Aeroplane Heaven Spitfire Takes Flight in MSFS

Aeroplane Heaven has released the Mk1A Supermarine Spitfire for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

A2A Mk1A Supermarine Spitfire

The package from Aeroplane Heaven sports the Mk1As, which fought in the Battle of Britain. It also includes a faithful recreation of N3200 - QV, one of The Dunkirk Spitfires unearthed from the Normandy beaches and was restored to flying condition.

Aeroplane Heaven takes you through all the necessary steps needed to fly a Spitfire, and point out some of the design's unique features and get you as close as possible to feeling what it would have been like to fly this incredible aircraft.

A2A Mk1A Supermarine Spitfire


  • Beautifully crafted exterior and interior models built from years of research and using factory drawings and plans.
  • Fully detailed authentic cockpit with unique animations and functions.
  • Modern avionics suite available with a switch-out for those that like a modern approach to simming
  • Special effects include engine exhaust and radiator heat vapour
  • Highly accurate animated pilot with correct 1938 pattern goggles, sunshade and oxygen mask.
  • Functional exterior battery cart, mandatory for starting early Spitfires
  • Professional Merlin II sound set.
  • Highly accurate flight dynamics and performance specifications ensure an authentic flight.
  • Custom coding irons out MSFS taildragger modelling.

A2A Mk1A Supermarine Spitfire

Six authentic liveries

  • 19 Squadron - "QV" original and restored versions.
  • 19 Squadron - "QV-K Squadron Leader Brian Lane Yellow nose.
  • 602 Squadron - "LO-G" P.O. O. Hanbury
  • 609 Squadron - "PR-F" PO Sydney Jenkin Hill
  • 610 Squadron - "DW-E" PO Constantine Pegge
  • 54 Squadron - "KL-B" F.O. A. "Al" Deere
  • 74 Squadron - "ZP-C" Squadron Leader John Freeborn.