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Anyone happen to have a profile for the Flysimware Learjet 35A? There used to be one, but none of the links (on the avsim forum) seem to work anymore.

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On 13.03.2017 at 7:53 PM, inlovewithBoeing said:

this is suitable for FS labs a320x cfm,this version of the standard small sharklets,this is not considered sharklets? use only version non-sharklets?

and who can share the Twin Otter x profile?

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On 11/1/2017 at 4:43 AM, Arrons747 said:

I have an old SIA 2014 A380 Flight Plans if anyone would like it, to make a OFP for SQ? 

I have already created an OFP Template for SQC, so editing one for SQ will be easy, I will get the template(s) (in addition to several others I have been busy with) sent to those that need them in due course.

 

Stephen Bell

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On 02/08/2017 at 12:46 PM, Tom A320 said:

 

 

Indeed, they are included in the setup. Just copy the both files from this folder:

  • Sim Base Folder\[Ecosystem\]Aerosoft\Digital Aviation CRJ\PFPX\

into this folder:

  • C:\Users\Public\Documents\PFPX Data\AircraftTypes\

That's just what I've bee searching for. Thaks a million. It does beg the question, though; using the template is one thing, but it seems to be superfluous if you have no-where to export the flight plans after? The CRJ already has a number of flight plans pre-installed in the Documents/Aerosoft/Digital Aviation CRJ/FlightPlans folder, and in .flp format. I'd really like to see PFPX integration, and I wonder what program the pre-installed plans were built from. Maybe you know?

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5 minutes ago, Ocelotfr said:

That's just what I've bee searching for. Thaks a million. It does beg the question, though; using the template is one thing, but it seems to be superfluous if you have no-where to export the flight plans after? The CRJ already has a number of flight plans pre-installed in the Documents/Aerosoft/Digital Aviation CRJ/FlightPlans folder, and in .flp format. I'd really like to see PFPX integration, and I wonder what program the pre-installed plans were built from. Maybe you know?

I just wanted to say that I have Flight Sim Commander 9 in addition to PFPX, but I don't like it much and it's currently uninstalled.

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anybody with access to a decent DC-10 profile for PFPX , send please

 

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Swap777,

 

Jon published one a while ago i do not know if still available on his page but it was great.

 

Phil

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Is it possible to make an American Airlines 777-200ER (N768AA) with RR Trent 800 engines? The one in the Airline Performance page is with the PW4090 engines. I'm looking for the one with the RR Trent 800.

 

Thank you,

Pablo Vazquez

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13 hours ago, Pvazquez said:

Is it possible to make an American Airlines 777-200ER (N768AA) with RR Trent 800 engines? The one in the Airline Performance page is with the PW4090 engines. I'm looking for the one with the RR Trent 800.

 

Thank you,

Pablo Vazquez

 

Hi Pablo,

When I did the files on airlinerperformance they were based upon the flight models from the various developers, which are normally specific to one engine type, rather than the visual models which probably do cover all the engine manufacturers. To my mind there is no point in making a file for Roller engines if the flightmodel is based upon Pratts - I'd just wind up with a load of complaints about how my file differed from the sim (maybe there's a poll to be had there - how many simmers actually compare time and fuel used versus plan, and how many simmers actually use an OFP as it is used in the real world?).

 

Which 777 are you flying and I'll take a look again? From my very limited experience RR engines burn about 3% more than their PW equivalents and are heavier, but again if it's a PW-based flight model.....In such a case changing the aircraft details is a suitable way of covering different variants in the sim.

 

To answer some other earlier posts:

 

On the DC-10 I'll upload my old files, but I was also most ways through a new version with many more cruise speed schedules - will see about finishing that sometime.

There is a Twin Otter file up on www.airlinerperformance.net

 

Cheers

Jon

 

 

 

 

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On 3/20/2018 at 9:48 PM, Pvazquez said:

Is it possible to make an American Airlines 777-200ER (N768AA) with RR Trent 800 engines? The one in the Airline Performance page is with the PW4090 engines. I'm looking for the one with the RR Trent 800.

 

Thank you,

Pablo Vazquez

Hello, Pablo.

 

Yes, please see here:

 

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Hi everybody,

 

do anybody know where I can get the template for PFPX for the new Aerosoft DC-8?

 

Thanks a lot and many greets to everybody!

Bob

 

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Hi Jon,

 

I'm not seeing a profile for the DC-10 on your site. Are you sure you uploaded it?

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