Aircraft Developer Thranda Design has released their latest project, the PZL-104 Wilga Dynamic Generation Series aircraft for X-Plane.
The PZL-104 Wilga is a Polish built Short Take-Off and Landing aircraft that first flew in 1962. It entered service with the Polish Air Force, Navy and Border Guard as a patrol aircraft but it was also used around the world as a light observation aircraft, glider towing aircraft or parachute platform. Over 1000 Wilgas were built between 1962 and its final production year of 2006.
Thranda Design has chosen to recreate the PZL-104MA Wilga version of the aircraft which was the last true variant of the type and included a 300hp Lycoming i0-540 engine, improved aerodynamics as well as winglets for improved efficiency.
The PZL-104MA comes with a high-resolution 3D model with PBR textures throughout. Using Thranda’s DynaFeel the PZL-104 has advanced custom flight dynamics with control input effect at different airspeeds, advanced FMOD sounds which include effects like blade slapping, different sounds at different positions inside and outside of the aircraft as well as internal wind noises at differing speeds. The Wilga comes with custom tie-downs and covers.
As with recent developments from Thranda, the Wilga comes with full flexibility on the fly with the ability to change and design liveries, cockpit gauge layout, sounds, fuel and weight loadouts and configurations all without exiting your flight.
To purchase the PZL-104 Wilga by Thranda Design, head on over to the X-Plane Store where you can pick it up for the introductory price of $32.95.