Airliner XP Announces Airbus A320

New design group Airliner XP has announced that their first add-on aircraft will be the Airbus A320 jetliner, first for FS2004 and later for FSX. For details, click on Read More.

January 28, 2007 - The Internationally-based development studio, Airliner XP, is announcing the most unique Airbus Simulation Experience for both FS9 and FSX.

"With today's announcement of our Airbus Simulation, we are officially ushering in a new era in true next-generation simulation and entertainment for everyone" said Jean-Luc Dupiot, co-founder of Airliner XP. "The innovative Airbus Simulation product features powerful technologies and capabilities that have never been brought together in one simulation title. The results are breathtaking new interactive simulation to explore, eye-popping multimedia functionality, and a fully integrated experience -- all in high- definition clarity. The value we are providing consumers with our Airbus Simulation is beyond compare."

What happens when the three most renowned companies in the Flight Simulator market get together is nothing short of a revolution: award winning DreamFleet, FlightScenery and Reality XP join forces to release a revolutionary product:

Airliner XP's Airbus Simulation features an entirely new 2D and 3D graphic engine for Flight Simulator with ultra high-res panels in 32 bits next-gen graphics and with higher frame rates. In addition, professional-grade 3D modeling with an extraordinary level of detail and cutting edge animations with visual special effects and virtually no-FPS hit. For the first time, studio-quality recorded sound and innovative 7.1 3D-sound mixer for FS9/X, faster than Direct X for increased frame rates. Overall, the Airliner XP's Airbus features industry-leading game development combined with aviation training best practices for the highest level of aircraft systems simulation fidelity and avionics fluidity ever offered on a desktop PC.

DreamFleet's Lou Betti is a professional photographer and 2D artwork artist. He has been demonstrating a unique talent in designing aircraft and gauges bitmaps for award winning titles like the Boeing 737, the ATR 72, the Beech A36, the Beech B58 and the Piper Archer.

FlightScenery's Stephane Lepage is a professional 3D artist and industrial designer. He has been demonstrating leading Flight Simulator modeling techniques for life-like rendition of sceneries and highly detailed 3D objects with virtually no FPS hit with award winning titles like FlightZone01: Rhode Island and FlightZone02: Portland.

Reality XP's Jean-Luc Dupiot is a professional developer. He has been leading the Flight Simulator gauge development in being the first to introduce fluid and low FPS hit anti-aliased EFIS technologies, accurate and full featured avionics simulations and non-yet-matched unique products like the Weather Radar simulation and the TAWS - EGPWS.

Airliner XP's A320 Airbus which has been under development for 3 years will be released for FS9 first and FSX later.

Airliner XP's management and staff includes producers, artists, designers, and developers with experience from leading publishers and titles in the industry including DreamFleet, FlightScenery and Reality XP.

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation industry expert with over 20 years of experience and also has a keen interest in aviation and technology. Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available. However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed.

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