Update! MSFS2020 - Airbus A350 XWB Freeware Aircraft [Working Cockpit] - V.0.5.0

The Airbus A350 XWB is a family of long-range, wide-body airliners developed by Airbus. The first A350 design proposed by Airbus in 2004, in response to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, would have been a development of the A330 with composite wings and new engines. As market support was inadequate, in 2006, Airbus switched to a clean-sheet "XWB" (eXtra Wide Body) design, powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB turbofan engines. The prototype first flew on 14 June 2013 from Toulouse in France. Type certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) was obtained in September 2014, followed by certification from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) two months later.

The A350 XWB is the first Airbus aircraft largely made of carbon fibre reinforced polymer. It has a new fuselage designed around a nine-abreast economy cross-section, up from the eight-abreast A330/A340. It has a common type rating with the A330. The airliner has two variants: the A350-900 typically carries 300 to 350 passengers over a 15,000 kilometres (8,100 nautical miles) range, has a 280-ton (617,300-pound) maximum take-off weight (MTOW); the longer A350-1000 accommodates 350 to 410 passengers, has a maximum range of 16,100 km (8,700 nmi) and a 319 t (703,200 lb) MTOW.

On 15 January 2015, the initial A350-900 entered service with its launch operator Qatar Airways, followed by the A350-1000 on 24 February 2018 with the same airline. The A350 XWB launch customer, Qatar Airways, is also currently the largest operator with 53 airplanes in its fleet. As of December 2020, A350 XWB orders stood at 915 aircraft, of which 406 had been delivered and 405 were in operation. It succeeds the A340 and is positioned to compete against Boeing's large long-haul twinjets: the 787-10, the 777, and its successor, the 777X.

Version 0.5.0
  • cockpit have been fixed
  • engines were fixed
Airbus a350-1000, merged with 787 asobo cockpit, and retouched for similar a350 cockpit.

NEED 787 asobo (premium deluxe version.)
  • - 7liveries added.
  • -modern flight model
  • -real physics
  • -ground services correctly: stairs, fuel and pushback.
  • -full aircraft lighting.
  • -system FLYBYWIRE.
  • -complete autopilot systems
File Size : 367 MB - Upload Address : Google Cloud - Download Speed : Unlimited

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  1. Hi, i have a problem with this aircraft. For user like me, who don't own the ,,premium deluxe'' version, I would very much appreciate, to add a 320 cockpit for the aircraft.
    Thank you :)

  2. Hi, I bought the Premium Deluxe Update only for the aircraft to work.. But still, the screens are black, is it possible to upload a version with working screens?

  3. Hi, i have a problem whitin the vc, I have the premium deluxe pack but the screens of the vc in this a350 won't work. how can i fix this problem

  4. the engines does not start fully from Cold and Dark

  5. Hi. I-ve got premium deluxe 787-10, but cockpit doesn't work... It shows only black screens. How to fix it?

  6. Hey the model looks great, however when using flaps the airspeed severely drops off and the aircraft ends up stalling. Are you able to fix this?

  7. Hello, I have several problems with the aircraft:
    1) Engines just spool up but don't produce any thrust
    2) Engines just shut off after some time
    3) Actually, the whole aircraft just shuts off after some more time
    4) Beacon lights are inside the aircraft
    5) Jetway connects at completely wrong point
    6) Avionics are completely bugged

    Is it just me or does anyone else have these problems?

  8. Absolutely love this plane, since I love the aesthetics of the A350 but prefer the Boeing 787 cockpit. I like the Airbus paint scheme on the cockpit too. The exterior model is pretty darn good, especially for freeware.

    My only (very tiny) complaint is that the flaps are absurdly overpowered and will wreck your airspeed if you don't float them. They perform more like spoilers/speedbrakes and don't give the usual lift flaps give - but I think this is adjustable in the plane's physics files somewhere.

  9. Any more updates to this a/c?

  10. Engine won't start, spool up yet no Fuel Flow and ignition coils.
    Expected at Freeware, yet seems easy to fix ! love the integration with SimBrief.

    Any updates on the Engine part ?

  11. I fixed airbus a350

    1. Thank you! Its amazing!!! Are you able to fix the A340s and the A380 to? =)

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  12. Hi, I can´t see anything when on the Landing view, the cockpit is too high like on the real airplane i had avout 1,20m heigh... =/

  13. Please update A340

  14. Updating the A340 would be great!!

  15. All displays are full white, any fix?

  16. Can you please include the wings in the internal model? Can't get any wing views at the moment.

  17. I believe this airplane needs a lot of updates or a re-release because I am reading quite a few complaints regarding parts not functioning as advertised. I realize this aircraft is freeware but, please... I thought this plane was independent of others, for example requiring to have the Boeing 787 in order to work. When I downloaded this airplane I was under the impression I was getting the A350-900, not the 1000 version. Lastly, I wanted this model hoping to see the Delta Air Lines texture as it was one of the major operators of the 350-900 and I don't see it listed. Although I paid for the Premium Deluxe version, to this date I am still trying to resolve that problem with Microsoft because the 787 was not included, but that is my own issue with them. I will wait for an update or a completely new model or developer of this aircraft.

  18. Since Sim Update 5 the engines loose power after about 6-10 minutes of flying

  19. Engine working and overall instrumenst are responsive.
    yet my cockpit windows are blacked and I don't have ability to look.

    Do you have Idea ?
    MSFS 2020 Latest update 8.14

    Intel i9-9900KF (OC at 4.7Ghz)
    GPU: Asus ROG dual 2080
    DDR 4 64GB RAM
    1TB NVME.2 SSD


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