CremonaSoft Announce Airbus A310-304 for X-Plane

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Finally, X-Plane is getting a taste of old Airbus technology, as – courtesy of CremonaSoft – an A310 is announced. Being one of Airbus’ first developments, the A310 was first introduced in April 1983 with Swissair. With a range of 5,150nmi, the A310-304 is powered by two General Electric CF6-80C2 engines, which are set to be faithfully recreated in this product, among many other aspects of the aircraft:

  • Accurate 3D model (Including Guages and Cabin)
  • 4K and PBR textures
  • Door animations
  • Custom APU, electrical and pneumatic simulations
  • Fuel system logic simulation
  • Accurate weight distribution and flight model
  • Custom sounds
  • Airbus flight phase logic included
  • Custom PFD, ND and ECAM systems
  • Custom Vertical Velocity Indicator (VVI)
  • Independent pilot/ co-pilot electronics for shared cockpit operations
  • Multiple autopilot modes including autoland and Control Wheel Steering mode

CremonaSoft will also include a plethora of documentation as well as 5 default liveries:

  • Airbus House colours (F-WZLK)
  • Air Transat (C-GSAT)
  • Air Jamaica (N837AB)
  • S7 Airlines (VP-BSZ)
  • Luftwaffe, Hans Grade (10+26)

The developers have stated that they intend to expand the feature list for the product over the course of future updates and are working to include a custom Sperry FMS with autopilot integration. Unfortunately, the post did not include confirmation of a price or release date, so we’ll just have to wait and see, although it has been confirmed that the A310-304 will be available for both X-Plane 10.5+ and 11.

Tags : A310AirbusCremonaSoftXP10XP11XPL
Matthew McColl

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Matthew is from the U.K. and has just finished his last year in college, studying mathematics, chemistry and physics. An avid plane spotter, he often visits Manchester Airport to take as many photographs and he can muster, as well as spending time at his local aerodrome (Manchester Barton). Being an aviation enthusiast, Matthew has been a part of the flight simming community for 7+ years.
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