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Just took a glance at the eurowings website. It's changed a little, they've added some pics, and it says something about release under the dateline 30.06.02, but I can't read german to figure out what's going on. Anyone know german?Lobaeux

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Where in the PCAviator WEB site.Looked for it but nowhere to be found.Could you be more specific ?Would appreciate it!Edmundo Cardenas van Grieken/SVMICaracas, Venezuela

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I found it under upcoming releases or future releases. It's listed as "Commuter Planes" not Eurowings Professional. But, it's not out yet, on the EW website, I could make out the word "release" but couldn't tell what else it said. Here's the link: www.ew-projekt.de check it out, it's got great screenshots, can't wait for this product. Only wish it was going to be offered as a download, don't like having to wait for boxed versions ;-)lobaeux

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Thanks for dropping by Martin.I used Altavista's translation service to read the updated Project homepage - but I'm afraid it didn't do a very good job.Could you translate what is the current status of the project.ThanksRob

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Obviously, you'll get a lot of questions about when is it going to be released, so I won't even ask ;-)What I will ask is how detailed are the systems on the aircraft you've been a beta tester for. As detailed as PIC, PSS or somewhere in between? How is the flight modeling for the prop planes, MS doesn't seem to do a very good job with these, especially with an engine out scenario. I thought I read somewhere on the website that the FMC for each a/c is based on the Dreamfleet FMC. No problems with copyright, eh?Finally, you probably can't answer this one, but couldn't EP make this title available for download from their website instead of having to have a boxed version sent all the way from Europe. I looked at the price, which is a good price by the way, but the shipping costs are almost as much as the price for the software. I prefer download, as I get my greedy little hands on it just that much faster ;-)Thanks,Lobaeux

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I hope you're not asking me, because I'm in no way affilated with anyone.But I agree with you on the downloads- I ordered Abacus Corporate Pilot a few weeks ago, but it won't ship until next week, plus the time to get here!

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LOL, neither am I, unless I include my wife. Naw, I was asking Martin, the guy from Eurowings VA.Lobaeux

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I use Altavista all the time and never had problems interpreting results though I do agree translation is far from perfect. Maybe it is because of my european background though I don't speak German.They are saying they are 100% finished with the ATR, 99% with the BAe and some work remains on the Airbus.Michael J.

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OK guys, sorry for answering so late, I was busy during the weekend.First, to clear up the character of that package, you should know that Eurowings Professional is NOT intended to compete with dedicated aircraft addons like PSS A320 Pro or Dreamfleets B737-400. Eurowings Pro targets a broader market by including three completely different aircaft, together with sounds, panels and FMC systems. Furthermore, there will be a bunch of sceneries (Eurowings destinations) included in the package, a flight manager with real-world Eurowings flightplans, a fuel planning program and some other goodies. So the package will provide everything to start with commuter flying in central europe. The whole package is designed for FS2002 only.All Aircraft include flight dynamics designed by Alexander Metzger, and the panels feature the FMC from the Greatest Airliners: B737-400 package. Navgiation Data and flightplans can be shared. All Panels are designed by Marcel Felde with Gauges programmed by Hans Hartmann. The models include three different panel layout concepts, with a true analog panel that comes with the Bae146-200, a mixed analog/glass panel featured in the ATRs and a full glass panel in the Airbus A319.Now for the different elements:First we have the ATR-42/72 series, designed by Christoph Klose in FSDS. All different models are included with selected liveries, and they feature unique flight dynamics. As the ATR does

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Hallo Martin,that all sounds great but let me give you a more special question. I hope you can answer that one.I am using the the GoFlight controls. A lot of the more detailed add-ons cannot be controlled properly with them as a lot of the AP functions are modelled outside FS2002 and do not compute the data back to FS2002 (for readouts e.g.).How about Eurowings Pro? Will it be possible to control the panel surface by using FS keystrokes?Ich hoffe ich hab das in Englisch verst

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