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  1. Hi Mathijs, Welcome onboard to Juoka and Happy New Year to you, all the staff and all your beta testers!!! Best Regards Andrea Buono
  2. Hi Dave, Yes I know, but I was comparing also with FSX A320 Aerosoft edition (last version 1.3) unfortunately I forgot to take same pics I'll do that next time to compare both sims. Best Regards Andrea Buono
  3. Hi, Maybe it's for this (Vref slight low, and higher drag being in the "left side-first regime" of the speed/drag parabolic curve) that I've noted that with the last release also a/c drag dueing approach seems wrong (too high) with a CFM A320 in about ISA consition, 3° glide slope ILS, flaps full and weight about 63,5 tons I had 60% N1 and 1800 kg/h! While before that (ans also looking at RW videos etc) I had about 50-52% N1 and about 1000-100 kf/h fuel flow during approach... Best Regards Andrea Buono
  4. Hi Mathijs, I'm sure your hard-work it'll be a successfull one, as usual, so good luck to you and all your team... Best Regards Andrea Buono
  5. Hi, the same for me: EDDM RNP RWY 08L. RNAV (FINAL APP) doesn't follow the glide path.. Ciao Andrea Buono
  6. Hi, but starting by a "cold and dark situation" I've no problem ..i.e. with a cost index= 7 I got a cruise speed of 294 kias (I can't remember the mach n.) Best Regards Andrea Buono
  7. Mee too, my cruise (and climb speed) calculated by mcdu was 204 KIAS! (I selected 290 at cruise fl 210) and I've used a320 cfm and a "turnaround state" situation Ciao Andrea
  8. Hi, 2d panels, a realistic tekeoff performance tool, a simpler way to import wind data i.e. similar to ifly 737: there you needn't to create a "WXR file" etc.: their software can import directly the wind data from active sky also if your route (made by simbrief or pfpx) is naturally different from that made by active sky..also descent wind are directly read by AS., a feature (maybe is already implemented, I can't remember) for having a landing distance, during autobrake, according with rwy state (dry, wey, icing i.e. by using weather data taken by active sky to "approximately" define the
  9. Hi, me too: I've the some problems: all wiews are zoomable by using a318/319 but not zoomable by selection a320/321. I hope in near future to be able to use zoom feature also for my a320-321... Ciao Andrea Buono
  10. Hi Shaun. I will try a complete reinstall then! Thanks a lot Ciao Andrea
  11. Hi, just installed v. 1.21 troubles I discovered (but, apart load manager already present in version 1.20): load manager got a dry operating weight completely wrong being the real DOW of an A320 let's say from 42 to 44 tons (depends on airline specific equpment and seats configuation) the load manager giving 37400 kg (this issue had been corrected in version 1.20 but reappared in 1.21); engine parameters are completely wrong (like the previous editions): ground idle of CFM56 real Airbus (according to real A320 FCOM) should be: (sea level 1013 mb 15°C=ISA conditions and static): N1%=18-20
  12. Hi Mathijs, Anyway as soon as I'll have some ideas that maybe could helping you in make your airbus better I'll tell you. Best Regards Andrea
  13. Hi Mathijs, Anyway as soon as I'll have some ideas that maybe could helping you in make your airbus better I'll tell you. Best Regards Andrea
  14. Hi Mathijs, ...is exactly...the message I've seen and I was talking about....(sounds really good!) Some ideas...(keeping in my mind your goals and strategies)...let's me see...i.e. "tuning" the engine parameters trying to match them to real one by referring on fuel flow, EGT, N1 and N2... As soon as I'll have others suggestions I'd like to let you know.... Best Regards and Good Luck! Ciao Andrea
  15. What COULD make an advanced version a gold-mine nonetheless is a very good 'basic' version, like we have right now (well, almost: I am looking forward to v1.20). If this version really catches on, people might get interested in a more advanced version (even when they are not hardcore). Those 'new-basic-hardcore's-pilots' combined with the already existing hardcore group might be an interesting target group for Aerosoft. But I still don't think it will bring in as much money as this current version will do. Hi Jeroen, You're right: your analysis is very deep...for the reasons you're so well i
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