The company let us know through a post on their Facebook page that one of their team members is “hard at work on the avionics and internal lighting” as well as “covers and wheel chocks modeling” and that they have now started implementing “popup windows to configure the aircraft”, which you can see in the screenshot below.

Of course, with all this, a good manual will be needed, and AOA Simulations says they are “also becoming aware of the enormous amount of documentation work that lies ahead. But one thing at a time!”.

There’s still no ETA for the release of the AOA Simulations V-22 Osprey for X-Plane.