Detailed outside and interior model inclusive animated virtual cockpit ,
Highly soluble textures with surfaces reflecting ,
Extensive light effects (e.g. Navigation and landing lights) ,
Numerous animations (e.g. canoby, move in gear with spring system) ,
Animation of all tax flaps (e.g. swing wings, airbrakes and spoilers)
Realistic flight dynamics (inclusive different trim steps for optimal trim) ,
Formation flight model with three PANAVIA TORNADO ,
Fuel system for the air refueling ,
Complete functioning autopilot ,
Avionics for radio navigation
Engine animation inclusive thrust reversing and afterburner ,
Completely functioning virtual cockpit from view of the pilot and
Completely functioning virtual cockpit from view of the weapon system officer ,
12 different missions of different airfields ,
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German airforce Bundeswehr Luftwaffe ECR ( with Tigermeet ),
German airforce Bundeswehr Luftwaffe IDS ( with specialpaint of the WTD ),
German airforce Bundeswehr Marine IDS ( with Tigermeet )
British RAF GR.4 ( incl. "Operation Desert Storm" liveries ),
British RAF F.3 ( with with longer radome )
Italian and Saudi Arab Air Force (in both case with the IDS version)
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The Panavia Tornado is a family of twin-engine combat aircraft, which was jointly developed by the West Germany, United Kingdom and Italy. There are three primary versions of the Tornado; the Tornado IDS (Interdictor/Strike) fighter-bomber, the suppression of enemy air defences Tornado ECR (Electronic Combat/Reconnaissance) and the Tornado F.3 (only United Kingdom) a air fefence variant. It is one of the world's most sophisticated and capable interdiction and attack aircraft, with a long range, large payload and high survivability.
Developed and built by Panavia, a tri-national consortium consisting of MBB of West Germany, British Aerospace, and Alenia Aeronautica of Italy. The Tornado first flew on August 14, 1974, and saw action with the RAF and AMI (Italian Air Force) in the Gulf War (Operation Desert Storm). International co-operation continued after its entry into service within the Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment, a tri-nation training and evaluation unit operating from RAF Cottesmore, England. Including all variants, 992 aircraft were built for the three partner nations and Saudi Arabia (first export customer). >> to shop ...