Introduction

Please Read The Fine Manual

Document conventions

Credits and acknowledgments

End User License Agreement (EULA)

Rights and limitations

Disclaimer

About Saab 35 Draken

History

Performance

Export versions

About this simulation

Flight dynamics

Limits and restrictions

Installation

First startup

Texture resolution

Uninstalling

Model and textures

Description

Interior model

Exterior model

Repaint kit

Features and special effects

Options panel

Sounds

Afterburner

Canopy

Drop tanks

Drag chute

Contrails and smoke

Chocks and covers

Pilot animations

System description

Cockpit overview

Warning and indicator lights

Hydraulic system

Electrical system

Emergency Power Unit (EPU)

Fuel system

Engine

Landing gear

Flight data system

FLI 35 system

PN-594/A navigation radar

Radios

Autopilot

Other instruments

Stall warning system

Oxygen system

Radar system

Armament

Normal operating procedures

Before starting the engine

Starting the engine

Taxi and takeoff

Climb

Cruise

Descent

Final approach and landing

Emergency procedures

Hydraulic system failure

Flameout

Engine fire

Appendices

Appendix 1: Prepar3D Commands

Appendix 2: J 35J procedure check lists

Appendix 3: FR28 Radio channels

Appendix 4: PN-594 Navigation channels

Appendix 5: Cockpit glossary

Appendix 6: Technical data

Flight Manual: Saab 35 Draken 5.0Updated: 2019-11-02

Introduction

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Thank you for purchasing our simulation of Saab 35 Draken, the legendary Swedish jet fighter/interceptor that served in four national air forces during five decades.

This document explains how to install and use Draken version 5.0 for Lockheed Martin Prepar3D. The Microsoft Flight Simulator versions are not covered in this manual, they have their own documentation.

For technical support and feedback please refer to the Bookmark Simulations website.

Please Read The Fine Manual

This is a complex simulation of an old non-NATO military jet. Most of the instruments and switches in the cockpit are labeled in Swedish, and they are sometimes not intuitive regarding their function. You are therefore strongly recommended to read through this Flight Manual before your first flight.

The Flight Manual describes all the simulated systems, gauges and controls in the aircraft and how to use them. At the end of the document is an appendix with technical data, radio frequency tables, procedure check lists and a short glossary translating the Swedish instrument panel labels into English.

All the simulated components of the current version are described in the Flight Manual. Some systems and functions that are not simulated are described anyway because they are visible in the cockpit or referenced in some way.

Please bear in mind that this is in no way intended to be a full or accurate description of the real aircraft.

Document conventions

Special font styles and colors are used in this documentation to indicate special content and admonitions such as warnings and notes:

Ctrl-D Right-click

Key sequence or mouse action

Toggle Gear

Prepar3D command

TILL

Label in the cockpit

ELFEL

Warning light or indicator on the instrument panel

Installation

Cross-reference link to another section of this manual

Bookmark Simulations

Link to a website or other external resource

This is additional non-critical information that may enhance your experience of Draken.

This indicates important information. Ignoring it may result in degraded performance, system malfunctions or losing control of the aircraft.

Credits and acknowledgments

Design Team

Lead designer: Thomas Nilsson, Bookmark Simulations

Credits are due to all who have contributed to this project over the years, but especially to:

Trademarks and copyright

SAAB is a registered trademark of Saab AB.

Rolls-Royce is a trademark of Rolls-Royce plc.

Prepar3D is a trademark of Lockheed Martin Corporation.

Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

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Gmax is a trademark and 3ds Max a registered trademark of Autodesk, Inc.

Bookmark Simulations and Bookmark Flightsim Software are trademarks of Bookmark AB.

Any other trademarks or product names that may be referred to in this document are the property of their respective owners.

Aircraft model, textures, sounds, effects and all other content is copyright 2001–2019 Bookmark AB where nothing else is stated.

Please read the End User License Agreement (EULA) for additional information about ownership and licensing.

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