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About fgrivel

  • Birthday 12/03/1991

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    Delft, Netherlands
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  1. For those who prefer to use the AVSIM link, here you are: https://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=208978
  2. Hi all, I forgot to attach a readme so the file bounced back. It's being uploaded again to AVSIM as we speak. For those of you who would rather use it now, here's an external mirror. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sTGinCTibPmRPc6fUbTcFMDLuxDSc9Wf/view?usp=sharing Regards
  3. Submitted now! Expect to see it soon in the library!
  4. Hi all, I've made an Excel workbook that calculates the ZFW, ZFWCG, TOW, TOWCG, LDW, and LDW CG (all %MAC) and corresponds to the FMC-reported values of the PMDG 777-300ER. Weights in kilograms for now. Are there people interested in this? I've protected the Excel workbook so I'm comfortable sharing it. Frank Grivel
  5. I submitted a ticket a few hours ago for the same reason, and my license was reactivated not too long after. Quick customer service!
  6. The -200/ER is one of the most ubiquitous 777 variants. Many, many airlines still fly the -200/ER (think UAL, KLM, BAW, SIA, AAL, DAL, AFR, ANA, JAL, CPA, KAL, etc.) The -200/ER has 516 total airframes both flying and ordered (according to wikipedia), whereas the -200LR itself has "only" 57 frames flying and ordered. The -300/ER has 661 frames total, so I understand the demand for that airframe. I personally dislike the blended winglets on the -200LR/F and -300ER, and would be ecstatic to be able to fly the -200ER for my virtual airline.
  7. They've stated already that future projects are 3D only with the occasional 2D popup...
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