Current Version 2.0
Initial Release 01. April 2021
Last Updated 08. April 2021
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Ansett Australia was an airline that operated as part of the Australian Governments “Two Airline” policy for decades.

However after changing ownership and a series of investment blunders and lack of leadership, the airline could not continue to be viable and in the post September 2001 aviation world, a once proud Australian Icon collapsed and was assigned to history.

The last airframe operated by the airline was the Airbus A320, and this livery presents a What Might Have Been should the airline been able to continue and still tread the skies to this day.

Now including an AI traffic model!

Package includes a self installation executable. You will need to know the location of your Microsoft Flight Simulator Community folder to complete installation.

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A copy of the manual is available here:

Why do you use an installer and not just give me the files like other liveries here?

That is a great question! Let me try and answer at least my reasoning and interpretation.

It has been said that than “all flight simmers know how to install mods” or “we don’t need an installer”, and for the vast majority of users, this is most definitely true. Yet, that is exactly the point, “the vast majority of users” is NOT everyone.

Our hobby should not be restricted or gatekept to virtual aviators with extensive experience of flight simming; it should be as open and as accessible as possible. The seasoned veteran with 10000 desktop flight hours has as much right to be able to easily access content as someone who has installed their very first sim and is picking up a controller for the first time. The reality is, is that our hobby with its technical nature has been gatekeeping itself and holding itself back for years, the ability to create and deliver installers for content like this means it is more accessible than ever before, and that is a good thing. Someone should not have to have extensive knowledge of file structures, sequences or coding to be able to enjoy the thrill of soaring above the clouds.

I have been creating liveries, scenery and aircraft for many years, and have always dreamed of a time when we can offer it without requiring a user to have extensive technical knowledge. I will always fight to make our hobby more accessible to as many virtual aviators as possible.

At the end of the day, the same content is delivered either way. Some have complained that this content won't work with mod managers. It will, you just have to install it to a dummy directory then follow the mod manager instructions. This is no different from Aerosoft, PMDG, Just Flight or any other developer who releases content via an installer. If you are using a mod manager, then you are already ahead of the curve of many so this should not be a major issue to you.

There has also been concern raised over “untrusted” installers, how in this day and age there are more and more instances of information breaches and other security concerns. These are perfectly valid points, and I do not refute them. I take what steps I can to mitigate concerns by having these scanned by AV platforms both when constructed and then rescanned before they are submitted here. There have been instances where I have received false positives, I have worked with Anti-Virus providers to try and resolve this, and where that has not been possible, then I have offered my content without the installer.

Finally, I do this because this is not the only platform I distribute content on, as well as the fact I produce both Freeware and Payware content. Thus, being able to redistribute an installer with its associated ability to provide Readme links and presentation of my EULA for acknowledging and accepting is an important part of my work and user experience goal.

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  • Version 2.0 April 08, 2021

    Version 2.0
    - Clean up of CFG files
    - EULA Update
    - Version revision to separate from FBW A32NX

  • Launched April 01, 2021

    Initial release of this file just launched. Welcome aboard!