MartinRex007

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  1. There is lot about this topic online, here is a good summary from Wired: https://www.wired.com/2015/05/possible-passengers-hack-commercial-aircraft/
  2. Hi Scott, very nice. I'll be downloading this as soon as it shows up in the library. Cheers Martin
  3. According to a news report a few years ago, Goggle "Avionics hacked" for full story. "A cybersecurity consultant told the FBI he hacked into computer systems aboard airliners up to 20 times and managed to control an aircraft engine during a flight, according to federal court documents."
  4. Nice, thanks to Marc for the repaints and thanks to Mgr for posting the link! Cheers Martin
  5. Nice video, thanks for posting! Cheers Martin
  6. Cool, glad you got it fixed! Cheers Martin
  7. Hi Scott, the empennage would also probably look good Red, with the horizontal stabilizer remaining black, I'm sure either way you do it, it will look great. Nice work! Cheers Martin
  8. Very Nice Scott, the Red really looks good on her. The black empennage looks pretty cool! Cheers Martin
  9. I would be interested in buying the Concorde, such a classic and with P3D v4x, it opens the door to add those mentioned features and not have to worry about VAS.
  10. The HDG should turn off and the NAV CAP change to NAV, try turning off the HDG and reset the Nav by turning it off then on again. You might want to send Mark an e-mail telling him what the issue is? From the picture it looks like you have things setup right, GPS, AP, CDI working. I'm not using 4.1 so something might of changed from earlier versions of P3D.
  11. Try it with just this: [GTN750.1] Radios=0 Autopilot=1 Mouse=1 Link CRS=1 Auto CRS=1 Fuel=1 Sound=1 Invert Mouse Wheel=0 Active Mouse=1 CPU Core=0 Play Click=1 Airplane=4 And make sure the AP switch on the lower panel is set to on? Martin
  12. What does your F1GTN.ini file look like? It's in your Learjet folder? It should look similar to this if running 1 GTN750: [GTN750.1] Radios=0 Autopilot=1 Mouse=1 Link CRS=1 Auto CRS=1 Fuel=1 Sound=1 Invert Mouse Wheel=0 Active Mouse=1 CPU Core=0 Play Click=1 Airplane=4
  13. Do you have the GTN set to Nav1?
  14. Might try reinstalling the driver for your joystick?
  15. Requirements in the US. 14 CFR 135.89 - Pilot requirements: Use of oxygen. (a)Unpressurized aircraft. Each pilot of an unpressurized aircraft shall use oxygen continuously when flying - (1) At altitudes above 10,000 feet through 12,000 feet MSL for that part of the flight at those altitudes that is of more than 30 minutes duration; and (2) Above 12,000 feet MSL. (b)Pressurized aircraft. (1) Whenever a pressurized aircraft is operated with the cabin pressure altitude more than 10,000 feet MSL, each pilot shall comply with paragraph (a) of this section. (2) Whenever a pressurized aircraft is operated at altitudes above 25,000 feet through 35,000 feet MSL, unless each pilot has an approved quick-donning type oxygen mask - (i) At least one pilot at the controls shall wear, secured and sealed, an oxygen mask that either supplies oxygen at all times or automatically supplies oxygen whenever the cabin pressure altitude exceeds 12,000 feet MSL; and (ii) During that flight, each other pilot on flight deck duty shall have an oxygen mask, connected to an oxygen supply, located so as to allow immediate placing of the mask on the pilot's face sealed and secured for use. (3) Whenever a pressurized aircraft is operated at altitudes above 35,000 feet MSL, at least one pilot at the controls shall wear, secured and sealed, an oxygen mask required by paragraph (b)(2)(i) of this section. (4) If one pilot leaves a pilot duty station of an aircraft when operating at altitudes above 25,000 feet MSL, the remaining pilot at the controls shall put on and use an approved oxygen mask until the other pilot returns to the pilot duty station of the aircraft.