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Another post, but for someone who is used to steam workings of the J41 the 737 is a big step forward, getting used to it quite quickly though. I have a question regarding the Short Field Package. Namely, how does one use it? This may be an inane and silly question, but I would hugely appreciate some guidance. Also, are there any visual indicators (inside or out) as to whether it is "installed" on the aircraft? Thanks again Raffaele

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hi raffaele, do a search, this was asked already, and was explained by the developers but short answer, its not really something you just use, when selecting it, there are some changes made to the aircraft that reduce the landing/takeoff distance performance


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Ah I thought so, just wanted it confirmed. Managed to get the 737 into Guernsey of all places, albeit with a very light fuel load. As regards thrust I don't think so, you can select the N1 limits through the FMC, there's an option for "TO-B" mode which increases take off thrust to 27,000 pounds.

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Does anyone search the forums before posting new topics?? This topic has some good info on the Short Field Package...... http://forum.avsim.net/topic/342492-short-field-package/page__hl__short+field+package__fromsearch__1


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