• Aerosoft - A318/A319 Professional for P3Dv4

    Aerosoft - A318/A319 Professional for P3Dv4

    The A320 range of aircraft is one of the most common in the sky. These short to medium-range twin jet airliners have proven to be cost effective, reliable, and readily available, making them the best options for many airlines all around the world. Over 8000 have been built. They are highly integrated and automated aircraft where the pilot is often just monitoring the complex systems.

    Note: Not all features will be completely ready at release. For a list of those, please visit the Aerosoft Forum. Connected Flight Deck v2 isn't part of this version and will be delivered with SP1!

    The Aerosoft A318/A319 is the first release of a completely new development where virtually every part of the previous releases is overhauled or redone. What remains is our dedication to the basic idea of the product. We simulate flying the aircraft and the aircrafts systems are just a tool, not the goal. Using this product will bring flight simulation as close as possible to the experience of a real pilot - from interacting with the MCDU to opening the flight deck door using the correct procedure.

    The project is a development for 64-bit platforms and uses the very latest of technology and compilers making it highly future proof and as light as possible on your system. It is not a recompiled 32-bit product.

    Aerosoft - A318/A319 Professional for P3Dv4

    Features

    • Simulation of the A318 and A319 focused on the day to day operation of the aircraft from the left seat
    • The cockpit is equipped as it is with high end airline, with the most up to date instruments
    • Sublime modelling/texturing based on the latest technologies. Very easy on frame-rates.
    • Lights are partly Dynamic Lights from P3D V4, partly done by RealLight (from TFDi Design)
    • Full rain and rain repellent effects using TrueGlass (from TFDi Design)
    • Dozens of non-standard animations, all with sound effects (sun screens, windows, tables, tiller, jump seat, standby compass, drooping flight surfaces etc). All main doors and cargo hatches can be opened. Extensive options to show ground objects (cones, ground power etc) and to provide ground power
    • Included web server that allows you to access (and use) the MCDU via any web browser; ideal for tablet computers
    • Extensive manuals, with highly detailed step-by-step document
    • Add-in View system: adds many pre-defined views for easy use, emulates 2D panel views
    • Add-in Sound system: adds hundreds of background sounds to enhance the immersion
    • Includes our Semi-Intelligent co-pilot that assist you in your flights and runs checklists and flows with you.
    • Connected Flight Deck v2 that uses a server-based system making it very easy to join other pilots and to fly as Co-Pilot or Observer (please note this will be rolled out with SP1)

     

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