SimWorks releases Zenith CH701 STOL aircraft

Can you think about a better Christmas gift for Flight Simulator fans than a brand new aircraft? That’s exactly what SimWorks just did, with the release of the Zenith CH701 STOL for MSFS.

The Zenith CH701 is part of a family of light aircraft designed by Canadian aeronautical engineer Chris Heintz, and has been in production by Zenith since 1986.

The Zenith CH701 STOL from SimWorks now comes to Microsoft Flight Simulator, another excellent choice for bush pilots looking for a new aircraft to embark on great adventures across the countryside. Often called “Sky Jeep”, a testament to its off-runway capabilities, the CH701 is rarely used in airports around the world, and is most often seen on backyard, grass strips, or really on any patch of land big enough to accommodate it.

Zenith CH701 STOL MSFS

This release from SimWorks features a detailed visual model and realistic flight model and STOL performance. Sounds are also very realistic and recorded straight from a real aircraft.

There’s also some nice bonus content included. Along with the aircraft you will get a new bush trip through New York state and three improved airports with custom objects and ground textures: Lufker (49N)/Spadaro (1N2), Sky Acres (44N) and Roxbury Runway (1NK0).

The Zenith STOL CH701 is now available for 24.99€, and should be coming to other retailers very soon.

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