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ozgulkagan last won the day on November 27 2018

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  1. Correct me if I'm wrong but the aircraft states and other options are managed via MCDU 3, which can be called by clicking the top ellipses of MCDU1 and 2, or can be called by SHIFT + 4. There is no option menu for checklists, states, sounds etc in MCDU 1 or 2.
  2. I think it is by design. I cannot delete the discoutinuity, if it comes after MANUAL. My opinion: That means the pilot would select DIRECT to IAF/FAF when established on the manual heading and at the appropriate altitude. Meaning a vector is given by ATC at that point of the procedure. From another source: If there is a MANUAL entry before any DISCO - you need to clear that first - as this indicates that from that point you should get vectors according to the STAR/SID. You cannot clear a DISCO after a MANUAL entry, so first clear the MANUAL, and then the DISCO BTW I cannot clear the MANUAL either.
  3. Did you fly the tutorial flights? Possibly something is missing in you route or MCDU perf pages or even INIT page.
  4. Do you mean ALT + ENTER? You dont have to be doing that. P3Dv4 allows to fly in a screen mode that is both not dedicated fullscreen or windowed but something between. You can just alt+tab between charts, routes ETC. Don't use ALT + ENTER if you do. Just try ALT + TAB?
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    Maybe this? I think part of Airbus type exam, oral questions?
  6. Can you please provide route and sid / star details + VERSION like etc.
  7. Luis, in Airbus, if you PUSH an autopilot knob, that means you're pushing it towards the plane, meaning you're giving the plane authority to manage the according parameter (altitude, speed, heading etc). If you PULL it, that means you pull it toward yourself, so you are controlling that parameter. And... Always know your guidance. Means, you always check you PFD top bar to see which guidance system is active. There it writes OP DES, means you're in Open Descend mode. Tutorials explain it very well. My best.
  8. If your plane is really light and you use TOGA for takeoff, that seems normal I suppose. Most of the times I use Flaps 2 for takeoffs, and let the computers decide flex temp, use MAN FLEX for throttle setting and after takeoff, until the acceleration altitude (commonly 1500 feet AGL) I let the speed increase a bit and then set Flaps one. When I reach S speed, the caret gets pass it and accelerating, I retract flaps fully. I feel it is almost like the same in those videos. But I use random load for the aircraft. You need to be sure you're loading your passengers and cargo before takeoff. Tutorials are your best friend.
  9. Yes I had the same. FPM = 120, G component like 3.5 I wonder how that can be. Maybe a sudden drop after some float?
  10. Hello everyone. Is this a bug or is it normal. I can't be sure and would like to have an answer. Best regards. Kagan.
  11. Hello gentlemen. For night takeoffs, the attendatnt addresses the souls on board and announces that "light in the cabin are off and that's a standart procedure for night takeoffs". But when you go outside and take a look, the cabin lights are on. My best.
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