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- Thu Aug 02, 2012 11:29 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: DISPLEASURE FLY AFTER MORE THAN THREE HOURS AND MORE
- Replies: 2
- Views: 2764
Mr. Africano, Let me make sure I am understanding your situation properly. You have pilots whom are attempting to fly long-distance flights and they are suffering computer failures or power failures during these flights. Am I correct? If so, then I doubt there is anything FSAirlines could do for you...
AirEd is the #1 AIR FILE editor, but be careful and only change the areas that are specified in the Ice Warning gauge as making edits in other areas can cause unwanted changes.
- Fri Jul 13, 2012 8:36 pm
- Forum: Bugs & Problems
- Topic: ERJ145ER CARGO CAPACITY ERROR
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1208
If you've got a full load of pax, and appropriate fuel load there is no way to not need to reduce the amount of cargo. The weights are the maximum structural cargo weight for the aircraft from the manufacturer. While this may not be possible iwth passenger seats installed, the plane is techincally c...
- Fri Jul 13, 2012 8:34 pm
- Forum: Bugs & Problems
- Topic: B738 and B739 with same PAX?
- Replies: 1
- Views: 982
Yes. The 737-900 is restricted to 189 passengers due to not having sufficent emergency exit capacity to evacuate the airplane in the required 90 seconds with more than 189 seats aboard. The 737-900ER has additional exits that allows the airplane to meet the exit requirements and carry its structural...
Not really since those kinds of operations involve landing at non-airports and/or originating and arriving at the same airport. It also requires that you have some sort of revenue as if you run a negative balance, you'll not be able to buy more aircraft and when you're departing and arriving at the ...
The rule has been that until multiple ICAO codes could be supported, default FS9 ICAO codes would be used for all airports. If that's still the case, I don't know, but that was what we'd agreed upon. The idea was that we were eventually going to support for FS9, FSX, and X-Plane ICAO codes (that wou...
Guys, It's come to my attention that several ICAO codes have been changed to the major detriment of the network in violation of the rules that were established a long time ago that only FS9 default codes would be used in the database. Most disturbingly, WRRR has been changed to WADD. This is causing...
ANYN is the FS2004 default ICAO code. As a result, it will be the only one in the database used until such time as multiple ICAO codes can be supported. There are multiple threads on this subject in the "Bugs & Problems" thread and additionally, I'm pretty sure the FAQ and Wiki reference this as wel...