Just Flight has just released 707 Professional. The Boeing 707 was a landmark in airline travel and this FS2004 version captures that with massive detail and authentic features. For full information, click on Read More.
The plane that brought commercial air travel to the masses is now doing the same for FS2004 enthusiasts. 707 Professional is shipping out today - order your copy now for £25.99/€44.95/$44.99.
The Boeing 707 made its first transatlantic passenger flight in 1958 and with its spacious accommodation and high speed it soon became the first choice for airlines around the world.
Captain Sim, the development team behind the highly successful 727 Professional, has turned their attention to Boeing's landmark airliner and the results are stupendous! The
level of detail is massive and authentic features abound. The 707 was a true landmark in the history of commercial aviation and 707 Professional is set to hold the same title in flight simulation.
- Created in exacting detail from the high resolution liveries to the distinctive sounds of the engines.
- Variants of the 707 include the -320 ADV as well as the -320 in cargo guise. There's also the famous VC-137C known as `Air Force One' - the US President's personal transport, as well as the E-3A AWACS with its massive rotating radar dish above the rear fuselage.
- 707 Professional has all the features you expect in the Just Flight `Professional' range, with accurate animations and features such as TCE Textures and Configuration
- The package comes with 19 authentic liveries, including British Airways, Air France, BOAC Lufthansa and Qantas
Don't take our word for it - here's what the press said:
"...it completely blows the competition away...a tour de force..." FlightSim.Com
"...this is made for you! 9/10" avionic-online.com
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