Published

By
Alex John
Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Since its announcement last week, Just Flight has published a video teaser of the Avro Vulcan in X-Plane 11.

The product is to contain the Avro Vulcan B Mk2, K.2, and MRR variants and is being developed for X-Plane 11 with the assistance of Thranda Design.

Today's video shows the aircraft taking off and flying about, as well as showing an extension of the landing gear.

Some screenshots uploaded to the product page can be seen below.

The product page reads: "The Vulcan B Mk2 is an iconic, four-engine, delta-wing strategic bomber which saw service in the UK during the Cold War. XM655, on which this product is based, was the third-from-last Vulcan to be produced for the Royal Air Force. It was delivered in 1964 and saw service as part of the UK’s nuclear deterrent force throughout the 60s and 70s. It is now being preserved by a team of volunteers at Wellesbourne Airfield.

"This product also includes the K.2 Air-to-Air Refueling and Maritime Radar Reconnaissance (MRR) variants that saw service with the Royal Air Force."

The aircraft is to include "PBR materials, ground equipment, a range of realistic payload options, detailed animations including a multi-stage brake parachute, realistic flight instruments and V/UHF radio unit, fully functioning magnetic indicators, warning lights and push-to-test buttons, checklists for every stage of flight and numerous custom-coded systems and avionics."

Further information, as well as a detailed description of all its features, is available to view on the product page.

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