Jan Broe

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  1. Jan Broe

    Mega Airport Singapore X preview

    This seems to be one of the few airports in development where the title hasn't yet changed from "Mega Airport" to "Professional". Does that mean that a version for FSX is still planned? And seeing how all the way back in January you were awaiting the files from the developer, is there any progress to report?
  2. Jan Broe

    Köln/Bonn airport preview

    Well, then there's at least two of us Years ago I upgraded to FSX as soon as I got the chance. Then I sat around for looooong periods of time waiting for scenery to become available. This time I have decided to wait some time before moving onto P3D. (I guess all the people complaining in the Airbus thread about having made the sim update and now not having a decent aircraft available confirms that I made the right decision this time ) No more being first-mover for me! I've been flight simming for many years and I noticed that Aerosoft kept producing FS9 scenery long after that sim platform had been replaced by FSX. So I hope the same will be the case for FSX (although I do realize that the gap between FSX and P3Dv4 is much bigger!). All of this nonsense just to support your request for new FSX sceneries with a #MeToo! Keep 'em coming - my credit card is ready!
  3. Jan Broe

    Request an Train/Bus/Airport/Aircraft/Tool thread

    Thanks for your reply, Herman. I read the Preview threads on an almost daily basis, so I'm very familiar with Jo's Cologne-project. But I'm still surprised that with all the Norwegian airports published by Aerosoft over the years, Kristiansand has been ignored. Of the Norwegian airports not made yet, I believe that KRS is by far the biggest/busiest and also much bigger than some of the ones that have in fact been published (although I know that size in itself is not a deciding factor for Aerosoft). So basically I was just wondering if there were "external reasons" preventing this, like fx. the Johannesburg project where the airport authoritites would not allow access for a photoshoot. If there were simliar challenges at KRS, it would be pointless for me to sit around and patiently wait/hope for it to happen sooner or later...
  4. Jan Broe

    Request an Train/Bus/Airport/Aircraft/Tool thread

    Jo Erlend seems to have stopped working his way thru Norway's airports big and small. A shame, really, as KRS/ENCN Kristiansand is still missing. Is there any reason (that you can reveal here) for not making this part of Aerosoft's Norway portfolio? In terms of private sales, I'm sure it would sell just as good as Bergen, Trondheim, Tromsø etc...
  5. Anders, maybe - and it's pure speculation on my part, 'cos it wasn't me downvoting you - it was because you took it upon yourself to write a reply that in this person's opinion really should be coming from either Aerosoft staff or one of their moderators (and as you could see, moderator Tom A320 also replied just as quickly as you did!). /JB
  6. I'm with @helialpin on this one! If there is a standard already (and there is!), then there's no point in inventing another :-)
  7. @Roelio Correct. Your turn to post a picture now :-)
  8. Okay, here we go... My Cessna is a little outside the airport boundary this time, but well within the scenery package. But where?
  9. @A320neo777 you guessed the previous pic, so now it's your turn to post a pic for us to guess. If you're not interested in posting a pic, please let us know, so someone else can post one, and get this quiz running again. Thanks :-)
  10. Indeed :-) Your turn, @scotth6!
  11. Okay, I'll try to reinvigorate this thread. Where am I (about to land)?
  12. I agree! But Emi's statement was about the real life situation - hence my comment! :-)
  13. Not that I want to start a long discussion on this issue, which does not have much to do with the A330 preview, but in the interest of ensuring that Aerosoft's staff have an accurate perception of the world they're modelling: This statement is not correct. I've worked in EKCH TWR for 27 years now and in all that time we've had an Arrival ATIS on 122.750 MHz and a Departure ATIS on 122.850 MHz. And while I haven't done much checking on this subject with regards to other airports, I would be surprised if Copenhagen is unique in this field... Sorry, no annoying Tapatalk signature here...
  14. Jan Broe

    Request an Train/Bus/Airport/Aircraft/Tool thread

    When the FlyTampa Copenhagen scenery was released, the first set of AES data was not correct either. But an employee at the airport with access to the correct information got in touch with Oliver Parbst, and it was all rectified in the following release. I am sure that if you can get your hands on the correct information, Oliver would do the same for Brussels. Towing - at least as part of a "push back and pull forward" procedure is already available in AES. Again it's just a matter of informing Oliver Parbst if you find that it is missing at some gates.