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If you thought the HJet was good, watch this.. (AAU Preview)

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2 minutes ago, hangar said:

Just wondering here... anyone know if the TBM930 was worked on too (in any way other than the gps system)?

It has operable door functions added.


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1 minute ago, blueshark747 said:

It has operable door functions added.

ah ok, good to know... have you noticed if they improved the taxi/landing lights so they light up the tarmac better from cockpit view? I have to use a mod for this, currently.

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1 hour ago, blueshark747 said:

It has operable door functions added.

I think the other two (CJ4 and Longitude) don't have door animations yet. Hopefully they'll include the feature in the near future


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3 hours ago, edpatino said:

I'm not in the AAU1 beta, but for those who are in, how long do you think it'll take to have the official AAU1 finally released?.

From everything I have read it is due "this month", so unless MS decides to hold on for some reason you should be flying the AAU aircraft within a week. Matt@WT was saying he couldn't think of a reason to delay as recent as yesterday.

As a beta it has been incredibly stable since day 1.

 

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Simming since 747 on the Acorn Electron

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I have to check my Discord feed. Maybe there's a beta there for me to download. It's been a while since I last checked.

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3 hours ago, blueshark747 said:

It has operable door functions added.

It has had those since initial release!


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4 hours ago, blueshark747 said:

It has operable door functions added.

To open doors, or not to open doors, that is the question!

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Let's hope the upograded G3000 packages are released soon for the Vision and the HJet. After using the AAU1 avionics in the Longitude it's hard to go back to the original mods. 

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To help FPS, one thing I liked about my Kodiak is the ability to pull the fuse for the co-pilots PFD as I never need/use it anyway. I wish all developers would do this for any of the more sophisticated GA aircraft that tend to be a little more demanding on computer. I have the Vision Jet and Honda Jet, love them both!


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And to think we have two more of these AAUs coming this year in June and December outside of the SUs, can't get enough of them as WT's touch on anything always produces gold! Wondering if any of the default heavies like the 787 will be spruced up in the future ones.

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8 hours ago, blueshark747 said:

It has operable door functions added.

That makes it study level

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7 hours ago, edpatino said:

I think the other two (CJ4 and Longitude) don't have door animations yet. Hopefully they'll include the feature in the near future

As I've said before it should be a standard function on all default MSFS aircraft at this point.

 

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17 minutes ago, Sky_Pilot071 said:

I only fly the HJET these days so now it will go from awesome to more awesomer. 😆

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It's been shelved for the AAU Longitude at the moment, but I'll be glad to get her back with the new avionics....

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1 hour ago, Sky_Pilot071 said:

from awesome to more awesomer.

awesomerest!

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