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Thursday, April 17, 2014 11:20

I still have both the discs and all the manuals for both the US and EU versions on the Commodore Amiga.

The only problem I remember with it (for its time) was the never ending temptation to just hit enter and go for full auto land! I remember well having to write my own spreadsheets and procedures to make my fuel predictions more accurate though and avoid upsetting the flight debrief guy.

Johan
Thursday, April 17, 2014 12:05
Reply to  Ian P

Oh yes, I remember that as well. The autoland feature was indeed very tempting 🙂
I particularly liked the fact that it didn’t only include a pilot manual, but also high altitude enroute charts of the flight area, lots of airport charts as well as ILS approach charts.

Johan
Thursday, April 17, 2014 09:21

Covered in layers of dust, I still have the one floppy disk (!) containing Thalion’s 1991 A320 AIrbus. Developed in cooperation with Lufthansa and Deutsche Airbus, it really was a marvellous simulation (for its time)

patrick
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 21:44

Even today, there is no good A320 simulation!
Anybody with some in depth knowledge or an Airbus FCOM can tell the same.
Sorry but IMO it’s time for a good and serious simulation.

RGDS, PC

Harry
Monday, April 14, 2014 22:56

yahoo! just what FSX/P3D needed…..another A320 🙂 Boringgggggggg!