Flight Sim Labs Airbus A319/A320, V2.0.2.352

Flight Sim Labs Airbus 319-X Released Finnair

Flight Sim Labs has posted a new product update applicable to both the Airbus A319-X and A320-X for Prepar3D V4.2+. The release brings both aircraft up to Version and features a number of additions, fixes, and general improvements. Items of note include compatibility with the Pushover application, EGPWS predicative logic, corrections to flap timing, and full compatibility with P3D V4.5 Hotfix 1.

Please see below for a list of changes according to Lefteris Kalamaras of Flight Sim Labs.


Airline packs

  • Various fixes


  • Fix for takeoff perf runways
  • Added ATC Online list to COMM page
  • Several small fixes
  • Fix for PFPX zero fuel weight info
  • Slot notification callsign logic fix
  • Limit OFP Fuel to 18700
  • OFP Block fuel rounding up logic fix
  • ALTN missing logic fix
  • Printing logic fixes
  • Crew config logic fix
  • IVAO ATIS logic fix
  • No STD results in slot change fix
  • STD logic fixes
  • Pushover app ‘printing’ now enabled


  • Arming logic tied to FWC phase now


  • Predictive mode logic added (TAD/RFCF/TCF)


  • AP disconnect protections added
  • C star logic improvements
  • AP disconnects on pause fixed

Engines / FADEC

  • CLB limit logic fix

External Model

  • CFM Engines decal fix
  • CFM flap marking overlay animation fix
  • Various small geometry fixes


  • Flap actuation logic fixes

FSL Configurator

  • Fixes for missing cfg files and building cfg files


  • Key mapping fix


  • Flood panel light knob state save/load enabled
  • Beacon light size adjusted


  • INIT A GND TEMP now not shown in flight


  • Airframe weights page added to MCDU OPTIONS
  • Passenger configuration parser logic added to protect against imbalance
  • Weights units logic fix


  • Now supports virtual printing to Pushover app

Virtual Cockpit

  • Glareshield text overlay clipping fix


As usual, the update is available via the Flight Sim Labs product download service.

To review the complete update announcement, see the source post via the Flight Sim Labs discussion forum. Alternatively, for more information about either aircraft, visit the developers website.

*Image courtesy of Flight Sim Labs.

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