L-1011 TriStar Jetliner
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GAME DESCRIPTION

The sophisticated TriStar was years ahead of its time when it first flew in the early 1970s, but the cost of developing its RB-211 engines almost bankrupted Rolls-Royce and Lockheed only survived with a loan from the US Government.
The Just Flight TriStar package features four highly accurate L-1011 variants in 25 paint schemes:
 
L-1011-500 civilian airliner
Royal Air Force TriStar C2 (passenger)
K1 (passenger/air-to-air tanker)
KC1 (cargo/air-to-air tanker)
The highly detailed virtual cockpit features an engineer's panel (complete with refuelling controls on the K1 and KC1) and fully functioning Inertial Navigation System. Roll augmentation, Direct Lift Control and active control system are simulated.
 
The aircraft feature high definition 2048x2048 textures, a deployable in-flight refuelling drogue on the tanker variants, authentic sound set from Turbine Sound Studios, and a comprehensive 100-page manual with flight tutorial and INS guide is included.
 
FEATURES OVERVIEW
 
Highly accurate L-1011-500 TriStar model, built over drawings and plans of the real aircraft
Royal Air Force TriStar C2 (passenger), K1 (passenger/air-to-air tanker) and KC1 (cargo/air-to-air tanker) variants included
Fully functioning INS unit for realistic navigation
Highly detailed virtual cockpit including Engineer's panel (with refuelling controls on the K1 and KC1)
Authentic sound set from Turbine Sound Studios delivers the full force of the three Rolls-Royce RB211 turbofan engines
Deployable in-flight refuelling drogue
Comprehensive manual including flight tutorial
Accurate flight dynamics closely simulate the real aircraft performance envelope - roll augmentation, direct lift control and active control system are simulated
Multiple interior and exterior viewpoints, including wing views
COCKPIT FEATURES
 
Fully functional virtual cockpit with nearly all switches, knobs and levers animated and functional
Fully featured 2D panel including numerous pop-up panels
- Overhead panel
- Radio/pedestal panel
- Engineers panel
- Throttle quadrant
- INS or GPS
- Lighting panel
Analogue and tape engine instruments included
Sim-icons in both the 2D and virtual cockpit for easy access to pop-up panels
Fully functioning Inertial Navigation System included
‘Baked’ textures create an authentic used look to the virtual cockpit area and controls
Authentic gauges and navigational equipment, including RMI, HSI and INS
Functional autopilot/autothrottle system including navigation hold mode that can be linked to the INS or GPS unit
Standard and widescreen 2D panel included
radio suite featuring DME, NAV, ADF, COMMS and Transponder
Sim-icons for easy toggling of air stairs and cargo loader
Functional annunciators for engine and flight systems
Dramatic night lighting effects for the instruments and panels
In-flight refuelling hose-and-drogue controls on Engineer's panel
EXTERIOR MODEL FEATURES
 
Highly accurate L-1011-500 TriStar model, built over drawings and plans of the real aircraft
RAF C2, K1 and KC1 variants included
High definition 2048 x 2048 textures
Animated flying surfaces, landing gear, doors, airbrakes and engine cowlings
Accurately modeled six-stage Fowler flaps and spoilers
Highly detailed and accurately animated main landing gear with complex struts, hydraulic lines and brake systems, realistic suspension and accurate retraction routines
Air stairs for the forward and aft passenger doors
Cargo loader for military variants with large fuselage cargo door
Fully modelled passenger and lower deck cargo doors
Animated large fuselage freight door on KC1 variant
Animated windscreen wipers
Lighting and special effects include strobes, beacon and navigation lights and landing lights correctly modelled into the leading edges of the wings
Specular map to give realistic light effects on the aircraft surfaces
Bump mapping to give a more realistic 3D effect to aircraft liveries
Accurately modelled and animated twin centre line hose-and-drogue in-flight refuelling system on the K1 and KC1 models
Military variants feature accurately modelled directional infrared counter measure devices
MODEL DETAILS
L-1011-500 (L-1011-385-3)
The L-1011-500 first flew in 1978 and featured a fuselage reduced in length by four metres, an increased fuel capacity which extended the range of the aircraft by over 1,000 miles, and a more powerful variant of the RB211 engine. The following year it entered service with its first airline, British Airways. The aircraft went on to form the backbone of both the Delta and British Airways fleets, favoured for its aerodynamic improvements, lower cabin noise and increased range.
TriStar K1
Two of the six aircraft that the RAF purchased from British Airways were converted by Marshalls Aerospace into K1s. The K1 is capable of carrying 187 passengers as well as cargo and operates in air transport and air-to-air refuelling roles. The K1 features a twin centre line hose-and-drogue in-flight refuelling system and directional infrared counter measure devices.
TriStar KC1
Four of the six aircraft that the RAF purchased from British Airways were converted by Marshalls Aerospace into KC1s. The KC1 can carry a combination of up to 31 tons of freight and 160 passengers, operating in air-to-air refuelling and cargo roles. A fuselage freight door was added to allow for the loading of large cargo pallets.
TriStar C2/C2A
The RAF purchased three TriStars from Pan Am and these were put into military service as C2s, largely unchanged from their civilian days. The C2/C2A is capable of carrying up to 266 passengers and is used in air transport and aeromedical roles.
 
CIVILIAN LIVERIES
 
British Airways Landor (G-BLUS)
British Airtours (G-BFCB)
BWIA (9Y-TGJ)
Air Canada (C-GAGF)
Pan Am (N503PA)
TAP Air Portugal (CS-TEA)
LAM Mozambique
Hewa Bora Airways
TAAG Angola Airlines
LTU (D-AERL)
ATA (N161AT)
United Airlines (N511PA)
Air Lanka (4R-ULB)
Saudi Arabian Royal Flight
Air Mauritius
Euro Atlantic (CS-TEB)
Novair
Saudia
Star Airlines
Royal Jordanian Airlines
MILITARY LIVERIES
K1, Desert Storm (ZD951)
C2A, Grey Scheme (ZE704)
K1, White Scheme (ZD951)
KC1, Grey Scheme (ZD953)
C2, Development Aircraft (ZD948)

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT

System Requirements:
Supported OS:  
Windows 8,Windows 7,Windows Vista,Windows XP
Processor:  
3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
RAM:  
1 GB
Hard Disk:  
4.1 GB
Video Card:  
512 MB VRAM
Additional Requirements:  
Requires Flight Simulator X (Acceleration or SP2 required).

Publisher: Just Flight London
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