Just Flight

The saying "If it looks right, it’ll fly right” certainly applies to the Hunter, with its graceful flowing lines and curves. The Hunter, which entered RAF service as an interceptor and was the first jet-engined aircraft designed by Hawker, was sold to air forces around the world, all of which were impressed by its outstanding performance and manoeuvrability. First flown in 1951, the last aircraft in military service only retired in 2014!

The Just Flight Hunter features the F.6 and the definitive machine, the FGA.9, modelled in great detail with multiple animations including the correct landing gear sequence, flap actions, airbrake, canopy and a realistic animated pilot. The detailed engine fan is visible through the intake mouths and the models include other highly detailed areas such as flap recesses and gear wells. Details such as boarding steps, wheel chocks, pre-flight flags, and Ground Power Unit are included.
There are two highly detailed virtual cockpits, one for the F.6 and the other for the FGA.9.
13 liveries are included, covering both British and overseas air forces.

Features the F.6 and FGA.9 (Fighter Ground Attack) variants
Built over accurate plans and from official notes and publications
Highly detailed model with intakes, grilles, outlets and appendages modelled in 3D - not textured
Separate and highly detailed Virtual Cockpits for the F.6 and FGA.9 versions
13 high quality liveries
Authentic sounds with the distinctive Hunter 'blue note'
Selectable clean wing, wing fuel tanks, wing-mounted rockets or bombs (bombs FGA.9 only; rockets and bombs are non-operational). Aircraft weight/fuel is automatically updated to reflect chosen payload.
Simulated UV cockpit lighting
Realistic flight control system, including manual/powered control modes, follow-up tail and automatic retraction of flaps with increasing airspeed
External battery cart, boarding steps, wheel chocks and pre-flight flags
Multiple animations including correct landing gear sequence, flap actions, airbrake and canopy
Detailed engine fan visible through the intake mouths and other highly detailed areas such as flap recesses and gear wells
Deployable braking parachute on the FGA.9
Animated and realistic pilot figure

Two Virtual Cockpits are included, one for the F.6 and the other for the FGA.9; both are representative of the type as operated by the Royal Air Force
Retractable reticle gunsight
All gauges are 3D and highly accurate
Accurately modelled electrical, hydraulic and fuel systems (including fuel transfer, automatic tank selector and usable drop tanks)

Authentic engine sound set in full stereo including the distinctive Hunter 'blue note'
Cockpit sounds such as switches, clickable knobs and pumps

Accurate flight dynamics and performance coded to book values give an authentic flight experience


Colour PDF manual includes a tutorial on operation and handling of the aircraft.


A professional quality paint kit (331MB) is available to download.




Hawker Hunter F.6
XG232 – No. 92 Squadron, Royal Air Force
XG190 – No. 111 Squadron, Royal Air Force ‘Black Arrows’ aerobatic team
XF520 – No. 92 Squadron, Royal Air Force ‘Blue Diamonds’ aerobatic team
XG204 – Royal Air Force Fighter Weapons School
N-110 – Royal Netherlands Air Force, Dutch New Guinea, 1962
XF509 – No. 4 Flying Training School, Royal Air Force
Hawker Hunter FGA.9
XE620 – No. 208 Squadron, Royal Air Force
XF414 – No. 20 Squadron, Royal Air Force
R1821 – No. 1 Squadron, Rhodesian Air Force
Hawker Hunter F.56
A934 – Indian Air Force, ‘Thunderbirds’ aerobatics team
Hawker Hunter F.58
J-4015 – Fliegerstaffel 15 Swiss Air Force, ‘typeface’ scheme
G-PSST (‘Miss Demeanour’) – privately owned air show Hunter
Hawker Hunter F.60
60-601 – Royal Saudi Air Force

System requirements

Flight Simulator X (Acceleration, Gold or SP2 required), FSX: Steam Edition or P3D v4/v3/v2/v1
2.5GHz or any Dual Core
512MB graphics card
Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
825MB hard drive space