• Flybywire Simulations Announces A380 For MSFS

    Flybywire Simulations Announces A380 For MSFS

    We are proud to announce we will be developing a freeware A380 for MSFS, built from scratch.

    It is currently in the early stages of modeling, but its development will not affect progress on the A32NX whatsoever.

    We will be answering questions about this in our next episode of In The Hangar. We hope to have some more exciting updates in the far future!

    If you are a skilled modeler or have worked on A380 in real life and wish to help out, please feel free to reach out to the mod team.

    Source
    FlyByWire A32NX v0.4.0 Released


    2 Comments
    1. pugilist2's Avatar
      pugilist2 -
      Great news! Looking forward to it.
    1. johnnyibsen's Avatar
      johnnyibsen -
      Looking so much forward to this big bird coming.... thanks all involved
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