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Thank you Jacobus.  It looks good.


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Looks like a lot of work went into the guide.  Very nice thanks Jacobi’s!


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Great share, thanks. Love the study level energy drink!

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Yeah, Chuck has done a terrific job on his guides for multiple aircraft.

 


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This is a fantastic document. You obviously spent a lot of time on putting this together.

This document will help me understand what I didn't before. Congratulations and thank you very much for the time and effort you put into this.

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Thanks for sharing. A wonderful document. Well done!.

Cheers, Ed

 


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Reminds me of my Aerowinx 744 Pression Simulator manual from long ago (still have it) ....comprehensive! 

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Woah! Absolutely a must have document. Thanks for share.


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12 hours ago, pracines said:

Reminds me of my Aerowinx 744 Pression Simulator manual from long ago (still have it) ....comprehensive! 

Well, in fact it's different. This guide focuses a lot on the FMC flight preparation and I think by now it's quite clear to everybody how to setup the FMC. The 744 Precision Simulator manual also explained how the various systems work, thing that is not present in this guide and that is fundamental in understanding how the airplane works...

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8 hours ago, jgoggi said:

Well, in fact it's different. This guide focuses a lot on the FMC flight preparation and I think by now it's quite clear to everybody how to setup the FMC. The 744 Precision Simulator manual also explained how the various systems work, thing that is not present in this guide and that is fundamental in understanding how the airplane works...

That's why I said it reminds me

I did not say they were similar 

 

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