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Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 Performance Profiles For Topcat/pfpx

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Hi!

Sorry if this is repost, but I didn't find topic answered on this subject.

So, my question is, will Aerosoft provide official TOPCAT/PFPX performance profiles for their Airbus A3xx series?

Best regards!

Boris Bahes.

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"I can´t imagine", or "Its outside my imgagination"

I think its the job of Judith and Christian, as its their "Baby"

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I agree it's their job. But isn't this two way job? How can they know what performance are your models use?

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As far as we are aware there is nothing we can do to assist in that.

Bu do keep in mind that while TopCat is a fantastic tool, FSX is not that great on the ground. It's VERY hard to see how small difference in trim etc actually affect the lift-off.

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Max: I saw these PFPX templates and they only have CFM engines. However I was more interested in TOPCAT performance file...

I did try contact Judith and Christian, however they haven't replied yet...so I hoped to get some info on this.

Mathijs: I know limitations in FSX but since most Boeing fleet is available I was hoping for Aerosoft fleet too :)

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I not see perfomance data in documents with the craft! I want see perfomance data. ZFW, MTOW, etc.

Why aerosoft not published this data ??

Its top secret?!?!

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I not see perfomance data in documents with the craft! I want see perfomance data. ZFW, MTOW, etc.

Why aerosoft not published this data ??

Its top secret?!?!

I think you missed the fact there is a complete fuelplanner that has all that info.

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