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    Flight1 / JSS Simulations - Transall C-160

    The Transall C-160 spent 50 years providing logistical support to many of the world's air forces. A truly versatile aircraft providing aerial refuelling, electronic intelligence, communications and of course cargo discharge. This quality aircraft at a reasonable price is the first of many fantastic aircraft combining both realism and quality from new developer JSS Simulations.

    Unique Features

    The Transall C-160 comes with fully working systems including pressurization, highly detailed static elements including wheel chocks and pitot covers, 3D pilots and even a simulated discharge procedure.

    JSS Simulations have teamed up with Milviz/REX and the Transall C-160 comes complete with an integrated API for the Advantage Advanced Weather Radar.

    Flight1 / JSS Simulations - Transall C-160 for FSX and P3D

    External Features

    • Very accurate and highly detailed aircraft interior and exterior (including cargo hold with lighting)
    • High resolution textures of four air force liveries (German, French, South African and Turkish)
    • Loads of 3D animations
    • Self-shade
    • Pre-saved views

    Popup Panels

    • Animated sections including cargo door, left & right jump doors, crew windows, inspection hatches, nose cone & toggle yoke
    • Open/close doors and cargo bays
    • Add/remove wheel chocks
    • Add/remove safety cones
    • Pitot and engine covers on/off

    Flight1 / JSS Simulations - Transall C-160 interior

    Internal Features

    • Complete 3D flight deck including functioning TCAS
    • Instrument reflections
    • Loads of 3D animations including night flight UV lights
    • High resolution textures (2048 x 2048)
    • Custom lighting control
    • Self-shade
    • Pre-saved views

    Avionics and Systems

    • All gauges and switches fully functional (within the limitations of FSX) and clickable
    • Audible switch and knob sounds
    • Working cabin pressurization system
    • Dimmable panel/panel lighting including varied UV lights (red/blue)

    Compatible with FSX, FSX Steam and Prepar3D v3.

    Purchase Flight1 / JSS Simulations - Transall C-160


    1 Comment
    1. ncflyboy66's Avatar
      ncflyboy66 -
      I bought the model through Flight 1 when it first came out and was very impressed with it despite a few minor issues. Those issues have since been fixed and the model is superb in every sense, plenty of systems depth, good modeling & texturing, excellent FDE and sounds. For the price, you can't go wrong.
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