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Flight1 is excited to announce their latest product featuring the McDonnell Douglas MD-80 (known as the Super 80), and also featuring a new Integrated Cockpit Training System (ICTS).

Ultimate Airliners - The Super 80 brings back the classic modes of flying in the era where glass was just starting to appear. This rendition is based on the original Super 80, circa 1979. So with the combination of classic analog and early electronic navigation, you have a product that requires a lot of attention, but also rewards proper cockpit management. And if this does seem complicated, the new Integrated Cockpit Training System will help guide you through many of the steps required in order to have a successful and accurate flight.

There are many details that make this a highly advanced release for Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) and FS2004:

  • Highly detailed 2D panel, Virtual Cockpit and external aircraft model.
  • Native FSX model with FSX optimized textures (for FSX only).
  • 2D panel created with 3ds MAX
  • Detailed Virtual Cockpit
  • External aircraft model created by Terry Gaff using GMAX
  • Highly detailed simuation of the instrumentation systems.
  • New and exciting Integrated Cockpit Training System walks you through each procedure step.

Features and Highlights:

Aircraft Systems:

Air Conditioning

  • Cockpit and cabin temperature control


  • Air foil, tail, window and engine anti-ice systems


  • Digital Flight Guidance System fully simulated
  • Automatic vertical and lateral guidance
  • Flight Mode Annunciator
  • Performance Management System for optimum flight profile


  • Auxiliary Power Unit for electrical and pneumatic needs on the ground


  • Two VHF radios
  • Mode S Transponder


  • Fully simulated AC and DC systems
  • Automatic selection of ‘best’ power source
  • Instrumentation to monitor Constant Speed Drives, engine and APU generators, battery, system load, voltage and frequency

Fire Protection

  • Full fire detection system with loop testing
  • Center panel fire handles
  • Bell and aural warning sounds

Flight Controls

  • Primary controls; ailerons, elevator, rudder
  • High lift devices; trailing edge flaps, leading edge slats
  • Flight spoilers/spoilerons and ground spoilers
  • Take-off trim calculator

Flight Instruments

  • Attitude Director Indicator
  • Airspeed/Mach Indicator
  • Altimeter
  • Radio Altimeter
  • Standby ADI, altimeter and airspeed indicator
  • Vertical Speed Indicator
  • Clock
  • Ground Proximity Warning System


  • Booster pump switches
  • Fuel temperature, fuel flow and fuel quantity gauges


  • Hydraulic pressure and quantity gauges

Landing Gear

  • 3 landing gear status indicators
  • Landing gear lever
  • ‘Gear doors open’ and ‘Wheels not spinning’ lights
  • Visual nose gear down lock indicator pin
  • Emergency gear extension lever
  • Nose gear steering wheel
  • Brake pressure indicator
  • Auto Brake System


  • Compass Indicator (RMI)
  • Horizontal Situation Indicator
  • 2 VHF NAV radios
  • 2 ADF units
  • Marker Beacon indicators
  • Litton LTN-311 Omega/VLF Navigation System (ONS)


  • Controls and flow indicator

Power Plant

  • N1, N2, EGT, EPR, Oil pressure, Oil temperature and Oil quantity gauges
  • Thrust Rating Indicator (automatic EPR setting)
  • Automatic Reserve Thrust system


  • Flow control, cabin climb, cabin altitude and differential pressure indicator
  • Outflow valve position indicator
  • Manual and automatic control


  • Analog radar image (simulated at this time)
  • Range control

Rain Protection

  • Rain repellent
  • Windshield wiper

Night lighting

  • Instrument lights
  • Instrument panel backlights
  • Cockpit flood light

Integrated Cockpit Training System (ICTS)

Checklist guides

  • Step by step guides though all the checklists

Procedure guides

  • Step by step guides though various flight procedures, operations and complex cockpit systems

Automatic Aircraft Configuration (AAC)

  • All systems, switches knobs and buttons configured for the flight phase of your choice at the click of a button
  • Instant flight and fun!

Dispatch Center

  • Set passenger and cargo load
  • Set fuel load
  • Printable departure plan

Highly detailed external model

  • Moving control surfaces
  • Moving trim tabs
  • Moving high lift devices
  • Moving landing gear
  • Opening exits
  • Air stairs at forward door and tail
  • 6 different airline liveries
  • Flight1's popular "Text-0-Matic" for the easy addition of new liveries

Accurate flight model

  • Fine tuned to MD-80 performance charts, engeneered by Jerry Beckwith

Options window

  • Set your personal preferences
  • Use spacebar to step through checklist
  • Display Super 80 Center at startup
  • Pop-up annunciator panel
  • Select training text language
  • Show all hotspots
  • Show all click areas
  • Preload all panel windows (important for the ICTS training system)

Complete sound package

  • Talking First Officer
  • All checklists read for you
  • MD80 flight deck ambience sounds
  • JT8D-209 engine sounds
  • External wind noise, gear noise, gear rumble
  • Central Aural Warning System recordings from real aircraft


User Manual (28 pages)

Chapter List:

  • Introduction (History of MD80)
  • Get Started Now!
  • Window Select Menu
  • Super 80 Center
  • Super 80 Options
  • Super 80 Training Center
  • Super 80 Dispatch Center
  • Super 80 Training Guide
  • Pushback & Startup
  • Checklist
  • Speed Booklet

Aircraft Operating Manual (284 pages)

Chapter List:

  • Description
  • Limitations
  • Normal Procedures
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Air Conditioning and Pressurization
  • Anti-Ice and Rain Protection
  • Auto-Flight
  • APU
  • Communications
  • Electrical
  • Fire Protection
  • Flight Controls
  • Flight Instruments
  • Fuel
  • Hydraulics
  • Landing Gear
  • Miscellaneous
  • Navigation
  • Oxygen
  • Power Plant
  • Power Plant
  • Radar
  • Performance

Please note the features and specifications are subject to change.

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