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  1. I agree, but 46 will get you airborne in most cases before you run out of runway. So therefore we should use 46 - until Aerosoft releases a calculator.
  2. The dude said in the tutorial that 46 was the correct number for most of the departures in this aircraft. Since it is not developed a flex calc yet, we should use 46. Always.
  3. Hi Jo Erlend. I'm very curious if you are working on ENGM for MSFS? I really hope this will be released as a payware soon and I know that you have developed this payware for other sims back in time. 

    Best regards,

    Thomas

  4. And here, and I quote the more important thing: «In the real jet, in cruise from FL340-FL390 you will need 87-89% N1 and a fuel flow from about 1800GPH-1950GPH to maintain .78. It is very very sluggish at altitude, especially anything over FL360. Any small power changes can take 30 seconds to even see much of a change in airspeed. Not responsive at all. And to barber pole it up high would probably take everything it’s got.»
  5. I took a quick Google search and found something interesting which may be relevant for this issue: http://www.37000feet.com/report/1100427/Crj-700-captain-reports-his-aircraft-was-unable-to-reach-its-filed-cruise
  6. TOW of almost 30 tons is very heavy. IRL the CRJ would struggle past FL350 being so heavy.
  7. Oh. Found it in the "Instant downloads" page in my Aerosoft account.
  8. Where can I find the new installer?
  9. I also have the same problem. Is there a fix for this?
  10. SimBrief and CRJ are calculating different ZFW because SimBrief and CRJ use different passenger weight. I’m not sitting with sim now, but if I remember correctly SimBrief includes baggage in the passenger weight, but CRJ adds baggage weight on top of passenger weight - if that makes sense. Ex: if SimBrief passenger weight is 84 kg it actually is 69 kg passenger+ 15kg baggage. In CRJ 84 kg is only passenger weight and FMC adds another 15 kg ( I think) on top which results in 99 kg. This is why ZFW is much higher in FMC than OFP. What I did was to reduce passenger weight in SimBri
  11. You have to set squawk code in the FMC and not in the RTU, and the in game ATC should recognize it. It's a known bug.
  12. As I said - the CRJ worked fine with Bravo before WU4.. without needs of what you mention.
  13. Hi! I have checked FAQ and can't find answer on this issue. After WU 4 (France, BeNeLux) my altitude knob on my Honeycomb Bravo Throttle does not work on the CRJ. I also have problems with the heading bug as I can change heading, but the number on MFD screen does not appear when turning heading bug on the Bravo. This worked fine before the WU 4. I know there was the same problem after the release, but there was an update straight after which was related to this issue. I can't remember if it was an update from Aerosoft or Asobo that fixed this initially. .. But as I
  14. Think it has something to do with weight and balance. You set passenger, cargo and fuel according to SimBrief plan. But SimBrief and Aerosoft uses different weight on passengers so ZFW may be different in flightplan and plane. This may cause issues with CG and the plane will become unstable in flight. My solution was to set “correct” passenger weight in SimBrief fleet menu for CRJ - think it was 93 kg / 206 lbs if I remember correct - so ZFW is correct in FMC.
  15. I have activated Live Traffic in the menu, and I see other players and generics in the skies. But it doesn’t show in display. Is there some settings I have not done?
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