AirportSim Partnership Announcement: Airbus
November 24, 2022
3 min read
We are excited to announce our recent collaboration with Airbus, one of the world's largest aircraft manufacturers. Through this partnership, we will have the privilege of incorporating highly detailed 3D models of Airbus' renowned aircraft into AirportSim.
"Enthusiasts of simulation games, particularly aviation enthusiasts, place great importance on realism. It is crucial for them to experience gameplay that closely resembles the actions undertaken by real-world specialists. The inclusion of licensed equipment enhances the sense of realism in such games. That is why we firmly believe that featuring one of the world's most popular aircraft brands is precisely what our audience desires," says Mateusz Stabryła, CEO of MS Games.
Our team is committed to recreating the Airbus planes with utmost precision. In addition to referencing photos and technical drawings, we regularly visit airports, production facilities, and other aviation-related sites. This hands-on approach allows us to delve into every detail of the airplanes, ensuring an authentic representation within AirportSim.
Airbus, a global leader in airplane manufacturing, operates a fleet of aircraft that traverses the globe daily, carrying hundreds of thousands of passengers. Airbus planes have garnered a significant following among aviation enthusiasts, boasting dedicated fan clubs, online forums, social media groups, and even conventions where enthusiasts gather to exchange their observations and feelings about these aerial giants. With AirportSim, players will have another opportunity to interact with these magnificent machines, this time in the virtual realm. They will be able to explore various models of Airbus aircraft from every angle and take on responsibilities such as baggage loading and refueling, among other tasks.
Fascinating Airbus Facts:
- The Airbus Industry Consortium was officially established in 1970.
- Airbus' product line commenced with the A300, the world's first twin-engine wide-body aircraft. Its shorter version is known as the A310.
- The inaugural flight of Airbus' first production aircraft, the A300, took place on October 28, 1972, in Toulouse.
- Airbus provided spare parts and servicing for Concorde aircraft until their retirement from service in 2003.
- The electricity generated by the two A320 engines is sufficient to power 30 apartments.
- The first A320 model took flight in 1987.
- The A320 can accelerate from 0 to 200 km/h in just 20 seconds.
- The maximum speed of the Airbus A320 is approximately 871 km/h.
Stay tuned for further updates on AirportSim as we bring the world of Airbus aircraft to life in an immersive gaming experience.