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Get your MCDU on a tablet....  no more mouse needed!

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Find it here: https://www.aerosoft.com/en/search?sSearch=aviaCDU

We can't recommend this tool enough. The tablet shown is a cheapo Fire HD 10 that costs around 150 euro.

 

aviaCDU is available for purchase here (within the next few hours):

https://www.aerosoft.com/de/microsoft-flight-simulator/msfs-tools/3397/aviaworx-aviacdu-single-cdu-license-msfs

 

 

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The product page doesn't mention, MSFS2020. I assume that with the screenshot of the CRJ it works with MSFS2020? Is this correct?

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4 minutes ago, jcbjoe said:

The product page doesn't mention, MSFS2020. I assume that with the screenshot of the CRJ it works with MSFS2020? Is this correct?

 

Correct. 

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7 minutes ago, dva94 said:

My guess is that a single CDU license is the one you'd need to get this working with the CRJ. It is mostly a guess though.

 

Correct.

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33 minutes ago, Thijs010 said:

looks great!
 

Does it also support the EFB?

No, best to read the productpage

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7 hours ago, mopperle said:

No, best to read the productpage

However, in the FSX version of the Aerosoft CRJ, the EFB was supported.

 

The AviaWorx developer is quite active, so I think it is reasonable to expect the EFB will probably be available within the next few weeks or months. Not a guarantee, but I think the odds are pretty good it will happen eventually.

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The EFB is not supported because the function that was used to transfer the graphics to aviaCDU is not available in the Webassembly runtime of MSFS. Mark (the developer of aviaCDU) and I already discussed other options to transfer the graphics to his program.

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2 minutes ago, CaptNabs said:

However, in the FSX version of the Aerosoft CRJ, the EFB was supported.

 

The AviaWorx developer is quite active, so I think it is reasonable to expect the EFB will probably be available within the next few weeks or months. Not a guarantee, but I think the odds are pretty good it will happen eventually.

 

He is indeed a very nice guy, always a pleasure to deal with him.

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