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  1. Heres hoping! Was so excited to fly the NGXu until I realized I won't have my virtual copilot to boss around 😞
  2. I'm not sure, I just feel like the whole purpose of the Honeycomb project was to deliver quality flight controls at an affordable price. In my opinion, $999 for just a throttle setup (albeit a nice one) is not affordable for the average simmer, myself included.
  3. I know it's a long shot, but hoping for some sort of regional jet. An E170/175 would be amazing.
  4. Los Angeles, CA - Pacific Logistics has unveiled a new corporate livery on it's latest 747-400, N635PX. The new livery updates PacLog's previous all-blue scheme with a darker shade of blue covering the tail section, as well as a gray vertical stripe. PacLog's iconic wave logo still remains on the tail. "This livery might just seem like a cosmetic change," said CEO Andrew De Forest. "But it represents or dedication to staying modern and fresh." Officials have said that all but one of the company's current aircraft will be repainted in this scheme, the exception being N634PX, which currently wears an all-white scheme. We are currently hiring first officers and direct-entry captains for both our B747-400F and B777-200LRF fleet. Applicants desiring a direct-entry captain position must have previous verifiable type time. We currently support the PMDG 777-200LRF as well as the PMDG 747-400F (v2 and v3). Please visit https://flypaclog.com/careers to see a list of available openings. What We Offer - Seniority-based bidding Modern and sleek custom ACARS program Compatibility with major flight sim add-ons Realistic and extensive route network Custom documents such as checklists and SOPs Please feel free to take a look around our website and contact us with any questions you might have. Regards, Andrew De Forest adeforest@flypaclog.com https://www.flypaclog.com
  5. Sad there's no button control. Bought it without even checking (my mistake!). Hope to see button control in the future.
  6. Also FSUIPC has an option to simultaneously hold your middle mouse button down and enter pan view which is really handy (not sure if it's available in the unregistered version though).
  7. It's good, but my only gripe is the dated liveries/schedules. I get that development was focused on changing the way AI is injected, and they did a great job with that, but sometimes I'll be sitting at a busy airport and feel like I'm back in 2008. Also, I wish there was more cargo options out of the box.
  8. I've done that too, it's a lot of fun. On a side note, I'm in Ocean Beach. I get the same thing, but on the departure end of the runway :)
  9. I think his post might have been sarcastic
  10. I found that very odd too, and I'm still trying to figure out why.
  11. Hello all, I replaced my Thrustmaster T-flight HOTAS with a CH Products Eclipse Yoke and Logitech PRO Flight Throttle Quadrant. Before, when taxiing with the Thrustmaster throttle, I had to push the throttles up at around 29-30% N1 to get a 15-20kt steady taxi speed. Now, with the Logitech throttle, I need to keep the throttle almost at idle (between 21-23% N1) to taxi, which seems more realistic, but when even at those low settings taxi speed can quickly get up to around 30 kts if I stop paying attention for a few seconds. Can someone with a similar throttle setup explain their taxi technique to me? I feel like I'm riding the brakes too hard to maintain a steady taxi speed, and my throttle setting is either too high or too low. Thanks
  12. Hello, I recently bought and installed a CH Products Eclipse Yoke and a Logitech G Saitek PRO Flight Throttle Quadrant. I disabled the throttle/prop/mixture controls on the yoke so I could use the ones on the Saitek. Ever since installing this new hardware, whenever I call for engine start in the NGX using FS2Crew, the engine start procedure begins and the copilot immediately calls out "starter cut-out", instead of waiting for the starter to actually cut-out. I'm trying to figure out why this happens, and what hardware change could possibly be prompting it. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
  13. Toggle the traffic off by hitting CTRL+SHIFT+T, park at the gate you want, and optionally toggle the traffic back on by hitting CTRL+SHIFT+T again
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