FlightFactor A320: Cabin Screenshots

I am back from my 4 day road trip to Southern Europe and tomorrow I’ll be back at full speed with all those news and reviews you all love so much. A great review is coming up soon and I am sure you will like it once it’s online, which should be within a week from now.

For now, enjoy these screenshots. Someone was asking for cabin shots of the FlightFactor A320, which I am currently flying enroute to KSFO. Loads of fun, I can tell you that!

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  • Rick29. October 2017 - 22:23

    I’m really concerned that the door pins are still in with the aircraft airbourne.  THose should be removed prior to takeoff!ReplyCancel

    • Ollie30. October 2017 - 20:19

      Well, we all got our concerns to bear! ReplyCancel

  • Gaspard30. October 2017 - 8:49

    Thanks ollie ! I’m a little bit disappointed by the graphic quality of the cabin. What about U ollie ?ReplyCancel

    • Simon F.30. October 2017 - 15:53

      i´m just curious: how much time you wanna spend in the cabin when flying the airplane?ReplyCancel

      • Gaspard30. October 2017 - 18:27

        It depends flight time. During long haul flight i alternate between cockpit and cabin (dreaming view !). ReplyCancel

    • Ollie30. October 2017 - 20:18

      Bear in mind,  my texture settings are at High only. These might look better at a higher setting. That said, I concur with the others. I prefer performance over visual quality of the cabin.ReplyCancel

  • Joshua30. October 2017 - 13:12

    Thanks for the Cabin eye candy!ReplyCancel

    • Ollie30. October 2017 - 20:18

      Glad you like it Joshua! 😉ReplyCancel

      • Richard31. October 2017 - 1:17

        Why are the windows not smoothly contoured, they look octagonal at the top especially.ReplyCancel

  • Rick1. November 2017 - 0:25

    I was only kidding.  I was amazed that they went to the trouble they did to model the interior.  The level of detail is nuts.  I design aircraft interiors for a living, and showed this to my colleagues, who were equally amazed. It is truly a work of art/accuracy.  I honestly wouldn’t have been surprised if the authors changed the programming to have the door safety pins turn off at takeoff, or some other suitable trigger (seat belt signs maybe?)  That would be the ultimate!ReplyCancel

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