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Aerosoft CRJ Available for P3D v5

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The Aerosoft CRJ is now available on the Aerosoft site.

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That's probably the next plane i would get.  happy with it?


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3 minutes ago, micstatic said:

That's probably the next plane i would get.  happy with it?

It's bad.


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really !!! what are you basing that on the professional version 


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It definitely still has issues though I can’t speak for the v5 version though. I would hope it has other improvements.

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17 minutes ago, Chapstick said:

It's bad.

Why? They just fixed a ton of things. The complaints on here have been nitpicking like it slightly overturns sometimes when intercepting a course...

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Is current version 2.2 ?

 


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27 minutes ago, NightOfDreams said:

 nitpicking like it slightly overturns sometimes when intercepting a course...

Slightly? I guess if the real plane would perform these, well, route intercepts, it would seriously raise some ATC eyebrows. 

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42 minutes ago, Chapstick said:

It's bad.

Are you referring to the CRJ X? If so, then yes, it is bad. Too many things wrong with it and I'm surprised Aerosoft still sells it.

CRJ Pro on the other hand is lightyears better with most of the X's stupidity fixed. Still has trouble with the AP turning to follow the flightplan, but it is better. I don't use the built in EFB so I won't comment on that.


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8 minutes ago, mikealpha said:

Slightly? I guess if the real plane would perform these, well, route intercepts, it would seriously raise some ATC eyebrows. 

Doesn't bother me in a simulation, though I'm pretty casual and there are lots of things I like about the plane. It is overpriced at $75? Probably.

I believe they listed this issue as fixed in today's update. 

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I have had it since it was released.   You will not find a better CRJ Model (Well this is the only one for P3D).   In all seriousness.  I have had no problems and just loaded it into my P3D v5 hanger.   If you knew the history between the different dev teams you would understand some of the comments.  Today it is a solid aircraft!

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I have to say, compared to the airbusses the CRJ actually feels like a decent product. Some failures, actual buttons that work, and a very nice handling, as soon as you understand the plane has no autothrottle and the engines are hairdryers. FMCs do the job, and I would prefer the efb of the CRJ 100% over the one of the A330.  Plus now they added trueglass and a really nice VC (they fixed the crts) In all honesty I'm not a huge fan of the AS airbusses, but I really like the CRJ; It's a good plane for starters imo for the price: Easy to use, you'll learn a lot out of its... interesting handling, and many carriers fly them both in europe and north america.

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Any decent tutorials available?

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16 minutes ago, kaha said:

Any decent tutorials available?

Karl

The CRJ X supplied a PDF tutorial which walks you through a flight from take off to landing. Very helpful. I just got the Professional today so not sure if there's one in the documentation, but I assume there is. 

The FMC is a little tricky at first but after a few flights it's like second nature. I made my own checklists based on the tutorial since there's are too generic.

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47 minutes ago, NightOfDreams said:

Doesn't bother me in a simulation, though I'm pretty casual and there are lots of things I like about the plane. It is overpriced at $75? Probably.

I believe they listed this issue as fixed in today's update. 

I did not see this listed, can anyone confirm?


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