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FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Fri Dec 14, 2012 3:28 pm

For anyone who is interested,
I have started using FSPassengers, and have added various smaller aircraft to our fleet primarily to facillitate a carrer mode within FSPassengers.
Feel free to use the aircraft we have available, and let me know if you need licenses, and for which aircraft.
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:14 pm

Regarding FSPassengers career, now at C7 status and flying RJ100 around... next aircraft will be in the 733/734/735 family or A318/A319
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by SnakeBite » Mon Mar 17, 2014 2:33 am

I think I've used it sometime ago, I thought it was cool, I always kept looking behind for passengers :D
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Wed Oct 02, 2019 11:16 pm

After my complete machine rebuild earlier this year, I have just restarted my FSPassengers career again (third cycle) and have reached the dizzying height of C3.
It feels a bit like Martial Arts this... I had been top possible rank in FSPassengers and having to restart from C1, which is a bit like getting your Black Belt, and then starting all over again from the beginning.
Not so much the circle of life, more like the recycle of life
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:00 pm

Yipee,
22 flying hours completed, the relevant amount of points earned and I reach the rank C4 (Second Officer), and let loose on a DASH 8 :D
This means of course I have the ability to erm 'look after' a lot more passengers on my travels, so I've switched back from Athens to my original base (EBBR) and will be flying in and out of Biggin Hill and London City for a while, until I reach C5
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Thu Oct 10, 2019 7:11 pm

Ahh... minor hiccup whilst taxying in after flight. A bump at 13 Kts and crash...
note to self... watch where you are going and don't get distracted!
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Thu Oct 17, 2019 1:53 pm

For this phase of FSPassengers
Ive decided to add a new leg, EGLC to EGPH, just to break up the monotony :D
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Fri Oct 25, 2019 10:23 pm

Okies,
onto next rank and picked the CRJ-700 as my next steed (Wilco version FS9) and it takes a bit of getting used to lol
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Post by MMattyK » Wed Nov 27, 2019 1:41 pm

Graduated to Senior first Officer (for the third time - C8) and am currently flying an A318 in the skies over Europe.
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Mon Dec 09, 2019 8:36 pm

Now graduated to C10 (again) an looking forward to some flights in the A320 series, and B739/ 757's
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by fackprod » Tue Dec 10, 2019 4:05 pm

I'm not overly familliar with FSPassenger. How many levels per aircrzft. And are aircraft bundled togdther e.g Airbus A318, 319, 320, & 321 is a single group?

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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Tue Dec 10, 2019 6:03 pm

Hiya Buddy,
to be honest I don't even know if FSPassengers is available any more, but basically you start your career in a single engine prop aircraft and work your way up through the levels, earning points and hours.
Each level increases the size of the aircraft you can fly dependant on its weight, nothing more.
So for example once to achieve a pilot ranking of 7, you can fly aircraft up to the maximum weight set for level 7.
You, as the pilot can also end up with injuries if you crash the aircraft you are flying, as well as incurring costs for aircraft repairs, and you airlines reputation, which has an effect on the numbers of passengers who want to fly with you.
I hope that gives you a basic idea about FSPassengers... I have it on my FS9, and I believe they did a version for FSX, but you would have to check that out.
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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by fackprod » Wed Dec 11, 2019 8:14 am

Thanks :D

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Re: FSpassengers friendly

Post by MMattyK » Wed Dec 11, 2019 6:49 pm

No problem,
Incidentally, the program also inserts failures occasionally for you to overcome periodically :D

Link to the website:
http://www.fspassengers.com/
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