FeelThere’s Airbus Series Vol. 2 is a detailed depiction of the fascinating world of Fly-By-Wire technology as well as the Airbus’ high-end systems. Developed by highly qualified programmers and with the help of active professional pilots, this add-on is the perfect entry into the universe of airliners. Much of the modern technology and systems are typical to the Airbus philosophy. Whatever your knowledge level - beginner or expert - the user's manual will teach you, step-by-step, all systems and procedures.
Airbus 320 CFM
Airbus 320 IAE
Airbus 321 CFM
Airbus 321 IAE
Weather radar is fully integrated into the Navigation Display (ND) and follows the ND range/mode and brightness settings. The Weather Radar can be activated from the 2D cockpit only.
Head-up display to show all the necessary flight information. The HUD is useful to manually fly low-visibility approaches.
Target Altitude: The target climb or descent altitude is shown on the route with a blue arrow and its position is updated in real time.
TOC Real-Time Update: The position of the top-of-climb (TOC) point is computed in real time.
SID/STAR filtering: When a departure or arrival runway is selected, only the SID/STAR procedures that apply for the selected runway are displayed.
Flight Plan Display: As the aircraft flies toward the next waypoint, the displayed distance to the next waypoint is updated in real time.
Approach Speed: The managed speed on approach depends on the flap handle position instead of depending on the flaps position - like in the real aircraft. This makes the approach the approach smoother with less variation of engine power.
Electricity: All the electric devices, such as lights (landing, taxi, beacon, strobes) and the 6 EFIS screens (PFD, ND, E/WD and SD) are properly managed and can be switched ON only if the appropriate electric source is available, APU, GPU or engine generator.
Alert Clear and Recall: The alerts displayed on the E/WD can be cleared and recalled if necessary.
Fly-by-Wire (auto-coordination): The fly-by-wire system provides auto-coordination. The rudder pedals are active, even if auto-coordination is active. This allows you to "kick" the aircraft - very important with crosswind, like in the real aircraft.
Computed Speeds: The FACs (Flight Augmentation Computers) are in charge of computing the Green Dot, F and S speeds.
Fuel Tank Management.
Speed Brake Alert.
MCDU AIRAC Cycle and Version: The AIRAC cycle is displayed on the MCDU A/C STATUS Page.
SD DOOR Page: The door status page shows the right door selections.
Cold & Dark configuration.
Improved multi-monitors management for pedestal and overhead consoles.
OS: Windows® XP Service Pack 2 or later.
Processor: 2.0 Ghz or higher (single core).
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX®9 compliant video card or greater, 256 MB video RAM or higher, Shader Model 1.1 or higher (Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported. Updates to your video and sound card drivers may be required).
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 30 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible.
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