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Pipistrel Virus SW 121 will be part of the new Microsoft Flight Simulator

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Krista Kuznecova
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Microsoft has partnered with Pipistrel to include our Virus SW 121 as one of the airplanes available in their new, long-awaited Flight Simulator, which will be released on August 18.

The highly accurate model of Pipistrel Virus SW 121 will be one of the planes available to fly in the Premium Deluxe Edition. You will be able to fly in realistic weather and land on international airports. Take to the skies and experience the joy of flight with Pipistrel Virus SW 121 in the next generation of Microsoft Flight Simulator.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/microsoft-flight-simulator-premium-deluxe

The simulator has received huge acclaim from the community for its extremely realistic sceneries, revolutionary weather engine and detailed aircraft models. Making use of Microsoft Bing maps and Azure cloud computing services, the Microsoft Flight Simulator is able to replicate the World at an extraordinarily high level of detail. It is an honor for Pipistrel to be part of this ground-breaking simulator.

Pre-order is already available on Microsoft website through their Xbox gaming platform: https://www.xbox.com/en-US/games/microsoft-flight-simulator



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