The Douglas A-1 saw its first flight in 1946, with over 3180 of the type built over the years. Typically operated by various army units around the world, the A-1 Skyraider can reach speeds of nearly 200mph and fly continuously for over 1,300 miles. The A-1H variant of the aircraft type is an attack aircraft with three dive brakes, a bomb ejector and a director.
As this is Milviz’s second Microsoft Flight Simulator, many new skills and techniques have been picked up to make this an immersive experience. The aircraft comes with high-resolution interior and exterior modelling, high-quality PBR texturing and extremely detailed animations.
Milviz will be bringing the Blackbird SR-71 to Microsoft Flight Simulator. This product replaces the originally planned Prepar3D version.
The ATR-72 for MSFS replaces the original intention from Milviz to bring the aircraft to P3D. Expect realistic flight dynamics, PBR texturing and more.
Milviz’s FG-1D Corsair for Microsoft Flight Simulator is a fantastic bird ready for historic flying. The Corsair is an American fighter that first took flight in 1940. Going on to serve in World War ll and later the Korean War. Now in 2021 it’s serving you in Microsoft Flight Simulator.