A2A Simulations

A2A Simulations Releases B-17G Flying Fortress

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Well known aircraft developer, A2A Simulations, has released their latest aircraft in the Accu-Sim range, the Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress for P3D v4/5.

The Flying Fortress is a World War II heavy bomber which saw action across Europe, Africa and Asia throughout the war. The B-17 first flew in 1935 and saw service up until it’s retirement with the Brazilian Air Force as late as 1968. Throughout its service with mainly the USAF and RAF, the B-17 earned its name for being a rugged, deadly platform that would more often than not, make its way home, even when badly damaged. Nearly 13,000 airframes were built but only 9 of the type are still in airworthy conditions today. 

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A2A Simulations Products Now Available on OrbxDirect

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It has been announced that A2A Simulations products are now available to buy and download through OrbxDirect. This means favourites such as the Cessna 172, the Bonanza and even their historical military aircraft such as the P-51D can now be installed using the simple Orbx Central application. Currently, there are six of A2A Simulations aircraft to select (Academic and Professional
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A2A Simulations Discusses Aerostar 600 Twin

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Aircraft developer A2A Simulations has already confirmed that they are working on Microsoft Flight Simulator content, which starts with the Aerostar 600. This is an aircraft close to the team at A2A Simulations as they already own and operate the particular type of aeroplane in the real-world.


In a brief update today from the team, a few new renders of the aircraft were shared along with some details about the future of Accu-Sim – the technology behind A2A Simulation products. Starting their post by saying that “2020 is shaping up to be a remarkable year for flight simmers” and that having multiple technologically advanced simulators is a great thing for the future.

Using the latest generation of Accu-Sim, the Aerostar 600 will be a truly dynamic and living machine. This new technology is being made for Prepar3D v4, v5 and also the upcoming Microsoft Flight Simulator. However, A2A Simulations did say that because Accu-Sim v4 and the new sim are still in development, it’s too early to know how long it will take to complete the first project; which will be the Aerostar 600.


As for the future, A2A Simulations has said that they simply won’t be “porting” aircraft over. That’s not their style and as always, want to build quality aircraft that push their teams to the limits to create realistic aircraft. Over the past year, the team has been building and developing new technologies, which they intend to bring into their next-generation of products. Scott Gimple of A2A Simulations added the following:

“Double-blind tests have been conducted between pilots trained exclusively on the real aircraft compared to pilots trained mostly using Accu-Sim and the difference between these groups is indistinguishable. This is well beyond what the existing simulators we’ve tested are capable of. This is why we accepted the call from the US military. The need was just so obvious,”

Lewis Bloomfield from the team also added:

“A2A has always believed that when things are real, it’s easier. Just flying an Accu-Sim aircraft for fun turns you into a better pilot because you are experiencing many things indistinguishable from reality. Experiencing real physics and sound is so fun you don’t even realize you are learning.”

A2A Simulations are certainly excited about the new simulator and we can’t wait to see what they bring to the table.

You can read all about other third-party developers working on products in our developer round-up.

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How to Improve Your Landings with a Flight Simulator: The FSElite Tutorial

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In this FSElite tutorial, we discuss the basic techniques you can use to help improve your landings with a flight simulator. In this video, I showcase different aircraft landings ranging from Cessna 172 to a Boeing 747. Disclaimer: This tips and tricks video is designed to help you in a flight simulation environment and does not substitute any kind of real-world training.
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Challenge of the Day: P-40 Flights

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As the world continues to pull through as a global community against the pandemic known as Coronavirus, we are supporting simmers across the world with our newly released Stay at Home Community Hub. As part of that, we are challenging simmers around the globe to a series of challenges and share their best screenshots of those daily challenges. Each day, we
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A2A Simulations Offers FREE Accu-Sim P-40 for Everyone

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A2A Simulations has offered everyone in the flight simulation community a free copy of their P-40 for P3D. The news comes as everyone in the world starts to adjust to new life with the current pandemic. A2A Simulations are offering this out of goodwill for anyone and everyone who is looking to pass the time during the situation. To get your
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A2A Simulations Updates Bonanza V35 for P3D v4

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A2A Simulations has released a small update to their acclaimed Bonanza V35 for P3Dv4. The changelog (found below) is small, but is another step towards perfection to what is already a masterpiece of general aviation for P3D. Note that this update is only for the Prepar3D v4 version. To apply the update, users shall use the "Check for Updates" app
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