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  1. Hi all, I have doing a bit of cargo flying of late and was wondering if anyone would know if LH/GEC file SIDs/STARs or account for them in the OFP? Most airlines I'm used to in Oz don't but am less sure about European practice! Any ideas would be much appreciated. I am also slowly building a statistical contingency database for airports I fly into - I was trying to think of some way we can all contribute to something similar, but it would depend a lot on whether or not the user's PFPX profile/bias are accurate. Cheers, Rudy
  2. Would the <&MinReserveFuel> be what you're looking for? It is defined as Alternate Fuel + Final Reserve fuel + ballast fuel. So will generally be alternate fuel + 30 minutes in your case?
  3. Yeah I think you have used the options up. With so so many different types between all the airlines, it is difficult to get everything exactly the same - I definitely found that with the QF ones - lots of unusual fields. Thanks for the kind words. Good luck with your OFP and don't forget to upload it when you're done haha It looks a bit DLHish?? Rudy
  4. Hi mate, 1) No, I don't think there is any field to get EROPS time. 2) Again, don't think so. 3) Not that I can tell. You'd have to leave the field blank, calcualte with/without antice and add in manually after you've released the OFP in a text editor. 4) Don't think possible. 5) Not sure. 6) No. A lot of these things you've mentioned I give a quick tweak in Word or some other text editor after releasing. Cheers, Rudy
  5. You can get rid of them by using an abbreviated navlog in your OFP format, but you'll also lose ETPs, ETOPS entry/exit, and TOC/TOD in your navlog too.
  6. I don't know - the product works and is what it is. We paid once for it - why should we expect updates, for me at least, 8 years down the track? Granted, exporting to some platforms would be good.
  7. Yep - I mean it is a flight planning program. It is excellent at that. It doesn't really need new features regularly to stay relevant. I would like a couple of bugs fixed - such as the altitude bug which has been around various forms since 1.29, and is starting to get a little annoying!
  8. I do quite a few when I'm sorting out an aircraft's bias. Several per flight if a long-haul: you'd be surprised by how much bias can cary depending on gross weight (even when controlling for ISA deviation). Don't know if it's a profile issue or some of the aeroplane's flight models.
  9. Why would you ask if they are dead? Silliness. You can see Judith replied to a post just the other day, and the programs work.
  10. https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/profile/90043-flightsimsoftcom/content/ The developers have posted here 5 times this month - so they're about
  11. In past experience, Judith does tend to reply to that.
  12. I sincerely hope not - nothing matches this program anywhere else. It is fantastic and I don't know what I'd do without. I wonder if it puts potential customers off when they read this forum though and see not many responses from developers?
  13. Yes, v 2.03 has some strange altitude bugs that result in bizarre flight levels sometimes. I hope this will be addressed one day.
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