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iniSimulations A310-300 Teaser Trailer

iniSimulations has shared a short teaser trailer for the upcoming A310-300 on X-Plane 11. The teaser shares just a few clips of the aircraft in action and leaves fans wanting more from the final trailer which should be landing very soon.

The A310-300 follows on from the iniSimultions A300-600R(F) and the A300 BelugaST on X-Plane 11, but will include more features and details as the team continues to refine their skills.

Since the initial announcement, the team has been “overwhelmed” by the support from the community. iniSimulations has said that the following types of the A310-300 will eventually come and be released as part of the product:

  • A310-300 Freighter – PW & GE
  • A310-300 Passenger – PW & GE
  • A310-300 MRTT (Multi Role Tanker Transport) – GE
  • A310-300 Medevac – GE
  • A310-300 ACJ (Business Jet configuration) – GE

Building on the aircraft even further, iniSimulations has also included a “comprehensive” failures package, which will also be made available in the iniSimulations A300-600R(F) in the future. In addition, the IDC/RMP unit will be able to be toggled to either a more modern configuration or the classic version. Finally, it was confirmed that the A310-300 will use the Experimental Flight Model.

The A310 will be standalone, with customers of the A300 getting a 35% discount off the A310 when it is released. A310 customers can also get a discount off the A300 of 25% if they only have the A310.

Once we learn more, we’ll be sure to keep you informed of the latest.

Tags : A310-300iniBuildsiniSimulations
Calum Martin

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