Just Flight continues to work on a selection of very interesting airplanes for Microsoft Flight Simulator. After finding success with small planes like the PA-28R Arrow and the Hawk T1/A, the British studio has now turned its attention to old regional airliners, such as the BAe 146 and the Fokker F28 Fellowship.
Today, we’re bringing you a small update from Just Flight, who shared a few new images of the F28’s exterior, more specifically showcasing three new liveries from Canadian operators who flew the aircraft: Canadian Regional Airlines, Horizon, and Time Air.
As revealed in the previous development update, visuals for the F28 are now mostly complete, but Just Flight still has a long way to go when it comes to programming the aircraft’s systems, which means a release is not expected any time soon. The 146 is likely to be out first, then.
While Just Flight is sparse in words this time, the new images speak for themselves. The F28 is looking simply superb in MSFS, and these “old” liveries suit it very well, especially that striking Time Air in chrome. It just exudes an 80s vibe that will surely bring back old memories to Canadian fliers.
Just Flight seems determined to offer a wide variety of liveries with the F28 Fellowship, as we see today but also from previous updates. Make sure to check those previous bits of information, which contain additional details about what’s expected of this airplane, along with a variety of images from the external model and the flight deck as well.
As usual, we will bring you any further updates as they become available from Just Flight. The F28 may be an old aircraft, arguably less interesting than the modern Boeings and Airbuses, but it’s still an airliner, and those continue to be very welcome in MSFS. Especially if Just Flight delivers the level of quality we are now used to!