LatinVFR Releases Airbus A321 neo Series for MSFS - LatinVFR, Microsoft Flight Simulator

LatinVFR Releases Airbus A321 neo Series for MSFS

A well-known scenery developer LatinVFR, responsible for sceneries such as Santiago de Chile or Buenos Aires, released the Airbus A321neo series aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This marks the developer’s entry into the 3rd party aircraft market. The developer announced the release through their Facebook page and other social media.

The aircraft is currently available through the in-game marketplace for €24.99.

The package offers a total of four different versions of the A321 neo. There are two engine options – Leap and PW, as well as Long Range versions of the aircraft. It also includes 47 liveries for more than 40 airlines.

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The aircraft offers default A320 neo systems and its default interior. There however is a detailed aircraft cabin, matching each airline and night lighting, as well as animated passengers. Furthermore, there are custom engine sounds for both engine options.

Features

  • Detailed aircraft interior matching each airline, with night lighting, animated passengers, and animated cabin crew in all aircraft increasing the immersion while you fly.
  • Systems and flight deck are based on the default Asobo A320neo.
  • Custom sounds for both PW engine variant and LEAP engine variant
  • Custom flight models for the 4 different variants and engine types.
  • Wing flex
  • Flight dynamics and performance characteristics based on the A321neo
  • Customized ground service equipment such as air conditioners, and stairs, available whenever ground power is selected and active in ground services.
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If you’d like to learn more about LatinVFR and their work, you can check out our other article here.

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