Just Flight seems to be full steam ahead to get its simulation of the BAe 146 released for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The British airliner is currently undergoing a thorough beta stage, getting ready to join the limited selection of airliners currently available in MSFS.
To get everyone even more excited, Just Flight is starting today with a series of development updates coming directly from Project Lead Martyn Northall, who takes us on a short test flight from Southampton (EGHI) to Bournemouth (EGHH), presenting some details about the current state of the aircraft along with a selection of some really nice new images.
This first update of a planned three has been published in Just Flight’s in-development blog, where we usually get new statements from the team and regular previews for ongoing projects. This time we’re getting something a little different, with direct descriptions of each image, starting from the aircraft parked on the tarmac, until pushback begins as we start our journey to EGHH. The next stages of this flight will be revealed in the coming days.
Just Flight says the aircraft’s systems are now fully operational but continue to get fine-tuning and improvements as the team of testers puts the airplane through its paces. Previous Just Flight releases proved to be quite reliable from the start, so clearly the developers like to release a product that is very much near the peak of its capabilities.
Without further ado, check the full details of this “photographic” test flight, which we reproduce below chronologically for your convenience, with their respective captions. And if you’re looking for something more alive, go watch this revealing preview video from a couple of months ago.