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  1. If you do, you certainly know Miles "Tails" Prower (better known as just Tails), the iconic blue blur's all-time bestie & sidekick. It's also no secret that the twin-tailed yellow / orange & white fox is particularly fond of engineering & flying ... Something all of us here are also fond of. I mean, how else can you love ✈ ? Per the biographical info that I could get of him, he loves airplanes too and has several aircraft iterations throughout the franchise's media. Out of this and the lock-downs giving me ample free time ... This idea crossed my mind - With his fondness of airplanes & several 'excursions' to the 'real world' (cue the relatively recently released movie - one of the final blockbusters before COVID-induced cinema closures, the Olympic-themed games also featuring one of Nintendo's most iconic franchises & the Sonic X TV series), what if he gets contracted by an airline & featured as part of decor for one of the things that he loves ? And so ... The concept was born, out of a hypothetical collaboration between SEGA and Scoot Airlines of Singapore, thanks to the latter's yellow & white livery. Here's my concept for it ... The concept I took on for this livery, with account to most Sonic games being known as high-speed platformers ("gotta go fast !"), was for Tails (and the iconic blue blur in some spots) exploring parts of Sonic stages (in this case, Chemical plant & Green Hill zones) blended in with some real-world landmarks of Scoot destinations (had there been no COVID-19, anyway). Because of the fictional nature of the livery, I decided to give it a fictional registration as well (9V-OJT) that still follows Scoot 787-9 registration format ... And T for Tails' initial. For aircraft name, I decided to settle on Tails' full name - Miles "Tails" Prower. Not a problem in my opinion due to the rather random nature of Scoot's 787-9 naming pattern (from Dream Start to Maju-Lah to Holiyear) As said before, Scoot's flights to Athens & Berlin have been suspended amid the pandemic. I decided to keep the featured landmarks of both cities however - the Brandenburg Gate / Berlin TV Tower and the Parthenon of Athens. In a way, i also feel like the buildings based on the Chemical Plant zone also resemble Honolulu ... Scoot used to fly there via Osaka. For this livery's inaugural "flight", I decided to do TR8 (based on real-world Scoot schedule, Singapore ✈ Perth) - at around 4 hours, the time fits my petty chaotic schedule amid online classes @ college. Don't get me wrong, I would've loved longer flights like to Osaka (and on to Honolulu - Scoot used to fly there not so long ago), Sydney or Shenyang 😛 Here are my shots of the livery concept all the way until landing at Perth (YPPH) - apologies for the extremely dark surroundings of Perth (probably caused by improper ORBX Australia installation or something, gotta check it out). Enjoy the twin-tailed friendly flyer ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Of course, whether this livery will get painted on a real-life plane ... That would be the realm of corporate talks between Scoot & SEGA - I merely built this livery as a concept since I see potential in such a livery. Scoot (as with many other airlines worldwide) is certainly facing a corporate storm inflicted by the notorious sub-microscopic entity wreaking the world in havoc ... Should Scoot survive the pandemic, perhaps they can consider a special livery or two to boost passenger numbers ? I am glad though for SEGA's relatively chill stance on fan-works - copyrights were a major concern when I first constructed this livery, even though I'm sure that technically my work as a whole still falls under fair use considering the scale of edits that I did throughout my work on this livery. I currently only painted this livery for QualityWings (since I lack the time), but should you want to reuse the paint on another model after I release this into the library, feel free !
  2. FS2Crew for the Quality Wings 787 has been released! If you've ever owned an FS2Crew before (which is everyone basically 🙂 ), use coupon code NEW787 to get 5 Euros off! Please taxi to our 787 product info page to download and purchase! This 787 version of FS2Crew supports FSX, P3D V4 and P3D V5! Important: You must have Service Pack 3 for the 787 from Quality Wings. Quality Wings released SP3 on May 20th, 2020. CHANGE LOG: To install: Login to your FS2Crew account, click "Completed Orders", re-download and re-install. You do not need to uninstall the previous version. There is no stand-alone updater! Version 1.2 (5 June 2020) New Config Options / Features / Fixes: Config option to have the FO press the "ND" button after checklist completion modified. Now the FO will press the ND and CDU buttons after the checklist is complete. This is to help people who would run the checklist in the CDUs, not the MFDs. Misc improvements. Version 1.1 (30 May 2020) New Config Options / Features / Fixes: FO will now attempt to blank the Electronic Checklist when the checklist is finished. He will press the "ND" button on the MCP. A new Config option is available for those who do not want the FO to press "ND" after the checklist has been completed. UK Voice Set completely reworked. UK Cabin PA prior to pushback no longer references a 747. Slight delay added between the FO's attempt to 'check' ECL checklist items to avoid missed items. Remember, do not move the mouse over the ECL when the FO is running the checklist as that can interfere with FS2Crew's attempt to 'tick' the checklist items. FA brings food/coffee to the cockpit (simulated of course 🙂 ) Door closing fixed when running pre-flight events. Cabin door L2 is used. Note: If you're running GSX and you don't want FS2Crew controlling the doors, a config option is available to disable FS2Crew door control. FS2Crew Jetway control now fixed. Extra 2 second pause after FO reads "Notes" in the Before Taxi checklist. Flaps 20 and 25 in the -8 Model fixed. Looping lights issue fixed if auto-light control selected for 18,000 or 10,000 feet. Button Control: Taxi and turnoff lights command fixed. If auto-light config option selection, FS2Crew will now skip over the "Lights Off" prompt in button control at 10,000 or 18,000 feet based on your config selection. Autopilot MCP commands for Speed, Heading and Altitude fixed if "CONFIG ALLOW MCP COMMANDS WITH AUTOPILOT ON" selected to off. New Config Option for VATSIM users: "ON-LINE ATC XPONDER". Set it to YES if using VATSIM. When set to Yes, the FO will turn on the transponder during the BEFORE START FLOW. After Landing, he will leave the transponder on. Button control: Flaps 15 was missing during the approach. It has now been added to the sequence. Gear down and Flaps 20 commands are now combined into a single command in Button Control. Voice control: For the autobrake challenge in the Descent Checklist, do not speak "Level" for the autobrake setting. Just say the value. Example: "Three". When FO presses buttons on the overhead, button sounds will now play. Checklist modified slightly to make them more Boeing standard. A few items are now automatically responded to by the FO since they fall under his area of responsibility. Tutorial and Main Ops Manuals updated to account for all changes above. Manuals are now at V1.1.
  3. Hello, I recently loaded the QW787 for the first time in a long time, and I have noticed that the instrument panel that displays engine data seems to have no font/text on it. For example, there are no numbers on the display. I know this might sound really stupid, so I apologize. There might be a mistake I;m making because I haven't flown the 787 in a long time. I cannot upload an image, because I do not have any image URLs, and AVSIM rejects every url I paste. I will describe it as best I can. So basically, there are no numbers on the engine display, the engines are off at the moment, and they should say 0.0, just there is nothing. No gear down, and all of the fuel indicators are completely blank, there are no numbers at all. If anyone doesn't understand what I'm saying, just ask and i'll clarify. Thanks
  4. Hi, I just purchased and downloaded the fs2crew files for the qw787 today. The installation took less than 10 seconds, and everything seemed normal. However, I cannot find the fs2crew 787 config manager anywhere on my PC, and the option to enable fs2crew is not showing up on the 787 FMC, what happened?
  5. I recently purchased the qualitywings 787 for p3d V4.5 but if i enable the autopilot the aircraft starts pitching up and down aggressively.
  6. As many know, Angle of Attack has been providing great training since the LevelD 767 and I have enjoyed and been greatly helped by their video programs like so many others. Now Angle of Attack is offering training by a real commercial pilot, for the recently released QualityWings 787 at a very good discount price. I know because I have all of their training programs and I believe this is the least that I have ever paid, even going as far back as the LevelD training program. Below, I would like to share the email that I received from Chris Palmer of Angle Of Attack Training: ------------------------------------------------- Angle Of Attack Training Sign Up for QualityWings 787 Training Sign Up for New Quality Wings 787 Training Fellow Aviators, As many of you know, a main part of our history here at Angle of Attack involves Flight Simulation Training. If you are a Flight Sim Enthusiast, this email is for you. It is our pleasure to announce training for the QualityWings 787. Jason Sokoloff of the AOA Team has put together this great training package to give all you 787 drivers training from the get-go. The 787 is a cutting edge piece of technology, and is much different than any other aircraft for which we've offered training in the past. For example, did you know that the 787 is a 'bleed-less' aircraft? That's right, no bleed air systems. Everything is electrical. That makes this aircraft, and this training, a unique look into the the future of commercial aviation. We've setup this training as a long, thorough, in-depth sequential flight, broken down into the phases of flight. This way you get information on how to operate the systems and fly the aircraft in each phase of flight. Here is the lesson breakdown: Lesson 1 -- 20:22 Lesson 2 -- 17:12 Lesson 3 -- 28:00 Lesson 4 -- 15:08 Lesson 5 -- 22:23 Lesson 6 -- 8:25 Lesson 7 -- 7:50 Lesson 8 -- 29:20 Lesson 9 -- 22:07 Introduction Cold & Dark Power-Up Preflight Part 1 Preflight Part 2 Pushback & Startup Takeoff Climb Descent Approach & Landing The introductory price is $18 USD. The cost will go up to $27 USDafter two weeks. All the material is instantly accessible through our online training website/portal. We wish you the best in your future flights in the QualityWings 787, and enjoy learning this aircraft through our training. Sincerely, The Angle of Attack Crew ------------------------------------------------------------------
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