FlightFactor Fleet Now Available for X-Plane 12

During this week, FlightFactor has gradually released new updates for their fleet, featuring official support of X-Plane 12.

You can now enjoy the Airbus A320, the Boeing 767, and the Boeing 757 in X-Plane 12. Unfortunately, no new information has emerged regarding the upcoming 777v2 and 787 Pro, which should both be coming to X-Plane 12 sooner or later.

Whether the A350 is coming to X-Plane 12 is still unknown.

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For now, if you previously owned the 757 or the 767 from FlightFactor for X-Plane 11, you can download free updates through the included X-Updater. They do not only come with full X-Plane 12 support but also a vast array of fixes and optimizations.

It’s important to mention, that the team released these updates as BETA, thus you have to enable to receive BETA updates in the X-Updater prior to updating.

In the case of the A320, FlightFactor introduced a paid upgrade. If you previously owned the addon for X-Plane 11, you can get it for X-Plane 12 for $20 through a separate purchase. The team justifies this with a wholly reworked cockpit model, new aerodynamic effects, and an improved failure system.

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For new customers, all prices remain the same as they were previously set for X-Plane 11.

You can purchase the A320 through the X-Plane.org store for $89.95, or if you already owned it for X-Plane 11, for 20$ through a separate purchase here.

If you want to purchase the 757 and 767 for X-Plane 12, you have to buy the X-Plane 11 versions and then update through the X-Updater.

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