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pbearsailor

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  1. I've had this behavior as well. It seems to be slightly less if the sim is paused before going to the map.
  2. Oh yes! Thanks for these two repaints Flightmaster2015! Hope you do more. cheers steve
  3. Thanks Michael and Aerosoft. A really great plane is now even better! ✈️ cheers, steve
  4. Going to make this already great plane even better! steve
  5. Autopilot popup would definitely be nice! steve
  6. Not a 50 but alway liked this scheme anyway. Thanks for all the great paints you have done, Tim! Really makes this fine plane so much better. Steve
  7. I'd love to see any of the many colored Braniff DC-8's. thanks, steve
  8. Thanks from me as well. I appreciate Aerosoft for its consistently good quality products that are always supported well. Thank you for the patient way you are able to deal with all of us who always want something just a little different than what we have. cheers, steve
  9. Hi Lars, I could have been clearer in that part of the pattern description at Pago. Mostly, the 10 PSI setting is to get you slowed down enough to get beyond flap limit speed. Probably by the time you've gone past abeam the numbers and have slowed and put down 10 degrees of flaps, you'll be at about the right spot to turn base. From that key position on base, you'd want to go to 20 degrees of flaps (or more if you're on a short runway) and make a judgment on power based on whether you're high or low. For sure, the point isn't to make it with 10 psi, and I wasn't clear in Jarn's magazine on that. Old school teaching tells you that the best approach and landing is one in which power is only reduced to land after that key spot on downwind, but life isn't often that perfect. You really want to be trying to be on a stable approach, on speed, with a descent rate of 500 or 600 fpm or so and I'd personally be watching speed and descent rate in my instrument scan and more likely setting power by sound. Hope that helps and thanks for the PM or I would have missed your post. cheers, steve
  10. Thanks Thomas and Mathijs. Can't fly without it! cheers, steve
  11. Outstanding job! My wife and I were fortunate enough to sail through these islands about 10 years ago on our sailboat. It's so cool to fly the Otter over so many of the places we anchored. Just had time to hop around just a bit, but great attention to detail: the buses, animated flagmen, the campfire at Huahine, those lovely terminal buildings. Only way you can make me happier about this area of the world will be if you do Samoa. cheers, steve
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