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Polo

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  1. I know, maybe you can found it in FCOM or other, but it's a fact, when you dial inadvertently a higher altitude, you only have a second for turning back to a lower or right altitude without change. Otherwise it's just right how does it works, with MCDU message ( NEW CRZ ALT FL XXX ) , etc, etc. Same as your video.
  2. You are wrong, That's the way it works in real life. So it's not a bug.
  3. More important than respecting humble and/or confused opinions, it is to remember the real topic which is: A brand new LUKLA for FSX !
  4. Nice topic and comments so far. Anyway, please bring this " playground " area to FSX, as it was originally conceived, you owe us that at least. :). Final 32 bit product or not, at the end , it's your call.
  5. No interphone calls , no interruptions are allowed at this time because you are in sterile cockpit, instead the cabin crew press a button sending a " CABIN READY " message to your ECAM MEMO , and this is it.
  6. IRL you don't need to add any value to VAPP , because Airbus has a wonderful function call it " GROUND SPEED MINI " when the aircraft flies an approach in managed speed. So is understandable if this function is not simulated you need to perform the addition manually.
  7. EFB Features: Charts (our Lufthansa charts and Navigraph) Calculations (take-off etc) Checklists Flows EFF
  8. ..... "We start with the A333 with RR engines but we might expand, nothing decided yet though, a full coverage of all possible models is not our goal.-" MK
  9. Airstick cockpit phd , it's a good option,. Looks close to real one and it's not so expensive. As required USB plug and play.
  10. It's not only an advise, it's part of SOP 's - In stabilized approach conditions, the flare height is approximately 30 ft: FLARE........................................................................................................................PERFORM Avoid flaring high. Refer to Ground Clearance Diagram. ATTITUDE...................................................................................................................MONITOR THRUST levers....................................................................................................................IDLE If autothrust is engaged, it automatically disconnects when the pilot sets both thrust levers to the IDLE detent. In manual landing conditions, the "RETARD" callout is triggered at 20 ft radio height, in order to remind the pilot to retard the thrust levers. My earlier comment was that the call out RETARD in autoland should be at 10'instead of 20' as in an Landing manual.
  11. During an autoland, "RETARD " auto callout should be at 10' RA BY FCOM AT 10 FT RA BOTH THRUST LEVERS...........................................................................................................IDLE Retard thrust levers at the "RETARD" autocallout. ------------------------------------------------- Maybe not related with your issue but noted.- <-----------------------
  12. I have no experience with the new airbus PRO version, however in the previous version ( 32-bit ) , you could remove the parking brake simply by pressing the brakes on the pedals, this is unquestionably unrealistic and often undesirable. I hope this, if still, is corrected in the A330.
  13. Hi Gaz, Have you been trying to keep pushing bright button (BRT) for a few seconds?
  14. The only limitation for APU start during refueling process is: APU START/SHUTDOWN DURING REFUELING/DEFUELING Applicable to: ALL During refuel/defuel procedures, APU starts or shutdown are permitted with the following restrictions: ‐ If the APU failed to start or following an automatic APU shutdown, do not start the APU ‐ If a fuel spill occurs, perform a normal APU shutdown.
  15. If both AC BUS 1 and AC BUS 2 are lost and the aircraft speed is above 100 kt, the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) extends automatically. However, in your case, I do not think it is a random failure, rather looks like a bug that was already reported earlier and more commonly in the PRO version for 64 bits
  16. Don't even mention it, and I'll tell you a little secret, too: Sometimes it also happens in real life, thank God, for the preflight radar check and check lists.
  17. 'Read the manual' 😁 Radar on/off switch is just above SYS word in your picture, move to the left (1) and also be sure about ND outer ring bright knob is in bright position . That's it.
  18. This is my personal record, it's not much but there is a photo to prove it, ( not the best quality BTW ).... LOL .... (A-320 CEO)
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