FS2004/F2002 SAAB JAS39 Gripen A/B

PreviewThis airplane is used by Swedish Air Force. JAS39 is an airplane for the combat, the attack, and the scout developed as a succession of Viggen. Compared with Viggen, expenditure is pressed to 2/3 or less and weight is pressed to 1/2 or less and more kinds of arms are cut equipped with in large qu...

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This airplane is used by Swedish Air Force. JAS39 is an airplane for the combat, the attack, and the scout developed as a succession of Viggen. Compared with Viggen, expenditure is pressed to 2/3 or less and weight is pressed to 1/2 or less and more kinds of arms are cut equipped with in large quantities and it has the ability that it is launched or can be dropped by higher accuracy. Two kinds of airframes of a single-seat(Type A) and a double-seat(Type B) and original designed Panel for JAS39 are included in this file. Production material and marking design cooperated by Ronny Olofsson(Sweden) by Kazunori Ito.

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The archive Jas39a.zip has 71 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
JAS39A Gripen06.03.030 B
Aircraft.cfg06.07.037.10 kB
JAS39 Gripen.air06.07.0313.46 kB
model06.05.030 B
JAS39 Gripen.mdl06.06.031.00 MB
JAS39 Gripen.mdl.mpi06.06.039.62 kB
Model.cfg06.06.0331 B
panel06.03.030 B
HUD.BMP04.02.00391.05 kB
Panel.cfg06.07.031.39 kB
JAS39Panel.bmp06.06.03769.05 kB
sound06.03.030 B
Sound.cfg06.06.0330 B
texture06.04.030 B
Burner.bmp06.03.0365.05 kB
Fuse01.bmp06.07.031.00 MB
Fuse02.bmp06.06.03257.05 kB
Parts01.bmp06.06.03257.05 kB
PILOT.bmp06.03.03257.05 kB
Wing.bmp06.07.031.00 MB
Gauges06.05.030 B
rcb-gauges06.05.030 B
FlameAndAfterburnerEffectControl.xml02.18.032.88 kB
README Flame.txt04.20.037.95 kB
a320-FLAPS.GAU05.08.9814.50 kB
c17_hudils.gau03.18.01312.00 kB
c17_hudasi.gau03.18.0160.50 kB
c17_hudralt.gau03.18.0162.50 kB
c17_hudhdg.gau03.18.0158.50 kB
f162k_hudcmp.gau02.05.0058.00 kB
f162k_hudvsi2.gau12.13.9939.00 kB
f_alt.gau03.05.9930.50 kB
f15j_gear1.gau03.05.9939.00 kB
f15j_gear2.gau03.05.9939.00 kB
fsd_rf4.ff.1.gau02.12.01117.50 kB
fsd_rf4.rpm.1.gau02.02.01119.00 kB
gps.gau11.28.01320.07 kB
HW_SBK.GAU10.16.9841.00 kB
JA37.adi.gau03.01.00305.50 kB
JAS39.HSI.GAU09.21.99261.50 kB
Sabre.VSI.GAU11.24.9998.50 kB
T33.airsp.GAU12.07.98192.00 kB
Effects06.06.030 B
fx_flankerburner.fx08.10.028.67 kB
fx_flankerflame.fx08.10.021.24 kB
JAS39B Gripen06.07.030 B
Aircraft.cfg06.07.037.10 kB
JAS39 Gripen.air06.07.0313.46 kB
model06.07.030 B
JAS39 Gripen.mdl06.07.031.00 MB
JAS39 Gripen.mdl.mpi06.07.039.62 kB
Model.cfg06.07.0331 B
panel06.07.030 B
Panel.cfg06.07.0337 B
sound06.07.030 B
Sound.cfg06.06.0330 B
texture06.07.030 B
Burner.bmp06.03.0365.05 kB
Fuse01.bmp06.07.031.00 MB
Fuse02.bmp06.06.03257.05 kB
Parts01.bmp06.07.03257.05 kB
PILOT.bmp06.06.03257.05 kB
Wing.bmp06.07.031.00 MB
JAS39A.JPG06.06.0388.36 kB
JAS39B.JPG06.07.0363.26 kB
File_ID.DIZ06.07.03660 B
Helmet.JPG06.07.0336.87 kB
Readme_E.txt06.07.033.29 kB
Readme_J.txt06.07.032.93 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B


Having decided to hop into the cockpit of this Swedish air Force version of the old SAAB JAS39, I thought it would be fun to give it a bit of a different take than usual. Rather than just doing some basic flights and not really pushing myself, I decided that if I was going to hop into the cockpit of a fighter jet that I’d best do it properly!

Preview screenshot

With this mod, then, I decided to take off into the skies and try out some time attack events as well as some tricks in the sky. What I got back was an aircraft that was brutally fast and capable of hitting any time I was setting (within reason) but also an aircraft that handled brilliantly.

A Well-Crafted Recreation

The first thing that I noticed with this mod was just well made it was. With no problems getting it to install or to start flying I soon found that it had no problems with compatibility either. This bad-boy controlled itself with dignity and was very easy to get used to thanks to the various changes made to the flight dynamics and beyond.

This made it much easier to control the whole thing as I flew and also made it nice and simple for me to manage the aircraft during any sticky patches I would hit when flying.

The recreation, though, was deeply accurate. I spent a lot of time comparing flight dynamics and beyond and soon found that this done a positively marvellous job of making that the case. Its excellent levels of accuracy means that I can fly with the firearms equipped and notice a perform drop in terms of speed, but then have access to the real arsenal. In short, this makes flying a much simpler process than before.

Fun to Fly

The most important thing, though, is that it’s easy and fun to fly. It’s got depth and precision within the overall make-up of the aircraft and it also came with a deeply impressive range of changes and systems.

Across the board, this made a significant difference to the way that I could handle the aircraft. It was no longer some high-flying piece of tech that I had no real idea about, but it had since become a genuine recreation of some of the most advanced fighter hardware that we have

I was hugely impressed with how fun this was to fly around with as well as the impressive nature of the model. From start to finish I loved using this mod and would happily recommend it.

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe is a flight sim enthusiast who has been simming since the days of FS95. Adam writes all of the download section editorials after testing each of the files. Adam has extensive knowledge using various flight simulator packages and thoroughly tests the files before writing about them. Adam also like to fly real-world aircraft in his spare time and is training for his PPL.

Should you wish, you can contact Adam via email at adam@flyawaysimulation.com.

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jianqingTue, 17 Nov 2009 15:58:22 GMT
He probado el modelo A, no es para trabajar en FS2004. Así que fui y descargar de nuevo el modelo B. Funciona, pero el panel es de mi Abacus Fly La flota de Airbus! Y los gustos REALMENTE plano para detener !!!!!!!!!! Tuve que borrar!-Spanish!
zulu-dogMon, 10 Jul 2006 16:49:56 GMT
good plane but no landing gear aswell as the sound is not the proper sound. cockpit view is good, i was looking forward to virtual cockpit..

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