Bücker Bu 133 Jungmeister


The Buecker Jungmeister Bu 133 had its maiden flight in 1935. It was derived from the two-seated Buecker Jungmann Bu 131. Lighter but more powerful than the 131, the Jungmeister soon became an excellent aerobatic plane which dominated the competitions all over the world long after the end of the WWII until the 1960s.


Key Features

Physics Simulation

  • Full multibody aircraft that bends under load
  • Natural gear compression and damping
  • Correct physical simulation of inertia
  • Full thermodynamic engine simulation including mixture and magnetos
  • Propeller torque and gyroscopic effects natively simulated
  • Propeller wash (p-factor) and torque simulation


  • Real time full 360° aerodynamics simulation with realistic stall characteristics
  • Realistic simulation of biplane wing configuration
  • Large and direct flight control movements, fully linear, no artificial delay
  • Realistic stalls, spin and snap rolls
  • Fully simulated aerodynamic forces on the fuselage for side slip and knife edge flight
  • Ground effect

Aircraft Systems & Instrumentation

  • Cold and dark startup
  • Fully interactive cockpit
  • Accurate simulation of magnetic compass
  • Magneto lever
  • Tail wheel unlock

3D Model, Sounds and Animations

  • High quality mesh and high resolution textures
  • Full interior model
  • Fuel level indicator glass tube
  • Custom engine and propeller sounds
  • Wind sounds, ground roll, etc.


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