If anyone is interested with the recent release of the Just Flight Avro Vulcan B Mk. 2 (for P3D & FSX)
and Just Flight Avro Vulcan B Mk. 2, K.2 and MRR (for X-Plane 11)
With it's most notable NZ incident at NZWN 60 years ago: Almost a triple major air disaster
The Avro Vulcan B.2 versions of the Vulcan were made in 1956 by (A.V. Roe and Company hence the Avro, later known as Hawker Siddeley Vulcan from 1963) they are a high-altitude tailless delta wing strategic nuclear bomber, that was the backbone of the United Kingdom's airborne nuclear deterrent during much of the Cold War.
It's only combat service missions was during the Falklands War under Operation Black Buck, 1982 The most daring bombing raid, since the Dambusters. Falklands War - The first strike - HD
and The Missing Vulcan - Falklands 1982
It was in later years most famous for doing Airshow flypasts with the so-called "Vulcan Howl", a distinctive sound made by some Vulcan airframes when the 4 Rolls-Royce Olympus 202 jet engines are at approximately 90 percent power, due to the arrangement of the air intakes.
If you like you hear what it sounds like in a flight sim you can check out VR Flight Sim Guy X-Plane 11 Just Flight Vulcan Non VR Review
Or for a Part 2 VR immersion his Avro Vulcan HP Reverb VR Experience in X-Plane 11
and a Part 3 Vulcan 1.1 update experience in VR
Now if that wasn't enough of an immersive experience you can always check out Steve McNeilly from Aviation Tutorials
who's located in Wisconsin USA.
With his impressive custom-built to exact scale home lounge cockpit build of the Avro 698 Vulcan B.2 Fixed Base Flight Simulator
Check out the detailed 227 Photo images of the cockpit build from scratch during the setup build in a home lounge.
Then check out the Vulcan Airplane Simulator First Flight Video Startup To Shutdown
while in actual use in a home lounge.