16.2.2024 – 23:06z

iniBuilds Gathers Data for their Upcoming A350 for MSFS from Professional Simulator

iniBuilds has shown their seriousness with the Airbus A350 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. In a post on X (Twitter), they shared a picture of a group from their development team who visited a professional full-motion Airbus A350 simulator to gather data for their MSFS itineration of the aircraft.

The post details that the team has spent 6 hours in the simulator. iniBuilds explained this as an invaluable opportunity that enabled them to gather crucial data. The data they collected ranges from intricate measurements within the flight deck to engine parameters.

They also managed to get a great insight into the aircraft’s flying characteristics that they should now be able to work with. This sort of access to a professional simulator allows developers to portray the aircraft in more consumer-focused platforms accurately.

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We’ve previously heard from developers that working on modern airliners isn’t possible because their documentation isn’t available to the public eyes. iniBuilds took a slightly different approach that will hopefully prove efficient and, perhaps, if proven efficient, might open doors to opportunities for other developers as well.

At the end of the post, iniBuilds concludes by mentioning that they are fully committed to giving the A350 for MSFS their “absolute all” and eagerly anticipate sharing more updates with the community as the project progresses.

If you want to learn more about the aircraft, you can refer to our other article covering the announcement from December 2023 by clicking here.

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