Area51 - F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

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Quick Overview

Compatible with: FSX and FS2004

The F-35 Lighting II is the newest US military fighter. Developed jointly for the Air Force, Navy and Marines in different variations, it is slated to replace the F-16 when it enters full service with more than 2000 aircraft already planned. Designed as a single-seat, multi-role fighter, it will provide close air support, tactical bombing and air-to-air combat. The first production model flew late 2006.

Our Flight Simulator models include the F-35A for conventional landings, F-35B for vertical takeoff and landing and F-35C for carrier based operations.

This beautiful model is for use with FS2004 and FSX and includes all 3 mentioned variations.

Specifications
Manufacturer: Lockheed Martin
Wing Span: 35 ft
Height: 17ft 4in
Length: 50ft 6in
Engine: P&W F135 turbofan with afterburner
Thrust: 25,000 lbs
Thrust with afterburner: 40,000 lbs
Max Gross Weight: 60,000 lbs
Cruise Speed: 128 kts
Max Speed: Mach 1.6 / 1,200 mph
Ceiling: 55,000 ft
Range: 1,200 nm
Rate of climb: classified
Fuel capacity: 18,000 lbs
Guns: 25mm cannon (F-35A)
Internal Loadout: 4 air-to-air or 2 air-to-air & 2 air-to-surface missiles
External Loadout: 2 missiles and 4 missiles or bombs (15,000 lbs)

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Additional Information

SKU s696-ARE-215
Date Added May 1, 2009
Flight Simulator FSX, FS2004

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