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  1. Hello everyone, I am happy to announce that our latest update (v5.0.1.126) for the A320-X, A319-X and A321-X for P3D v4 and v5 (64-bit) is now live and available through our download page. This is a maintenance update which fixes several issues identified since our last public release, mostly related with connectivity with GSX and some tweaks to the external lights (positions and light intensities). We also fixed the rain / snow effects showing through the Logo lights. I would also like to take this opportunity to wish everyone happy holidays from all of us at Flight Sim Labs -
    169 points
  2. Hello everyone, I am happy to announce that our latest updates (v5.0.1.114) for the A320-X, the A321-X as well as the A319-X now, are live and available through our download page. This is the first update that makes the A319-X compatible with P3D v5, which brings improvements in performance, as well as several updates and fixes to the base code. In this update, we spent significant time to update the external model with PBR texturing for the A319-X, to bring it up to v5 standards, adding several improvements which follow the A320-X and A321-X updates, such as dynamic cabin windo
    136 points
  3. Hello all, I would like to extend our most heartfelt thank you to all of you who have already purchased our new Sharklets products! We are overwhelmed by its almost universal acceptance and the very positive feedback we have received so far. I would like to take this opportunity to inform you that we are tracking a small number of issues identified with the new Electronic Flight Bag infrastructure. We are working with a number of customers who are helping us diagnose these issues and solve them for everyone. Our primary focus at the moment is assisting those few custom
    128 points
  4. Hi guys, I did say we are planning a shorter promotional period with these titles. So please don't be disheartened by the lack of any updates. We are extremely busy behind the scenes. I've just finished working on our Promo film that we will premiere before release. We can't wait to show you more of what we've been working on. Thanks again for your continued support and your patience - the wait is almost over. We are still planning to update our wing-tip fence fleet in the interim. Testing is now complete and we're finalising the installers. Lets keep this hype-train going. We
    123 points
  5. Hello everyone, I am happy to announce that our latest update (v5.0.1.151) for the A320-X, A319-X and A321-X for P3D v4 and v5 (64-bit) is now live and available through our download page. This is a maintenance update which fixes several issues identified since our last public release and in preparation for our upcoming A320-X and A321-X Sharklets products which are soon to be released. In this release, you will find that we have expanded our Input Controls management and handling logic greatly, to allow and include all Airbus input device controls, such as dual side stick input
    121 points
  6. Hello everyone, I am happy to announce that our latest update (v5.0.1.160) for the A320-X, A319-X and A321-X for P3D v4 and v5 (64-bit) is now live and available through our download page. This is a maintenance update which fixes a few issues identified since our last public release, which I will include at the end of this note. More importantly, you will need this update installed because... We are now happy to announce that we are pushing the boundaries of desktop flight simulation even further with the release of our A320X-SL and A321X-SL for Prepar3D x64 (v4 / v5)!
    115 points
  7. Hello everyone, I am happy to announce that our latest update (v5.0.1.119) for the A320-X, A319-X and A321-X for P3D v5 (64-bit) is now live and available through our download page. This update should also fix a couple of small issues (namely, the NEW CRZ ALT rounding issue and a few other niggles). EDIT: There are some GSX related updates as well that I forgot to mention: Once loaded in on stand, click MECH HORN to setup the aircraft. This will: - Call Stairs followed by GPU on remote stands - Or Call Jetway into position - This process can take up
    110 points
  8. Hey folks. I decided to transcribe the chat BlackBox711 and AirbusFTW had with Andy and Lefteris live in the Discord. I've since cleaned these up a little and have turned them into the notes below. These aren't entirely verbatim but I've tried to be as close to it as I can. Anything where I wasn't sure what was said has not been included. I hope you enjoy the answers. Some of them shine some light on to the challenges of developing this brilliant software. Credit to @Andrew Wilson and @Lefteris Kalamaras for spending so much time answering questions, and to BB711 and AirbusFTW for hostin
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  9. Hello guys, I appreciate all of the hype going on already and I am super excited to see all the anticipation reaching amazing levels! In fact, I wanted to share that, while we don't expect the release to go out tonight as our beta team is still going through the usual uninstall / reinstall of the new HF2 client and testing the latest version, we are actually quite confident that what is coming is going to make everyone very happy! We also expect to lift the NDA within this weekend to allow our testers to showcase some of the beautiful new features we've put in place - I am sure
    68 points
  10. As promised, some shots of our A319-X in P3D v5:
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  11. One step closer now: The product family is now updated to v151.
    61 points
  12. Hello everyone, I am happy to announce that our latest update (v5.0.1.115) for the A320-X, A319-X and A321-X for P3D v5 (64-bit) is now live and available through our download page. This is a compatibility update to bring the product family up-to-date with Prepar3D v5.1.8.26742. As always, thank you very much for your continued support!
    57 points
  13. Hi all – As Lefteris commented on, one of my favourite areas of the updated models, besides the PBR, is the cabin windows. Each window has now been remodelled in detail - and we've also modelled the cabin window blinds, individually. You'll notice the blinds moving as you fly - depending on where the sun is relative to the aircraft and flight phase. For example, should the sun be shining on the left side of the fuselage, then you'll see more cabin blinds close on that side. As the sunlight becomes more intense before dusk or after dawn - more blinds will close. During dusk/dawn, we figure
    56 points
  14. Hello everyone, I am happy to announce that our latest update (v5.0.1.116) for the A320-X, A319-X and A321-X for P3D v5 (64-bit) is now live and available through our download page. This update should fix a performance issue noted in P3D v5.1 and also allows the installer to properly detect older P3D v5.0 versions. Note that we anticipate another update once Lockheed Martin release their P3D v5.1 hotfix in the coming days. As always, thank you very much for your continued support!
    47 points
  15. Gents- this thread has run its course. If you have specific issues, please post in another thread in appropriate forums. Thank you for entertaining us for so long with this one until the Sharklets had released! Enjoy them now! We'll see you in the virtual skies!
    45 points
  16. And yet... he is still able to fly them... how much does that tell you about him?
    42 points
  17. Hi Danny, yes the plan will be to allow streamers to continue flying the sharks and also allow our beta team to discuss/share screenshots. Right now the teams are focussed on the release path, a complex and intricate phase of the project cycle and one that requires a lot of care and attention to deliver a successful product launch. Something we pride ourselves on - and that our customers have become accustomed to.
    39 points
  18. We're very close to having the 319 ready now. Once rolled out, focus will be back onto the
    37 points
  19. Greetings all! Having seen several people questioning the speeds being generated by the miraculous new FSlabs performance system i figure id spend some of my many hours of waiting to go back to flying to explain what is an incredibly complex topic in just a few paragraphs(yeah right!). For those who dont know me i was lucky to fly the 320/321 for 16 years with 5 years on the 330 in there as well these days on the 787. I also ground instruct teaching stuff like performance and all the other topics initial Airbus guys learn before they hit the fleet so in short i know a little or
    36 points
  20. As of today, EDDT is no longer an airport. So yesterday I took the opportuny to say farewell to our old friend:
    36 points
  21. Hey guys- just to be a bit of a spoil-sport, do not expect the release to be this weekend... we're working on some small fixes at the moment that will need testing. As you are aware by now, the NDA has been lifted for screenshots and live streaming, however, so you can enjoy those until the release is ready.
    34 points
  22. It’s not platform locked for the sake of it. A lot of our simulation runs independently of the P3D SDK in order to deliver a number of unique features exclusive to our titles (dynamic lighting/effects/sounds/flight model). These all need configuring and testing with each iteration of the P3D platform. And due to the complexity of the simulation - it takes a few days for our teams to ensure no issues are introduced. In addition to this, our development streams are constantly evolving - and the release of a new P3D build means we need to test any updates to our code base on the new platform wi
    34 points
  23. Hi, we have not run into any major issues, but as is usual after a P3D update release, we are giving our beta testers a few cycles before we release, just so we ensure we don't run into any snags. No release dates are given, but I expect no long delays - if "bad" things are uncovered however, I will let you all know.
    30 points
  24. Daniel Du Preez

    V5

    Hi all, With the NDA lifted I can showcase what I've been up to the last few weeks. I consider this my COVID-19 furlough project as I was off work for almost a month and a half but I'm back into the fold now thankfully! I spent my time off working on an all-new 4K PBR-enhanced fuselage kit and am combining it into a full-featured kit in collarboration with @Hugo Bicho and @John Tavendale. This is leveraging Hugo's wings, engines, pylons, stabs and other bits. I've completely reworked the entire fuselage, including panelling, rivets, wing box, doors, landing gear struts, tires, cockpi
    30 points
  25. You REALLY think I'd be adding the Sharklets as a download in the file section?
    29 points
  26. We've shown very little of our SL titles for good reason - we are not prepared to reveal our new features too early. Expect a shorter campaign promoting the A320-SL and A321-SL before release.
    29 points
  27. We are actually testing it already. Hope to get it in your hands soon (tm).
    28 points
  28. Version 1.1

    634 downloads

    IMPORTANT: This livery requires the following download to be installed to appear as intended https://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/files/file/2940-common-files-for-fsl-a321-v501100-custom-4k-pbr-textures/. Please ensure that you have installed this required package before attempting to install this livery. This livery works with both v4 and v5. Airbus A321-321 Lufhansa D-AIDT created using a custom 4K PBR paint kit developed by @Hugo Bicho @Daniel Du Preez and @John Tavendale Features a complete overhaul of the default FSL A321 paint kit including: Custom 4K textures with
    27 points
  29. Some love to the US carriers enjoy
    27 points
  30. Every time I press F5 my flaps retract
    27 points
  31. Hi Adrian, The A319 update is in the final stages of testing. We will share more news and previews next week.
    27 points
  32. You guys need to do some meditation! Just forget about the Sharks for a minu- whoopsy!
    26 points
  33. Some Greek love
    26 points
  34. G-NIKO working the MT1161, preparing to taxi out at Kos heading back to Gatwick on Friday evening.
    26 points
  35. Meh. Just some maintenance...
    25 points
  36. Not sure this has been shown at all yet...
    25 points
  37. For the UK people now is a good time to start singing along to Jess Glynne
    25 points
  38. Stream the sharklets BB
    25 points
  39. @Stu Antonio Let me borrow your image for some Caption It fun to release the tension eating our brains and veins.
    25 points
  40. Version 1.0.0

    553 downloads

    !!! NOTE: READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY !!! *** FOR FSL A319 v5.0.100+ ONLY *** IMPORTANT: This livery requires the following download to be installed to appear as intended https://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/files/file/2634-common-files-for-fsl-a319-v501100-custom-4k-pbr-paint-kit-120/. Please ensure that you have installed this required package before attempting to install this livery. Airbus A319-112 CFM Lufthansa D-AIBA created using a custom 4K PBR paint kit developed by @Hugo Bicho @Daniel Du Preez and @John Tavendale
    24 points
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