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Bear Studios Releases Advanced F-7 Skybolt

Posted on Sun, 03 Oct 2004 02:36:21 GMT
Now available from Bear Studios for FS2004 is the F-7 Skybolt. Creating using Gmax, this single engine jet fighter is capable of Mach 2 flight and comes with a variety of liveries, virtual cockpit, special effects and more. For details, click on Read More.
Bear Studios is today pleased to announce the release of their new F-7 Skybolt aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.

Uniquely designed using advanced graphics and modelling techniques, the Bear Studios F-7 will give you the true feel of what it is like to fly a mach 2, high-tech jet aircraft.

A few of the features are:

  • Full simulation on the Radar system. Now you can catch and trace the AI or player's aircraft using the SSR-266 Radar.
  • Integrated western style gauges.
  • Autopilot system has real functions from the KJ-11A Autopilot system that is on the real F-7 aircraft.
  • Cockpit layout based on Chengdu Aircraft Group`s F-7M/MG Prototype aircraft
  • Realistic navigation procedures (using VOR and ILS systems)
  • Easy to read Operational Flight Manual included
  • All movable parts animated, including landing gear, control surfaces, airbrakes, canopy and afterburner nozzle, and more.
  • Five different variations of aircraft to make up the whole F-7 jet fighter family
  • Clickable virtual cockpit with active radar display screen
  • Optional AI traffic friendly models
  • Flight dynamics tested by ex-fighter pilots who fly F-7P and F-7M
  • Speeds capable of Mach 2 speed
  • Functional afterburner, with special effects
  • 6 different liveries for each variation
  • 28 aircraft with different payloads
  • Auto-controled aux-intake door and nose cone
  • Realistic aircraft performance
  • Gmax 3D-model based upon manufacturer technical documentation
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Ian Stephens is a Flight Simulation enthusiast with a keen interest in aviation and technology. He has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years.

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