Hi, I have installed Katania in Prepar3D v.3.1 (without Migration Tool). It seems to work so far exept the cockpit lights. The Instruments Light switch does not work properly as only the Garmin GPS is illuminated. Any idea?
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Hello again. Sorry it's been so long, but I haven't had much time for flying since last post. 170 people lost their lives today, as the Airbus Industrie A321 they were flying in crashed in a field just east of Dover (Delaware) Air Force Base. Preliminary reports indicate the aircraft fell from 15000 feet after running out of fuel. It appears the Captain declared an emergency, and was trying to land the now paperweight at Dover, when the crash occured. American Airlines Flight 2053 was en route to Philadelphia from Tampa.
So, here it is. I did the flight log thing that was suggested. I also have screenshots of some other interesting behavior. For the purpose of this "test" flight, I converted PFPX and AS Fuel Planner to use the Bus' default of KG instead of LBS, for consistency. As you can see, the PFPX log is still below what I get from ASFP, but not much, and I added to the fuel figures to make it match what ASFP was giving me for the flight. I know nothing's going to match perfect, but at least the fuel planner that came with the aircraft should be correct, and that is the issue. I still suspect fuel flow as the major contributing factor, though. I did take note of the fuel flow at one point, and it is notated on the OFP. At that point I had a tailwind of around 110, although it was more at a 45 from the left, but still a tail wind. It seems kind of high to me, 2700 Kg/HR, but even if that is correct, this was only 2 hrs flight time, and I should have only burned 5400, then. I did notice, it's a hog on climb, though. From takeoff to TOC, it ate through 3500 Kg. I also included at the end of the OFP, the fuel summary, with notation of what I got (and used) from the AS Planner. The PFPX aircraft profile was the A321 NEO available in the AS downloads section. Although, I'm thinking the sharklets are just visual eye candy, and that the flight model does not realize the actual flight dynamics. (Or does it?)
Oh, I also noticed the left engine FF is about 60Kg more than the right engine. Is that right?
As for the screens of the planner. Note the "Item Result" Column for Final Reserve when switched between Kgs and Lbs. For some reason it's adding to what you enter when in Lbs mode.
Thanks again for your time!
A bit ahead of schedule, although not as far as some (eh, Patrick?)
Leg 53 complete, Boeing Field Seattle KBFI to Vancouver CYVR
Nice views leaving Seattle
Nearly got wiped out by a 737 on approach, despite being cleared for landing by the tower. Near miss reported!
Safely down, but still shaking!
See you next time