I know this because I am flying the same airports, same conditions, same wind direction and wind speed and the results between your Katana and the real Katana are worlds apart. I really loved this aircraft and especially like that if you treat it badly, systems will fail and they will have to be repaired or replaced. Read manual for more info. It still smokes like a chimney every time I start the engine at least some keyboard commands are recognised. Just to land the thing I need so my down pitch elevator and trim that by the time it starts finally pitching down, there is no way to life the nose again to land on the runway.
I am currently flying your version and the real thing and they behave completely differently. Secondly, the down elevator won't even respond. The all-round attention to detail, additional features, and polish of this aircraft make it worthy of exceptional praise. Flight hours and landings will be counted and special features unlocked. If you are unsure you can download the manual prior to purchase to get an idea of what to expect.
Just a quick question for the more advanced panel editors on here. Maintenance and services are available. Flight hours and landings will not be counted and no special features are available. Simple - No wear and damage will be simulated. Sure your plane is pretty, and the detail is impressive, but what the hell is the point in all that if you cannot even fly it or even worse, if it is nothing at all like the real plane?????? It's a good thing that in the real world you have to go through many hours of training with an instructor before they allow you to solo. It won't turn for me. Fluids will be used and the aircraft can get dirty.
Among all its users globally, 76. I do not appreciate your comments at all. Originally designed to be a training aircraft, it is primarily used by private pilots who enjoy the wonderful flight dynamics and its economical running costs. You better quit the smart comments with me. Instructor - Aircraft is as new every reload. Fluids will be used and the aircraft can get dirty.
It really makes you feel like owning the aircraft as you got to do the maintenance, cleaning and even decide what oil type to use. Dev team, what the hell is wrong with this plane? Instructor - Aircraft is as new every reload. Has a great damage system, and the interface. Simple - No wear and damage will be simulated. The Katana is equipped with state-of-the-art avionics, as well as a fully simulated carburettor and fuel system.
Originally designed to be a training craft it is now flown by a lot of private pilots who enjoy the wonderful flight dynamics and its economical costs. Yet all other aircraft, both default and add-ons, recognise my joystick just fine. Wear and damage can encounter or be triggered but will not be stored. Sure your plane is pretty, and the detail is impressive, but what the hell is the point in all that if you cannot even fly it or even worse, if it is nothing at all like the real plane?????? A tutorial flight would have been welcome and is a glaring omission from such a well packaged product. Flight hours and landings are not locked.
I did experience some teething problems which will hopefully be addressed in a service pack, but the support available via the Aerosoft forums was a great help in sorting any problems. Sometimes you need to acquire the name of relevant verified publisher first to locate the keys in Registry Editor. I wasn't critiquing the products, only your use of them as displayed by the video, which is of course the only evidence before us. The only similarity is the sound and the visuals. I'm at my wit's end trying to figure out what the problem is.
The slip indicator doesn't even move correctly. It is required you to carefully remove related items in Registry Editor to accomplish the job, which is risky in some degree. I've went through the checklists and it seems that I'm doing everything that I'm suppose to be doing. Does it even load in P3D Edit: It loads. When you play back your flight, you'll find that the Katana will be in the air with the tiedowns on, and that it will incur damage and wear as if you are flying it for real, and that none of the gauges will record properly.