Bravo Zulu Firefly Released For FSX

A little bit over a month after developer Bravo Zulu released his Firefly for Prepar3D (v4), the plane has now also released for FSX. The announcement of the release was made over on his own blog. According to Bravo Zulu, after the Prepar3D release, there wasn’t an FSX version planned. However, he apparently received enough attention in this plane for the still popular platform. Luckily enough, it didn’t turn out to be too much trouble to port the plane over. The only feature that seems missing from the FSX version compared to the Prepar3D version seems to be the AN/APS-6 radar display. Bravo Zulu did state some of the features may need to be dropped in order to ensure compatibility when he started the porting process.

The firefly is available from Payloadz for $19,26 and for €15 from SimMarket.


  • 10 authentic liveries covering the Fleet Air Arm, Dutch Navy, Royal Canadian Navy, Thai Navy, and Ethiopian Air Force
  • Multiple stores options including extended range tanks and 60lb rockets
  • Youngman Flaps with a low drag cruising position and a high drag landing setting
  • Functioning Reflector (F1) and Gyro Gunsight (FR1 & NF1)
  • Flight model based on original pilots notes and assorted historical publications from the archives
  • PDF manual covering handling, engine, and systems operation
  • Paint kit


  • F1 1770 NAS, HMS Indefatigable, Jan 1945
  • F1 1772 NAS, HMS Indefatigable, July 1945
  • F1 1770 NAS, HMS Implacable, 1944
  • F1 860 NAS, Royal Netherlands Navy, 1946
  • FR1 814 NAS, HMS Venerable, 1946
  • FR1 826 NAS, Royal Canadian Navy, 1947
  • FR1 827 NAS, HMS Triumph, 1950
  • FR1, Ethiopian Air Force, 1951
  • FR1, Thai Navy, 1951
  • NF1, 812 NAS ‘Black Flight’, HMS Ocean, 1949

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