• Virtavia - B-1B Lancer For Prepar3D v4.5

    Virtavia - B-1B Lancer For Prepar3D v4.5

    The Rockwell B-1B "Lancer", affectionately known as the "Bone" to its crews, is a key element of the American Strategic Long Range bomber fleet. A development of the cancelled B-1A, the aircraft - while not technically stealth capable - still presents a fraction of the radar profile of the B-52 and incorporates extremely advanced navigation, weapons, and avionics systems. Its swing wing technology, combined with four 30,000-lb thrust turbofan engines creates a beautiful, fast, and lethal package. The development of this successor to the B-52 began in the early 1960's and resulted in a contract being awarded to Rockwell in 1970. The B-1A first flew in 1974 but soon ran into political trouble. The project was cancelled in 1977 when only 3 prototypes existed, however 1981 saw Ronald Reagan order a fleet of 100 B-1Bs, the last of which were delivered in the early 1990's. Designed for low-level, high speed penetration, the B-1B saw action in the Kosovo conflict and second Gulf War.

    Virtavia - B-1B Lancer For Prepar3D v4.5

    Liveries

    Three models spanning the years and eight faithful paint schemes:

    • 28th BMS(H), 384th BMW(H), McConnell AFB
    • 46th BMS(H), 319th BMW(H), Grand Forks AFB
    • 37th BMS(H), 28th BMW(H), Ellsworth AFB
    • 128th BS, 116th BW, Robins AFB
    • 34th BS, 366th BW, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho
    • 77th BS, 28th BW, Ellsworth AFB
    • 37th BS, 28th BW, Thumrait AB (Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota)
    • 9th BS, 7th BW, Al Udeid AB (Dyess AFB, Texas)

    Virtavia - B-1B Lancer For Prepar3D v4.5

    Features

    • Native P3D v4.5 model
    • P3D Pro Plus Shootable/droppable weapons system, includes ALCM, JDAM and Mk82 systems
    • Animated rotary launchers
    • Cockpit optimised for VR
    • Authentic virtual cockpit with animations and mousable controls
    • Many custom interior and exterior animations, eg automatic wingsweep on loadup
    • Opening bomb bays with various era-specific payloads
    • Animated afterburner cans with realistic flame effects
    • Cockpit night lighting
    • High-fidelity sounds set from Turbine Sound Studios
    • Custom afterburner rumble sound
    • Many simulated cockpit systems, including the VSD
    • Engine failure and fire modelling
    • Researched and authnetic flight dynamics
    • 48-page illustrated user manual in .pdf format
    • 496 MB disk space required

    Virtavia - B-1B Lancer For Prepar3D v4.5 cockpit

    Note: no 2D panel provided.

    For P3D only (not tested in versions prior to 4.5). Weapons system only works in P3D Professional Plus version.

    Purchase Virtavia - B-1B Lancer For Prepar3D v4.5
    Also available for FSX

    Tags: b-1b, lancer, virtavia

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