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Approach check list too late

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Hello

 

I really really enjoy the new fs2crew, however, I always encounter one problem.

Approach checklist is started at Trans level right? Eham (schiphol) it is sometimes at 045 ft. This results in a very late command (talking about button control) to be able to lower the flaps, which usually is too late, cause I get past the up speed then already.

Is this my mistake, and if so, how can I fixit? Or a thing with the button control?.

Vkr

Victor

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AFAIK it's transition level or 10000ft, which ever comes first.  So, in your case, 10000 comes before the TL.

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Afaik?

Ow, FIRST? I thought remembering from the 737 it was which came last. But that explains alot. ;)

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A lot of that is airline specific... I don't think there's any hard or fast rule.

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A lot of that is airline specific... I don't think there's any hard or fast rule.

Ow. That makes it difficult for me/klm pilots.

Is there a way to change how fs2crew handles the sequence? Or just go with it?

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Is there a way to change how fs2crew handles the sequence? Or just go with it?

 

You can just go with it, or manually change the mode (as displayed via the FS2Crew main panel) via the arrow keys to skip/ change modes as desired.

Cheers,

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You can just go with it, or manually change the mode (as displayed via the FS2Crew main panel) via the arrow keys to skip/ change modes as desired.

Cheers,

but.. With voice mode I do have the freedom? Or is the flap 1 (down) comment really only after app checklist?

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but.. With voice mode I do have the freedom?

 

Voice is a lot more free, because it naturally allows for greater flexibility compared to button control, which has to follow a linear path.

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