iniBuilds Releases Beluga for X-Plane 11

First officially announced to be in development just about a month ago, iniBuilds’ division iniSimulations has today officially released their rendition of the A300 BelugaST for X-Plane 11. The development of the aircraft was highly-anticipated by the flight simulation community since the initial announcement.

The release announcement was made through the iniBuilds social network profiles including Facebook, Discord, and Twitter. The price of the aircraft was set to about €53 with a 25% discount available for A300 owners making the Beluga price for them €40.

Together with the aircraft, a freeware scenery of Hawarden Airport (EGNR) was released. The airport is considered as one of the most unique airports in Wales. It is used by Airbus to manufacture nearly all of its wings for the A320, A350, and A380. The airport sees BelugaST quite regularly.

The aircraft itself features enhanced systems, an enhanced flight model to match the real aircraft, renewed visuals including 4K PBR textures, authentic sounds for the aircraft and ground equipment, enhanced EFB, or custom animated ground equipment, for example.

In regards to the custom ground equipment, the aircraft features six hand-crafted cargo options to load with the custom loader.

If you want to purchase the BelugaST addon, you can do so exclusively through the iniBuilds website for the previously mentioned price of about €53 with VAT excluded.

If you want to learn more about the Beluga development history, or about other projects by iniBuilds, it is recommended to read our iniBuilds category archive.

Author: George

I've been a flight sim enthusiast for some time now, and I've always enjoyed flying to various destinations all over the world. My favourite airport is by far Corfu with its scenic and challenging approach. I founded FSNews in May 2019.

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