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Aerosoft Considering A350 for MSFS, Previews A330 Cockpit

Aerosoft’s Mathijs Kok has continued, throughout April, to update the community on how is the development of the A330 for Microsoft Flight Simulator progressing. Along with the usual good news, he has also shared a bunch of interesting information grouped with previews.

A330 for MSFS

First of them all, Mathijs has shared the first preview of the Airbus A330 for MSFS cockpit. He has previewed the virtual cockpit of the aircraft in the cold&dark state. Further, he noted that it is still a work in progress.

The developers still have to apply dirt and wear details to the textures, however, the modelling is done. It has been said to be the cleanest you will find in the simulator.

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Apart from that, Mathijs has also shared previews of the current wing models. Both of their previews can be found below.

Airbus A350 for MSFS?

In the same thread, a community member, under the nickname Fabonymous, has asked Mathijs if the team plans to bring the renowned Airbus A340 to the simulator as well. He soon received a reply stating that A340 is not currently planned.

However, Mathijs continued to detail that the team is “looking at the A350“. Presumably, for Microsoft Flight Simulator since the whole discussion was held there. Aerosoft A350 is much closer than it ever was before, although still very far.

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It is in no way an official announcement. Developers often exaggerate on their forums, yet, we still found it interesting enough to share with the community.

Would you like to see Aerosoft A350 in MSFS? Let us know in the comment section below!

Previous articles on the A330

The developers have previously shared a preview of the aircraft exterior in Microsoft Flight Simulator. If you want to read more about that, you can read my previous article by clicking here.

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