Thrustmaster Civil Aviation joysticks will make you feel like a pilot of the Airbus A320

Thrustmaster Civil Aviation joysticks will make you feel like a pilot of the Airbus A320


In anticipation of the grandiose flight simulator Microsoft Flight Simulator, a manufacturer of computer game components, Thrustmaster introduced under the Thrustmaster Civil Aviation (TCA) brand Airbus licensed game replicas of airliner controls for use in civilian flight simulator games.

All devices are compatible with X-Plane 11, Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator, DCS: Digital Combat Simulator, Ace Combat 7, Star Citizen, Elite Dangerous, War Thunder and many others.

The series includes the TCA Sidestick Airbus Edition – an ergonomic replica of the stick of control of a civil airliner A320 / A320neo in a 1: 1 scale. The novelty offers a modular design and 12 programmable buttons. The handle can rotate around its axis and has a reverse function, which is present in a real aircraft. The manufacturer estimates this control unit at $ 70 (70 euros). The device will go on sale on June 25.

In addition, Thrustmaster introduced the TCA Quadrant Airbus Edition lever block – a replica of the quadrant block of the aircraft responsible for traction control (version of the Airbus A320neo). The device will go on sale on September 24. The manufacturer estimates this new product at $ 100.

For those who want to purchase both devices at once, Thrustmaster will be able to offer a ready-made kit. It will cost $ 160. The savings are $ 10.

In addition, the company will begin selling TM Flying Clamp in September, a new metal table clamp designed for mounting devices used in flight simulation games. Its cost is 60 US dollars.

All presented devices are already available for pre-order through the official online store Thrustmaster.

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