Aeroplane Heaven’s Lancaster B Mk.I

The Dambuster

I first became aware of the Avro Lancaster as a young boy on a visit to my local model shop. As I looked around this Aladdin’s cave stacked full of potential adventures, my gaze settled upon the box artwork of one particular model made by Airfix. It depicted a dramatic scene of an aircraft attempting to land at an airfield just before dawn (having no doubt returned from a night mission) with its undercarriage lowered and flames billowing from its port outer engine. The subject of this painting was the Avro Lancaster. My imagination was immediately fired and my enthusiasm and interest in the Lancaster has remained strong ever since. So, when I heard that Aeroplane Heaven (AH) had released a simulation of the Lancaster B Mk.I for FSX and Prepar3D, I could not wait to get hold of a copy to find out what AH had done with this iconic aircraft…


Virtual unboxing

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