Just Flight is a well-known name in the flight simulation industry. Historically, its focus has been on general aviation aircraft and classic military jets, but recently the company has branched out into high-fidelity classic jetliners.
These include the VC10, L-1011 Professional and the 747 Classic, which is currently in development (see issue 123 for our full interview). With three new airliners in the works, the Bae 146 Professional, Fokker F28 Fellowship and the Airbus A300B4, we caught up with Martyn Northall to find out more about these projects.
PC Pilot: Traditionally, Just flight has focused on military and GA aircraft. Why did you decide to branch out into classic jetliners and in particular the Fokker F28, BAe 146, and Airbus A300?