Boarding and Pushback

Passenger2, the most advanced passenger application for Flight Simulator, shares a significant development update showcasing boarding and pushback.

Featuring animated passengers and crew, announcements and safety videos, Passenger2 has hit a new milestone. Users can watch passengers board the aircraft, which feature individual seat maps. Crew will also carry out their duties, from boarding to changing the door mode. Boarding features boarding music and announcements from not only the crew but also airport gate staff. The user interface is complete with a flight monitor that also shows gate information when at the gate and safety videos during pushback and taxi.

“This is a major step in the development of Passenger2”, said Lead Developer Scott Thompson. “I know many followers have been excited to see Passenger2 work alongside Flight Simulator, and I am so excited to share this update.”

Passenger2 is expected to launch in Q4, 2023 and will be compatible with MSFS 2020, P3d, X-Plane and FSX. Using FSUIPC, Passenger2 will be a standalone application supporting PC users only.

We are not affiliated with and have no connections with American Airlines. American Airlines does not credit or endorse Passenger2. Images are for example purposes only.

The information in this article was posted during the development phase and should not be used to interpret the current release.

4 Responses

    1. We are just using American Airlines for our example as it’s the first soundpack we have built. You can fly any airline in the world. Soundpacks will be created with time. Please note we will not be providing any of the videos or logos as this would be illegal for us to do due to copyright. You will need to source these yourself.

  1. Hello, I have 2 questions.

    1) Will these airlines be covered and included?

    – Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) [SVA/SV]
    – Sri Lankan Airlines (SriLankan Airlines) [ALK/UL]

    2) Will Arabic and Sinhala languages be included, for example Arabic first and then English or Sinhala first and then English?


    1. These airlines will not be covered in initial release however, we will continue to develop sound packs after release to cover more and more airlines. Same goes for your second question. Arabic is not planned for initial release but will be included in a future update.

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