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Project Mega Pack A330-300 Sneak-Peek

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From experience, any preview of a pending release that doesn't show the cockpit panel view usually means it's of poor quality, lacking systems and is not one of the models selling points.

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Looks like utter rubbish. I will wait patiently for FSLABS to do an airbus in MS2020, before i get interested.

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Tough crowd.  

I for one appreciate the fact the someone (or some people) are working to bring us a freeware A330.  What I’ve seen so far looks nice and I look forward to seeing more.

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......and no wingflex?????

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Impressive...   this time the people from the P3d forum and the pmdg/fslabs crowd are slamming it before it's even been released...  Maybe this one will make it to 50 pages before release 🙂

Graham

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37 minutes ago, nawarren said:

Looks like utter rubbish. I will wait patiently for FSLABS to do an airbus in MS2020, before i get interested.

Come on. It's freeware. If they were charging $20 EUR, I'd say have at it, but ragging on freeware instead of providing constructive feedback is lame, dude.

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Out of curiosity, is it not possible to stich the default A320NEO flightdeck into other aircraft models, like we were used to back in FSX? Or has Microsoft locked the files?


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I see this being like the Thomas Ruth Airbuses.  They used the default A321 cockpit.  So If this has the A320 cockpit it will be mostly accurate.  

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3 hours ago, Tuskin38 said:

 

I don't see no wing flex. LOL 🙂

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1 hour ago, TOGA-saurus said:

Out of curiosity, is it not possible to stich the default A320NEO flightdeck into other aircraft models, like we were used to back in FSX? Or has Microsoft locked the files?

Yes -- also quite possible with the A32NX fly-by-wire free addon that "sits" on top of the default A320.  AFAIK the ASOBO 787 is locked.

If this is a new MSFS2020 A330 external model, it certainly should be possible to attach it the A320 VC (if they haven't done it already); it's certainly possible with the Ruth A330 models.

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One of the comments on YouTube states they are planning to have a cockpit based on the A320N but modified the look more like an A330.


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