Hi, I have made a new flight after installing the A318/319 and A320/321 fresh new.
This is a flight with a A320 from LFMN to LOWW with a desire FL of 350
I have a overspeed warning also...
I have some pictures made with snipping tool, hope you can get something with them
thanks in advance
Weaponeer and Dman,
You were both right. I made several steep dive bomb runs and as I came down on the target a cross appeared at the lower end of the fall line. I pickled as the cross fell on the target and got direct hits. Thanks for the advice.
So I have had several problems with the flaps on the A318-21, Firstly when I go to deploy the flaps they do not extend in increments but jump to full.
I was using my yoke so naturally assumed in was the button sensitivity but after investigating it does the exact same if I use F7 or click and drag the flaps, each time straight to full or to 1 pause for a fraction of a second then to full. I have tried setting them through FSUIPC but problem still exists.
Retracting them is not an issue and it does incrementally retract however when I retract from flaps 1, they show flaps 0 on the display but the slats are clearly still extended on the exterior and the display indicated this - see screenshot below.
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I worked at the construction side on the office building, was fun watching all the planes around that side of the airport, was mostly United, Delta, Jetairfly, Thomas Cook and so on, obviously Brussels Airlines too as they used the whole airport.
Yes, because the old one was horrible, buildings looked like defaults with everything very boxy and flat, textures were horrible, it was not nice. Oh and the old one was INCORRECT that is the biggest annoyance, for a "professional payware scenery." they put jetways on a building that wasn't even a terminal, it was an office building for airport staff. It has stands outside it, but it's not a terminal so no idea why DFS thought putting jetways was the right thing to do there has never been any.
This airport will be correct, that is what we want the most. So thank you for this amazing WIP airport!