Flight Attendants dressed in vintage uniforms, a visit from the flying DC-3 Flagship Detroit, and a celebratory luncheon with government and airport officials – it was all part of the commemoration of 75 years of service at Reagan National Airport (DCA) earlier this month. CEO Doug Parker and longest-serving flight attendant Bette Nash were among those participating in the festivities. Watch the video collection of highlights from the commemorative events.
(Source: American Airlines)
Sorry Sydney, I am not a video maker as it is too time consuming.
Anyway, perhaps you find all information here: http://www.avsim.com/topic/476438-do-you-install-your-addon-scenery-into-p3dv3-or-outside/
or here http://www.flytampa.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=7737
Bzgl. Deines Problems: mach doch bitte mal eine Reihe von Screenshots und poste sie hier (als .png oder .jpg Datei, bitte nicht als .bmp Datei):
Flugplan in der MCDU
PFD, ND und FCU von folgenden Momenten:
Vor dem Start
Bei erreichen von V1
Bei erreichen der Trust Reduciton Altitude (Thrust Level auf CLB)
Beim ignorieren des ersten Constraints
I have a stupid question:
In loadsheet manager, I put the temp, wind, cruise alt,etc. But I never touch the taxi time. Does this affect somehow the fuel remaining on board? I mean, sometimes I can taxi 2 minutes, sometimes 10 or 12 minutes depending of the gate. Of course the burning fuel on taxi is not the same. But how the manager know how much fuel for taxi I need, or how do I know how much time I burn fuel on the taxi. It depend even by the AI number of aircraft I have in front of me for takeoff. I mean I put let say a 5 min. Time for taxi, because my gate is half mile from rwy. But I have 5 aircraft in front of me for take off, so my time became 20 or 30 min. Do I risk to have low fuel msg? Or to avoid I have to put from the beginning an approximate time, just in case?
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