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Fenix Simulations – Airbus A320 v2.0.0.407

Note: See README.txt after extracting! We recommend to update to this fixed version even if the previous upload was working for you (see the changelog).

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Note: To update navigation data, you can use the Navigraph NavData from this post (fenix_a320_XXXX.rar).

– Avionics and Systems
– Optimised performance of External Engine Model
– Optimised performance of internal LVar handling
– Added TO PERF LVars (N_MISC_PERF_TO_*)
– Added ISFD LVars (N_MIP_ISFD_*, B_MIP_ISFD_*)
– Added standby XPDR output LVar (i.e. the “displayed” value, N_FREQ_STANDBY_XPDR_SELECTED)
– Added more configuration options for default EO ACC, default THR RED
– Improved detection of when the aircraft has “loaded in” to the sim
– Small AoA tweaks in flight control law
– Fixed crash caused by failure to read aircraft.cfg
– Fixed cabin announcement logging not being verbose enough
– Fixed spoiler arm and disarm events being inverted
– Fixed DisarmDoors announcement being cut off by the switch from engine generators
– Fixed cabin ready not correctly handling single engine taxi
– Fixed incorrect handling of aircraft.cfg comments
– Fixed issue that could cause failure to hook or cabin announcements not working for users in some regions (Türkiye in particular)
– Fixed incorrect TCAS target altitudes being shown on the ND when flying online
– Fixed various other crashes throughout the systems (thank you to people who have the opt-in crash reporting turned on )
– Fixed gear being lowered automatically when performing a belly landing
– Fixed gear being up when spawning in
– GSX settings are now overriden using their new API to automatically set the required GSX settings for the integration to work correctly
– Fixed issue when connecting jetway or stairs via GSX
– Fixed IDG fuel-based cooling running when engines are shut down
– Fixed AOC WEATHER REQ requiring RETURN to be pressed twice
– Fixed bypass pin not being correctly synced with GSX during pushback
– Removed APU running requirement from DisarmDoors
– Fixed some instances of being unable to board with GSX
– Adjusted IAE FLX limit behaviour during takeoff, rotation, and THR RED
– Fixed ADIRS LVars being rounded
– Fixed VLS calculation for IAE engines
– Fixed STS page not auto-clearing after 3 seconds when status is normal
– Fixed CLB thrust being above FLX thrust
– Fixed some MCDU settings not saving – failure scenarios in particular
– Fixed missing ignition conditions for IAE engines (FLEX/TOGA thrust or approach idle)
– Further improved VLS calculation

– Art and Sound:
– Extensive optimisations to various parts of the art
– Improved our custom LOD system, resulting in shorter delays when switching and supporting drone camera
– Fixed CFM atd_id not matching the livery
– Fixed cockpit dome light always on in external view
– Reworked LOD system to fix FPS loss
– Fixed small cockpit perf dip

– EFB:
– Fixed various causes of errors throughout the EFB
– Fixed race conditions in boarding status, including the way loadsheets are generated and sent
– Fixed loadsheets not being generated when not using SimBrief
– Fixed mismatching green dot speed between EFB and aircraft
– Fixed mismatching SLT RETR and FLP RETR speeds between EFB and aircraft
– Fixed THR RED and THR ACC not taking into account the configured acceleration height
– Fixed incorrect ADC sent when departure time nears 0000Z
– Fixed EFIS BARO CTL setting not saving
– Fixed loadsheet error when starting boarding
– Fixed issue with empty EOBT
– Fixed refuelling in fast/slow mode using the incorrect unit
– Fixed loadsheet ACARS messages not being acceptable

– Livery Manager:
– Improved installation speed

The Fenix Simulations A320 for MSFS

A feature-complete autoflight suite, including full lateral and vertical guidance modes, RNAV/RNP-AR capabilities, and complex route construction supporting multiple ARINC424 leg types such as Radius to Fix (RF) legs are part of the Fenix A320’s arsenal of features. A “physical” fluid dynamic and air-mass simulation is modelled, with thousands of working components from control computers to individual mix valves for the pneumatic system, represented – and all wired to their respective power source/networks on the aircraft, for an truly in-depth simulation.

Full Immersion

Produced from our own proprietary 3D scans of the real aircraft, the Fenix A320 has been lavished with a few thousand man-hours of attention to truly harness the power and capabilities of Microsoft Flight Simulator’s visual engine, and immerse you in the flying experience. From the dust on the displays, to the engraving on the panels in the cockpit, the Fenix A320 is a visual sensation. The soundscape is fully 3D too, with every sound placed in the physically correct location and sound recordings made onboard an actual A320 for maximum accuracy and immersion.


• A320-200 with CFM56-5B4 and IAE V2527-A5 SelectOne engines
• Bespoke engine physics & thermodynamic modelling
• 200+ Failures
• 288 Working circuit breakers
• Customisable aircraft configuration
• Electronic Flight Bag with built-in performance calculators
• Automated cabin announcement system
• And so much more!



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