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Four years after the Sinus release, Pipistrel was receiving valuable owner feedback from around the world. Pipistrel listened and developed a new aircraft based on customer requests.

A new aircraft was released, the Pipistrel Virus.

With a shorter 12-meter (42 ft) wingspan instead of the Sinus’ 15-meter (50 ft) wing, nose-wheel landing gear and a strengthened airframe that was optimized for high speed cruise rather than gliding. The Virus aircraft became a huge seller for Pipistrel.