Ships with Jump Engines in their default loadout October 22, 2013, 02:13:07 pm Per here:https://forums.robertsspaceindustries.com/discussion/comment/767401/#Comment_767401Quote from: devoincThe short of it is, if you don't see a jump drive/engine listed in the specs, then one will need to be purchased/obtained for that ship before it can leave the system. While we haven't finalized prices, the cost to obtain one will not be high. Not all ships will come with Jump Engines, but all ships (except for the P52) will be capable of holding themhttps://forums.robertsspaceindustries.com/discussion/comment/769629/#Comment_769629Quote from: Rob IrvingSo, for the 315p... We did inadvertently leave off the jump drive on that ship. Just an oversight. We're human. Sorry about that. (And the stats of the power plant didn't really change, Corwin: it just got a new name when we had to make some tweaks to our ship equipment system.)Same with the Idris, actually.So this leaves the following ships possessing a Jump Drive in their standard insured configuration* Aurora LX* Origin 315p* F7C-M Superhornet* MISC Freelancer (mentioned in an interview as 'the largest that can navigate new jump points')* RSI Constellation* Idris (presumably all variants)This is something you will want to consider if you are going to be taking part in scouting operations.