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PSS330-200: Anti-Ice for wings and engine modelled?

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Guest Skywalker

I often fly long hauls in real time. For obvious reasons I have to leave the cockpit for a couple of hours. When return back to the cockpit I start with the descent and finish the flight without a problem. Yesterday I did another long haul and noticed later in the logfile that the aircraft went into an A-Floor. I wonder, whether the colder season might have caused failures due to icing in the engines and on the wings, as I never observed such events during summer. Is icing modelled in FS9 or how can A-Floors be explained while enroute?Thanks for any advise!Sam

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