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Just Flight – BAe 146 Professional v0.2.1a

Note: See README.txt after extracting! Please follow the activation procedure again even if you used previous versions of this aircraft.

Note: To update navigation data, you can use the Navigraph NavData from this post (jf_146_prof_msfs_XXXX.rar).

v0.2.1a / v2.1.0a:
– Progressive refuelling functionality added to EFB aircraft page, compatible with GSX
– Nose wheel steering accuracy and smoothness improved
– Manual speed flipchart option added – with the FLIPCHART WT SYNC option disabled, you can now use left and right arrows to change the speed flipchart weight
– General performance optimisation
– Numerous EFB fixes and improvements, including the ability to draw on the Navigraph charts
– SimBrief import payload option now syncs the correct passenger number, cargo quantity and ZFW (new SimBrief profiles for each 146 variant are provided)
– Red warning added to EFB aircraft page when maximum ZFW has been exceeded
– Yoke checklist turns white when placing cursor over yoke clip clickspot (using LOCK interaction mode) – fixed
– TMS modes can no longer be reselected following a TMS fault/failure

– UNS-1 FMS bug fixes and improvements, including:
– UNS-1 flying tri-oval patterns when ‘left’ holding pattern direction selected – fixed
– Improvements to holding pattern logic, based on feedback from real 146/UNS-1 pilots.
– Entering waypoints named “DISCO” causes a **NO LINK** discontinuity – fixed
– UNS-1 freezes when entering arrival procedures at airports that have duplicated approaches in their Navdata (e.g. YBBN, VGHS) – fixed
– Waypoints not sequencing correctly on VNAV PATH page when using DTO function – fixed
– PVOR and SXTK text colour on MANEUVER page changed to blue to indicate that these functions are not yet simulated
– HOLDING page displays 1/2 pages even though only one is available – fixed
– HOLDING page ‘FIX’ and ‘INBD’ text do not swap when toggling direction of turn left/right – fixed
– Various improvements for ATC communications when using the UNS-1

– Autopilot VS hold ELEVATOR TRIM UP/DOWN control assignments – fixed
– APU state now correctly restored when using state saving
– 146-200 cabin window seal issue – fixed
– Improvements to fuel pump logic to prevent flameouts when accidentally switching off fuel pumps when airborne
– No visible cargo on QC/QT variants – fixed
– 146-200QC TNT incorrect cockpit registration placard – fixed
– 146-300 United Express livery – fixed
– Missing part on air stairs handrail – fixed
– 146-200 tail skid missing – fixed
– VHF/HF aerial toggle EFB options – fixed
– Cabin attendant call panel ‘E.I.C.’ button typo – fixed
– Minor tweaks to cockpit sidewall texture reflectivity
– VHF COM radio test digits clipping edge of display – fixed
– Xbox controller rudder steering axis assignments – fixed
– ‘Modern’ FMS not powering on (Xbox version only) – fixed
– Improved standby altimeter counter accuracy around thousand-foot boundaries (non-Marketplace version only)
– EFB cabin announcements, auto cabin crew and cabin ambient sounds automatically disabled when flying the QC/QT variants but not restored when next flying a passenger variant – fixed (non-marketplace version only)
– Yoke checklists reappearing when selected hidden and then switching camera views – fixed (non-marketplace version only)
– Updated operations manual to v2.1
– Updated EFB manual to v2.1
– Updated UNS-1 manual to v1.1

Following on from their popular Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer and PA-28 family of aircraft for MSFS, Just Flight’s in-house team has developed this highly detailed simulation of the 146 regional jet following comprehensive, hands-on research with a real-world aircraft, G-JEAO, which retired from service with British European Airways in 2000 and is now preserved at the de Havilland Aircraft Museum, and the CC.Mk2 and C.Mk3 aircraft of Royal Air Force, 32 (The Royal) Squadron.

Just Flight are excited to bring you the 146 ‘Whisper Jet’ – featuring the 100, 200 and 300 series of this classic British airliner. The design process of what was to become the 146-100 began under Hawker Siddeley in 1973, when the iconic high T-tail, short undercarriage, four engines and distinctive airbrake were chosen to produce a regional airliner with short-field performance and quiet operation. The 146-100 first flew in 1981, followed by the stretched 200 series in 1982 and the 300 series in 1988.

The Royal Air Force purchased three 146-100s in 1986 and these were operated by The Queen’s Flight, designated the CC.Mk2 ‘Statesman’ and equipped with VIP cabins. The aircraft were used to transport the British royal family and senior members of the UK military and government.

The 146 was also popular with cargo operators due to its excellent capacity and low engine noise, allowing for night flights into city airports. Two cargo variants were developed: the convertible passenger and freight variant (QC) and the freight-only Quiet Trader (QT). The Royal Air Force also operated two 200QC aircraft, designated the C.Mk3.

Eight variants of the 146 are included in this product – the 100 to 300 passenger variants, the 200QC and QT, 300 QT, RAF CC.Mk2 ‘Statesman’ and C.Mk3 – offering a wide variety of configurations, ranges and flight operations across the globe.

The exterior models are stunningly detailed, featuring 8K and 4K textures for incredible clarity and the latest Physical Based Rendering (PBR) material technology to produce realistic metallic, plastic and glass surfaces. Realistic animations include trailing-edge flap mechanisms, spoilers, large tail-mounted airbrake and all passenger and cargo doors.

The Captain and First Officer positions in the cockpit are modelled with hundreds of functional switches, knobs and controls. The aircraft features complex custom-coded systems based on real-world FCOMs, including hydraulic, electrical, fuel and pressurisation, and the cockpit is also fitted with a functional Thrust Management System (TMS) and comprehensive navigation equipment which includes an FMS.

The aircraft are brought to life with immersive dynamic lighting and 3D Wwise sounds, with unique flight dynamics for each variant and custom effects from condensation and contrails to realistic exterior lighting.

The 146 was flown all around the world and over 30 airline liveries from the UK, USA, Europe and Australia are included, bringing you many iconic airlines and paint schemes.


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