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Hi

As I contuniously get a cruise alt too high, when compared to the LRC optimim alt, I've lowered the Opt cruise in PFPX aircraft database by 2000 feet (-2000). But then my profile chart have strange "bumps" in it, see attached. What's wrong?

 

Torben

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I see the same issue Torben, the climb/descents appear in the OFP also.

 

The problem does not appear to be related to a specific performance file as I tested with alternatives and had the same outcome.

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Thx, Stephen - I guess no way around it then, as support from the creators is like nil. Thankful that you're around 🙂

Torben

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Which aircraft performance file is in use Torben, can be verified from the aircraft editor 'info' button:

 

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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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Hi Stephen - sorry for the late reply. I didn't expect more on this issue, so didn't follow the thread, my bad.

The performance file is Judith's B737-800ERW:

filename: Boeing B737-800ERW CFM56-7B26-7B27.txt

version 1.00

 

regards

Torben

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Try giving the performance file from AirlinerPerformance a try Torben, it may or may not improve the assigned altitude.

 

Add a new registration using the Add New Aircraft option and check the file linked is as expected using the INFO button.

 

Also re-enter the 60min Threshold Time to recalculate the data.

 

 

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