FSLabs Show Off A319 and A320 Cockpit Shots

FSLabs has been kind enough to show off some shots off their upcoming P3D v4 version of the A320 on their forums. But not only the A320, they have also shown off a preliminary shot…

Posted: 20-Sep-2017 @ 16:28z
FSLabs Show Off A319 and A320 Cockpit Shots

FSLabs has been kind enough to show off some shots off their upcoming P3D v4 version of the A320 on their forums. But not only the A320, they have also shown off a preliminary shot of the A319. Also enclosed in this post were some details regarding new features to the aircraft.

Andy Wilson (FSLabs developer) specified some new features that we’ll be seeing in this upcoming update. The first major change is the addition of an ability to load, save and set a default panel state through the MCDU. This is a much needed feature to fix the clunky panel state loading system we see at the moment. Also included is the ability to add a SEC FLPN and FIX INFO in the FMGS with extensive work being put in to support future updates.

Andy pointed out that extensive work had gone into this update, bringing a wide range of improvements to the already excellent product. He also mentioned that it is in the final stages of beta testing, so hopefully we see a release soon!

The shots shown off by Andy include various cockpit shots from the A320 with one exterior shot of the A319.

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