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Vulcan

Help Needed , PLEASE!!!

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I just need to know which is the better heavyb airliner (773, 744, 734 or any airbus add on for FS2002 so far. I dont mind if its freewaare or Payware!!I fall in love with the Falcon 50 and now the deafault are boring.I'm looking for a detailed A/C (not the exterior, the Panel, overhead panel lots of systems simulated and most of all an aircraft that can be flown "by the numbers" (hate to see how the default climb out like an spaceship!!)Thanks in advance, I'm desperately needing it to complete my flight around the worl, and there are some trans-oceanic flights that I have to do.

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I would say that all the recent payware add-ons are good, but then they should be if you are paying for them :-)Probably the most complete is the 767 Pilot in Command published by Wilco, if it is still available. The original was for FS2000 but a patch was released for FS2002 and most people use the panel with a POSKY aircraft because the original 767PIC planes have poor frame rates in FS2k2. Visit the 767PIC forum to see what users think.The Dreamfleet 737 (available from Flight One)is also quite involved, again a FS2k release with a patch for FS2k2.PSS (Phoenix Simulation Software) released 2 great a/c for FS2k, the Boeing 777 & 747, not as complex as the 767PIC but still very nice. A patch for the 777 for FS2k2 has just been released, still waiting for the 747 patch.The recent Airbus released by PSS is something different to a Boeing so nice for another challenge, again not as complex as the 767PIC.I am sure there will be plenty of advice from freeware fans on which 'heavy' they prefer but AFAIK all freeware a/c use the default MS auto-pilot which may not be to your liking.You mention climbouts like a spaceship, don't forget if you have a lightly loaded 'heavy' with a light fuel load it too will climb at 4,000ft/m with ease :-)Hope this helps.

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