Met deze Airbus A320neo van ToLiSS kunnen de X-Plane vliegers wel even zoet mee zijn. Geschikt voor XP11 & XP12. Waarbij de XP12 vliegers iets meer optie’s hebben. En gezien de lange lijst van features zou het wel een een high-end Airbus zijn. Een dikke € 108,89 ! te koop via simMarket. Zeer benieuwd naar de gebruikers ervaringen. En de YouTube recensies.
The ToLiss A320neo is an exceptional aircraft for X-Plane 12/11 that promises to provide an unparalleled simulation experience for aviation enthusiasts and pilots alike.
Developed by ToLiss, a renowned developer in the X-Plane community, this aircraft is a meticulously crafted replica of the real-world Airbus A320neo, featuring a stunning 3D model and a highly realistic flight model. It is packed with a plethora of features that make it one of the most advanced and accurate simulations of the A320neo available.
The aircraft comes with a fully functional FMGS (Flight Management and Guidance System), which includes all the modes and functions of the real-world system. This allows you to plan your flights accurately, set up your route, and manage your navigation, fuel, and performance calculations with ease.
The ToLiss A320neo also includes a host of advanced systems, including an accurate and realistic electrical system, hydraulic system, fuel system, and more. These systems are modeled in detail and operate just like the real aircraft, providing you with an immersive and engaging simulation experience.
Additionally, the ToLiss A320neo features a comprehensive failure model, which simulates various failures and malfunctions that can occur during flight, allowing you to practice and test your skills in handling emergencies.
The Airbus A320 neo (short for New Engine Option) is a family of narrow-body aircraft that are a more fuel-efficient version of the original A320 model. It features improved aerodynamics, advanced engines, and enhanced avionics. The A320 neo is designed to reduce fuel consumption, noise, and carbon emissions while offering increased range and passenger capacity. It first entered service in 2016 and is used by airlines around the world.