A question about the PA Airbus A319 Version 2. Is there any way to get the airplane to stop moving on the ground when the engines are at idle? I mean, other than constantly braking or using the parking brake? The A319, when fully prepped for a flight, accelerates rapidly with no engine input when taxiing (at idle). I tested this out to see how fast I could actually get without so much as touching the throttle, and I got up to 60 knots across the ground at idle. Is there a way to fix this without altering the flying ability of the airplane? It is a pure joy to fly, as are all the other Version 2 PA Airbuses. This the only one I have a problem with when taxiing, though. I looked up the forums on the Project Airbus site, and saw that other users had posted this same question, looking for advice on how to fix it. PA's advice was basically, "Fully load the airplane, and see what happens. Otherwise, this is how it handles in real life, so get used to it." I tried the fully loaded advice (fuel, pax, cargo), and it reduced the speed somewhat, but still was pretty uncontrollable on the ground. Not to mention the fabulous handling in the air. It felt like I was dragging an entire fleet of airplanes behind me. Just impossible to fly, and not realistic at all. Clearly not the answer. And, as far as "This is how the airplane handles in real life, get used to it", I cannot believe this to be true. I have flown on many an A319, and we certainly weren't taxiing at 60 knots, and the pilots certainly weren't toeing the brakes constantly to maintain control. So, what gives? I have used the PA A318, A320, A321 (once I learned how to step-climb; essential in this airplane, by the way), and A380, and none of them have this problem. So, how do I fix this, if at all? Or should I just "get used to it"?