Airline2Sim Airbus A320 Cadet Training Program New Episodes Now Available

Late last year, Airline2Sim released the first module of their long-awaited Airbus A320 Cadet Training Program. The release saw Ben and James (real-world A320 pilot) take you through some of the basics of the aircraft and introducing you to the many training scenarios the collection of videos will take you through. The new batch of episodes, available to all current and new customers, has a focus on Flight Mode Annunciator (FMA) and will also take you to various locations around Europe for some on the line flying.

As with the other episodes, Airline2Sim will give you supporting graphics on the screen, whilst the commentary provided enables you to easily follow along with the duo as they discuss the various subjects. Module Two now brings the total episode count to 11*, which is around 11 hours worth of video content to digest. Over the course of the next four weeks (each Tuesday), a new module will be released. This will bring the final episode count to 27, meaning there is still plenty of more content to consume over the coming months. The release schedule is listed down below. Be sure to keep an eye on your emails and accounts each Tuesday for the newest episodes.

Whilst the tutorial was made in the Flight Sim Labs A320X, the principles can be applied to any aircraft simulation on any platform.

You can buy Airline2Sim’s A320 Cadet from their all-new store for £39.99. All 27 episodes are included in the price but will release in blocks over time.

*Episode 11 releases at 18:00z on January 5th 2020.



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I have been an avid fan of Flight Sim since the release of ‘2000 and have developed my love for aviation ever since. I have the knowledge and experience to really deliver an excellent aviation community. Although no real life flying experience, I have a good understanding and always learning more and more.
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