AlphaSim Releases EE Lightning

Now available from AlphaSim for FS2004 and FS2002 is the English Electric Lightning F.1/F.2 set. The first of three Lightning packages, this set features two unique 2D panels and virtual cockpits and three aircraft models. For more information, click on Read More.

New from AlphaSim - the EE Lightning F1, F.1A and F.2. New addition to the RAF Section - the English Electric Lightning F.1/F.2 Set. The first of three definitive Lightning packages, this suite of models is loaded with quality features worthy of the great RAF interceptor. The three superb models, the F.1, F.1A and F.2, were built and tested with the assistance of an ex-pilot of the Lightning and are accompanied by no less than seven high-detail and authentic texture sets. Two unique 2D panels and two virtual cockpits are included, the latter just bristles with detail - without being hard on frame rates. A desk-vibrating sound set is also part of the package, and the models are further brought to life by some amazing afterburner effects, wingtip vortices, smoke, drag chute, great pilot/seat detail and stunning reflective textures. A Flying Manual in MS Word format provides a list of keypresses, a history of the Lightning and a very thorough Flying Guide, which is a must for experts and novices alike.

For FS2002 and FS2004.

More information on SimShack.

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Ian Stephens

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Steve ThomasWed, 15 Feb 2012 22:31:18 GMT

Hello, how do I get my hands on the Lightning F.1/F.2 set? Is there a F6 version out there?

roderick lawsonTue, 28 May 2013 16:07:33 GMT

Where is the gear? It doesn't take many words to find out why there is no gear.

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