MiGForce. These are the aircraft I fly in MiGMan’s World Tour.

    Aermacchi M-346 Master
    • local_airportAermacchi M-346 Master
    • content_paste Twin engined transonic jet trainer originally developed with Yaklovev. The Yak-130, with a similar form factor, entered service with the Russian Air Force in 2010. | M-346FA is the multirole variant pictured here. | A/c by India Fox Techo.
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    Bell 407
    • local_airportBell 407
    • content_paste Model by Asobo. Sim Innovations have published a full set of instruments for this, which helps make it super-immersive to fly in the MiGPit.
    • tagCivilRotary WingMiGForce
    Edgley EA-7 Optica
    • local_airportEdgley EA-7 Optica
    • content_paste Cruise ~ 80-100 kts | Ac model by Got Friends. Livery by Donka. | Has to he hands down the best view out of the cockpit short of flying a gyrocopter, which has no protection from the elements. Plus, this plane is a veritable head-turner!
    • tagCivilPropSight SeeingMiGForce
    Lockheed Martin F-16 Falcon
    • local_airportLockheed Martin F-16 Falcon
    • content_paste A classic. 'nuff said! Modelled very nicely by SC Designs. A Dec 2022 upgrade added CFD, but I have to say it seems rather stiff. It's still early days for realistic implementation of CFD I feel.
    • tagMilitaryMiGForce
    Icon A5
    • local_airportIcon A5
    • content_paste Livery by Donka. | Ac modelled very nicely by Asobo. It feels like you're sitting in a small car rather than an aircraft, and that seems to be authentic. A good slow speed sight-seer and of course it's also amphibious. Remains underutilised ATM but I must drag it out for local flights where there are any water features about the place.
    • tagCivilPropAmphibiousMiGForce
    Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II
    • local_airportLockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II
    • content_paste Cruise ~ 450 kts
      Three variants in the fleet: A = conventional takeoff and landing, B = S/VTOL, C = carrier. | Livery by Donka. | Fun to fly, especially S/VTOL in the B model. DO NOT get below 200 knots, which can come on suddenly around the circuit. Absolutely beautifully modelled by India FoxTecho. I had their F-35 for P3D, and this one is even nicer. It's also frame rate friendly.
    • tagMilitaryJetMiGForce
    Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum
    • local_airportMikoyan Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum
    • content_paste The "Soviet Super Fighter" is what we called it in the 1980's. Modelled here by Deimos. The cockpit interior has bland textures, however that's irrelevant to me because I use a physical cockpit. BUT - it's in the flight model that the MiG wins! Fantastically fluid and responsive. Does it perform accurately at the extremes of the envelope? Well, (1) I wouldn't really know and (2) I don't think ANY of the ac do, and that's down to limitations of the sim's flight modelling. I also enjoy the engine sounds, which use at least 3 different frequencies and change as you move around the airframe. Great fun.
    • tagMilitaryJetMiGForce
    Pilatus PC-21
    • local_airportPilatus PC-21
    • content_paste Two marques in the fleet, one by Deimos and the other by IRIS Simulations. | Fast turbo-prop used by many airforces to transition pilots from prop to fast jets.
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    Zlin Shock Ultra
    • local_airportZlin Shock Ultra
    • content_paste Cruise ~ 80kts | Sightseeing. Excellent visibility. | VERY short take off and landing. Can operate on most terrain. | Evolution: Piper Cub > Zlin Shock Cub > Zlin Shock Ultra (ultralight) | Ac modelled phenomenonally well by Asobo. Livery by Donka.
    • tagCivilPropSight SeeingMiGForce