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Airbus X A320/321: Navigation

ADIRS, GPWS, RAAS, Radio Navigation

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    • What is Connected Flight Deck? Connected Flight Deck (also known as CFD) allows you to fly your aircraft as part of a crew. You can have the role of the Captain, the First Officer or Observer. Why we feel Connected Flight Deck is important Simple put, because flying an airliner on your own is silly, unrealistic and illegal. Now pilot would even dream about it.  Flying a big aircraft is a team effort and the crew coordination is a very important part of piloting. Just like many pilots took the step to fly online with real ATC, it’s now time for the next step and fly as a crew. Of course, it is also much more fun. So how does it work? The Captain sets up the flight, the First Officer (and/or Observers) connect to the same session and you are done. That’s ALL done inside the simulator. Observers? Yes, you can sit at your computer, running the P3D and join a flight. It’s like watching a Twitch stream on steroids as you are inside the cockpit, can pan around, see the outside view, whatever. You can also talk to the crew, you just can’t use any of the controls.  This is also ideal if you want to teach people. Or be the instructor. Or find 200 other people and pretend to be the passengers. Is it complex to set up? With the previous version that used a peer to peer protocol connecting the two computers was complex and we always got the same problems. :This stuff always means opening ports in the router, making new rules in the firewall, typing in IP numbers etc. Complex and not for beginners. Always fails.“ Well, not anymore, our server-based system should avoid this for 99% of people. As it uses the same protocols as a standard website, the fact you can read this mean that you can connect.
    • Hallo Vollgas,   sieh mal in den Einstellungen bei OPTIONS/AVIONICS nach, ob bei Dir PIP FMC aktiviert ist. Dann sollte das automatische Berechnen von V1,  VR  und V2  funktionieren.   Gruß Reiner      
    • Hallo Zusammen,    Hab die neue Version vom FF575 ...19 gestern installiert und vermisse im FMC das automatische Berechnen V1 VR und V2.   Muss ich vielleicht etwas vorher konfigurieren?    Viele Grüße Vollgas   
    • Have you tryed to load first a default Aircraft and then switch to the CRJ´s?
    • It will but you will need to be very cautious with graphical settings. Very.
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