PILOT’S Update the Dash 7 for MSFS

A new update has been released for the Dash 7 by PILOT’S.

Posted: 05-Nov-2023 @ 22:27z
PILOT’S Update the Dash 7 for MSFS

A new update for the PILOT’S Dash 7 on Microsoft Flight Simulator has been released. This update, which is version 1.12, improves all models based on feedback from the community since it was originally released.

The first update sees edge strobe lighting fixed, flap retraction animation improved and a new parking brake clickspot placed to make using it much easier. You can see the full changelog down below. The PMS50 GTN is now also supported in the plane.

The de Havilland Canada DHC-7, commonly known as the Dash 7, is a short takeoff and landing (STOL) regional aircraft produced by the Canadian manufacturer de Havilland Canada. Due to their outstanding short takeoff and landing (STOL) capabilities, their aircraft designs could access smaller airports in urban centres and remote, less developed airfields with runways that were challenging for other planes to utilize.

You can buy it from the PILOT’S store for €19.99.


  • Support for PMS50 GTN added.

– GNS Model –

  • Transponder fixed.

– All Models –

  • Implemented new realistic inboard and outboard wing spoiler logic.
  • Wing edge strobe lights fixed.
  • Fuselage belly strobe light fixed.
  • Flap retraction automation implemented.
  • New parking brake clickspot on button.
  • Fixed engine 4 thrust lever mapping for gust lock.
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