- Media Format
- Immediate Download
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Just Flight Mosquito
- File size
- 47 MB
This expansion requires Just Flight Mosquito to be installed first. You can buy it here.
Inside this package, you will receive four models and four additional liveries to use. Additionally, you’ll gain access to new liveries that are made for the base package, and also has three new liveries for the second upgrade pack, Upgrade Pack B.
You’ll receive access to;
B. Mk IV Bulged Bomb Bay – The ‘AZ-X’ DZ637 Series II in Number 627 Squadron, and was flown by the FG Officer Ronnie F Pate, and FLT Lt. Edward A Jackson, on 3rd July 1944. It was equipped with a bespoke bulged bomb bay that was included to enable them to carry a 4,000lb bomb known as a “Cookie”. It participated in key raids on Gestapo HQs in Oslo Norway, which was a key example of the prowess in which the Mosquito was capable of
BOAC Unarmed High Speed Courier - It was used by the British Overseas Airways, or the BOAC, and was made to carry one passenger in with the bomb bay when high-speed envoy details were required. It was made to look unarmed to the enemy, and was incredibly fast which made it a great tool for carrying out bombing runs and getting away quickly
B. Mk IV Highball - Used in April 1943 as a one-off conversion for effective testing of the spinning bomb theory thought up by Barnes Wallis. Its highballs were to be used by the 618th Squadron, being planned for usage in secretly planned attacks on the German Battleship known as the Tripitz. However, supplies never arrived and the attack was finally shelved.
B. Mk XVI Bulged Bomb Bay – Perspex Nose - The ‘P3-D’ ML942 was used in the Number 692 squadron, and was part of the No8 group of the RAF. It served in March 1944 and although it didn’t bring anything particularly new to the party, it’s well worth having as one of the most desirable flight simulation aircraft to try out
You also get access to a series of liveries with this upgrade pack; giving then even more control and features than the original Mosquito package provided you with. These new liveries include;
PR. Mk XVI – Used for photo reconnaissance in the 8th USAAF in 1944, it was a key international player in various reconnaissance roles
‘R’ N S517 – A key aircraft of the Armee de l’Air (French Air Force), in the Group 1/31 of ‘Lorraine’. It was used by many international air forces, especially in the African battles
Mk 30 Radar – This version of the aircraft is preserved in a museum, and was used as a formidable part of the fighting arm of the Swedish Air Force
All of these new features make it easier than ever to learn about the aircraft that you want to use, and witness it in full HD design and authentic attributes. This upgrade package adds another layer of authenticity to proceedings for those who really their WW2 products and want to get that full experience.