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Dear friends, we are really sorry this message is released later then we hoped.   We are excited to announce that the Aerosoft CRJ 550/700 for the Microsoft Flight Simulator will be released

I will add my support to Mathijs sentiment here.  One of the things we constantly try to snuff out is this popular meme that developers are all in competition with one another like newspaper barkers o

My sincerest apologies for this situation - it was a couple members of our team who exercised rather poor judgement, and they have been spoken to. I assure you this won't happen again. We have the hig

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Just now, Awemeter said:

wait nvm thats like 11pm for Europe 

Uuuuuhhhh. No? There’s only 24 hours in a day.

 

(Sorry if you were playing along. It didn’t look like it though...)

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vor 8 Minuten, riskas123 sagte:

Oh you bastard! I thought it was a hint!

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I think it's not that random as you might think. If you subtract 73-13 (which would be the first valid minute) and do the same for the hours, you'll get 12:00 CET.  I just assume that this will be CET as Aerosoft is located within the CET. And 12 CET converted to the corresponding TZ in Washington results in 07:00 in their TZ. Which I think would be plausible.

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gerade, swissintl sagte:

 

I think it's not that random as you might think. If you subtract 73-13 (which would be the first valid minute) and do the same for the hours, you'll get 12:00 CET.  I just assume that this will be CET as Aerosoft is located within the CET. And 12 CET converted to the corresponding TZ in Washington results in 07:00 in their TZ. Which I think would be plausible.

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2 minutes ago, swissintl said:

 

I think it's not that random as you might think. If you subtract 73-13 (which would be the first valid minute) and do the same for the hours, you'll get 12:00 CET.  I just assume that this will be CET as Aerosoft is located within the CET. And 12 CET converted to the corresponding TZ in Washington results in 07:00 in their TZ. Which I think would be plausible.

Genius!

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3 minutes ago, swissintl said:

 

I think it's not that random as you might think. If you subtract 73-13 (which would be the first valid minute) and do the same for the hours, you'll get 12:00 CET.  I just assume that this will be CET as Aerosoft is located within the CET. And 12 CET converted to the corresponding TZ in Washington results in 07:00 in their TZ. Which I think would be plausible.

 

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2 minutes ago, Hans Hartmann said:

I think, I have some actual real news for you. I just did some testing with Mark Foti and it turns out that the aviaCDU works with the CRJ for MSFS. Much better than having to mouse-click a flightplan into the FMS.

 

This photo was taken with a special testing version of aviaCDU. A release version should become available soon™

 

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Very interesting, I'll definitely look into this

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7 minutes ago, swissintl said:

 

I think it's not that random as you might think. If you subtract 73-13 (which would be the first valid minute) and do the same for the hours, you'll get 12:00 CET.  I just assume that this will be CET as Aerosoft is located within the CET. And 12 CET converted to the corresponding TZ in Washington results in 07:00 in their TZ. Which I think would be plausible.

But Microsoft is in the state Washington, not Washington DC so that would be around 4am for them 🙂

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vor 8 Minuten, Hans Hartmann sagte:

I think, I have some actual real news for you. I just did some testing with Mark Foti and it turns out that the aviaCDU works with the CRJ for MSFS. Much better than having to mouse-click a flightplan into the FMS.

 

This photo was taken with a special testing version of aviaCDU. A release version should become available soon™

 

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so u could have the fms on a seperate ipad/device? That would be awesome

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12 minutes ago, Robert Xones said:

so u could have the fms on a seperate ipad/device? That would be awesome

It's actually an Amazon Fire HD 10... cheap as hell and perfect for something like this. Any device with a web browser will do though. Even a browser on the same PC allows you to "undock" the FMS.

It allows full control over the FMS including input and everything. Really nice.

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Just Flight were happy to release their Piper Arrow without the Market place.  CRJ is a European product I suggest Aerosoft do the same.  Why should we wait till 11pm (0.00 my time so the 17th) will only irritate non market place buyers, I for one would never use it.

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11 hours ago, fluffybunny said:

similar question, would it be possible to undock the entire CDU to use it on a tablet? keyboard and screen?

 

Expect news on that very soon. 

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1 minute ago, stescouse said:

Just Flight were happy to release their Piper Arrow without the Market place.  CRJ is a European product I suggest Aerosoft do the same.  Why should we wait till 11pm (0.00 my time so the 17th) will only irritate non market place buyers, I for one would never use it.

Release is on both. Aerosoft shop and marketplace. Other shops will follow in the next days.

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5 hours ago, Mini ACI said:

Guys, whats aerosofts refund policy? I the link on the website doesnt work. My hardware isnt top of the line, so i dont know what to do if i buy the plane and if it crashes the game or something

 

No refunds on downloads, sorry. 

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