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Aircraft Release : A321 with 3d Cockpit by Peter's Aircraft

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Aircraft Release : A321 with 3d Cockpit by Peter's Aircraft

 

Peter Hager has released his Airbus A321 series of aircraft with a virtual cockpit (3d cockpit).

 

There are two versions now available on the X-Plane.OrgStore :

 

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 A321-211 CFM Engine version priced at US$54.90 - A321-231 IAE

 

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A321-231 IAE Engine version priced at US$54.90 - A321-211 CFM

 

3d Cockpit

Both versions now have a fully functional Virtual Cockpit. The 3D design is by Roman Berezin of Flightfactor (as was the A380 design). But you have a different dimension in the way that Peter Hager programme's his designs into the 3D cockpit that creates the differences and with highly integrated aircraft references that makes his machines so lifelike and the perfect simulation. These references are there in the 2d Cockpit now. But somehow the 3D cockpit makes them more accessible. Having the full visual experience (certainly on the A380) just lifts the simulation to another level that compliments Peter Hager's already fine detail and systems management.

 

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This is the standard 2d cockpit installed as well as the 3d version.

 

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Features include :

    Detailed systems and procedures managed by plugins.

    As close as possible to the real aircraft systems

    Complete cold and dark procedures

 

Fly by Wire and Auto Thrust

    The FBW system precisely simulates the normal mode, including all protections

 

Airbus Auto Flight

    The Airbus autoflight system, including FCU, FMA and A/THR, is authentically simulated

 

FMGS (Flight Management and Guidance Computer)

   This model simulates FMGC, FAC, and two large scale MCDUs, to be displayed in a pop-up panel. The MCDU the flight plan aspects a lot more detailed and sophisticated

 

Liveries included with the IAE V2533 engined aircraft include: British Airways (default) - Lufthansa - SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) - US Air

 

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Liveries included with the CFM 56-5B2 engined aircraft include: Swiss (Default) - Air France - Iberia - US Air

 

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All Aircraft come with Peter Hager's famous Flight Crew Operating Manual that includes 196 pages of illustrated descriptions of systems and procedures.

 

Both versions can also be purchased together in a : Airbus A321 Package that is available on the X-Plane.OrgStore for US$75.00

 

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Note : If you have already purchased any of the A320/A321 series from Peter's Aircraft then the 3d Cockpit upgrade is free.

 

Technical Requirements:

Windows Vista , 7 or 8 (32 or 64 bits) or MAC OS 10.7 (or higher) or Linux

XPlane 10 .25+ - 32 and 64 bit compatible. X-Plane 9 files are included as well.

4GB RAM/1Gb VRAM - 250MB available hard disk space

Current version:6 -last updated February 18th, 2014

 

Stephen Dutton

 

20th Feburary 2014

 

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Guest Joe Harvell

So why isn't the A320 verision available on x-plane.org?  It seems the A320 and A321 versions (with only 2D cockpit) have been available on Peter's website for quite a while.  But the A321 is only available on x-plane.org now that there is a 3D cockpit.

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So why isn't the A320 verision available on x-plane.org?  It seems the A320 and A321 versions (with only 2D cockpit) have been available on Peter's website for quite a while.  But the A321 is only available on x-plane.org now that there is a 3D cockpit.

Peter Hager has noted the 3D Cockpit has not yet been installed and finalised in the A320 versions, only the A321 pair. It will be available on the .OrgShop when released.

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