Current Version 1.0.5
Initial Release 02. October 2021
Last Updated 18. March 2022
File Size 521.86 MB
Downloads 9,485

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Ever wished the Icon A5 had a sister?

Ready to land just about anywhere, the MXA is a fictional aircraft in the Light Sport Amphibious category. With an exterior design similar to the Lisa Akoya, the airframe's core dimensions have been tested and proven. Post SU7 Beta, this aircraft has gotten an entire rebuild from 3D model, flight model, PBR textures, a modern rewrite of all code elements, better ensuring a stable transition between future sim updates, and so much more. Huge thanks to my GotFriends partners TwoSeventy270 for the fantastic work on interior texturing, and Jonx for cirtical XML code help.


Pretty empty over here.

Pretty empty over here.

  • Version 1.0.5 March 18, 2022

    - Added proper Garmin G5 unit
    - Tweaked knobs and animations

  • Version 1.0.4 March 18, 2022

    - Added custom G3X bezel and softkeys to manage the G3X system
    - Added 3D ribbing to external control surfaces
    - Re-did all liveries entirely, better UV pack and higher texel density
    - 8KHD Texture flags
    - Minor material and animation tweaks

    **Please remove the previous version entirely before installing MXA 1.0.4**

  • Version 1.0.3 January 14, 2022

    Landing gear light hotfix (Sorry! missed last build)

  • Version 1.0.2 January 14, 2022

    Massive Redux to MXA (v1.02)

    - Fixed parking brake not working with keybinds and HOTAS
    - Fixed spawning in air at 160kts sometimes causing the airframe to break

    - Added clickable interactions to flaps, landing gear
    - Added wheel animations that now spin, and blur based on speed
    - Added multiple sounds to interactive items like baro knob, flaps leavers, switches, etc..
    - Added cockpit tooltips on interactive items
    - Added red speed tape on PFD

    - Animated ELT switch with sound and lights
    - Made air vent knobs separately adjustable
    - Made all major control animations linear (better accurate visual representation)
    - Smoother propeller visuals for both slow, and blurred spinning animations
    - Minor flight model tweaks to flaps and drag

    - Converted remaining code to Asobo XML *This now means the MXA is 100% new code structure and is less likely to break in the future as it has absolutely 0 legacy code / custom anim liabilities
    - XML, CFG, and FLT cleanup