To members of the FSElite Editorial team and to the readers of this article. We would like to issue a statement regarding the recent article featuring images of an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) development for the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on Microsoft Flight Simulator.
It has come to our attention that the images showcased in the article depict the default B787-10 aircraft, and they do not represent our product.
We would like to clarify that neither Kuro, the freeware creator, nor Horizon Simulations, are currently working on an EFB for the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. Our team has not been involved in the development or release of any EFB-related content for this specific aircraft.
Furthermore, we would like to address the mention the folks over WorkingTitle and the AAU2 update. It is important to note that Kuro and Horizon Simulations do not have access to the source code of the AAU2 update from WorkingTitle.
As a result, we are unable to develop an EFB until the source code is made available by WorkingTitle.
To clarify further, even if we were to gain access to the source code of the AAU2 update from WorkingTitle, it does not necessarily imply that we would immediately proceed with the development and release of an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) for the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on Microsoft Flight Simulator.
We appreciate the enthusiasm and interest in our products, but we want to ensure accuracy and avoid any confusion among our users and the flight simulation community. We encourage everyone to stay updated with official announcements from our team regarding any future developments or releases.
Should there be any further updates or changes to this situation, we will provide timely information to keep our users informed.