Introducing the easyJet A320 Schedule Pack – Volume 2 for Microsoft Flight Simulator, developed by VA Schedules, brought to you by DARKOCEAN. Experience the world of easyJet like never before with 94 meticulously recreated A320 schedules. This pack features 30 distinct real world A320 routes that take you from Bristol, Manchester and Liverpool across the breadth of the UK, and back again. Plunge yourself in realistic and immersive flights that capture the essence of this renowned airline. From bustling international hubs to the remoteness of Newquay and Jersey, explore breath-taking views and challenge yourself at landing at various destinations.
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When I first saw these packs they seemed to be an excellent concept. To have the routes pre-planned for you with fuel and passenger loadings all sorted seemed a brilliant idea. However, I was in for a few let-downs. The first problem was that when I downloaded it what I actually received was Pack 1, the London based routes. Never mind, it should still be good fun to fly. Next problem that I encountered was that I could not find any readme file or manual detailing how to install and use the product. OK so I did the usual and installed it in my addons file which links to the community folder. Next, find the flights; hunting around MSFS menus I eventually found them and loaded up the first flight. I had loaded the Fly-by-wire A320 (or so I thought) but after take of, once established in the cruise I found that the aircraft was not tracking the FMC course. Knowing that the current FBW version behaves impeccably I began to have my suspicions. Ah yes, this is the default A320 NEO which I would not normally bother to fly as it is surpassed in every way by the FBW offering. At this point I gave up and loaded a regular flight. Sorry, but this was a very disappointing experience from beginning to end.
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