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In the process of programming the MCDU, I found that the spaces for entering MAC figures is less than the ZFW of the aircraft. One can only use numbers up to 99.9. The ZFW of the A319-a321 is probably around 140K to 150K, depending on payload. I presume that programming the MCDU in the A320 is the same as that for the A320/A321. If I have missed something, please advise. Also when running the fuel planner as admin it still wont connect and transfer to the plane ???

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1 hour ago, rhino2604 said:

ZFW of the A319-a321 is probably around 140K to 150K,

 

Max ZFW of A-319 to A-321 are from 58500K (58.5K) to 73800 (73.8K) , depending of company configuration of course, but nothing higher than 100K.

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You can find the actual ZFW in the aircraft.cfg file.  This will be located in the X:\Location where you installed the aircraft\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional (or Aerosoft A320-A321 Professional\SimObjects\Airplanes\Aerosoft A319 CFM Professional or Aerosoft (whatever aircraft) folder.  The value you are looking for is "nEmpty Weight".

 

Now, I strongly recommend you ignore the above, and simply go to the Fuel Manager, set Pax, Cargo and Fuel to zero, and you'll be given the ZFW>  Much faster, and you can get the values for all the aircraft this way very quickly.

 

Best wishes.

 

 

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3 hours ago, rhino2604 said:

I'm not going to lie.

No one accuses anyone of lying, maybe you're just confused. Here are the weight limitations on some models that my airline operates.

 

 

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