Just Flight is working on several new projects for Microsoft, which range from small and bigger airplanes to a promising AI traffic utility. We recently got a status update from Just Flight about many of the current products in development, and we had to share this with you so that everyone is in the loop about the next releases from the prolific studio!
Starting with FS Traffic, we know it’s very close to completion and that Just Flight is currently doing some internal texts on the product and improving some things here and there. We were told that a decision will be made soon on whether to release FS Traffic this year or early next year. Either way, it should be just a matter of weeks for this promising AI Traffic package to be available for MSFS users.
Moving on to some of the airplanes currently being worked on by Just Flight, there’s a bit of bad news for those looking to get their hands on the PA-38 Tomahawk. It looked great earlier this year, but delays with the visuals that were to be provided by an external source have led this project to be postponed, and it is now likely to be finished in 2023. It’s a bit of a bummer, especially because Just Flight said this would be their “best GA aircraft yet“, but it is what it is… we’ll just have to be a little more patient.
Going on to the bigger birds, Just Flight told us that both the RJ Professional and the F28 are going well and it should be a toss-up between the two to see which one will come out first. Right now, they’re estimated to be out in the first quarter of 2023. Probably not the two, but at least one of them should be available by the end of March.
… But everything else will be left for 2023.
Finally, the development of the Fokker F100 should pick up pace early in the year. Just Flight hopes to provide a detailed description and feature list of that product soon, along with one or two new additions!
In the end, it looks like we’ll be getting a lot of cool new stuff from Just Flight in the earlier months of 2023. For this year, though, FS Traffic may still have a chance, but no other new releases are expected, as the team works on multiple fronts and deals with the PA-38’s delay.
As usual, we’ll keep track of all this stuff along with other cool products Just Flight is working on (the Tornado, the 747, and the A300 come to mind!), so stay tuned for further updates in the next few weeks/months.