In a very brief update, Just Flight has provided some information on the development of their Fokker F70 and F100 aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Seating up to 122 passengers, the F100 was produced by Dutch aircraft manufacturer, Fokker, between 1986-1997. A modest 283 aircraft were made during this time, with 91 airlines and 2 Governments operating the aircraft to date.
Also a narrow-body aircraft, the 85-seater F70 was developed from the F100. Just 48 examples were built during its short 5 year production run between 1992-1997, with its first flight in April 1993.

Just Flight has confirmed that the F100 interior model and textures are now complete, as is the exterior model. Work is now focused on creating the numerous liveries that will be included, from Air France and American Airlines to QantasLink and British Airways.

Development will soon shift to the smaller F70 with its full virtual cabin.

Just Flight has also been busy developing the Fokker F28 and has recently issued a development update on this project too.

The development images below show off the cockpit’s new, impressive 8k textures and night lighting. The team have now finished creating the virtual cabins for the four F28 variants, each with their own emergency exit and fuselage configurations. Finally, Just Flight have confirmed that the optional hush kits will be included in the release, along with various operator liveries so that you can enjoy flying this aircraft around the world.