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  1. Right now the majority of the work is to finish up the various service buildings scattered around the airport. Here's a few previews of some of them,
    14 points
  2. Wednesday, picture day! Anne was working on more textures. Jay is still working on the amphibian...
    12 points
  3. One of our next destinations for MSFS - Airport Memmingen (ICAO: EDJA) in the Swabia region of Bavaria.
    6 points
  4. As Otto wrote...... without help from Airbus a solid 350 (ro even a 380) is nearly impossible. We would need a pilot to fly all possible profiles to be able to build the tables we need. That does not mean it is impossible, it just means you get and add-on that is not based on predictable tables. And there are many add-ons sold that do not have that. Some are highly rated in the community. But we rather get the source correct.
    6 points
  5. Just wanted to say 'thanks' to all concerned with bringing us this great aircraft for MSFS. It's still early days for me and I'm a long way from mastering it but I have to say it's by far the best aircraft I've tried in MSFS. It handles so well and looks fantastic from every angle, inside and out. Above all I'm really impressed with how smooth it works, with little drain on my system resources and FPS. Excellent job! Well done and thank you Dave
    6 points
  6. @mich_er @jimsomThe lockups for both LIME and KBHM were caused because both approaches use DME arc transitions, and the DME arc functionality is broken in the current version. DME arcs have been fixed for the next update, and I have confirmed that both of these ILS approaches can be selected and flown with no problem in the current test version.
    5 points
  7. Hello ladies and gents of Aerosoft, Wondering if it's possible to get an update on the, uh, update... I see a high level of responsiveness from Aerosoft employees (and testers) saying "yep, your problem is known and will be in the next patch"...which is great, but keeping tabs on what is currently known/being tracked and when those will be addressed as a user is pretty difficult. Currently, I am mainly waiting for fixes related to the throttle (and engine spool) response, and a few other things (e.g. broken ETA in MCDU page). I know others are waitin
    4 points
  8. Before we start the weekend, here are a few rendering shots. The next screenshots should then be from the simulator 🤞 Nice weekend
    4 points
  9. Firstly, just want to state how much I love the 700/550, I have had an off and on relationship with flight simulating for some years but I have been absolutely obsessed with the crj since its release. I don't think I have been this enthralled with the simulation experience since I was introduced to FSX at 12 years old. I cannot wait for the crj 900/1000 release and am curious when we can expect to hear a status update about it and perhaps see some previews? I also apologize if this is not the appropriate forum for this inquiry. Again, thank you to the Aero
    4 points
  10. Let me add a quick comment.... Sales for the CRJ are crazy, we have not seen this in 15 years. We were expecting some serious sales but every estimate was blown away in the first 3 days. We could not be more happy. It is really like it is 2004 again.
    4 points
  11. You and I both, I thought it was strange that the preview section of the CRJ was closed when the 900/1000 is still planned for release, frankly I'm going to be as hyped for that as I was the 700/550! To quote Jaws...... well kind of my VA "is going to need a bigger boat!"
    4 points
  12. With flaps at 45, there is enough drag that reducing speed on approach would only require a slight reduction in power. Even in the flight regime where flight spoilers are approved for use, their main function is to reduce lift - not act as an “air brake”. Ideally, descents are done with the power levers at idle. In this scenario the only way to control airspeed is with pitch. If the aircraft is not descending fast enough, the only way to increase the descent rate (without spoilers) would be to pitch down farther, but that would have the unwanted side effect of causing airspeed to incr
    3 points
  13. Good day everyone. I recently bought the CRJ and I am really happy of the result. Thank you to the team for the work. I’m having trouble in flying the CRJ. Sorry in advance if the problem was already treated elsewhere. I tried to search a solution on the FAQ and forum but didn’t find anything at the moment. At cruise in navigation mod, following the flight plan's route when the plane meets a waypoint and change its trajectory, the angle of banking is not right as the aircraft keeps zigzagging before finding its right heading. FD / AP / NAV / ALT are on. I t
    3 points
  14. Hallo zusammen Heute machte ich einen Flug von Zürich nach London City mit der CRJ 700; war super und alles ruckfrei und smooth. Simbrief: LSZH VEBIT T51 LASUN UT10 RLP UL613 SOVAT EGLC. Landung auf dem RW27 via SOVAC1C and LAV1G, den Schluss dann von Hand, da leider das ILS beim CRJ 700 am Endanflug immer noch nicht richtig funktioniert. Bin mit der CRJ 700 sehr zufrieden (ausser, dass er keinen Autothrottel hat) und hoffe, dass die restlichen Bugs bald ausgebügelt sind; Aerosoft: super gemacht. Peter
    3 points
  15. The creator of AAO has helpfully added an update which includes instructions for a very hacky workaround while Asobo work on a fix should you wish to give it a go. https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/598916-aao-and-the-latest-msfs-wasm-module-trouble/page/2/#comments I can confirm that my CRJ bindings are back in action.
    3 points
  16. Release is more or less linked to some simupdates as we do need a better turbine and propeller model.
    3 points
  17. I am able to duplicate this problem. I flew YSSY CRAVN COOPA SANAD YBBN at FL330. Initial course from YSSY to CRAVN was 002 degrees with a left crosswind of 45 knots. Indeed, the aircraft was constantly hunting left and right trying to find a stable wind correction angle and failing to do so. The legs from CRAVN to COOPA to SANAD were chosen to move the course track from 002 to 318 degrees, and as soon as the aircraft turned to the new heading the aircraft found and held a constant wind correction with no oscillation at all. I definitely think this is induced by having
    3 points
  18. Hi guys, we were aware of the "issue" in beta testing already. Here is the deal: If you use a snow coverage of like 10-20cm you get a decent result. If it's higher you get the full coverage. MSFS calculates that based on the ground surface color. The darker it is the less snow it will have. That's why one apron part is not covered at all. 10cm 20cm We already discussed that with Asobo and they evaluate an SDK extension so we can take control over things like this. Now if that's a real showstopper to you we can generate dar
    3 points
  19. Thanks. Will make sure I press Enter on EFB keyboard hereafter. I also have noticed that it is important to get correct ZFW and a tip is to correct values in SimBrief profile. Make sure Passenger Weight is 206 lbs/93,5 kg (what the CRJ is using):
    3 points
  20. A350 and E190/195-E2 are two aircraft that many people want, they are extremely used today and no one has yet made one, personally I would sell my soul to buy if it were available, but the A330 will be on my list for sure
    3 points
  21. On the ground you can see the CRJs, but the fact that you don't see the CRJs in the air with the information in the nameplates is possibly due to the fact that various entries are completely missing in the aircraft.cfg of the CRJs. Example A320 neo: icao_type_designator = "A20N" icao_manufacturer = "AIRBUS" icao_model = "A-320neo" icao_engine_type = "Jet" icao_engine_count = 2 icao_WTC = "M" My request would be to add the six missing entries to the aircraft.cfg's of the CRJs. Examples: This entry is used by the nameplates: icao_type_de
    3 points
  22. My friends (and I mean that).... I am closing this topic because it is counterproductive and toxic. Most people just seem to add without reading. Even more just start to click up and down votes without reading (I seen somebody come online and giving 9 downvotes in the first 92 seconds he was online). Some of the comments here are simply not acceptable. If you want to discuss things with those words there are dozens of forums on the internet. I will not allow my developers to be ridiculed here. Let's get a few points straight): We absolutely agree that ILS following should
    3 points
  23. Anybody a suggestion for a skydiver version? I like this one.
    3 points
  24. It will be released with the next update.
    2 points
  25. Hi guys: just to inform you that some mapping summary function in form of a simple text file showing all mapped buttons will be coming with 2.2 .
    2 points
  26. X-Australia-Oceania ist nun von der Erzeugung her an die X-Europe 5.5 angepasst, außerdem werden in Australien und Neuseeland die jeweiligen Flaggen gezeigt: https://simheaven.com/updates-of-all-continental-packages/ Update 1.0.2 to 1.2 (248 MB) Full download (586 MB)
    2 points
  27. X-America ist nun von der Erzeugung her an die X-Europe 5.5 angepasst, außerdem werden in USA und Kanada die jeweiligen Flaggen gezeigt: https://simheaven.com/updates-of-all-continental-packages/ Update 1.0.3 to 1.2 (2.12 GB) Full download (5.48 GB)
    2 points
  28. Maybe we also need to discuss the issue here. I put a liitle more investigation into this. I can confirm that you can move the jetways at pos. 54, 55, 57 inside the control of SODE 1.7.1. But GSX will not work and shows the Gates within "customize airport positions" with /J instead /JS as with all the ones at Terminal B and C. I looked into file "EDDB_AFX-OP01-BER.bgl" and found the parkings (54, 55, 57) to be declared as type "Parking". Then I looked into the file "AJS_EDDB_SODE.XML" and found these parkings declared as type "GATE". After changing the
    2 points
  29. This is already on our bug tracker. You are correct that the external power avail light should illuminate with GPU applied, even with the battery switch off. Although in the real CRJ you can indeed apply external power without first turning on the battery, doing so is not recommended. There are multiple relays that close simultaneously in both the DC and AC electrical systems when the GPU power is applied without battery power, which can sometimes induce faults in various computers. Applying battery power first will close many of the DC relays before the external AC power is brought on
    2 points
  30. Well......my pc is 11 years old, i5 3.2ghz 1060 nvidia 6gb card and 16gb ram.....I it runs pretty smooth for me, I am amazed.....the fly by wire A320 and cj4 do not run smooth at all...its great!! Regards Paul egcc
    2 points
  31. Basic flap and minimum speed schedule: Flap 8 -> Flap 20 -> Gear Down, Flap 30 -> Flap 45 180kts min -> 170kts min -> 160kts min -> Vref For the OP, try not to drop below 160kts with flap 30 (yes, it is a real CRJ flap setting) as depending on weight and airport elevation, temperature etc, a speed of 145kts is basically Vref for that flap setting, and you could get on the wrong side of the drag curve quite easily.
    2 points
  32. Yes!!! It finally works! I deleted all yoke and throttle mappings except for throttle, flaps, gear and roll/pitch. Now I'm going to re-map every button and axis I need one by one to find the culprit. It wasn't the trim (I'd already deleted that one). I'll report back when I've found it. This was really driving me crazy.
    2 points
  33. Let me start by saying I am absolutely happy with your EDDH scenery. As a local I can say you have probably made the BEST addon scenery I ever had for a flight simulator in nearly 30 years. I absolutely love how you have modeled the terrain structure, as it seems every dent, every wall, every pond is where it is in the real thing. There's details I didn't know exist and i know the airport pretty well, from land- and airside. I love how you have recreated small details like e.g. the flying club on the Lufthansa base, or the Coffe-to-fly, the ringroad along Rwy33, Terminal interior and many more
    2 points
  34. Any news about when the next update might be release? I can't fly the CRJ since last update.
    2 points
  35. I do not believe that is actually true. If it would be an issue in the code EVERY users would see it and with a few tens of thousands of customers this forum would look rather different. We do not deny this happens on some systems (I now have a list of 21 users) but we simply have no explanation and are totally unable to recreate it. Of the 21 users two have re-installed the simulator (one including the OS) and ONLY installed the CRJ and that solved the issues for them. So we are rather sure the issue is not with the code. I understand that does not help you a lot but until we hav
    2 points
  36. Hans is still working on smoothing our the ILS. but the last update did not make his life easier.
    2 points
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  38. 2 points
  39. Gorgeous ! You are doing an incredible work. It's really hard to be patient. I can not wait for it !!!
    2 points
  40. I flew this approach and confirm that the aircraft turns the wrong direction for the teardrop entry to intercept the localizer, even though the turn is correctly depicted on the MFD. Reported to our bug tracker.
    2 points
  41. If you use AxisAndOhs plus the excellent templates and scripts by @FltsimFlyboyyour Alpha and Bravo will be fully functional. Well recommended. Just search this forum. Later: it's here
    2 points
  42. You're not wrong. There's an issue with the ILS. Specifically the glideslope. It's not affecting everyone but it's certainly affecting a lot of people. Here's a big thread on it. I'm confident Aerosoft will get it taken care of.
    2 points
  43. No it has nothing to do with the source of the data, it has to do with the fact C++ code runs in a sandbox and can't communicate. If an aircraft can get charts there is no technical reason why that would not be NavDataPro charts. more or less the same system and we galdly assist when asked.
    2 points
  44. With a procedure turn, the aircraft should have turned as depicted on the chart. I’ll try this approach and see what happens - it may be a bug.
    2 points
  45. Nobody talks about an A220. This aircraft is becoming very popular in real life.
    2 points
  46. I think the A330 would be the better choice, because we need longhaulers.
    2 points
  47. BTW Version 2.08 steht zum Download bereit... -B7 und L7 beleuchtet und befahrbar -E Beleuchtung und Markierung richtig -G Stands nun auch beleuchtet -India Stands immer noch falsch... Immerhin ein Schritt vorwärts.
    2 points
  48. We should have a solid schedule to share soon.
    2 points
  49. For those having issues with fluctuating N1 and poor throttle response, I am happy to report that this problem appears to have been definitively solved. Apparently the MSFS native throttle axis processing and the CRJ custom axis processing have been fighting each other. Best analogy I can think of is that it would be like when you lower the temperature on your home heater thermostat, and the moment you sit down, your wife gets up and puts it right back where it was. Rinse, lather, repeat... Hans has found a way to give the CRJ exclusive control of the throttle axes without in
    2 points


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