• VSKYLABS Aerospace Simulations Project Phoenix Update

    VSKYLABS Aerospace Simulations Project Phoenix Update

    The VSKYLABS Phoenix Air U-15 Phoenix Project is going to be updated soon (by the end of July 2019).

    The U-15 is a two seat motor glider, designed and manufactures by Phoenix Air (Czech Republic), powered by a Rotax 912ULS engine.

    The project is including two versions of the U-15, one with the glider-type full wing-span, and another one with shorter wings thus faster cruising speed when flying as a microlight aircraft. It is a fully VR compatible aircraft.

    Upcoming version: v5.0: A MAJOR-UPDATE-RELEASE for the VSKYLABS Phoenix Air U-15 Project is scheduled to take place by the end of July 2019!

    Upcoming update is including all aspect of the project; complete internal engineering overhaul, flight dynamics tune-ups, new and enhanced systems engineering, PBR implementation and more!

    Project's main pages at the VSKYLABS web site: https://www.vskylabs.com/vsl-u-15-phoenix

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