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    What is that mountain goat doing way up here in the clouds?

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    Originally posted by Cedarjet201 View Post
    Only photos


    • #3
      Originally posted by Cedarjet201 View Post
      [I was not aware that the jetphotos forum is so attractive for new users. So, there is a way to quote entries without that each and every photo appears again in the quotation.. In case of a doubt, ask me. ]
      Wow. What I've learned just in this moment. Fslabs is another provider for Airbus A320 semi-pro simulators, the price: 99,95 US-$ (fsx version).

      So, Cedar, you seem to own a .. 800 mm telephoto (?). Thus, I assume that you also know one or two things about the Fslabs A320.

      One or two weeks ago, I was concerned with a case of flight safety: the Air France A320 inauguration flight (german: Einflottung des A320 bei Air France).
      date: June 26 1988.

      To make it short. This flight was filmed by at least two professional cameramen, one on the ground and one on board the shiny new A320. This is the report:
      Inauguration flight for the Air France A320, June 1988

      The French BEA used the professional film material to solve this case. A few days ago this material again was shown on German TV.

      I am the jetphotos forum member who probably knows least about the A320. And the Lufthansa CEO would not contradict that statement..

      'Alpha protection' was one word which the BEA investigators used back then in 1988.

      Now my question. I know that semi-pro simulators, like my LH-B744 fsx simulator by Randazzo, are only able to show 51-71 % of the real thing.
      Flight Captain Randazzo now probably is able to contradict me..

      Is the Fslabs A320 equipped with 'alpha protection'?

      PS: When you try to find a semi-pro simulator which I'm interested in since let's say 4, 5 or six years, this is the one:
      [Unfortunately, he does not sell the complete thing for less than 100 US-$, not either for QOTS I owners..]
      He finally sells it. Randazzo's newest toy,
      the Boeing 747-800i QOTS II semi-pro simulator, with full 748i flight dynamics, for fsx.
      "within 5% of the actual Boeing aircraft performance charts, including data and parameters specific to the GEnx-2B67B engine types."
      I'll have to ask my cpu if it can handle Randazzo's newest toy.
      A P3D version is under progress. Yeehaw.
      Randazzo normally does not need a completely new topic, as his products almost automatically find the way to their (mostly longtime) customers.
      So, I'll leave it like that.
      Last edited by LH-B744; 2018-10-10, 21:05. Reason: Captain Randazzo's newest toy..
      The German long haul is alive, since more than 60 years.
      The Gold Member in the 747 club, 50 years since the first LH 747.
      And constantly advanced, 744 and 748 /w upper and lower EICAS.
      This is Lohausen International airport speaking, echo delta delta lima.