Although the Gloster Meteor is regarded as typical of Britain’s Jet Age supremacy, its development actually began in the dark days of 1940 and the design, although quite primitive, turned out to be a successful fighter and evolved quickly through the 1940s and 1950s. Although the aircraft saw only limited combat in WWII, nearly 4,000 airframes were built in a variety of specifications, including ground attack and photo-reconnaissance, and served with many countries. Meteors flew as night-fighters, trainers and ejection-seat test-beds.
Accurate and detailed versions of the F.8 fighter and FR.9 fighter-reconnaissance variants
12 high quality liveries and a Paint Kit (166MB) is available to download
Retractable reticle gunsight
Selectable wing fuel tanks or wing-mounted rocket load-outs (rockets non-operational)
Simulated UV cockpit lighting
Selectable colours for identification lights
Simple autopilot function available
Easy to operate and fly
External battery cart
PDF manual that includes a tutorial at Gloucester Staverton Airport on the operation and handling of the aircraft.
Liveries: Meteor F.8
WF714 of No. 500 Sqn Royal Auxiliary Air Force, West Malling, Kent, 1953
EG-10 MN-S of 350 Smaldeel, Belgian Air Force, 1950s
FS4440 of the Brazilian Air Force, now resident at the TAM Aviation Museum
A77870 of the Royal Australian Air Force 'Meteorites' aerobatic team
A77851 of 77 Sqn Royal Australian Air Force
A7717 of 77 Sqn Royal Australian Air Force, Korea, 1953
VZ467 Meteor F.8 of 615 Sqn (County of Surrey) Royal Auxiliary Air Force.
WK 681 F.8 of No.65 Sqn, RAF Aerobatic Team based at Duxford in December of 1953
WZ603 of No. 8 Sqn RAF, Sharjah May, Oman, 1960
WZ956 of No. 208 Sqn RAF, Ta Qali (Malta) (Operation Musketeer), 1956
FR-36 Meteor of 117 Tajeset, Israeli Defence Force, 1955
WL 263 of No. 208 Squadron RAF, Nicosia, Cyprus, 1956
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