The A32NX Project is a community-driven open source project to create a free Airbus A320neo in Microsoft Flight Simulator that is as close to reality as possible.
The following aircraft configuration is currently simulated or targeted:
Model A320-251N Engine CFM LEAP 1A-26 APU APS3200 FMS Honeywell Release H3 FWC Std. H2F13 RA Honeywell ALA-52B TAWS Honeywell EGPWS ACAS Honeywell TPA-100B ATC Honeywell TRA-100B MMR Honeywell iMMR WXR Honeywell RDR-4000
Please note that this configuration may change in the future as the A32NX project evolves and changes.
If you're still running into problems after reading through the documentation, feel free to jump into our Discord #support channel.
If you would like to contribute to the project, see Contributing.md
Our known issues list contains the most commonly reported issues. Should you have an issue not found on this list, then please take a look at the reported issues within the issue tracker and report a new issue if your issue isn't found there. You can also use the issue tracker to request a new feature.
Liveries for the A32NX can be found on Flightsim.to.
We don't know, since it depends on many factors. We will announce each new stable version via Discord and our social media channels listed above.
Read Contributing.md and join our Discord to get started.
No, it is a completely free aircraft, open-source.
Please read the known Issues and bug reporting section.
While many in the team dislike the term "study-level" as its use is mostly applicable to certified training devices, we are in fact very dedicated on bringing a high fidelity A320neo to the Microsoft Flight Simulator platform.
Chances are, yes! While we do not guarantee every single detail of the aircraft will eventually be represented, our goal is to produce an extremely accurate simulation based on technical data and real-world testing. This means you can be almost certain every feature of the aircraft will eventually be simulated to the best of the simulator's ability as long as the technical data backs it up.
It's very likely that the feature you are awaiting is already under development! However, we strive for the greatest accuracy possible when producing aircraft, and it is therefore likely that a great deal of time will be spent on developing a proper software design and gathering sufficient references before we are able to offer the feature.
We have two mainline versions: stable and development. The stable version is a 'snapshot' of the development which we regard as stable with the current version of the simulator. The developer build is updated daily and is a constant work in progress and although we test thoroughly each update, minor issues may occur from time to time.
You can read more about the differences between the versions we offer on our documentation portal.
Original source code assets present in this repository are licensed under the GNU GPLv3. Original 3D assets are licensed under CC BY-NC 4.0.
Microsoft Flight Simulator © Microsoft Corporation. The FlyByWire Simulations A32NX was created under Microsoft's "Game Content Usage Rules" using assets from Microsoft Flight Simulator, and it is not endorsed by or affiliated with Microsoft.
The contents of distribution packages built from the sources in this repository are therefore licensed as follows: