Author Topic: Aerosoft Professional A319 Livery  (Read 67 times)

Eric Dziura

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Aerosoft Professional A319 Livery
« on: Sun 17 May 2020, 22:49 »
Searched the forums so as not to duplicate the following info but didn't find anything. Apologies if I missed it.

Recently downloaded the liveries for the AP A319 and A320 for use in P3DV4.5.

The livery for the A320 installed as noted in the readme, and works fine. Not so for the A319. It appears that the [FLTSIM.+1] code provided in the readme is incorrect.

I was able to get it to work by modifying it to read as follows:

title               = Airbus A319 professional Intercity G-ICMA
sim               = A319
model                          = SHARKLET
panel               =
sound               =
texture               = Intercity G-ICMA
kb_checklists            =
kb_reference            =
atc_id               = G-ICMA
atc_airline            = Intercity
atc_flight_number         =
ui_manufacturer            = Airbus
ui_type                         = A319-115 CFM SHARK
ui_variation            = Intercity
ui_typerole            = Commercial Airliner
ui_createdby            = Aerosoft
atc_parking_types         = GATE
description            = Aerosoft A319 professional CFM / Intercity G-ICMA\\nRepaint by Christopher Liu (

If there is anything in the changes which are not in accord with the wishes of ICX management, please let me know. Otherwise, I hope this is helpful.

Thank you, Chris, the liveries look great.

« Last Edit: Mon 18 May 2020, 01:14 by Eric Dziura »

Chris Liu

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Re: Aerosoft Professional A319 Livery
« Reply #1 on: Mon 18 May 2020, 02:02 »
Hi Eric, thanks for that, I think Aerosoft decided to change the cfg with an update, they did exactly the same on the A320! I'll update the readme at some point to reflect the new version, presuming no one is still running the old one? Could be to do with the sharklets, I set it up for the normal wingtip fences? Although we only have a handful of A319 anyway (I think 4?), most of the fleet is A320.