Microsoft Flight Simulator Pilatus PC-12

Microsoft Flight Simulator Pilatus PC-12 Releasing in Early September; Dash 7 Gets New Screenshots

Third-party developers had news to share about two upcoming aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator, one of which is coming soon.

Today third-party developers had news to share about two upcoming aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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The first is the Pilatus PC-12 by Carenado. We hear that the aircraft is finally complete and sent to Microsoft for publishing on the official marketplace. According to the developer, it’s going to be released “in the first days of September.”

In the meanwhile, you can find a few pictures below to whet your appetite.

We also get more screenshots of the de Havilland Canada Dash 7 by SimWorks Studios and PILOT’s. While no release date is in sight just yet, work on the aircraft is progressing.


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