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Anyone here flying Felis' AN-24 FSX conversion?

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I recently downloaded and installed Felis' Antonov AN-24RV and since then I am trying to get the hang out of its systems.

https://www.avsimrus.com/f/fsx-aircrafts-79/an-24rv-dlya-fsx-60784.html

At Sim Outhouse they have an english cockpit translation available:

http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/showthread.php/103846-New-FSX-Native-Complex-Aircraft-Antonov-An-24RV

unfortunately new users are not allowed to post over there, which is why I do it here:

- Does anyone know how to get the autopilot to work? It doesnt seem to change anything when being activated.

- Is trimming working for you?

- How to make the GPU truck disappear once I used it?

- The startup tutorials for the xplane version on youtube dont match with the behavior of the FSX plane, I still cant get the engines started without using ctrl + E.

So any experience on that bird? Visuals and sounds are already impressive. ;)

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