AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
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  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
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  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
  • AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
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AFS-design brings a excellent rendition of Airbus A350 - Family v2.
 
The A350 XWB (Xtra Wide-Body) is Airbus’ response to market demand for a medium capacity long range wide-body family. Designed with airlines’ priorities in mind, the A350 XWB confronts the challenges of high fuel prices, rising passenger expectations and increasing environmental concerns.
Available from 2013, it has an entirely new, uncompromised, 21st Century design with a wider and taller fuselage for extra space and passenger comfort. A complete family of airliners sized to generate cost reductions and provide unprecedented operating flexibility for airlines; three basic passenger versions are being offered. With a range of up to 8,300nm/15,380km they include the A350-800 for 270 passengers in a spacious three-class configuration; the A350-900 for 314 passengers and the A350-1000 seating 350 passengers. An ultra long-range version, the A350–900R, will fly even further while a freighter version, the A350–900F, will complement the passenger models.
As befits the most advanced aircraft family in its segment, the A350 XWB is able to provide greater economy on long-range markets and is equally attractive as a route opener or as part of a multi-type Airbus fleet offering optimized network solutions. Thanks to the application of the latest innovations, the A350 XWB is able to offer 20 per cent lower cash operating costs per seat than competing aircraft in this size category and fuel efficiency improvements of up to 25 per cent per seat.
The fly-by-wire A350 XWB Family is a significant addition to the Airbus product range. A member of the Airbus FBW Family of aircraft, it benefits from the same operational commonality as the other members of the Family. This handling and flight deck commonality allows airlines to benefit from the unique Airbus Family concept of cross crew qualification and mixed fleet flying, and will ensure smooth introduction into service.


New in AIRBUS A350 - Familie v2:

- External cockpit section
- Winglets
- 3D elements in the virtual cockpit:
- Window frame, pilot seats
- Use 3D switch
- Gauges: Radar Height, Seatbelt, No Smoke
- Light switches
- MFD's now very easy to read
- Flaps
- Flight dynamic with stall limit
- Trim features
- Texture improvements
- Sound
- New repaint Air Canada


All models have a fully functional cockpit:

  -  2 Primär-Flight-Displays and 2 Multifunctionsdisplays
  -  2 switchable EICAS Displays
  -  EICAS Displays: FUEL, ENGINE, DOORs, MAP
  -  Center console with FMC, radio controls with transponders, trim wheel, throttle and engine control
  -  Upper panel with about 100 real deposited switches
  -  "Seatbelt" and "no-Smoking" sign with acoustic sound
  -  Autopilot features: ILS, FD, ALT, VS, HDG, NAV, SPeeD, Mach, Loc, Autothrottle/ Master, QNH
  -  HUD - Display: vertical gyro, Velocity, G, Mach, TAS, IAS, Kompass, QNH, Höhe, Pitch
  -  2D-Panel in the resolution 1280x720 px / 3D-Panel with high-resolution 1024x1024 px textures


FMC ( Flight Managment Computer ):

  -  New FMC for the Airbus A330 Family
  -  15  differents menus
  -  Gauge of miscellaneous flightparameter
  -  Use of flightplan
  -  Calculation of  courses analogical wind, highlevel and aerodrome of destination
  -  Follow of waypoints
  -  Coursegauge and autopilotcontrol


Other features:

  -  All models are for the Microsoft Flight Simulator FS2004 and FSX
  -  Detailed external and internal model including Virtual Cockpit with a friendly co - pilot
  -  Animations in the external model: flaps, slats, spoilers, three cabin doors and two hatches, animate gear
  -  Extensive lighting effects of windows and exterior lighting
  -  Exterior lighting: Beacon-, Strobes-, Nav-, Landing- and Taxi- Lights
  -  Virtual Cockpit: panel light, window reflections, highly detailed, including avionics for radio navigation
  -  Panel with FMC ( Flight Managment Computer ) and GPS ( Global Positioning System )
  -  Engine thrust reverser including animation and realistic flight dynamics
  -  All models with ATC-ID sign in the cockpit and exterior models.
  -  New textures (1024*1024) with specular shine, night lighting and Alpha technology
  -  Record sound of original Rolls Royce TRENT 900 engines


These are equipped with a variety of liveries:

     -  AEROFLOT
     -  Industrie house,
     -  Lufthansa,
     -  Qantas,
     -  Emirates
     -  Airlines,
     -  Grundlack,
     -  Emirates,
     -  Air France,
     -  Virgin Atlantic,
     -  Korean Air,
     -  Malaysia,
     -  Quatar Air,
     -  Thai - Thailand,
     -  Singapore Airlines,
     -  QANTAS
     -  Repaint texture 

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS
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FRANKLYN
*Verified Product User*
2018-01-06 05:56:15
In the almost six months since my last review AFS has made 15 additions to Sim Market but no update to this product to address our concerns. Neither was there any reply to any email I sent. I have realized that after the two other "P3D" Airbus releases shortly after this one they have stuck to FSX and FS2004. I mean come on, a facebook page, email response, do something to indicate you want to gain our loyalty.

Long story short, save your money. I know we all want an A350 badly in P3D but this is not it. Sorry. Go for the QW 787 on release or get Xplane 11 and the FF A350.
FRANKLYN
*Verified Product User*
2017-07-25 06:00:18
I have purchased my share of sim-lite type aircraft and found them rather enjoyable for what they're worth. When I saw the AFS A350 released for P3D I thought why not? Now the V1 release which you'll see on youtube is really old and looks far from an A350, but the V2 is improved and wanting an A350 with a representative VC in Prepar3d ( I have the freeware FSP version, but the aliased A320/330 VC bugged me) I dove in to take one for the team.
When first released it was listed as V4 ready but this was quickly removed. I thought it was probably gauges but I still have V3.4 so no biggie, install away. Installed in V4 as well.
In V3, it loads at my selected airport, but, no button in the VC works. Bring up the 2D panels, they work, but nothing in the 3D vc responds. Not a good start. I looked in the sim objects panel folder and the gauges are all xml files, so this should not be an issue, unless...
I loaded V4. Now it does not officially support V4 but lets be honest, the default FSX aircraft and many FSX native freeware port over just fine as long as they don't depend on dll's. But this A350, "Cannot load model" in the vehicle selection screen. Uh oh. This begins to confirm my suspicion. Load it anyway, select my scenario, loading, crash to desktop.
Now a model that claims to be made for P3D having these much issues in two different P3D version where much older (almost 10 year old) FSX models load fine? So I pull up Model Converter X to check and sure enough, FS2004 based mdl file. Did a quick convert (sans animations) and it loads up in P3D v4 select screen and no crash scenario loads.
I have to say that in light of this discovery I'm very dissapointed with this developer. I was hoping to get it flying in V4 with some tweaks and offset the seeming negative views towards AFS with an honest recorded flight. but no. You release a model claiming it is P3D specific but its just the same FS2004 based mdl because it seemed to work? Not even tried to recompile with any P3D SDK. Nope.
AFS Design let me give you some advice, Prepar3d V4 is here as well as Flight Sim World, the Microsoft ESP engine is moving forward in 64 bit era, these past few and upcoming weeks are a crucial time as people who are transitioning are eager for Natively produced models and sceneries. Many small developers like you have updated their products supporting FS9 to P3D V4 with each installer made with the Sim's Native SDK. And check the reviews, customers are won over. heck, even DD added an FSW install option to their scenery. I've purchase addons from developers I haven't before just because they made that effort and seeing what they did i would by from them again in a heartbeat.

In closing, this item labelled as for P3D is outright untrue, but you can redeem yourself. Recompile it with the proper SDK and give that to your existing customers. I personally will rate you higher if you pull through. You have an opportunity right now to gain favor with the community during the transition to V4 and FSW. Other developers have gone in and are reaping the rewards. Don't get left behind.

Your move.
cary
*Verified Product User*
2017-07-02 17:22:06
entry level aircraft ... will be sitting in hanger
DELIVERY METHOD
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REGISTRATION KEY
This product does not have a registration key, you can simply execute the downloaded file to install
REQUIREMENTS
Prepar3D v1 to v3
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AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
FRANKLYN
In the almost six months since my last review AFS has made 15 additions to Sim Market but no update to this product to address our concerns. Neither was there any reply to any email I sent. I have realized that after the two other "P3D" Airbus releases shortly after this one they have stuck to FSX and FS2004. I mean come on, a facebook page, email response, do something to indicate you want to gain our loyalty. Long story short, save your money. I know we all want an A350 badly in P3D but this is not it. Sorry. Go for the QW 787 on release or get Xplane 11 and the FF A350.
AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
FRANKLYN
I have purchased my share of sim-lite type aircraft and found them rather enjoyable for what they're worth. When I saw the AFS A350 released for P3D I thought why not? Now the V1 release which you'll see on youtube is really old and looks far from an A350, but the V2 is improved and wanting an A350 with a representative VC in Prepar3d ( I have the freeware FSP version, but the aliased A320/330 VC bugged me) I dove in to take one for the team. When first released it was listed as V4 ready but this was quickly removed. I thought it was probably gauges but I still have V3.4 so no biggie, install away. Installed in V4 as well. In V3, it loads at my selected airport, but, no button in the VC works. Bring up the 2D panels, they work, but nothing in the 3D vc responds. Not a good start. I looked in the sim objects panel folder and the gauges are all xml files, so this should not be an issue, unless... I loaded V4. Now it does not officially support V4 but lets be honest, the default FSX aircraft and many FSX native freeware port over just fine as long as they don't depend on dll's. But this A350, "Cannot load model" in the vehicle selection screen. Uh oh. This begins to confirm my suspicion. Load it anyway, select my scenario, loading, crash to desktop. Now a model that claims to be made for P3D having these much issues in two different P3D version where much older (almost 10 year old) FSX models load fine? So I pull up Model Converter X to check and sure enough, FS2004 based mdl file. Did a quick convert (sans animations) and it loads up in P3D v4 select screen and no crash scenario loads. I have to say that in light of this discovery I'm very dissapointed with this developer. I was hoping to get it flying in V4 with some tweaks and offset the seeming negative views towards AFS with an honest recorded flight. but no. You release a model claiming it is P3D specific but its just the same FS2004 based mdl because it seemed to work? Not even tried to recompile with any P3D SDK. Nope. AFS Design let me give you some advice, Prepar3d V4 is here as well as Flight Sim World, the Microsoft ESP engine is moving forward in 64 bit era, these past few and upcoming weeks are a crucial time as people who are transitioning are eager for Natively produced models and sceneries. Many small developers like you have updated their products supporting FS9 to P3D V4 with each installer made with the Sim's Native SDK. And check the reviews, customers are won over. heck, even DD added an FSW install option to their scenery. I've purchase addons from developers I haven't before just because they made that effort and seeing what they did i would by from them again in a heartbeat. In closing, this item labelled as for P3D is outright untrue, but you can redeem yourself. Recompile it with the proper SDK and give that to your existing customers. I personally will rate you higher if you pull through. You have an opportunity right now to gain favor with the community during the transition to V4 and FSW. Other developers have gone in and are reaping the rewards. Don't get left behind. Your move.
AFS-DESIGN - AIRBUS A350 P3D
cary
entry level aircraft ... will be sitting in hanger
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