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Infinite Flight Updated to Version 19.1

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Mobile Flight Simulation Infinite Flight has been updated to version 19.1, which adds a range of new features, functionality and improvements based on community feedback. The most significant new feature is the new redesigned Replay System built directly into the simulator itself.

The new reply system now gives users the ability to capture, reply, export and share their past flight and controlling sessions right from the new user interface on the home screen. You can sync these replays to various cloud services, share them via AirDrop or share with a friend via various other services. You can capture exciting angles for those ‘wow’ moments within the simulator. For those concerned about size, the information is saved as network data as opposed to video saving you plenty of space for many captures.

In addition to the new replay system, there’s a brand new Super-Resolution screenshot mode. Simply get into position and then hit the screenshot button to capture a series of screenshots, which Infinite Flight then stitches together for a huge and impressive looking image.

Another exciting change to Infinite Flight is the huge number of changes to the A330-300/200F models. The new changes include wing flex, ground effects, autoland and various new liveries to explore the world in. There are also some additional fixes to things such as flaps and the autopilot system.

The full update for the A330/200F can be found below.

If you choose to use the A330, you may be pleased to also hear that ramp start availability & gate size restrictions have been implemented to ensure that you don’t spawn on another user anymore.

There has also been a range of fixes and changes to Infinite Flight, which can be found below.

If you’re keen to learn more about Infinite Flight, you can read our Original Content piece on our experience with it. If it sounds good to you, you can download Infinite Flight from either the Google Play or AppStore. If you want the full experience, you will need to pay for a subscription, which starts from $9.99.

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In-Sim Previews of the Aerosoft A330 Professional

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Following on from the news that the Aerosoft A330 will be delayed further, Mathijs has shared a few more previews of the long-awaited aircraft. The new previews show off the inside of the plane, opposed to the various external renders we were most recently seeing. The modelling shows off the detail in the switches, panelling and even the cosmetic details.
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Aerosoft Statement on A330 Delay

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It has been a long time since we last heard any progress on the Aerosoft A330. However, Mathijs Kok has taken to the forum to describe, in detail, what’s been going on and when we can expect it.

He opens up his forum post letting us know that the modeller behind the project, Stefam, is currently working on a different project. Whilst it wasn’t disclosed what the project was, but it was confirmed that is a project that will enable Aerosoft to grow in new ways and is also financially beneficial to them. The project may come to the simulator, or it may not.

As for the 3 other developers, they are now focused solely on A330 development. Beforehand, it was focused on the A320 platform, but as Mathijs describes: “95% of the code they are doing for the A320 series is part of the A330.” From the forum post, it would appear that there are still over 500 issues that are on the bug tracker. Some are small problems and some are bigger ones. Whilst development on the A330 is now firmly on the front-burner, fixes and changes will be back-tracked automatically to the A320 code base.

What this means is that those waiting for Service Pack 1 for the A320 family, it will no longer be coming. Instead what will happen is that when the coding is complete and fixed, the update will be pushed out to the community. An example of this is the PFD, which is being rewritten. Another example is Connected Flight Deck, which has started performance testing today.

Mathijs then went onto talk about schedules. What he is hoping is that instead of a singular large update, users will start to see more frequent updates which will push out big and small changes as things are fixed and developed. He said that they are “getting a better idea on the causes of the big issues”. He then went onto say that whilst they make every effort to fix bugs reported, sometimes bugs appear in the real-world too, giving examples of when an aircraft doesn’t slow down at certain waypoints.

Finally, no sort of release date was given regarding the A330. He has “no idea” when it will be released at this point in time and will commit to releasing once fully comfortable with the aircraft.

Mathijs concluded that if anyone were to have questions, they should head to the Aerosoft forums and ask them. He assured users he would be as honest as possible, providing he could realistically answer them.

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