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There is a realworld airbus pilot that does a lot of videos.  He describes this product for Xplane to be the best simulated airbus aircraft available in all terms for all public simulators.  If a lot of that attention to detail makes it into MSFS, this will be fantastic indeed.


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15 minutes ago, Mike S KPDX said:

There is a realworld airbus pilot that does a lot of videos.  He describes this product for Xplane to be the best simulated airbus aircraft available in all terms for all public simulators.  If a lot of that attention to detail makes it into MSFS, this will be fantastic indeed.

 Until the Fenix A320 comes out.  If the Fenix A320 lives up to its hype, it will be the highest fidelity airliner ever made for a home market flight simulator.

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Fenix, NG3, Leonardo maddog, plenty of vintage planes etc coming and now Ini A310! These devs needs to slow down or my wallet wont be able to keep up 😄 (dont slow down pls all these announcements is wonderful news ❤️ ). Day one buy for me.

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This is great…there was always a dearth of good A310s in my time with FSX and P3D (this one came to P3D after I moved to MSFS).

Lots of good Canadian usage of the A310, both Air Transat and the Canadian Armed Forces.


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Yes!!! The preview shots in the link look amazing 🤩🤩🤩 can’t wait for this bird. 

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The PMDG 73, Leonardo Maddog, Concorde and A310 are a MUST BUY for me!


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9 minutes ago, blueshark747 said:

The PMDG 73, Leonardo Maddog, Concorde and A310 are a MUST BUY for me!

Agree with that list, except I’ll replace the Concorde with the FenixA320. I’ll wait to see reviews of the Concorde before I get it. 

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Really fantastic news, back in the old days I loved flying the Sim Soft Workshop A310. This will be a day one purchase for me for sure!

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Wonderful news, the more the merrier!


Is it done yet? When will it be released? Will it be freeware or payware? How much will it be? Any updates on the progress? Will it work for FSX? What's the minimum requirements? Can I be a beta tester?

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2 minutes ago, Greazer said:

Here's hoping their "Secret Project" is a shiny new 737 NG or 737 MAX.

I'm hoping its something that's not currently in the pipeline by other well known developers!

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7 minutes ago, Ridvan Celik said:

I'm hoping its something that's not currently in the pipeline by other well known developers!

Competition is always good. And the number of Airbus developers is stacking up: iniSimulations, Fly by Wire, Fenix, Aerosoft. Possibly FS labs and Toliss as well. 

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Simply one of the best add-ons ever released for a flight-sim. It made me use XP11 again on a regular basis. Great news!

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