Fly Away Simulation

FSX Lockheed Jetstar

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Complete with Base Model
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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943.59 KB
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Scanned 26 days ago (clean)
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Free (Freeware)
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Lockheed Jetstar, the first business jet. A four-engined aircraft, with several engine models installed, the aircraft was in production from 1957 to 1979. It entered service in early 1961. The first two Jetstars were twin engined airplanes, powered by Bristol Siddeley Orpheus turbojet engines. The second was refitted with the four Pratt & Whitney JT12 engines that were installed on all the first Jetstars. Garrett TFE731 turbofans were installed on later airplanes. A total of 204 Jetstars were built by Lockheed in several models. Military versions flew four U.S. Presidents, carrying the Air Force One designation while they were aboard (some jokingly called it Air Force One Half). This model represents the first two Jetstars. By John B. Loney, Jr.

Lockheed Jetstar on runway.

Lockheed Jetstar on runway.

By John B. Loney, Jr.
October 7, 2007


When I had FS5, I downloaded and flew a Lockheed Jetstar Prototype by Eric Johnson. That was one awesome aircraft for FS. When FS2000, 2002 and 2004 were introduced, I looked for, but did not see an update of the aircraft for any of those versions of FS. I missed that aircraft. Now that I have learned to design aircraft to some extent, I thought I'd resurrect the Jetstar Prototype.

I also thought I'd say thanks to Eric by making it as close to his model as I could. I did add the wind tanks that Lockheed installed on the later models, but I keep the gray and white paint scheme.



Unzip the file to a temporary folder. Move the folder Lockheed Jetstar Prototype to the SimObjects\Airplanes folder in FSX.

That's it! Go fly.

Thanks to:

Eric C. Johnson for his work on the original Jetstar Prototype.


I do not accept any responsibility for any damage to any system as a result of using this aircraft. To the best of my knowledge, there is no copyright infringement associated with this file.

As usual, I welcome any comments. I will try to answer as many as I can.

Have fun and enjoy.

Lockheed Jetstar taking off.

Lockheed Jetstar taking off.

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FILE_ID.DIZ10.07.07784 B
jetstar_fs1.jpg10.07.0746.12 kB
jetstar_fs2.jpg10.07.0745.15 kB
jetstar_fs3.jpg10.07.0757.73 kB
jetstar_fs4.jpg10.07.0769.08 kB
jetstar_fs5.jpg10.07.0754.77 kB
jetstar_fs6.jpg10.07.0739.75 kB
jetstar_fs7.jpg10.07.0746.98 kB
jetstar_fs8.jpg10.07.0721.31 kB
jstarfsx.zip10.08.07585.88 kB
readme.txt10.09.073.92 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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