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NEWS! - Aircraft Updated : ToLiss Airbus A340-600 to v1.3.0

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NEWS! - Aircraft Updated : ToLiss Airbus A340-600 to v1.3.0


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This is the last Airbus in the ToLiSS fleet (319/320NEO/321) to get the makeover started with the release of the ToLiSS A320-271N NEO back in March 2023. These changes include a new menu look, cockpit printer and with the large A340 size....   loads of new service vehicles, cargo loading, animated deicing, food trucks and passenger stairs. You will also get new improved X-Plane 12 cockpit textures as well. Again there is a load of X-Plane 12 referenced changes, including Improved bleed pressure at cruise, Improved altitude alert logic (C chord and flashing frame), better go around engagement logic, to all GA engagements in the climb phase and the Simbrief winds are also fixed.


Full v1.3.0 list is here:

New features:
- Added In-cockpit printer
- Added new ground service vehicles: Cargo loading, animated deicing, Food trucks and passenger stairs
- New cockpit textures
- Added Radio Altimeter faults
- Added new hydraulic overheat model, including HYD ECAM rework as required.
- FADEC needs 2-3 seconds to power up
- Popout windows now remain visible in external view
- Added option to do Pilot Edge ATIS requests
- Added dependency on respective electrical busses for oil press indication validity
- Added Shed and Land Recovery information to SD ELEC pages.
- Improved bleed pressure at cruise
- Improved altitude alert logic (C chord and flashing frame)
- Simbrief wind upload should work again. (Note that it extracts the data from the wind data field, not from the flight plan itself.)
- Fixed managed speed profile in Go Around after acceleration altitude
- Removed armed NAV mode when performing a TO without FDs.
- Prevent overwriting of cruise waypoint wind data when reaching TOC or initiating S/Cs.
- improved go around engagement logic, to all GA engagement also in climb phase.
- Added 3s timeout when pressing the status page with status "NORMAL".
- Round metric FCU altitude on PFD to 10m
- Improved logic for C-chord and altitude frame pulsing
- Improved Flight Control Computer backup supply logics
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The Airbus A340 is a long-range, wide-body passenger airliner that was developed and produced by Airbus. In the mid-1970s, Airbus conceived several derivatives of the A300, its first airliner, and developed the A340 quadjet in parallel with the A330 twinjet. In June 1987, Airbus launched both designs with their first orders and the A340-300 took its maiden flight on 25 October 1991. It was certified along with the A340-200 on 22 December 1992 and both versions entered service in March 1993 with launch customers Lufthansa and Air France. The larger A340-500/600 were launched on 8 December 1997; the A340-600 flew for the first time on 23 April 2001 and entered service on 1 August 2002.
You can update to the new v1.3.0 by going to your X-Plane.Org Store account and download. The v1.3.0 update is also available to download via the new Skunkcraft Updater



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Yes! the Airbus A340-600 v1.3.0 by ToLiSS is available from the X-Plane.Org Store here :

Airbus A340-600 by ToLiSS

Price is US$89.99


Most accurate system functionality for any A340 aircraft in the flight simulation world


X-Plane 12 and X-Plane 11 - not available for MSFS
Windows, Mac or Linux
4 GB VRAM Minimum - 8 GB+ VRAM Recommended
Not for commercial use. For any commercial use enquiries, please contact [email protected]
Download Size: 1.2 GB
Current version: 1.3.0  (November 22nd 2023)



NEWS! by Stephen Dutton

23rd November 2023

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Completetly agree, the save function is really something we need to see on most add-on acf, Felis has it on the 742, and I hope most devs do the same. But the Toliss save function is clearly excellent, and is so useful when doing long-haul and you get a CTD. And thanks once more Stephen for your stellar work, your reviews are really my go-to for XP. Cheers

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