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Read it and thank-you. Still need a cure for the B350. I have found that if you used the 'kingairall' version, it'll use empty a 3/4 full tank of fuel in about 1.15/30 minutes when flying between 230 and 260 knots. But I tried many loadout with the the Kingair1.0 and the Chris Low version and they don't use any fuel.

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I just got second thoughts and it was too late to edit my post. I was flying the Kingair 350 a lot in another fine simulator last fall, crossing all over Europe. I filled her up at Donegal, Ireland, criss-crossed Scotland and England and landed in Stavanger, Norway before refilling. A full tank will last for several legs and 3 - 6 hours. Thus, to make sure that it doesn't draw any fuel we ought to fly it for at least 2 hours. I'll do a flight from Seattle to San Francisco tomorrow. If that doesn't show any fuel consumption it should be fairly easy to increase the fuel scalar in the flight physics file.Hans Petter

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Hi together,OK - I sorted out now all needed datas of the KingAir 350 version 1.00 to look if there is something wrong.The developer for sure is in main parts Daniel Lindstr

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Ye Gods! Over 1200 litres in each tank? That might explain a few things! Guess everything is okay then. Re landing an the *new* ranger creek, the only way I thought feasable to landing the King Air would involve slinging an anvil out of the back just to get it to slow down in less than 5 miles! If you've got the SanFran scenerey, try landing at Bonny Doon Village with the king air.

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So what's up Daniel? Have you decided to focus on another sim or maybe you haven't got much spare time for any "diversions" these days ?Hans Petter

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