Microsoft Flight Simulator Announces Aviat Aircraft Husky A-1C
Today, the Microsoft flight simulator team is thrilled to announce the release of the Aviat Aircraft Husky A-1C add-on, now available.
The A-1C is the latest, most advanced and most powerful iteration of Aviat's Husky line, a stunning short take-off and landing (STOL) backcountry and adventure aircraft that has proven to be reliable in the most austere conditions across the country. world since it was first introduced in 1987. The single-engine, tandem two-seater A-1C is an impeccably capable machine, whether operating from a concrete track, a sandbar with tundra tires, a lake with floats or a glacier on skis.
An incredible stall speed of an incredible 53 miles per hour and a landing gear with independent shock absorbers allows pilots to fly in the tightest confines of the backcountry, generally accessible only by helicopters. The A-1C is powered by a 360 horsepower fuel-injected Lycoming IO-1-A6D200 engine that offers an exceptional power-to-weight ratio. Combined with the low wing loading and high lift of the specialized STOL wing, this engine allows pilots to launch out of tight confines with confidence.
The virtual Husky A-1C has been recreated in high fidelity for use in Microsoft flight simulator. This includes Garmin Aera 796 touchscreen avionics, digital trim indicator with adjustable backlight and a dedicated display for engine diagnostics. The Husky A-1C features eight liveries and can be used with tundra, float or ski tires.
Insieme a Microsoft Flight Simulator new “Land Anywhere” feature, Simmers will truly open the possibilities of their flying experiences around the world, landing and taking off from strips of land, mountain sides, glaciers and bodies of water. Let the adventures begin!
The Aviat Aircraft Husky A-1C is available today on the Microsoft flight simulator in-sim market for $ 14,99. Heaven is calling!
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