Date: 10th December 2007

For Immediate Release

For further information, pack shots, samples or assets, please contact Scott Phillips– scott@justflight.com

Just Flight is very pleased to announce that its eagerly-anticipated P-38 Lightning is now taking to the simulated skies. The full download package is available now exclusively from Just Flight’s website and a boxed version on DVD-ROM will be released very soon.

A high quality version of Lockheed’s iconic high altitude fighter/recon aircraft has long been sought after by flight sim enthusiasts. Now their prayers are answered with this superb Lightning pack for Flight Simulator X and 2004, created by the classic aircraft experts at Aeroplane Heaven. The level of detail is second to none and among the many variants included are the aircraft of three Lightning legends– Antoine de St Exupery, Major Richard Bong and W/Cdr Adrian Warburton.

Flight models, sounds and paint schemes are all created to a very high level of accuracy and authenticity and P-38 Lightning is set to take its place with the other classics in the Just Flight hangar.

• Innovative features include drop tanks that can be jettisoned, detailed gun and camera bays, removable gunsight for improved vision in cockpits and even working gun and cannon effects.

• Cockpits are a revelation, with all major and minor controls capable of operation by mouse and virtually every lever, switch and wheel is reproduced. Gauges are set in authentic housings and use the unique‘Liqui-Drive’ system to guarantee smooth operation.

• As real as it gets? This aeroplane can be started and flown correctly by the numbers from a‘cold and dark’ cockpit.

• Includes P-38F and P-38J variants with a total of 17 different liveries, including the recently restored‘Glacier Girl’

P38 product page can be found at http://www.justflight.com/product.asp?pid=237

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: Microsoft™ Flight Simulator X or 2004– Windows Vista or XP

HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS: PC with 2.0GHz (equivalent or higher) processor (3.0GHz for FSX), 512Mb RAM (1.0Gb for FSX), graphics card with 128Mb (or higher) video memory, DVD-ROM drive, Hard disc space 2.0Gb

About Just Flight

Just Flight is the world's leading flight simulation specialist, publishing a wide variety of digital aviation products. Their range comprises a multitude of different titles, including stand alone flight simulations as well as add-ons for Microsoft’s multi-million selling Flight Simulator and Combat Flight Simulator. Just Flight also has Just Trains, a specialist label devoted to stand alone train simulators as well as add-ons for the ever-popular Microsoft Train Simulator.

A British company, based in Huntingdon, Just Flight has been established for over ten years. It prides itself on quality, value and customer service, which it backs up with a unique money-back guarantee on all its products.

About Aeroplane Heaven

Aeroplane Heaven is one of the world's top developers of virtual aircraft. The team design and create award-winning virtual models of classic aeroplanes for a wide range of uses including film, television and flight simulation. For Microsoft's Flight Simulator, AH specialises mostly in building vintage warplanes and trainers from the 1930s and 1940s. Very few other developers specialise in the high level of authentic detail to be found in an Aeroplane Heaven production.

Based in Australia, AeroplaneHeaven was established in 2002 and has since developed a large range of products including Just Flight's highly successful Tiger Moth, Spitfire and Lancaster releases and the Battle of Britain package for Combat Flight Simulator 3.

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