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    Just Flight’s Tornado GR1 simulation is based on one of the most distinguished aircraft to have served with the Royal Air Force – ZA465 'Foxy Killer'. Having flown the most sorties of any of the Tornado fleet in the Gulf War, it was then assigned to the famous 617 'Dambusters' squadron before being preserved for posterity by the Imperial War Museum Duxford.

    The Tornado GR1 is a tandem (twin seat) multi-role combat aircraft. Its primary role is high speed, low level ground attack, but it is also capable of long range, high altitude interception and ground attack. It can carry out these roles in any weather using a wide range of weapons, external stores and sensors, including a terrain following radar. The Tornado is fitted with cantilever shoulder wings with variable sweepback between 25° and 67°. Forward wing sweep provides take-off and landing capabilities at low speeds. For all other stages of flight the wings are manually swept in accordance with the desired Mach number and mission phase, thus providing the aircraft with a highly versatile operating envelope.

    Following on from their award winning Canberra PR9 and L-1011 Tristar Professional, this highly detailed simulation of the Panavia Tornado GR1 was developed by Just Flight's in-house development team following comprehensive, hands-on research with the real-life ZA465 'Foxy Killer' at the Imperial War Museum Duxford.


    • Add-on includes additional IDS external model
    • Accurately modelled using real-world aircraft plans
    • Numerous animations including canopy, crew ladder, ground power unit, APU door, flags and covers
    • Accurately animated control surfaces including tailerons, flaps, slats, spoilers and airbrakes
    • Animated crew with visors and masks
    • 2048 x 2048 textures are used to produce the highest possible texture clarity
    • Bump and specular mapping use throughout the aircraft to produce a truly 3D feel
    • Signature wing sweep faithfully modelled and animated using real-world extension/retraction times
    • Animated reverse buckets, in-flight refuelling probe and arrestor hook
    • Authentic GR1 payload with the option to cycle between different payload configurations:
      • Mk.13/114 GP bomb
      • BL-755 cluster bomb
      • JP233
      • CPU-123/B LGB
      • Sea Eagle
      • 1500L fuel tank
      • 2250L 'Hindenburg' fuel tank (with authentic wing sweep limit)
      • AIM-9L/M
      • BOZ-107
      • Skyshadow ECM


    • A truly 3D virtual cockpit right down to the cables and piping - every instrument is constructed fully in 3D with smooth animations
    • Pilot and navigator positions included
    • Cockpit textures feature wear and tear based on reference photos taken in the real aircraft to produce an authentic environment
    • Highly detailed ejection seat
    • Realistic heads-up display (HUD)
    • Functional terrain-following radar (TFR) including e-scope, radar warning receiver (RWR) and map
    • Authentic autopilot with track, heading, altitude and speed hold modes
    • Functional CSAS and SPILS systems
    • Built-in test equipment (BITE) for a variety of systems
    • Functioning oxygen regulator system with realistic consumption based on altitude – watch the oxygen quantity drop with usage!
    • Interactive checklists for every stage of flight
    • Realistic V/UHF, TACAN and ILS radio units – save and recall commonly used frequencies
    • Aircraft configuration system that will allow you to choose between 'cold & dark', or ready for take-off
    • Authentic night-lighting with independently controlled circuits
    • Accurately modelled and animated canopy with handles and strut, functioning jack release and jettison
    • Fully functioning magnetic indicators, warning lights and push-to-test buttons
    • Numerous 2D pop-up panels are included to provide easy access to cockpit controls and instruments, all accessible from an unobtrusive panel selector
    • Functioning navigator displays - view information regarding flight plans and the active route, and configure fuel, payload and in-flight refuelling
    • No detail is too small – even the option to switch between day and night modes on the landing gear indicator is included!


    24 authentic colour schemes are included:

    • Royal Air Force – MRCA
    • Royal Air Force – Boscombe Down
    • Royal Air Force – Gulf War scheme (MiG Eater)
    • Royal Air Force – 617 Squadron
    • Royal Air Force – 12 Squadron
    • Royal Air Force – 16 Squadron, 75th Anniversary
    • Royal Air Force – 14 Squadron, 75th Anniversary
    • Royal Air Force – 45 Squadron / TWCU
    • Royal Air Force – 31 Squadron 7th Anniversary
    • Royal Air Force – 15 Squadron 75th Anniversary
    • Royal Saudi Air Force – 7 Squadron
    • German Air Force – Early Development
    • German Air Force – JBG-33
    • German Air Force – JBG-31
    • German Air Force – AG51, Tiger Meet
    • German Navy – New scheme
    • German Navy – Early scheme
    • German Navy – 2002 Display Colours
    • German Navy – 90th Anniversary of Naval Aviation
    • Italian Air Force – MM55011, 50th Anniversary of the AMI scheme
    • Italian Air Force – Gulf War scheme
    • Italian Air Force – Early scheme
    • Italian Air Force – 155 Gruppo Tiger Meet 2002
    • Italian Air Force – 102 Gruppo 60th Anniversary


    • Realistic secondary flight control system, including variable wing sweep, flaps, slats, lift-dump system and airbrakes that automatically vary position depending on airspeed
    • Functioning manoeuvre flap system
    • Custom-coded fuel system – front, rear, wing and external tanks are all simulated with functioning in-flight refuelling, transfer and dump systems
    • Custom-coded hydraulics system with independent supply from each engine pump, functioning isolation valves and accumulators
    • Custom-coded electrical system with engine-driven generators, AC and DC systems, busbars and external power
    • Functioning auxiliary power unit (APU) and emergency power supply (EPS) systems
    • Realistic cross-drive system, allowing for the engine driven gearboxes to be interconnected in the event of emergencies or for single engine operations
    • Functional fire detection and extinguisher system
    • Variable nose-wheel steering sensitivity
    • Realistic warning system (CWP and attention getters)
    • Authentic throttle functionality with rocking throttle levers for preselecting the lift-dump and reverse thrust systems, and taxi nozzle for limiting power during taxiing
    • Variable position canopy
    • Emergency braking, landing gear and canopy systems
    • Functional environmental control system, including a cabin altitude schedule based on real world data


    • Realistic and accurate flight dynamics based on real-world performance and handling data, and input from Tornado aircrew
    • Authentic sound-set, developed by Turbine Sound Studios (TSS)
    • Flight monitoring system that will give the ability to review parameters from your flight including G-Force, fuel consumption, distance travelled and speed
    • Comprehensive PDF manual with panel guide and performance data
    • Realistic lighting and effects system


    Two full-colour PDF manuals are included with the software:

    • 144-page Operations Manual including a Tornado Flight Tutorial
    • 40-page Operating Data Manual with performance charts for all phases of flight


    Flight Simulator X (Acceleration required), FSX: Steam Edition or Prepar3D
    Intel i5 3.2GHz or similar
    4GB RAM
    1GB graphics card
    Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP (32-bit or 64-bit)
    3.5GB hard drive space






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    I was skeptical about the modeling of this aircrafts high Mach speed capabilities from the start. After being dismissed out of hand by JF when I asked why these are so underpowered and max out at M1.29, I spent months researching the GR1. I found videos, books articles etc that included aircraft development records and gulf war pilots real world testimony that all state the GR1 absolutely should be able to achieve Mach 2plus easily above FL320. But these simulator versions cannot go any faster than M1.29 while clean and level. A “Overspeed” warning always pops up around M1.35 (when flying nearly straight down in full burn) which is just not accurate at all. Even the included manual and at least one of the aircraft selection details about a specific livery (MRCA PO2 XX946) state the aircrafts capabilities of flying well over Mach 2.+ above 32000 feet in level flight (flt 281 5/3/79), with a clean load. Yet these are not capable or even close to being able to fly as fast as they should! I expect more from JF. Other bugs I reported such as a crash when trying to load a flight with a flight plan, a interior light switch that causes the throttle for engine one to not move past 50% and others were confirmed by JF to being fixed in future updates, but not the low Mach speed limits. That said, the plane is still pretty and fun to fly low hugging the hillsides and clipping tree tops. All full load out specs add up, but not speeds while clean. So if flight model speed characteristics accuracy and consistency are important to you then skip this for now and wait to see if JF corrects the issues. As is this Tornado is little more than a low altitude dust devil.


    After some very strange technical issues that amounted to a nice set of GR1s that could not turn right or pitch up, JustFlight sent me a replacement file to correct the problem. Only issue now is that when selecting “console” lights On the left throttle gets stuck at %50 max, while the right travels all the way from zero to max.so I just don’t turn on those lights. I’m not terribly bothered by this. The planes are truly decked out with what seems to be a full compliment of instruments including a variable ride terrain following capability. These are complex machines and the simulation shows it. Reading the manual definitely helped me learn to fly these magnificent birds. Not really a throttle up and fly kind of situation here, though with some previous experience flying other military aircraft of the same era the learning curve isn’t too steep. Loads of detail and switches to flip (better know what they do though) makes me feel like this is a top tier add on. When clean they can reach extreme speeds upwards of Mach 2+ and are realistically simulated to reduced speeds when loaded up. So unlike say the entry level Virtavia you cannot go max speed with a full load, and in case it’s not obvious that’s normal. Smooth frame rates in my experience with my Win10 3.2ghz i7 16GB ram Intel 630UHD integrated GPU with 128mb dedicated and the rest shared with the ram. No problem despite the minimums suggest a 1GB GRaphics card. A very cool addition to my virtual military history museum collection and anybody else’s.


    Der Tornado GR1 ist ein Super Flugzeug, man kann wirklich alle Schalter und Hebel bedienen vom Cockpitlicht über die Hydraulik bis zu den Schubreglern und die Track Flächen um nur einige zu nennen. Die Lackierungen sind auch sehr gut gelungen und sehr Realistisch. Es Gibt Royal Air Force, Italienische Luft Waffe, Deutsche Luft Waffe und eine Golf Krieg Lackierung. Ich kann nur abschließend sagen wer einen guten Tornado Fliegen will sollte hier zugreifen, und für den Preis von 37,95 Euro ist das ein unschlagbares Angebot. Kaufempfehlung von mir.





    € 34.96