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  1. Even if systems are extremely reliable, there is still a little history of bird strikes.... But you are right, I (and maybe others) would be interested to have this one for a little bit of self practice at home in a relaxed environment... I understand however that outside of the scope of your targeted customer and may be a niche market not really worth spending developing time. I would already be happy enough with a good and realistic MCDU and autopilot modes as well as your immersion items for a bit of fun. Cheers!
  2. I know it is not the purpose of Aerosoft to model emergency I understand and support this, however if you guys ever choose to model one, I would really like to have the engine failure after V1. Just saying...
  3. Hi Mathis I think you misunderstood my post or perhaps I was not very clear. I fully support documents between the throttle and even more the coffee cup with the newspaper which is the next thing to happen after you reach the cruise level! These are great ideas of little things to add to make the cockpit more lively. A few posts up I already gave you a big thumbs up. So you have my full support for this again. What I didn't support however is thing that would make the flight deck look dirty: trash, crumbs, stains, mars bar wrapper on the floor... Thats is what I meant, sorry if it wasn't very clear in the first place. Keep up the good work with these immersion features!
  4. Inmersion stuff yes, worn out parts ok, but dirt and trash and crumbs no please!! i am sad to see that some colleagues have no manners but I am sure this is not the majority! I never found a cockpit in the state you describe and I only fly long haul on 330 and 350. And part of our job is to keep things tidy and clean enough because it's better to work in a neat environment and out of consideration for the next crew. also the cleaning crew comes with a vacuum cleaner during the turnaround... We we are going back to the coffee stains on the pedestal argument.... Aerosoft don't make this 330 a flying garbage!!
  5. Agreed, you really don't hear much... Just the weird sound from the electrical appliances of the front galley behind the bulkhead when it is powering up that's pretty much it for me. And this one doesn't need to be simulated really....
  6. PA in use is indeed a customer option as omera60 showed. It is available in flight phases 1,2,8,12,13. For your immersion considerations it gives you awareness of what is happening at the back (the FA are doing their job in the cabin). You would see it on the ground when the FA give the welcome PA (sometimes annoying the captain who wants to make his welcome PA but the PA is already in use and he has to wait...) and during taxi (safety instructions). I believe customers would use the seatbelt option more than once especially those flying with ASN or other weather engines whenever they encounter turbulence in the cruise. It actually makes you want to use the seatbelt sign more often since you know it does something. It also gives you a few more things to do in the cruise: The sequence we do it in real life is (in my company): turbulence, seatbelt sign on, start the timer, listen that the crew is making the PA (gives awareness that they start checking the cabin and responded to the seatbelt sign being on), after 3-5 minutes expect a Cabin call saying the cabin is secure. I would leave the timer running to remind me the seat belts sign is on and know for how long it is on... If you leave it too long for no reason (because you forgot!) you can expect another cabin call where they would politely ask how much longer the turbulence is going to last... (You are delaying the service and the pax need to go to the bathroom haha!) note: the cabin crew cannot normally serve hot drinks while the seatbelt sign is on, so the player would have to wait if he wants to enjoy his coffee while reading the newspaper....
  7. One thing you could also do for immersion during the cruise phase: when switching ON the seatbelt sign, a PA IN USE ecam memo appears. Then if you press and release the PA reception knob on the Audio Control Panel you would hear the flight attendant's PA "ladies and gentleman, please observe the seatbelt sign is on......." Just and idea...
  8. Guys big thumbs up for your immersion stuff!!! I couldn't stop laughing when I saw that piece of "company approved reading material" with the coffee on the side, very realistic!!
  9. I am pleased to read that we will have an accurate MCDU!! in the features not to forget I would like to see in the CLB phase the D1/D2 derated thrust and a working selected speed for departure. Some how this feature is available in the 320 but not working properly at all. have you guys thought about the FIX INFO to enable a waypoint/ pilot stored waypoint to be displayed on the ND with "abeam" or inserted in the flight plan? this feature is very useful for Etops sectors or for flights to an isolated airport where you would have a Point of No Return. You would create a pilot stored waypoint from the lat/long coordinates of the Etops critical point or the PNR on your flight plan. Then you would use the FIX INF Abeam or Insert in fpl options to have these waypoints displayed on your ND and on the MCDU and help you make the decision to continue or divert. For example if the fuel prediction at the PNR on the MCDU is below the fuel quantity on your flight plan you would not continue...
  10. I am pleased to read that we will have an accurate MCDU!! in the features not to forget I would like to see in the CLB phase the D1/D2 derated thrust and a working selected speed for departure. Some how this feature is available in the 320 but not working properly at all. have you guys thought about the FIX INFO to enable a waypoint/ pilot stored waypoint to be displayed on the ND with "abeam" or inserted in the flight plan? this feature is very useful for Etops sectors or for flights to an isolated airport where you would have a Point of No Return. You would create a pilot stored waypoint from the lat/long coordinates of the Etops critical point or the PNR on your flight plan. Then you would use the FIX INF Abeam or Insert in fpl options to have these waypoints displayed on your ND and on the MCDU and help you make the decision to continue or divert. For example if the fuel prediction at the PNR on the MCDU is below the fuel quantity on your flight plan you would not continue...
  11. Thanks Stefan for taking into account what I was trying to explain. That little panel is the Satcom, I agree it is worn out. And I am not saying that this 21 year old aircraft looks factory new, but it doesn't have the feel of dirty. I am ok with used and a bit worn out. I am just trying to help having a cockpit close to an aircraft on the line, not too new but not too old and with an pleasing atmosphere. I just took this picture with an IPad that's why it's not such a good quality and I never say you need to replicate. I am just saying old is ok but it can be old and neat too. Two more things: 1- Thanks for taking my remarks into account. 2- no need to be sarcastic/aggressive to people who are your long time customers and will buy this awesome product. We are just trying to bring in an opinion and maybe a little help. Best regards to all!
  12. I am not familiar with forum tools, but one of my post was deleted without explanation and text replaced. To answer your question, I define dirt dirt as the stain on the pedestal, next to the park brake, the printer, on the MCDU keys, as well as the traces around the push buttons and knobs on the FCU. The wear out are quite exaggerated. for example the attached picture. This flight deck is 21 years old and you can't see any traces described above and visible on the A330:
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