23.12.2023 – 16:31z

iniBuilds A350 for MSFS Announced

The iniBuilds team continues with their Winter Wonderland event, and after yesterday’s announcement of winter sales, the team has today continued on announcing new products. Alongside with a new scenery, the secret project was revealed as well, which turns out to be Airbus’s most innovative airliner, the A350.

Announced via their Discord server, the team brings another high-fidelity Airbus to the world of Microsoft Flight Simulator. The team is already renowned for working on older Airbus airliners, like the A300 and the A310, as well as Beluga for X-Plane. However, this is not their first time working on a modern Airbus jet, as the team was already working on an A380 for X-Plane, which was never released.

There are two screenshots shared through the Discord server that show that the team is working on two variants of the plane, that being the A350-900 and the longer A350-1000. Both of these are state-of-the-art airliners, directly competing with the 787 series by Boeing.

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Its maiden flight was done in 2013 and Qatar Airways received the first model in 2015. It is also known as A350-XWB, standing for eXtra Wide Body. The plane is built from carbon composite materials and is powered by Rolls Royce Trent XWB engines.

In the development update shared through their Forums, the team mentions that this A350 add-on is also going to include both winglet variants and the launch is expected in 2024.

With the A350, There Comes A380

Alongside the A350, the iniBuilds team confirmed that they are working on a rebuilt A380 model for Microsoft Flight Simulator, which will be developed alongside Airbus’s current flagship aircraft. However, it will be released afterwards, with no timeline planned at the moment.

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The plane is still highly work in progress and the team is still looking for real-world A350 pilots to make improvements.

In the meantime, you can also take a look at the upcoming Airbus A300 for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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