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  1. Source: FSElite FS2Crew, a developer known for their addons allowing realistic interaction between the pilot and their environment, have released another addition to their product line: FS2Crew Aerosoft Airbus Pro. The purchase of this product contains 3 parts: Both voice and button control as well as an Airbus Global FO Voice Set. This addon allows users to take control of various parts of their flight, from boarding passengers, to pushback to checklist management in-flight, purely by using their voice (Button control available for those without microphones). The extensive feature list shows the true immersion this product will add to your Aerosoft Airbus Pro flying experience: Procedures modelled on real-world Airbus SOPs Direct and seamless integration with the Aerosoft Airbus Pro Normal checklists Airbus specific crew flows Flight Attendant and ground crew interactions (including pushback) Cabin announcements Captain PAs Bleeds-off takeoffs Various approach profiles and missed approaches Turn-arounds/thru-flights De-icing at gates or pads Circuits/ touch and go procedures Free Airbus Global FO Voice set (Worth €20) Free version of FS Video Marshaller (Worth €14) The Aerosoft Airbus Pro addon includes voice sets from 7 various regions around the world: North America UK Germany Italy Scandinavia Asia Spain/ Portugal/ Latin America Of course, to use this addon, users are required to own the Aerosoft Airbus Professional for P3Dv4. Existing users of FS2Crew’s Aerosoft Airbus product are eligible to a €5 discount. The FS2Crew: Aerosoft Airbus Pro is available for purchase on their website for €34.95 and is available for P3Dv4 only. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.fs2crew.com/cart/products/FS2Crew%3A-Aerosoft-Airbus-Pro.html NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/fs2crew-releases-aerosoft-airbus-pro/
  2. First flight of Airbus' BelugaXL SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  3. FSFX Packages Airbus Professional Statement SOURCE INFO Ever since the release of the Aerosoft Airbus Professional, and even way before that, many have been wondering if FSFX Packages’ A320 Immersion package would be compatible with the new product, and now we know. In the blog post on the FSFX website, it was revealed that the package is not compatible with the new version and it’s not as straightforward of a port as many think due to the changed systems behind the scenes. The team further elaborated that it is very unlikely that we’ll see an update for the product until early 2019, and it will be a paid update (with discounts) when it does release. As a close, and to end on a high note, FSFX teased that they have “some cool thing coming in October!”, whatever that may be! That’s all for now sadly, until next time! https://fsfxpackages.com/en/blog/2018/07/14/statement-about-aerosofts-new-a318-a319-professional/https://fsfxpackages.com/en/blog/2018/07/14/statement-about-aerosofts-new-a318-a319-professional/ https://fselite.net/news/fsfx-packages-airbus-professional-statement/
  4. The incredible inventions of intuitive AI | Maurice Conti Including AirBus designs SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  5. Airbus A220 Family SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  6. An airplane named BelugaXL now has a paint job to match. (Airbus) SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2018/07/02/airbus-beluga-plane-gets-cute-new-makeover.html
  7. Aerosoft has announced prices for Airbus A318/321. A few weeks ago, in a forum post by Mathijs Kok, the prices of the upcoming P3Dv4 version of Aerosoft’s Airbus A320 family (Aerosoft A318/19/20/21 Professional) has been revealed: SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/132584-pricing/ NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/aerosoft-announce-airbus-pricing/
  8. hey guys its been a while. this popped up, Flight Sim Labs announces new “super-cool” icing effects for upcoming Airbus A319-X I wonder what Mr. Kiven thinks of these effects SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.airdailyx.net/article/flight-sim-labs-announces-new-super-cool-icing-effects-for-upcoming-airbus-a319-x/
  9. Synthetic Vision System Airbus Aircraft Tradition meets cutting-edge in new cockpit instrumentation. The Primary Flight Display, a high-tech digital screen that combines many of the dials and gauges of yesteryear is getting even better due to Airbus innovation with synthetic vision. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCq-Du7_SK0 SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCq-Du7_SK0
  10. Aerosoft Airbus A318/319 Professional Series to Release In June Usually, the updates from Aerosoft regarding the Airbus Professional series contain some brand new screenshots or an update on development progress. However, what is usually missing is a timeframe of when we can expect the series of planes to be released. It’s been known for a while now that Aerosoft have a release system in mind once the first of the packs hit, but what wasn’t known is when the first of those would be released. Today, Mathijs confirmed that the release date for the Airbus A318/319 Professional series is due to be on June 26th. In his post on the Aerosoft forums, he describes how the meeting today was both full of good news and not so good news. The good news is that the propulsion system is progressing fine, with just smaller details now being worked on. Further good news is that there are some brand new voices for the checklist and smaller details like cockpit lighting is now complete. On the flip side, the MCDU, the FMS and AP still have some issues to resolve. Mathijs described the MCDU as “the most complex bit of code” that the team have ever done, so testing has been slower than expected. However, he did say that this will be the most advanced Airbus MCDU currently available in the sim. A new preview topic will be started this week with information on final pricing, updated box information, manuals and more. SOURCE INFO http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/130620-aerosoft-a318a319a320a321a330-professional-preview-part-5/&page=1 https://fselite.net/news/aerosoft-airbus-a318-319-professional-series-to-release-in-june/
  11. YASP: Yet Another Set of Previews Frank Docter, one of the beta testers as well as a reference pilot to the Aerosoft Airbus team posted some new shots of the Airbus in action. He noticed that there are several bugs (20+) that still need to be ironed out for a fault free experience. Some may be visual/audio anomalies while others could be rather major. Overall, the product seems to be maturing very well and he says, "All in all the product is shaping up rather nicely but some rough corners still need to be polished." Now, to the screenshots from his flight (EDDM-LSZH): SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/130620-aerosoft-a318a319a320a321a330-professional-preview-part-5/&do=findComment&comment=869385 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  12. Nothing but some jaw-dropping visuals of the A321 have surfaced on the Aerosoft forums. Do these guys know how to model an airplane or what? Absolutely stunning! SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/130620-aerosoft-a318a319a320a321a330-professional-preview-part-5/&do=findComment&comment=868211 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  13. UPDATE ! We have just released an interim Update V0.87.8 1 - fixes CTD situations entering bad / erronious navdata 2 - fixes P3DV4.2 missing fcu digits and switches etc 3 - Guaranteed Malware Free ! Update available here: http://www.blackboxsimulation.com/index.php/technical-support/files/#A320Family SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : https://www.facebook.com/BlackBoxSimulation/posts/1585009811584411 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  14. It seems featuring the plane in the previous Mission Impossible film hasn’t helped here?! ... == Airbus has written off another €1.3bn (£1.2bn) on its troubled A400M military transport plane, bringing total losses on the project to more than €8bn. The A400M has had setbacks over the years, most seriously a crash during a test flight in Spain in 2015 which led to the deaths of the four crew members. == SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43069630
  15. The Airbus A350-1000 Takes the Singapore Airshow Spotlight – AINtv SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
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  18. Update 26 Jan 2017 @ 18:30z Lately, we have seen a lot of previews from the A320, but Aerosoft has now decided to share some previews of the A319 Professional. The smaller sibling of the A320 will pack the same features and detail as it’s bigger brother and include all of the new functions Aerosoft will include in their Professional line of Airbus aircraft. These previews come after Mathijs’ latest update on how progress is going. Furthermore, he today added that next week the team will begin porting over subsystems (like ELEC, BLEED, APU) from the A330 to the A320. The idea is that the logic behind these systems remains the same, but just need a different configuration file to get working correctly. He is fully confident that porting will be a smooth process and another step closer to the release of these aircraft. In general, the team are feeling great and are chasing down the bugs as and when they come up. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/
  19. 1/12 World's largest passenger airliner: The double-deck, four-engine Airbus A380 is the world's largest passenger airliner, measuring close to 73 meters in length and holding as many as 853 passengers. MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/AFP/Getty Images (CNN) — It's the middle of the night in the sleepy French town of Lévignac, in the countryside just outside of Toulouse. There are people lined up along the town's main road, waiting for a parade to begin. But there are no marching bands or decorated floats at this 1 a.m. event. Instead, a convoy of six trucks appears, each pulling an enormous trailer carrying a massive component of the world's largest passenger airliner, the Airbus A380. The crowds applaud as the plane's wings, fuselage sections and horizontal tailplane slowly inch their way through the provincial town -- a procession that's repeated every few weeks. The Airbus fleet travels through the town of Lévignac. Courtesy Airbus Giant airplane kit The Final Assembly Line (FAL) for the double-deck, 500+ passenger A380 is in the Jean-Luc Lagardere plant, a purpose-built facility at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport in southern France. It's also the site of the Airbus corporate HQ and flight test department, and where single-aisle A320s and wide-body A330 and A350s are built. Since its first delivery to Singapore Airlines in 2007, more than 200 A380s have rolled off the line in Toulouse. Most of the planes, more than 100 aircraft, are flown by the Dubai-based Emirates airline. As with other Airbus projects, the manufacturing of components for the A380 are spread among the company's facilities throughout Europe, and parts come from suppliers all over the world. The megajet's wings are built in Broughton, Wales; fuselage sections come from Hamburg, Germany and Saint-Nazaire, France; the horizontal tailplane is made in Cadiz, Spain; and the vertical tail fin is also manufactured in Hamburg. Getting these huge pieces of airplane to the FAL is a tightly orchestrated logistical process, overseen by Arnaud Cazeneuve, oversize surface transportation manager for Airbus. From rivets and bolts, to seats and engines, an A380 is made up of about four million individual parts produced by 1,500 companies from 30 countries around the world. "One A380, to me, is six components -- three fuselage sections, two wings, and the horizontal tailplane," says Cazeneuve. Related content Airplane discos and gyms: Inflight ideas that never took off Ro-ro ships The parts too big to travel by air are transferred to France on specially designed vessels. Courtesy Airbus Airbus has a fleet of three specially designed vessels to transport the A380's major components to a floating pontoon dock in Pauillac, just inland on France's Atlantic coast. The roll-on, roll-off -- or ro-ro -- ships carry the six completed A380 sections from Airbus facilities in Wales, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. "There is no crane activity needed," Cazeneuve tells CNN Travel. "Each production plant puts the sections on the transport jig, and a special multi-purpose vehicle goes under the jig to move it. "I don't have to touch the section, just transfer the component from one transport means to another." Six by sea, one by air While the six major components of an A380 are enjoying a sea cruise, the plane's vertical tail fin flies from Hamburg to Toulouse. The fin's first flight isn't on the outside of a plane, but inside one of Airbus' A300-600ST Super Transporters -- better known as the Beluga. These highly modified cargo carriers started life as wide-body passenger jets. Each plane's cockpit has been dropped to accommodate a cavernous cargo bay that's been grafted atop the fuselage. The fleet of five Belugas link Airbus facilities in Europe, carrying components to FALs for all of Airbus' planes. Even though the Beluga is designed to carry oversized cargo, it can only accommodate the vertical fin of the A380 -- all of the other major sections of the megajet are just too big. Meanwhile, in Pauillac, the A380's six major components are unloaded, and then moved to one of two barges for the next stage of the trip to Toulouse. The barges make four return trips over eight days, traveling 95 kilometers up the Garonne River to Langon. But from there, it's still another 240 kilometers to the FAL in Toulouse. As each major component arrives in Langon, it's transferred to a specially designed trailer. Once all six sections arrive, the road trip to Toulouse can begin. Related content 14 best aviation museums around the world Road trip The convoy travels across specially modified roads from Langon to Toulouse to deliver the components. Courtesy Airbus Traveling only at night, the convoy takes two evenings to cover the 240 kilometers to Toulouse, on the Itinéraire à Grand Gabarit (IGG) -- a secondary-road route that was modified to handle the extreme size of the A380's sections. "Between Langon and Toulouse, before the A380, there was a road managed by the French authorities," says Cazeneuve. "When we developed the project, we came to the authorities saying, 'we would like to transfer these big components on this route.'" Airbus paid 57% of the road upgrade cost of 171 million euros ($205 million), and the government paid the remaining 43%, recognizing the economic benefit brought to the region by the A380 project. Roads were widened, and obstructions shifted from the roadside. Over 6,500 trees were planted, three to four times the number that were removed. Dedicated bypass roads were built, to make it easier for the convoy to navigate around some of the 21 towns and villages on the route. As well as a slew of other changes, roundabouts were rebuilt to allow the trucks to pass directly over the center of the traffic circles. More than 35 kilometers of bicycle and horse paths were created, utilizing the new wider right-of-way. These huge airplane parts are on their way to becoming an A380, the world's largest passenger liner. Courtesy Airbus Hero's welcome "When you're driving on the road, you feel that this is used by the A380," says Cazeneuve. "You know that this is something different than a normal road." A calendar showing the planned convoy dates is available on the IGG website, and local residents are reminded three days before each convoy begins its trip, via roadside display boards. As the trucks move through the night, the route is closed in sections to regular traffic, for both the safety and security of the convoy -- and then there's the town of Lévignac. Instead of using a bypass, the convoy travels directly though the center of the town. This is the one section of the IGG where each truck is accompanied by spotters, walking alongside the trailers -- and for good reason. "There is just 50 centimeters clearance on each side between the component and the buildings. People in the buildings are watching the components go by, right in front of their windows," says Cazeneuve. Once through Lévignac, it's just an hour's drive to the convoy's final stop, at the FAL in Toulouse. Although he might lose some sleep, Cazeneuve regularly heads out from Toulouse in the middle of the night. "I go quite often to see the convoy, to see that everything is running well." LINK TO SOURCE: http://www.cnn.com/travel/article/airbus-a380-parts-together/?iid=ob_lockedrail_bottomlarge
  20. Airbus is Feature Ready! According to Mathijs Kok on the Aerosoft Forums, the Babybus 2018 Professional has been declared feature-ready. This means that all the features that they wanted to be implemented into the aircraft has been implemented. The next step is to take the product into beta to iron out any bugs, take suggestions, and improve the product before final release. A318 Now or A32X Later? Now, the Aerosoft team is debating if they want to delay the series or simply release the A318 right now. Unfortunately, they had developed all the features on the A318, which according to Mathijs was a bad decision. This means that it would take them time to shift everything over to the A320. Personally, I’d prefer the A318 right now, because it’s an aircraft that we don’t have in v4 yet. What are your thoughts? Would you like to see the A320 or A318 first? Let us know in the comments section!! Will it Compare with the FSLabs? Now the question is, with the earlier release and success of the FlightSimLabs A320 and the upcoming A319, how will Aerosoft’s product compare with FSLabs? Only time will tell, but from what I’m seeing, it looks really promising! You can read more about the Airbus Professional Series on Aerosoft’s forum here. LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.airdailyx.net/article/aerosoft-airbus-a32x-declared-feature-ready/
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  22. Zhu Yue, from Liaoning Province in China, started building an Airbus A320 with five friends last October The farmer said he taught himself how to build a plane by studying technical drawings and plane models So far Mr Zhu has spent over ÂŁ90,000 (800,000 yuan) and used 40 tonnes of iron building the aircraft He plans to open a restaurant inside or turns it into his home once the replica is complete next May LINK TO SOURCE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/peoplesdaily/article-5191139/Chinese-farmer-builds-Airbus-A320-90K.html
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