Milviz Preview Their King Air 350i with TrueGlass

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Milviz have previewed shots of their upcoming King Air 350i, but this time with TFDI’s TrueGlass integrated.

The Milviz King Air is infamous for how long it has been in development with a series of seemingly never ending delays and setbacks. Milviz haven’t been twiddling their thumbs waiting for the aircraft to be finished, however. Following the actions of some other developers like Leonardo, Aerosoft, and, of course, TFDI, Milviz have decided to implement TFDI’s TrueGlass technology in the King Air. If you’re not sure just exactly what Trueglass is, then you can read our article on it here which will give you the rundown of what TrueGlass brings to the table.

This is some exciting news for those waiting for the King Air and should compliment the aircraft nicely.


Tags : 350iKing AirMILVIZTrueGlass
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Andrew Thompson

Yeah sure it may be a long time under development but I don’t see a need to complain about it. I know for sure I can’t do what they do. I am looking forward to a good King Air and I’m sure this one won’t disappoint. I’m glad quite a few developers are integrating TrueGlass, I have the 717 and it certainly looks very good.