captain420

Shared cockpit really needs to be implemented

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Especially for study level planes such as PMDG 737, 777, 747... FSLabs A320, etc...

Since these planes are meant to be flied with a partner and not alone. It would make the experience much better. I really hope PMDG or FSLabs can  add this feature.

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1 hour ago, Lenny777 said:

Aerosoft are implementing it on their Airbuses.

and the CRJ, and the Leonardo Maddog X will be Shared Cockpit capable.

There is list of present and upcoming Shared Cockpit capable aircraft in the AVSIM Shared Cockpit forums.

 

Best wishes.

 

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Thanks, I'm aware of Aerosoft airbus having shared cockpit... but it's not quite study level for me. I was hoping to see it on PMDG and FSLabs planes.

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49 minutes ago, captain420 said:

Thanks, I'm aware of Aerosoft airbus having shared cockpit... but it's not quite study level for me. I was hoping to see it on PMDG and FSLabs planes.

Agreed... But the 777 for example is already a little boring to fly alone. So much automated that you don't have to do anything. What you want to do with a second person :D The Majestic Dash is also for shared cockpit and probably the plane where you need it the most :)

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3 hours ago, officercrockey said:

Agreed... But the 777 for example is already a little boring to fly alone. So much automated that you don't have to do anything. What you want to do with a second person :D 

While your point is absolutely correct and I agree, much of the joy of flight simming comes from a shared experience with an aircraft you and your buddy enjoy flying.  Long hauls with a buddy in a 777 would be  fantastic.  It also means you have someone to cover the ATC on VATSIM if you get called by your significant other to hammer a nail in the wall or for dinner, or if you just want to take a nap for an hour.  That is quite a realistic way to fly any long hauler.

If Sky Force is about to deliver what I understand it will, then you will both also experience exactly the same weather representation.

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