Honeycomb Announce New Throttle System!


Honeycomb Aeronautical, a new Flight Sim hardware company today announced the development of a new Throttle System!

The Honeycomb Bravo Throttle System comes with an Auto Pilot & Annunciation Panel for Single and Multi-Engine General Aviation and Commercial Aircraft as standard!

It’s a new high-end modular component designed for the flight simulation community. Complementing the previously announced Yoke & Switch Panel, the new Bravo Throttle System integrates seamlessly with other brands of flight simulation hardware, offering a simple way for enthusiasts to enhance their system without worrying about compatibility issues.

The Bravo Throttle System has been designed to offer an authentic engine management and avionics system for all forms of aviation. Users can configure the throttle quadrant to virtually any type of aircraft, by configuring it to either single-engine general aviation, multi-engine general aviation, two-engine commercial aviation or four-engine commercial, both with reverse thrusters as well as spoilers and flaps via the included handle kit.

In addition to the throttle configurations, the Bravo Throttle System features an impressive array of flight controls. Users can utilize the Auto Pilot for cross country flights as well as the Annunciation Panel with 14 warning lights, drawing real-time data from the flight simulation software.

The integrated gear lever comes complete with indicator lights, and the Boing® 737 style trim wheel, flap toggle controls, and an additional seven programmable switches provide aspiring pilots with a plethora of controls at their fingertips.

With regards to their previously announced Alpha Flight Controls yoke system they said: “We’re in the final development stages of the earlier announced Alpha Flight Controls with an expected launch in Q4 2017 and plan for the the Bravo Throttle Quadrant to be available shortly after.”

Along with this announcement they also released a set of renders showing off the design of the Throttle system, check them out below.


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  1. Daniel W Berend on

    I’m going to guess more than saitek, but less than GoFlight. They didn’t mention a “low price” in fact no mention at all. I’m going to say $400 for the quadrant.

  2. Alcides Segovia on

    I am wondering if there will be a big issue with using the Airbus planes with the flaps in this system. Other than that I am very interested.

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