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News! - Aircraft Released : Cessna A-37 Dragonfly V2 XP12 by JCS


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JCS has released an upgrade to X-Plane 12 for their Cessna A-37 Dragonfly in noted v2 form. The Dragonfly's configuration is very similar to the UK's BAC 167 Strikemaster which is also a twin seat British jet-powered training and light attack aircraft.


The Cessna A-37 Dragonfly, or "Super Tweet", is a light attack aircraft designed and produced by the American aircraft manufacturer Cessna.

It was developed during the Vietnam War in response to military interest in new counter-insurgency (COIN) aircraft to replace aging types such as the Douglas A-1 Skyraider. A formal United States Air Force (USAF) evaluation of the T-37 Tweet basic trainer for the COIN mission was conducted in late 1962, after which it was concluded that it could be modified to effectively perform the role. The attack-orientated A-37 was directly derived from the T-37, roughly doubling in both all-up weight and engine thrust as to permit considerable quantities of munitions to be carried along with extended flight endurance and additional mission avionics. The prototype YAT-37D performed its maiden flight during October 1964.


A-37 Dragonfly features:
  • Detailed 3D model
  • Detailed virtual cockpit
  • Custom jet engine sounds
  • Multiple paint schemes, including T-37 trainer schemes (on the A-37 airframe)
  • New, realistic flight model developed by X-Aerodynamics specifically for X-Plane 12 and 11
  • Fly with external fuel tanks and rockets, or in a ‘clean’ configuration with gun only





The X-Plane 11 version is part of this package, however it does not have the X-Plane 12 features or effects.


Images and video are courtesy of JCS



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Yes! Cessna A-37 Dragonfly V2 XP12 by JCS is now Available from the X-Plane.Org Store here :


Cessna A-37 Dragonfly V2 XP12

Price Is US$19.95



X-Plane 12 or X-Plane 11

Windows, Mac or Linux
8 GB VRAM Minimum
Download Size: 151MB
Current version : 2.012



News by Stephen Dutton

23rd September 2023

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