Just Flight - Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer (MSFS)

Product Changelog

Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer (MSFS) Changelog
Latest Update: 23/11/2021 The below log shows all updates for this product since release: v0.1.4 - Further improvements to wing vortices effects - H...
Tue, 23 Nov, 2021 at 4:46 PM

FAQs

Manual
To download the manual, please click on the download link below.
Paint Kit
To download the paint kit, please click on the download link below. 666MB
Engine Start Procedure
The engine start procedure is simple but involves a Gas Turbine Starting (GTS) system, a small gas turbine which acts as a starter motor for the engine, and...
Toggling The EFB Tablet
The EFB tablet is located on the front ejection seat. It can be shown/hidden using the external intercom switch on the forward cockpit right console. ...
Canopy Controls
The canopy can be opened/closed manually or using the EFB tablet ‘Canopy’ button. It will be automatically opened when selecting the ‘Ready for Takeoff’ sta...
Payload Controls
The aircraft payload can be controlled using the EFB tablet, which allows you to select a variety of configurations for the air-defence, weapons training an...
Aircraft Configurations
Three different aircraft configurations are selectable via the EFB tablet: T1 – original RAF fast jet trainer without weapons capability. T1/A – T1 modif...
Red Arrows Smoke Controls
With the Red Arrows configuration selected, the aircraft will be equipped with the centreline fairing for carrying display smoke diesel fuel and dye, and as...
Moving Between Cockpits
The Hawk T1 is equipped with a front and rear cockpit, and both cockpits are fully-functional and configured just like the real aircraft. The front cockpit ...
Configuring Front and Rear Cockpits
The Hawk T1 is equipped with a front and rear cockpit, and both cockpits are fully-functional and configured just like the real aircraft. The front cockpit ...
Autopilot Control
The Hawk T1 is not equipped with an autopilot, but for convenience and when moving between the two cockpits, we have included buttons on the EFB tablet that...
Airbrake Controls
The Hawk T1 is equipped with a powerful airbrake, located on the underside of the rear fuselage. A spring-loaded AIR BRAKE - IN/OUT switch is located on...
Powered Flying Control Units (PFCU) / Ailerons and Tailplane Not Moving
The control sticks, which are interconnected, are linked by push-pull rods to hydraulically operated powered flying control units (PFCU), one at each ailero...
Rudder Lock / Rudder Not Moving
A rudder bar lock handle, located on the leg panel in the front cockpit, can be moved to the locked position (horizontal, blocking the right rudder pedal) t...
Crash (Inertia) Detection Switches
The Hawk T1 is equipped with two inertia switches which will close automatically if a rapid deceleration is detected, i.e. a crash or very hard landing. Thi...
Multiplayer – Animations and Red Arrows Smoke
Extensive custom-coding of systems in our Hawk T1 means that hundreds of custom variables (LVars) are used to control the animations and effects. Due to the...
Ram Air Turbine (RAT) Deployment/Retraction
The RAT, located on the top of the fuselage, is an integral part of the hydraulic No. 2 system and supplies hydraulic power to the flying controls if an eng...
Custom Name on The Red Arrows
A layered PSD file named ‘PilotNameDecal.psd’ has been included in the Documents folder to allow you to add your own name(s) to the side of the Red Arrows 2...
Optimal Controller Sensitivity Settings
We recommend the following sensitivity settings for the roll and pitch axis: