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  1. No, its not new. Its common since 2014. Some day they release something, but nobody knows what it will be: 777, a320, airport or a new unexpected product.
  2. It would be better to finish 777 program, especially ETOPS part.
  3. Always dreamed about 747 in the sim, I've been waiting for this addon since 2012. Since that time aircraft become obsolete, my feelings have cooled down, my love have been evaporated and substituted by beautiful 777.
  4. I'm sorry If my feedback looks negative, please forgive me for my russian mentality (we always criticize first). Also feedback should be left after watching the whole course, but I could not resist and wait for a month. I'm rather experienced simmer, so my comments is just a demand for new knowledges and small details explanation (like, how often a pilot of a big bird may be asked for LOC or Visual approach) I clearly understand that it is impossible to give equivalent value to every user and we all have different expectations. So, regarding ETOPS flights I just leave there my suggestions which I I'd like to know, If it not be in the video course I will be glad to read it here, on forum: crossing ETOPS segments: speed (constant?), altitude (constant? or changing procedure), how alternate airports are chosen (they are the same for any type of emergency or can differ?). Looking forward to the next clip !
  5. I want to express my impression. (May be when I finish 777 Cadet & Q400 FO my opinion will change, nevertheless.) What I assume from tutorial video: 1.) To know how airplanes are flying in real life. 2.) To get theory about airplanes and flights to save time on reading tons of documents. (I don't like AoA - as I don't like to see how they make mistakes in teaching video.) While I was watching Q400 Cadet training I met all these points. I read SOP of an airline and I glad to see how much information I already know thanks to your video (flaps speeds, standard procedures etc.). There are few things which were not covered, but It is impossible to show everything. While watching 777 video - I have a feeling of lack of info (why g/s capture at 170 kts, what are the speed flaps restrictions in what cases you can get LOC approach etc.). It is very interesting to see system redundancy, features, to master different approaches, but I feel that landing the plane is not enough for 40$ and over 20 hours of watching. First of all I expected to see long haul flights & ETOPS and I realy disappointed to see that it will be in another training in March, which I will buy for sure but feeling of overpricing raised inside me. As a little conclusion: I like what you do, I wish you to produce more interesting products, but not forget that some customers expect reasonable hours/knowledge ratio. P.S. think that your next course should be A320 as an airplane with absolutely different logic and until not so many years passed from the launch of addon.
  6. Yes, it is repeatable, every time I exit FSX - it crashes. It is not critical to me as It crashes after I finished any flights. I experimented a lot with fsx.cfg and your program settings as I tried to tune picture in FSX, may be I broke something. I don't know how to attach files to a message, so I loaded it to dropbox. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dbq2aibp7roxnnk/AABsufwAwFxYLlNWsNu5Fdg9a?dl=0
  7. Hello Steve, I have a crash on exit FSX. I know that this is known error, but I didn't find a special topic for it. Will be waiting for solution. DX fixer v3.2, cloud shadows v1.4. Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: fsx.exe Application Version: 10.0.61637.0 Application Timestamp: 46fadb14 Fault Module Name: dx10fixerlib.DLL Fault Module Version: 0.0.0.0 Fault Module Timestamp: 586df69f Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 00002e1e OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.48 Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: 0a9e Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789 Additional Information 3: 0a9e Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
  8. Am I right that there is no release of 777 cadet yet ?
  9. In Airline2Sim video the consultative pilot said that according to his company the final reserve fuel always should be 920 kilo. To my, simming opinion, it is quite a huge amount of fuel. For a 1 - 1,5 hours route, about 30% of fuel is a final reserve in spite of the fact that alternative airport also included in a plan. And with maximum commercial load (78 passengers + 13 kilo luggage per passenger) ZFW is 25,5 K => take off mass is always near maximum restriction (29K). So I always wanted to ask how it is in other airlines? Do they have the same constant final reserve or it could be variable according to calculations like simming fuel planners provides? In op.manual it is said that if you plan landing with bleeds ON you should set landing altitude on a pressurization panel +500ft, but pilot flying never do it in Airline2Sim video. Is it also a variable point which is not so important and can differ from company to company?
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