Just wanted to thank the developer for adding the Junker 52. Been having a blast doing circuits at RAF Kenley (pretending it is Croydon, London retro 1930's) on 2 engines. I can get airborne on one engine but can't climb so that is a no go. It is a cool machine. Plenty of grass runways to keep me occupied.
If anyone can do a circuit on one engine and survive they must be Biggles. The cockpit has alot more funcionality than I was expecting - beware the prop pitch levers - they seem to work. At cruise you can lose alot of power by moving them. Finding out what switch does what is part of the fun. I believe the bottom set of hand-wheels (lower left in right hand seat) control the carburator heat or hydraulics? Not sure if they do anything in the sim. Rudder trim escapes me - assuming there is one? Taxing is a challenge but can be done by riding the brakes to tighten the turn. Taxing on two engines is almost impossible - can only turn in one direction. It is fun choosing which engine to shut down and see the effect on the aircraft. Engine start and stop is possible - takes some working out. There is an engine start button (master battery?) to the left hand side of the engine start levers in the center console. You need to use both the levers and this switch.