FlightSimLabs Releases v213 Update for A320-X and Libraries
Flight Sim Labs (FSLabs) has today released v213 update for their A320-X product family and Libraries. The update is only available through the experimental channel of the FSL Control Center.
The update fixes several issues reported by customers, including:
- a number of bug fixes, as well as some performance improvements.
- The CTR TK FEEDG erroneous FWC messages issue has been fixed. This issue was causing some customers to experience incorrect flight data in their cockpit displays.
- The Auto Trim issue has also been fixed. This issue was causing the aircraft to trim itself incorrectly in some situations.
- The CLR button light on the ECP not extinguishing properly issue has also been fixed. This issue was causing the light to remain on even after the CLR button had been pressed.
FSLabs Concorde Release Candidate Soon
FSLabs also announced that their Concorde aircraft for Prepar3D v5 is in its late beta stages and is expected to be promoted to “Release Candidate” status within the next few days, indicating that the aircraft is nearing completion and is ready for final testing before it is released to the public.
The Concorde is an iconic aircraft that was retired from service in 2003. Built between 1965-1979, just 14 examples saw active service with Air France and British Airways. It was the fastest commercial aircraft built to date, with a top speed of Mach 2.02.
FSLabs Looks to the Future
In addition to the updates for the A320-X and Concorde, FSLabs also gave an update on their plans for the future. They said that their development and innovation efforts have focused on bringing all new versions of the existing product lineup to Microsoft Flight Simulator. With Prepar3D v6 having just been released, FSLabs have so far decided to defer any decision on bringing their aircraft to the simulator until after the current development work has been released.