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Mathijs Kok

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So in P3D only static jetways? That's a sad..

I don't agree. The standard animation is silly and it never matches the aircraft. I fully support developers who choose an alternative for that.

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Maybe you should also support a developer who can bring AES (or someting similair) into P3D?

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Maybe you should also support a developer who can bring AES (or someting similair) into P3D?

It is not Oliver's that AES is not P3D compatible. It is because the Vistamore module not compatible with P3D.

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It's true that the animation is rather silly, but programs like GSX do a great job in p3d (they came with an installer immediatly after release), only thing they don't do is changing the jetways at non-fsdt airports. But this is neglectible as they support all the airports out of the box. Is it that difficult to maybe even just make an option in the installer to opt for static or default jetways?

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Does anybody have a chart with the taxiway signs which shows there location and what the sign says?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Wasn't that supposed to get captured during the on-site photography survey that is required for these high-end mega airport scenery's?

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Wasn't that supposed to get captured during the on-site photography survey that is required for these high-end mega airport scenery's?

Try remembering the exact positions of every single sign with reference to every taxiway and runway at the airport. Images are useful, but more is required than just images.

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This is brandnew at brussels , so i just report this to be sure it is in the product

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Is that an attempt to avoid any air travel and build an air bridge to the destination?

I think you might be on to something. Would Aerosoft be interested in developing an air bridge sim?

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Is that an attempt to avoid any air travel and build an air bridge to the destination?

Yes I think it's strange too , why would they built this? It reminds me of those heathrow-jetbridges in terminal 5...

But nevertheless it should be in the product

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Thanks to those very few that have provided me with pictures of these new developments at the real BRU.


I must say that is the most interesting jetway bridge I have ever seen, looks like it is going to collapse. However, I will be adding all these new things.

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Regards

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Does anybody have a chart with the taxiway signs which shows there location and what the sign says?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

So I suppose that you need charts that go beyond what Eurocontrol provides?

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Hey Aerosoft, just another question, have you added the water tower at runway 25L? It is a very nice detail to add!

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Heads-up, that very long jetway they built is because in the mornings (for brussels airlines long haul) they need more gates. If I'm not mistaken, another one will be installed as well to face the other side of the tarmac. :)

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Hello all,

Darren has been making extremely pleasing progress to date and the project is on track. I have taken some images from the latest developer preview. :)

Approach from the early morning flight from London.

Approaching the airport.

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And the return flight in the afternoon, back to London.

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Hopefully, you can see from above, that continued progress has been made. However, there is still a lot to add before the airport is release ready.

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Looks pretty neat! Will the approach lights be customized to fit on the poles, instead of being on the ground?

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Wow, Nice progress. Looking amazing.

Kind regards,

Jorik

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