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FlightSimLabs A320 – What Will Happen Next

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On the FSLabs forum, Lefteris has posted an update in regards to what will be happening next after the FSX release for the A320X. As some of you will be interested in, the pricing for the P3D version. Lefteris has speculated the price to be approximately $30-40USD More than the…

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FSLabs A320 FSX Pricing and Release Information

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FSlabs have today announced the long-awaited release date of the first stage of their A320X release process. This Thursday (the 18th) afternoon the “early adopters” package will be released for FSX/FSX:SE and will set you back a cool $89.95, reduced from the regular price of $99.95 that’ll be charged for all subsequent…

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FlightSim Labs A320X – “Preparing For Release”

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Recently on the FSLabs forum, Admin Andrew Wilson made one of the following statements in reply to someone questioning whether they are working on the sounds. It read the following “Are we working on the sounds? No – we are currently preparing the product for release.” Could it be close?…

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FSLabs – A320X Promo “From a Pilots Perspective”

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bcjiOajGoA&feature=youtu.be FSLabs have published a new promo video on their Facebook page, created by Airline2Sim. In the video above you’ll hear Darryl Letch, a First Officer on the A320 for a major European airline talk us through some of the characteristics of the A320, what he loves most about the aircraft -…

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Flight Sim Labs – A320X More Previews

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FlightSimLabs have released more previews of their upcoming A320X on their Facebook page. There’s not much else from what we already know but we do know that it will be pushed with FSX/FSX Steam support upon initial released and then P3D after that which is a shame for all sole…

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FSLabs A320 X in icing conditions

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Flight Sim Labs report their test day of the A320 X in icing conditions on their Facebook page. Setting extreme weather and temperatures, Flight Sim Labs check the aircraft reaction and anti-icing protections to ensure “authentic simulation”.