The first product is to be Airport2Sim Amsterdam and release is expected within the coming weeks. Specifically regarding Amsterdam, Airline2Sim notes, “Our first product features James McDonald, a First Officer based out of Amsterdam for a well known European carrier. He will be talking you through all aspects of operating to and from this busy, complex airport so that you will be able to fly here and know your way around exactly as they do in real life.”
Moreover, with respect to the above mentioned updated GSX configuration, Airline2Sim explains, “The GSX config we have included as a bonus and adds the advanced GSX safedocks to each and every single airliner gate (or AGNIS PAPA to the remote stands, as in real life) fixes all the stop and pushback positions, labels the pushback direction and fixes or prevents broken or nonsensical pushbacks. We have also custom placed all the ground handling equipment to prevent clashes with ground objects and scenery (no more push back tugs sticking out of the terminal!) and optimized stands for the most suitable aircraft type.”
To review the original product announcement, see the source post via the official Airline2Sim Facebook page. If you’d like to learn more about Airline2Sim and some of their existing aircraft training programs, visit their website. As always, stay tuned for more.
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