Posted by Lee Baker on Thursday December 12, 2019
The FlightFactor A320 is a popular jetliner, but doesn't integrate well with X-Plane's architecture. As a result, it hasn't been supported in PlaneCommand until now. A solution has been found to make the aircraft flyable with PlaneCommand.
First off, I'd like to offer huge thanks to Steve Smith for all the work he has put in to get this aircraft working with PlaneCommand. Steve done an amazing amount of work to build profiles for lots of aircraft, making sure they work as well in PlaneCommand as possible. He's recently figured out how to get a lot of the Flight Factor A320 functionlity working in PlaneCommand.
Instructions can be found here in the Help section.
Once again, I'd like to give Steve a huge thanks for his hard work.
PlaneCommand is an add-on plugin for PC flight simulators uses speech recognition technology to emulate a co-pilot. The voice interface frees virtual pilots from needing to memorize arbitrary keyboard commands, and provides a natural speech interface to many common cockpit instruments. Realism is enhanced by assisting the pilot with common cockpit tasks like tuning radios or configuring instruments.
PlaneCommand supports the X-Plane 10 and 11 flight simulators on Windows and Mac OS, and fully supports VR. Support for Microsoft Flight Simulator coming soon. A free demo version is available for download, and the full PlaneCommand Pro license is available to purchase at PlaneCommand.com.More blog posts