While Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is already chock-full of content for players to explore for thousands of hours, that won’t stop eager pilots from exploring player-created and official mods for the game. Thankfully, we’re here with our Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 mod list for PC and Xbox One. As always, *be cautious when downloading and installing files from the internet.* Check your sources!
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Mod List
- FSX/P3D Boeing 737-800 Cockpit Textures Upgraded V2
- FSX/P3D Boeing 777-200LR Emirates package
- FSX/P3D Airbus A319-100 United Airlines NC package
- Ants Tiger Moth G-ANRX textures
- FSX/P3D Airbus A319-100 Volotea Package
- FSX/P3D Airbus A321-200 British Airways package
- FSX/P3D Boeing 737-800 Eurowings package
- FSX/P3D Embraer ERJ-145 Legacy FSX Native InterCaribbean Airways package
- FSX B-47 Stratojet updated
- FSX/P3D Boeing 787-9 China Eastern package
- FSX/P3D Airbus A321-200 Vueling Sharklet Package
- Fokker D-XXIII prototype
- FSX Acceleration USS George Bush
- FSX/P3D ATR 42-500 Loganair
- FSX/Accel Pilotable Battleship HMS Prince Of Wales
- IRIS C27J Spartan Polish Border Guard textures
- FSX/P3D Virtavia PB4Y Late/Post War Replacement Textures
- IRIS F16D Polish Air Force Nato Tiger Meet texture
- FSX/P3D Boeing 747-400F CargoLogicAir package
- FSX/P3D Embraer ERJ-135 FSX Native Contour Aviation Package
- FSX/P3D Airbus A321-200 Lufthansa Retro Livery package
- MSFS Default A320neo United Airlines Textures
- MSFS A320neo Alaska Airlines Textures
- A320NEO Multiple Liveries Pack
- Liveries – Clink’s Megapack V6.1 (70 Liveries) Updated Pack!
- A320neo Improved Aircraft
- DR400-140B Dauphin Aircraft
- F/A-18 for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Aircraft
More Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 mods are being added by the day, with committed community members creating some truly astounding content.
Of course, we also expect to see some official mods added in the future. Perhaps this is where the game’s marketplace will truly come to life, offering a variety of different expansions and other DLCs. These will likely be paid-for extras, expanding the game to include more aircraft and higher-quality areas of interest.
How to install mods in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020
- Find the mod you want to install.
- Download and extract the mod files.
- Read the “Readme” file for the instructions.
- Follow the instructions to install the mod.
To install mods in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, you’ll simply need to copy and paste the mod files into the specified folder. You will then overwrite the original content with the modded content.
We’d recommend making a backup of the original file, so you can quickly remove the mod.
You’ll find that most mods come with a “Readme” Notepad file included. These will give you specific instructions on what file to replace.
If you’re using a “repaint” mod to make aircraft look different, you’ll be swapping texture files. It might sound complicated, but follow the included instructions and you should be fine.
Again, we recommend backing up files before attempting any mods. It’s much easier to simply replace the affected game folder with a backed-up version, rather than having to download the entire game again. Just copy and paste the original game folder in a safe place.
Does Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 have Xbox One mods?
No, there aren’t yet any mods for Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox One.
However, with plans for an official marketplace that sells mods, it certainly seems likely that there will be a Microsoft Flight Simulator Xbox One mods release date at some stage.
As this game is likely to be supported for many years to come, mod support (both official and unofficial) is going to be a huge factor for longevity. Here’s hoping both PC and Xbox One players will be able to enjoy the same level of experience.
Stay tuned for more information as and when it becomes available. We’ll be sure to update this guide with new Flight Simulator 2020 mods as they become available.