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Hello Simmers.Good news for us simmers who are waiting for a decent AIRBUS for MSFS FSX .A year or so back Aerosoft launched their AIRBUS X Basic version.Now they are going to launch their AIRBUS X Pro as a new aircraft and Update who own the AIRBUS X Basic for a nominal cost.Lets See what it has for us. Keep Simming Sameer Mankame http://www.shop.aero...language=german http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php/topic/43346-airbus-x-version-2/page__st__0

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I'm waiting for FSLabs version. If it's half as good as their Concorde X, it will be fantastic.


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I'm waiting for FSLabs version. If it's half as good as their Concorde X, it will be fantastic.
Yeah me too, but as i do own Aerosofts, and havent really had a decent flight in it, i hope they nail it with the pro version.

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Must say I'm highly skeptical about this. It wouldn't be the first time that the release dates found in their shop end up being completely off.


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I'm waiting for FSLabs version. If it's half as good as their Concorde X, it will be fantastic.
Do we know anything about it though? I've heard of the project but that was a while ago. Have they announced any updates or testing yet?

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Do we know anything about it though? I've heard of the project but that was a while ago. Have they announced any updates or testing yet?
They had one update a long time ago, but I also remember them saying that it took 4 years to create ConcX, so expect it to take a very, very long time to create the bus as well

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The pic´s of the model look good. I don´t want to compare with the NGX but they´re somehow good. Hopefully they´ve got the systems somehow correct. Then it could be very interresting...


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I'm waiting for FSLabs version. If it's half as good as their Concorde X, it will be fantastic.
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I'd settle for a bug free basic version right now. After seeing this thread I thought I'd take the bus out for a spin and downloaded the latest update - v.1.22. Now my throttles don't work. Annoyingly, they used to be fine. I checked the support forums and there's talk of various fixes, but frankly I find it all very confusing. I haven't kept abreast of the throttle 'issue' because up to now it didn't affect me. That's progress for you.Whistle.gif Shame. Oh well, I'll stick with the NGX for a bit. At least I can get it into the air. And I hope the 'advanced' bus sorts out this problem once and for all. Ian

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Would be a price decision for me. I wasn't happy with the Airbus X at all, despite the knowledge about its 'lite' nature.So maybe the advanced thing does it right there and maybe comes with a nice upgrade offer. I've read about some thoughts there. I have no doubts that the FSL thing will be good, but there is no time scale on which I could rank it so far. The Wilcos collected too much dust now, so that (modern) Airbus gap indeed is one.I don't need much fancy optics, but some Airbus character. Sad enough, Wilco/Feelthere still leads that one for me.

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After a little reading I came across a post regarding the FBW system, a fellow named Joshua Che has been working on a project found here. Registered version of FSUIPC is required, may give it a go.


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Well I am very impressed looking at the shots. I am not going to compare with the NGX But - if they model the FMS/MCDU - Autopilot system would be great. I remember the old PSS Airbus you had to press + or - to change the throttles into Climb mode, back in the days was great!


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After a little reading I came across a post regarding the FBW system, a fellow named Joshua Che has been working on a project found here. Registered version of FSUIPC is required, may give it a go.
I must say I helps a lot. I won't say it makes for a full FBW replacement, but it patches up things really nicely.

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