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  1. ICAO: EETN NAME: Tallinn X TYPE: Payware FS: FS9/FSX DESIGNER: Drzewiecki Design LINK: http://secure.simmarket.com/drzewiecki-design-eetn-tallinn-x-fsx-p3d.phtml AES 2.39
  2. 3 different airports in one single package: New York Airports ICAO: KJFK NAME: John F. Kennedy International Airport ICAO: KEWR NAME: Newark Liberty International Airport ICAO: KLGA NAME: La Guardia Airport TYPE: Payware FS: FSX, P3Dv1, P3Dv2 DESIGNER: Drzewiecki Design LINK: http://secure.simmarket.com/drzewiecki-design-new-york-airports-fsx-p3d.phtml
  3. ICAO: KLIT NAME: Little Rock TYPE: Payware FS: FSX DESIGNER: JetStream Designs LINK: http://secure.simmarket.com/jetstream-designs-little-rock-national-airport-2014-for-fsx.phtml AES 2.35
  4. I do not have time to put on something more difficult right now, so something that should be fairly easy: Where have I just landed?
  5. I've done about 30 flights so far with the PMDG T7. The aircraft has very powerful engines (and so thrust-reversers as well). What I've found out is that even close to MLW (for example not more than 10 tonnes below it), I can land easily at runways with length: - down to 1900m with autobrakes 1 (tested with Bremen) - down to 1700m (and less perhaps) with autobrakes 2 (tested with Dortmund) In future flights, I will attempt to push it even further (go below 1500m). Now, for take-offs, the only limited one I've done was at Skiathos. I had maximum payload (that is maximum ZFW) and about 26 tonnes of fuel. I deactivated all engine derates and held the brakes until engines stabilized at 100% TO/GA thrust. At the time my wheels left the ground I could still see the opposite runway threshold stripes in front of me behind my windshield, along with a at least one or half of the last runway centerline marking, so by a very rough estimate, I must have had at least 200-150m of runway length left.
  6. OK, very-very easy, from a flight I've just started. Where am I taking off from? That's a fully loaded (in payload) PMDG T7, on a flight to Arlanda, with 26 tonnes of fuel, and arriving there with fumes left. This take off demands no derates, and holding the brakes until engines have stabilized to 100% TO/GA thrust. I suppose some planespotters behind, will be blown off.
  7. According to my charts for VOR 18, for missed approach, heading should be 309 and altitude 2500. You have them 214 and 300.
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