LatinVFR Previews A330ceo and Provides Development Update on Current Airbus Projects

A sneak preview at the upcoming engine options coming to the A330ceo and an update on the A340-300.

Posted: 23-Jan-2024 @ 21:36z
LatinVFR Previews A330ceo and Provides Development Update on Current Airbus Projects

LatinVFR has taken to social media to inform the community of the status of several Airbus projects currently in the works for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The team covered the A330neo, the A340-300 and also the A330ceo. There is also a quick preview of some liveries coming to the A321ceo, including the A321 P2F.

Starting with their A330ceo, LatinVFR shared a number of screenshots from their development team. LatinVFR is working on 3 engine sets for the A330ceo, including General Electric, Pratt & Whitney, and the Rolls Royce engines. The team said that they have multiple teams working ’round the clock’ in order to get these out as soon as possible, whilst making sure they meet their standards. The A330-200ceo is coming first, followed then by the A330-300ceo with all engine variants.

Moving on, the A340-300 is “mostly done”. They said that once a new update on the A330neo is out the door, they can finish up what is needed on the A340-300. This includes electrical, fuel and screens, performance for the 4-engine aircraft. LatinVFR said in the coming days/weeks, we should get a better idea on how the A340-300 is looking.

Another aircraft many people are experiencing right now is the A330neo (the -900 variant). This aircraft is currently undergoing a “huge update”, which has completely new and custom avionics. Again, like the A340-300, more information on the A330neo will come soon.

Finally, LatinVFR treated us to some previews of the liveries they have been working on for the A321 and the A321 P2F model. You can view them all below.

We will soon have a review for you to enjoy on the A330neo, so stay tuned to FSElite for more on that. In the mean time, check out the previews for the A340 LatinVFR shared at the end of last year.

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