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  1. Thanks for the kind reply, Hans. For me I now have P3dV3.3.5 working so nicely that I'm quite happy with it. Other than around New York City & Washington with some payware scenery I very see see an OOM anymore. My current P3d installation is now well over 300 gigs which I have installed on a M.2 drive. All the best, Dave
  2. On one of your other threads, now closed to comment, you discussed products that will work on P3dV3.4 only and not earlier versions of P3dV3. Does this mean that the upcoming A330 and the new RJ will work only on P3dV3.4? The reason for my question am running 3.3.5 and stayed with it for a couple of reasons....it's running very well and there were all sorts of complaints about 3.4. I got tired of spending more time tweaking the FSX and now P3d sim to get it to work properly than actual time flying....and yes this means I am not the sharpest knife in the drawer when it comes to computers so it took me more time. As to whether I will upgrade to 3.4 in order to run your latest creations I haven't decided yet especially with P3dV4 allegedly on the horizon. I am a long time, satisfied Aerosoft customer. Dave
  3. EFB.......

    Here in Canada the Ipad using Foreflight is popular and can be approved for use in the cockpit by Transport Canada. It works well.

     

     One can use foreflight on their Ipad and with the use of an inexpensive program use it while flying on P3d. You can input the flight plan, watch your progress on the various maps including IFR or VFR maps, watch your progress on an instrument approach chart while flying the approach. It works well. Only negative aspect for some will be the cost of a Foreflight subscription and that the geographic areas covered in for flight is North America. I've been using it with P3d for some time and am completely happy with it.

     

    Dave

  4. A320 Updates

    Looking forward to them. Really like all the liveries that you make available especially those fictitious liveries for those airlines that don't operate the airbus in real life. Just great fun. As your airbus has worked so well over the years I haven't even bought the new one by the other producer. I'm fine waiting. Thanks. Dave
  5. Good day, I am unable to successfully process a pre-order on your site. Please advise. Dave
  6. How a Radial Engine Works

    I started my flying career in the 1970s on turbines. Approx 30 years later I got checked out on the canadair CL215 withR2800 supercharged engines. They were great.....beautiful sound,especially startup and compared to turbines there was an almost instant power response to throttle movement. I only spent a few summers on round engines but what a fond memory. There was the odd reliability issue but that was part of the deal. I enjoy spending time with the A2A B377 & Connie.
  7. New Airbus product question

    Thanks Frank. It's downloading now. Would you know where there's a description of the differences between the extended and this new one? Thanks, Dave
  8. New Airbus product question

    Pardon my rambling here but further reading on the upgrade procedure reference is made to upgrading from the Airbus Extended so from this I would take it that this is indeed the new one. Dave ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Updates / Discounts: If you own the Airbus X or Airbus X A320/A321 Extended you get the following discounts: Airbus X or Airbus X A320/A321 Extended (Download) = > Airbus A318/A319 & A320/A321 Bundle (Download): -50% Please enter the "old" serial code during the order process (above the selection of the payment method) Airbus X or Airbus X A320/A321 Extended (Box) = > Airbus A318/A319 & A320/A321 Bundle (Download): -50% Please enter the "old" serial code during the order process (above the selection of the payment method) Airbus X or Airbus X A320/A321Extended (Box) = > Airbus A318/A319 & A320/A321 Bundle (Box): -50% Read more under >> CD-Upgrade-Service << Further information about the upcoming Aerosoft Airbus projects and prices are available here. The Update prices are not available in combination with other discounts!
  9. New Airbus product question

    The manual download with the "new" one linked above is dated 07 April 2015..... I would have thought there'd be an updated manual. ??? Dave
  10. http://www.aerosoft.com/cgi-local/us/iboshop.cgi?showd,,D13235 Greetings, I may have missed something....but is this the new product or the existing airbus extended? Sorry if it's obvious to you but not to me.....age thing maybe LOL. Goes with my gray hair. If it is the new one I'll buy. Thank you. Dave
  11. The Aerosoft Airbus is a great creation. It's a perfect mixing of complexity and easiness to fly. I also really like the vast assortment of liveries available especially for those airlines that do not operate an airbus. There are quite a few airlines in Canada that are much smaller than the Air Canadas/Wesjets etc and to have the liveries available is simply fun. Thank you for this.
  12. I flew the Bombardier CL215 in the RW and to say the manual(s) could be better....well let's just say that would be being kind.
  13. Anchorage Update

    I would not be averse to paying for this. I don't expect anyone to work for free especially if it could be a big undertaking. It was/is a nice creation of yours in a beautiful part of the world to fly. Cheers.
  14. Monitor.....I have a Dell Ultrasharp 27" that I've had for years and still happy with size and quality. At the time it was not cheap but well worth it. Were I to replace it now I would consider one of the 34" curved displays.
  15. NUUK....Very nice. I used to fly over(myself in the real world) there in a king air many years ago. Another such as Sondrestrom would be very nice too and perhaps Iqaluit in Nunavut. Dave