Flightsim.to user Aviator671 has partially converted Milviz (now Blackbird Simulations) North American F-86 Sabre from FSX to Microsoft Flight Simulator.
North American F-86 Sabre is a famous transonic jet fighter, also known as Sabrejet, produced by North American Aviation. The aircraft was introduced to the US Air Force in 1949 and the last plane retired in 1994 in Bolivian Air Force. This fighter jet was mostly used during the Korean War and later on, it was used by many Air Forces throughout the world.
Aviator671 created a conversion of this aircraft that was originally developed by Milviz back in the FSX days. It is partially converted to a native format for use with Microsoft Flight Simulator and is distributed with permission from Blackbird Simulations.
Some of the main features of this recreation are that you can change wing ordinance between clean, fuel tank, rockets and a bomb using the payload weight in the pop-up menu. The plane also has airshow smoke if you’d ever want to take it for a virtual airshow.
The cockpit gauges are also largely functional but unfortunately, nothing in the cockpit is clickable. Blackbird made that a condition for the release.
Lastly, this package comes with a good number of liveries and the creator calls for community help to convert more liveries for this beautiful warbird.
If you would like to get this North American F-86 Sabre and give it a try, you can download it via Flightsim.to for free.