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AI landings in FS2004...

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Question for FS2k4 Beta testers...Do AI aircraft land correctly in FS2004 or do they fly into the runway like they did in FS2002. I think the default AI 737s had this more so versus the other birds.

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Something else to add....do they land in the touchdown zone now rather than right at the beginning of the runway?

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Good question. I don't know the answer to this question, but something I only discovered the other day is that the AI aircraft are pushed back from the gate know, at least that was was the MS site said

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>Good question. I don't know the answer to this question, but>something I only discovered the other day is that the AI>aircraft are pushed back from the gate know, at least that was>was the MS site saidCorrect. They also might have their navigation light on during night (to be more specific, 15 min before block off until 15 after block on).Rgds,http://www.flightfactory-simulations.com/i...enne_Banner.jpg

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>Do AI aircraft land correctly in FS2004 or do they fly into>the runway like they did in FS2002I think those were all former Navy pilots - err, "Aviators". :)

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The AI land way better than in FS 2002. I think their passengers actually walk away without back injuries now.Watch an MD80, or the Caravan Amphib grease one on. They flair perfectly. Then the spoilers and thrust reversers pop out. It

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