ToLiss Updates A321 for X-Plane 11

Famed aircraft development studio ToLiss, behind the praised A321 and A319 for X-Plane 11, has recently taken to their social media platforms to announce a small update to their A321 CEO and NEO aircraft.

The update itself is not large but does contain two new minor features, as well as 10 bug fixes. The new features include the A321 NEO FLAP/MCDU and PITCH TRIM/MCDU DISAGREE caution messages, as well as that FMGS can now compute predictions across discontinuities. The bug fixes include engine fires now working when engine is at idle, improved engine sounds for NEO variant, and much more.

The update can be downloaded for existing customers through the X-Updater application which you can download here. If you do not already own the aircraft, it can be purchased for approximately €64.89 here.


Minor new features:

  • A321 NEO now features the FLAP/MCDU and PITCH TRIM/MCDU DISAGREE caution messages
  • FMGS can now compute predictions across discontinuities

Bug fixes:

  • Engine Fire now also works with engine at idle
  • When performing a DIRTO with Radial In or Radial Out, the heading does not resync anymore upon insert, if already in Heading mode
  • FIX INFO is now available again during PREFLIGHT Phase.
  • RNP departures from NZQN RW23 work now as they should.
  • Reduced speed trend and vertical FD jitter occuring during high accelerations
  • Fine tuned AP altitude tracking and capture
  • Improved LEAP and PWG startup sounds
  • Brakes will not stop working below 2kts anymore.
  • Removed aileron anti-droop on A321 NEO, as that feature does not exist IRL
  • Livery control strings now work, if there is no livery config file present.

Author: Liam

Hi! My name is Liam, I am from Australia, I have been flight simming for around 5 years, mainly with X-Plane 11. I joined FSNews in October 2020 and I am excited to keep all of you informed on the latest flight sim news!

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