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Exclusive LFBO (Toulouse/Blagnac) Pyrenees Screenshots

While your personal reporter Angelique van Campen had been very busy with reviewing the Flight Factor A320, Andy Clarke has been busy too with reviewing his part of the aircraft. Soon, very soon, we’re pleased to offer you a comprehensive review of the Flight Factor A320 Ultimate.

It was a lot of work, a lot of things we needed to find out. This is partly because of the minimum amount of documentation. Although I have enough experience, a complex aircraft as this A320 is “then” even for me not easy to figure out all the features and how things are made or modeled. For some parts we needed to contact some real licensed pilots, but I can tell you that the end result is a well balanced review. But for now, I would say … enjoy these exclusive screenshot made on a typical flight from LFBO, heading for the Pyrenees.



  1. lesmar

    I can see the Flight Factor A320 growing in popularity despite the price. The reason I say this is that there is so much this aircraft does that is getting close to the real world experience a pilot and crew have. Yes it might be difficult to master everything without lots of tutorials but since it has been available the ‘ADD-ON’ and ‘UTILITY” coders have been busy trying y=to make things a bit easier for pilots. I applaud them for their efforts on one hand but on the other hand I think it gives the impression that the Flight Factor A320 is too hard to fly and that you need the add-on tools and utilities. Personally I dont use these and rely on person experience over several years of Airbus A320 products from the basic freeware versions to the start of the more advanced options such as the QPAC A320 and more recently the JARDESIGNS A320. This has given me the knowledge on what needs to be done and when and with a few more looks at the official Airbus POH books I mastered the Flight Factor A320 with relative ease. One has to be very precise and dont skip any steps or procedures when flying this aircraft. Finally I think a lot of the difficulty or problems from trying to use this aircraft come from perhaps a cross over from Boeing aircraft. It will take time as many ways that Boeing do things are not there or required for the Airbus

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