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  1. wain

    She's back

    Aerosoft have released initially the A318/319, A320/321 to follow in around 5 weeks.......if you previously owned this then it all feels much the same but now works in p3d4.3, I took advantage of the upgrade service they are offering, went to Aerosoft web and bought the bundle, using original keycode you get 50% of so I get all 4 for £37.....A320/321 can be downloaded as soon as they are released....did a quick flight using the option of CP help for the checklists but haven't as yet gone through the MCDU....here are a few shots however I haven't really set up my settings properly since 4.3 full install the other week....
  2. Airbus Widebody Extreme V0.85 containing 12 different and very accurate aircraft ( and more to come ) has been released, there is also a new Pre-Flight Manager The package includes easy access to over 150 Liveries with instant and automatic installation. More detail here http://www.blackboxsimulation.com/index.php/blog/widebody-v0851/ More on the Prologue here http://www.blackboxsimulation.com/index.php/products/prepar3d/a330xtreme/
  3. Lefteris Kalamaras has posted a very interesting update over on flightsimlabs.com Inside information on P3Dv3 future compatibility for Concorde X and an update on their new A320-X including a video for the beta model in action. More here http://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?%2Ftopic%2F6040-fslabs-products-a320-x-concorde-x-spotlights-a-long-update%2F
  4. Just published is a review by Jessica Bannister-Pearce for our X-Plane users. Airbus A350 XWB Advanced published by Flight Factor. Is this one worth you sending your hard-earned cash on? Read on...
  5. Sorry to quote you, John, but Airbus has another set of worries as a Singapore Airlines A330 loses power to both engines and descends 4000m before re-starting them:http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/may/27/singapore-airlines-jet-plunges-4000m-after-losing-power-in-both-engines Maybe, this is similar to the engine loss experienced when flying through volcanic plumes? Not good for Airbus - or Rolls Royce for that matter. Cheers - Dai.
  6. Just published is Kasper Hanselman's review of Aersoft's Airbus X Extended: A320/A321. - The version reviewed here is 1.15 As the workhorse of many an airline it has to be pretty durable, see what Kasper makes of this model. Read on...
  7. Thought you might like this ILS approach to Queenstown, NZ. Think it's an A320, but you'll tell me if I'm wrong: http://www.flyingmag.com/pilots-places/pilots-adventures-more/video-coolest-instrument-approach-ever?cmpid=enews111913&spPodID=030&spMailingID=18161155&spUserID=NjgzNDE3MzM0MzgS1&spJobID=237969762&spReportId=MjM3OTY5NzYyS0 Fancy doing that? Got a feeling that the vid's speed is double? Cheers - Dai.
  8. A380 Demand Dwindles http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-07-11/airbus-scraps-target-of-30-a380-sales-as-demand-dwindles.html Good article. Not covered by the headline, but explained in the article, Boeing is experiencing a similar downturn in 747-8 orders. It seems that the world is not all that interested in 4-engine transport aircraft at this point in time. This downturn for the Busboys surely sets back their projected financial breakeven point for the A380 even further than the wildly optimistic 2015 forecast by their CFO last year. Realistically, breakeven is probably out beyond 2016 now, or when hell freezes over, whichever comes later. The second round of wing cracks, which, unlike the first type discovered, DO have safety/structural significance and must be repaired, has hurt them badly. The A320 series is keeping them afloat and profitable - A380 and A400M continue to be awash in red ink and it's far from assured that either program will reach break-even. Regardless of whether you like the two aircraft or not, the Busboys would be in far better shape if they'd never embarked on either project. John
  9. Here's a surfeit of 'buses' for you (not my video): http://vimeo.com/4525928 Didn't know there were so many! Cheers - Dai.
  10. Just installed this freeware plane to my AH custom aircraft list. http://flightsim.com...ame=TOMA346.ZIP Boy! can this plane carry some cargo, about 49000 lbs more that the default 747-400 and it's almost 69 million bucks cheaper as well! Aircraft: Airbus A340-600 Publisher/Developer: THOMAS RUTH (freeware) Sim Version: FSX AH Purchase Cost: $195,754,800.00 Lease Deposit: $24,469,356.00 Monthly Lease Payment: $10,875,269.00 MTOW: 829000 lbs. Empty Weight: 390201 lbs. Max Fuel: 45868 USG Cargo Capacity: 131483.4 lbs. Cheer's...Graham...
  11. Airbus A380 Superjumbo Hit by Another Fault http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/engineering/9088801/Airbus-A380-superjumbo-hit-by-another-fault.html The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is now considering an "airworthiness directive" requiring Airbus to replace the aluminium rivets with titanium fasteners." EASA said: "During an engineering review, it has been identified that six aluminium rivets... are not in compliance with the certification requirements. Fatigue analysis has shown that while structure limit load capability is still ensured, it may not support ultimate load." This means that while the rivets would be able to withstand loads experienced during flight, the safety agency has concerns that in the event of an in-flight emergency they could fail. This is certainly not a serious setback - replacing a half-dozen rivets on each of about 70 operating AC, even using costly titanium, isn't going to severely tax the Busboys or the AC operators.
  12. From Mathijs Kok: Aerosoft has revealed the Airbus A320NEO, to be part of the upcoming Airbus X version 2 for FSX. When akes about availability and discounts for present V1 users he replied More here
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