I heard something on this site( http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=87763
) That they included a a380 or a b787. Is it true ? this is what they said:
Meet the fleet
An Aladdin's alcove of new aircraft, missions, scenery areas, and experiences, Acceleration immediately stands-out in the crowded world of FS add-ons thanks to its size and eclecticism. Most of the packs produced by publishers such as Just Flight, Aerosoft, and Flight 1 contain one plane type only. This one boasts three high quality machines that couldn't be more different. For flying incredibly fast you've got a remarkably detailed F/A-18 Hornet strike-fighter. For flying incredibly slowly you've got a versatile EH101 whirlybird, and for flying incredibly stylishly there's a gorgeous P-51 Mustang (de-gunned, sadly). Had ACES been generous enough to include an A380 or a 787 then just about every element of their customer base would have been catered for.
Use large flat-decked ships to catch falling planes! (Actual mission premise may differ)
The Hornet is my pick of the new flyables. While it doesn't come with wings festooned with working Sidewinders and Mavericks, it does go like supersonic shingle off a shovel, and feature a surprisingly functional virtual cockpit. Tinker with the myriad switches and MFDs and you'll discover amongst other things, a sophisticated autopilot, a working radar (with ability to lock-up targets and adjust scan parameters) and the button that lower the all-important tail hook. Even if you've remembered to deploy the latter device, landing the F/A-18 on Acceleration's carrier is a nerve-shredding experience. So far most of my attempts have ended up looking more like this than this. Maybe it's a good thing that the devs haven't modelled parked planes or deck