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  1. Keep in mind that weight is not a factor. What is a very important factor though is the wind! Try a tailwind of 50+ kts and see the difference.
  2. Except that the glide speed DOES depend on weight! ;-) The more you weight the higher your best glide speed and your vertical speed will be. What does not change though is the angle of descent. So, when you are more heavy you will cover the same distance but you will be on the ground sooner, so less time to freak out ;-) Regards, Daniel Verhaal
  3. You will certainly get 15 fps, maybe even 20.
  4. Thank you Andrea, it is exactly the amount the CAB/UTIL bus is using.Something learned today!Regards,
  5. looked it up:APU delivers 90kVA up to 37.000" which should be more than enough to supply power without load shedding.So why we see only 52Amp?
  6. In that case just check if controls are "free and easy". By the way, you can turn the option on in the PMDG menu.Best regards,
  7. Hi,I noticed something I can't explain. Hopefully someone here can! During normal operation the electric panel shows approximately 45Amps on both sides (both engines running, IFDG's feeding bus 1&2).But when I start the APU and using solely APU power for both buses it shows only something like 52Amps.So the question is: Where did ~38Amps go??I'm very curious for the answer!Best regards,
  8. I also have this issue sometimes. Set the FLT CONTROL B to standby rudder and than back to ON again. It helped in my case.Maybe it is worth sending a ticket.Regards,
  9. Hi,Since I have installed FlightSimulator on C:FSX (which is an SSD) but the programdata folder is on D: (which is an HDD) everytime I want to install scenery it will try to locate the scenery.cfg on my C: drive instead of my D: drive.Now I always have to manually add the scenery in FSX itself. Does anyone know how to solve this? It's getting very annoying!!Kind regards,DanielEdit: I have Windows 7 home 64bit
  10. I'm having some trouble with the yaw damper too time from time. What helped me was to turn the yaw damper off, then switch the FLT CONTROL B to OFF and than back to ON. After that the yaw damper will come on again. I think it is some kind of a little bug.Best regards
  11. The FLT CONTROL warning refers to the yaw damper so that one is correct.I have to admit that I'm having some trouble with the yaw damper too time from time. What helped me was to turn the yaw damper off, then switch the FLT CONTROL B to OFF and than back to ON. After that the yaw damper will come on again. I think it is some kind of a little bug.Best regards
  12. Good luck with your visuals when the weather is CATII/III (typical @ESSA this time of the year)
  13. I truly hope you are being sarcastic!
  14. I notifed this too. After SP1 also the COM's and IRS selectors are not saved. The developers are saying that it is very difficult to implement because of the complexity.So we have to live with it I guess.
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