FlightFactor Confirms Performance Update for A320 (XP11)

FlightFactor has recently confirmed that they’re working on an update for their rendition of an Airbus A320 for X-Plane 11. The information was shared through their Discord server when one of the server members asked about the performance update for A320 and if it’s coming.

The developer stated in their answer that they’re now working on an overhaul of the aircraft. There should be a big update of aerodynamics, engine model, fly-by-wire systems as well as the performance, which should be less CPU heavy. The developer said that there are a lot of things to be done at once, mainly because of an significant amount of cross-influences, there are also few bugs in the aircraft which have to be fixed first.

The performance update can so be expected, however, it’s unsure when this update will be released or officially announced.

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Author: Patrik

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