MiniCockpit’s miniFCU review

Taking the Airbus A320 to the next level

Over the last few years, we’ve seen an exponential upward trend in the uptake of home flight simulation, primarily due to the release of Microsoft Flight Simulator in 2020 and the mass appeal it has generated across multiple platforms.

The miniFCU is an 80% scale replica of a real Flight Control Unit (FCU) panel.
The miniFCU is an 80% scale replica of a real Flight Control Unit (FCU) panel. Andrew Underwood

Many flight simmers have looked at how to enhance their virtual flying experience by bridging the human-machine interface through peripherals such as replica yokes, rudder pedals and throttle quadrants, or more commonly, with just a joystick or gamepad controller.

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