Third-party developers had quite a few new screenshots to share today showing off upcoming aircraft and a scenery add-on.
We start with the Airbus A300-600 by iniBuilds and we hear that final feature implementation and testing is still ongoing, but the developer's artists are currently working on the liveries that will be included in the package.
Specifically, we get to see the launch partner livery, the deliciously vintage Monarch livery, and the Garuda Indonesia livery.
The developer mentioned that most of the avionics are now working, active radar is also working in multiplayer, and the HUD is in development.
We also hear that NAV, COMMS, TACAN, and Transponders will be based on the Western system for commonality while all decals and warning lights will be in Russian. That being said, there'll be an enhanced checklist to help pilots get around the cockpit easily.
The cold-and-dark start-up routine won't be more complex than the developer's F-15 Eagle.
Unfortunately, the aircraft won't be released by Christmas, and it's more likely to launch in early 2024.
As usual, I leave you with the recommendation to check out TechRaptor often if you're interested in Microsoft Flight Simulator, as we publish daily dedicated news so that you don't have to go crazy keeping track of everything on your own. The add-on market can get a bit hectic, and we're happy to offer the relevant navigation aids.