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Flight 1 Releases Skyhawk 172R

Last updated Wed, 24 Aug 2016 13:38:15 GMT
Originally posted on Sun, 26 Sep 2004 12:26:18 GMT

Flight1 Software and Flight1 Aviation Technologies have announced the release of Skyhawk 172R. Originally developed as part of its professional training package, Skyhawk 172R is now available in an entertainment version. For full details, click on Read More.

Flight1 Software in cooperation with sister company Flight1 Aviation Technologies has announced the release of its latest product Skyhawk 172R.

The Skyhawk 172R was originally developed by Flight1 Tech as a part of its professional training package. As a result of customer requests, Flight1 has now released it in an entertainment version for use in Microsoft's Flight Simulator 2004.

The Skyhawk 172R features Flight1's "True-View" high resolution technology in the 2D panel and virtual cockpit views, accurate flight modeling and a highly detailed 3D model. Optional features include a wheel pants version and "spin-able" flight model.

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