FSX TAM Airbus A320 Star Alliance
TAM Airbus A320 in Star Alliance livery. Model by Project Airbus team: Andy Warden - external model design; Thomas Ruth - virtual cockpit design, texturing, XML coding; Peter Binamira - flight dynamics and sounds; Demetris Themistocleous - base textures and liveries; Alessandro Savarese - base te...
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 13.45 MB
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- Free (Freeware)
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TAM Airbus A320 in Star Alliance livery. Model by Project Airbus team: Andy Warden - external model design; Thomas Ruth - virtual cockpit design, texturing, XML coding; Peter Binamira - flight dynamics and sounds; Demetris Themistocleous - base textures and liveries; Alessandro Savarese - base textures; John Tavendale - liveries; Derek Mayer - liveries; Matthew Murray - corporate design and organization; Gianmarco Bettiol - imagery and feedback; Nick Wu - feedback; Trevor Slack - feedback; Alexander Kvitta - feedback; David Bromwich - feedback. By Lucas Nonato.
TAM Airbus A320.
PROJECT AIRBUS A320
TURN WORD WRAP ON
Support: This model has been tested to be used with Microsoft Flight Simulator – A Century of Flight ONLY. As of release there are no plans to make this model compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator X.
Feedback and Suggestions: Users are encouraged to post their feedback and opinions on the Project Airbus Forums.
Project Airbus was born in the mist of flight simulation’s golden era, at a time when all add-on production was taking a turn to supreme accuracy and evolved from sheer simplicity to authentic flight recreation.
In early 2002, Trevor Slack came across Thomas Ruth’s website, while his A300 was still in production. Trevor had the benefit to beta test Thomas’ creation and they constantly exchanged ideas and information, so to end up naming their effort “Project Airbus,” and soon after, with the texturing assistance of Nicholas Wu, the A300 became the first group’s big hit. The number of variables they had managed to incorporate into the model was almost revolutionary and never seen before in the flight simulator scene.
In the meanwhile, a lot of people were inclined to help the group’s effort and names such as that of Thomas Kwong, Alexander Kvitta, Peter Binamira, Michael Karam, Gianmarco Bettiol or Micheal Theriault were written down PA’s book. The A320 was another success – and the last for quite some time. It also included many new features and was widely regarded as simply the best A320 flight simulator rendition available at that point in time.
The group went through a rough patch in late 2003 and early 2004 and was commonly decided that there was a break. However, a proposal to revive the group with new blood and projects was welcomed and work on the new version of the A320 began.
Three years later, the A320 has been finally released and Project Airbus has a lot more up its sleeve for the future!
For now, we hope you take your time at enjoying our current recreation, as that is the first and foremost stimulus in freeware add-on production.
Simply extract the ZIP file in your Flight Simulator 9/Aircraft directory and move the contents of the Effects folder to your root Flight Simulator 9/Effects directory.
The Project Airbus A320 offers a wide range of features, many of which are XML-controlled such as:
• Pressurisation outflow valve – controls air pressure by letting it out, opens below 30 knots on ground
• Ground spoilers
• Pack outlets – open different amounts due to temperature
• Idle reversers – reversers stay open for a couple of seconds after they have been shut off, open full when only idle reverse thrust is selected
• Parallel bogies – in the double-bogey model (used by Indian Airlines)
• Dynamic jetwash – visible only when engines running
• Dropping surfaces – elevators and ailerons drop when engines are shut off
• Opening passenger and cargo doors
• Custom effects – double strobes, navigation and beacon lights, as well as touchdown effects
• Dynamic shine
• Accurate landing gear extension and retraction
L1 – Select exit (Shift + E)
L2 + cargo doors – Tail hook up/down (not assigned to a key binding by default)
R1 + R2 – Wing fold/unfold (not assigned to a key binding by default)
The Project Airbus Team, now and then:
Andy Warden – external model design
Thomas Ruth – virtual cockpit design and texturing; XML coding
Peter Binamira – flight dynamics and sounds
Demetris Themistocleous – base textures and liveries
Alessandro Savarese – base textures
John Tavendale – liveries
Derek Mayer – liveries
Matthew Murray – corporate design and organization
Gianmarco Bettiol – imagery and feedback
Nick Wu – feedback
Trevor Slack – feedback
Alexander Kvitta – feedback
David Bromwich – feedback
Special thanks to our guest painters and all who helped in the completion of this project…
Jaco du Preez
Flight Dynamics Testing and Feedback:
Capt. Manny Osias
F/O Spike Acenas
The archive a320tamstar.zip has 98 files and directories contained within it.
This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.
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|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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