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vor 6 Minuten, ual763 sagte:

Would Aerosoft & Hans ever consider making a CRJ-100/200 expansion in the future after the -900/1000?  Call me crazy, but I quite like the -200.  At least from a pilot’s perspective.  They’re the fastest planes on approach due to the lack of slats.  Very fun to fly


That would be absolutely fantastic!

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how will the ever lasting “patch soap” turn out for these kind of payware add-ons ?

 

i mean with each and every patch something is happening to flight dynamics for example. How will Aerosoft deal with that ?

 

i mean will you make a hot-fix ... when you know a month later that hotfix is not needed anymore for example ( happening now with flap issues in freeware aircraft ) 

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REALLY looking forward to Monday now! How exciting!

 

The first high detail "airliner" for MSFS ever - what an achievement that is in itself!

 

Starting to plan what flights I want to do with it but I'm thinking Aerosoft Paderborn as a likely departure point!

 

Got to sink my head into the manuals too! If only I didn't have a major exam at work at the end of next week to worry about! 

 

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2 minutes ago, Brembrauta said:

 

I have seen it use it in other sims, so I'm assuming it can IRL. No idea about MSFS though.

Just remembered there is an option in the EFB to retract the guard rails on the stairs so they don't get in the way of the jetway, so that probably means it can in MSFS as well.

 

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38 minutes ago, slippingwithflapsin said:

Agreed. Even though it was outdated and had tons of bugs, I enjoyed flying the Jrollon CRJ200 on XP11. Like a little minivan in the sky.

I still fly the JRollon CRJ-200 a little bit today, prepping for Aerosofts CRJ lol

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33 minutes ago, FSXManu said:

Just a shirt question. Is a shared cockpit feature something that maybe will be added in the future? Juet winderin uf the new MSFS makes it easier somehow.

 

The keywords here are maybe and future. Yes.

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2 minutes ago, Mathijs Kok said:

 

The keywords here are maybe and future. Yes.

Alright thank you. Hoping for it as my friend and I are doing it in the A320N atm. Also helps alot because he is relatively new to it so I can show him things better in the same cockpit

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I was just reading the https://twinfinite.net/2021/02/microsoft-flight-simulator-crj-interview/  article.  This caught my eye Try to find how often a CRJ pilot had to use the APU fire fighting features. If you do not get an APU fire in the first 250.000 hours of using our products we’ll refund you. so wonder if that means random failures are built in for the CRJ.   Thanks

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3 minutes ago, Andrew Sullman said:

I was just reading the https://twinfinite.net/2021/02/microsoft-flight-simulator-crj-interview/  article.  This caught my eye Try to find how often a CRJ pilot had to use the APU fire fighting features. If you do not get an APU fire in the first 250.000 hours of using our products we’ll refund you. so wonder if that means random failures are built in.   does that mean random failures are implemented in the crj for fs2020.   Thanks

 

I think that means that Aerosoft didn't want to invest the resources into simulating something that is nearly statistically impossible for a pilot to experience. Since 250,000 hours is more than 28 years of constant flying, that's a tongue-in-cheek way of saying that it's realistic that it's not simulated.

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2 minutes ago, Aplato said:

 

I think that means that Aerosoft didn't want to invest the resources into simulating something that is nearly statistically impossible for a pilot to experience. Since 250,000 hours is more than 28 years of constant flying, that's a tongue-in-cheek way of saying that it's realistic that it's not simulated.

AH thank you :)

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1 minute ago, Andrew Sullman said:

I was just reading the https://twinfinite.net/2021/02/microsoft-flight-simulator-crj-interview/  article.  This caught my eye Try to find how often a CRJ pilot had to use the APU fire fighting features. If you do not get an APU fire in the first 250.000 hours of using our products we’ll refund you. so wonder if that means random failures are built in.   does that mean random failures are implemented in the crj for fs2020.   Thanks

 

No it means in fact the opposite. We honestly do not care a lot about things that pilots train for in simulators. We do not make a simulator of a simulator. We base out products on what a pilot encounters every single flight. Not what might happen once in his whole career.  

 

So a failure that happens once every million hours (dual engine out) or a APU fire (as far as we know never happened) simply is not important in our eyes. Pilots handle sick passengers, drunk passengers, blocked toilets, etc etc  regularly, that is why they they abort flights.  Engine failures are something they might see once or twice in a career. 

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2 minutes ago, Mathijs Kok said:

So a failure that happens once every million hours (dual engine out) or a APU fire (as far as we know never happened) simply is not important in our eyes. Pilots handle sick passengers, drunk passengers, blocked toilets, etc etc  regularly, that is why they they abort flights.

 

Well luckily for us smell-o-vision isn't quite widely available, or good, yet... :P 

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16 minutes ago, Aplato said:

 

I think that means that Aerosoft didn't want to invest the resources into simulating something that is nearly statistically impossible for a pilot to experience. Since 250,000 hours is more than 28 years of constant flying, that's a tongue-in-cheek way of saying that it's realistic that it's not simulated.

I saw it as a challenge.  250,000 hours eh? Challenge accepted.

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