Microsoft opens Flight Beta team applications

Just a few hours ago, MS Flight team sent us a message informing they are taking Beta applications. Fill the invitation form and wait for Microsoft reply.. sometime in January 2012 to let them take time to get back to participants and finalize the Beta program.

A Windows Live ID is required. Click here to enter.

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  1. I was a beta tester since FS2000 and made aircraft models a lot.
    And now making the 787.
    I wish to be a beta tester this time again.

  2. I am superb at flight simulator games. This is an amazing chance to try out this new product. I have experience playing flight simulator games, such as Microsoft flight simulator, Tom Clancys HAWX, battle stations pacific, and more, which i cant remember.

  3. The URL gives the following message

    You must enter a valid invitation ID prior to submitting this page.

  4. I confirm this is the correct link. Just use it once to create your Windows Live ID if you don’t have one yet.

    Then you get the error message saying it’s missing an ID, right. Now open again our link and it works, thanks to your freshly created account.

  5. Please provide Gamertag, I have one, but hmmm that’s suspicious. I do confirm the second link from Alan works.

  6. Hi Sebastien

    I did exactly what you suggested and I am still landing on the page with the following error:

    “You must enter a valid invitation ID prior to submitting this page.”


  7. Jamie,

    Why suspicious? I beleive that flight will be nohing like the previous FS. I hope I am wrong but we are not going to like the way that MS will go with this…

  8. We’ve already been told that Flight will require (i.e. not optional) Games for Windows Live – therefore, why would the requirement for a GfWL account to enter the beta be a surprise?

    Having met the joys of MS betas and NDAs in the past, I will be giving this one a wide berth. Unless they have changed completely, you actually have no control over the direction of the programming/features, no control over what bugs are worthy of fixing or not and are bound by an NDA that means they can sue you years later for anything they want to!

    No thanks.

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