FlightFactor has shared the first previews of their 787 Pro with texturing underway.
Taking to Twitter, FlightFactor uploaded three images of the cockpit with a fair amount of progress made in the texturing stage.
These follow on from renders released last month that showed a detailed, yet untextured cockpit.
The 787 Pro was originally announced in mid-September, in a new line of aircraft that aims to be a significant step up in detail compared to their existing aircraft.
Almost two weeks ago, the team tweeted this image, asking whether users would like to see a map of an airport on their ND (Navigational Display) in the 787.
The image shows O'Hare International Airport and its numerous runways and taxiways.
FlightFactor confirmed Airport Visual System (AVS), a plugin they have developed in the past, will not be required for this functionality.
As for an ETA, x-plane.org estimates the aircraft will be released in the second half of 2021.
On the Airbus side of their lineup, FlightFactor posted a few images of something intended to be used in their A320 Ultimate.
Many users believe it to be a TCAS system in development, though FlightFactor has neither confirmed nor denied this.
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