Radio navigation is the name of the game when you are flying a DC-9. Radio navigation, like all new things in life, can be difficult to understand at first. But once you have mastered it, it becomes second nature and you will have a much better mental picture of where you are, where you are going, and how to get there.
What do you think about the 2D panel? I’m not asking about the 2D panel of any specific aircraft, just the 2D panel in general. Do you love it? Hate it? Don’t care? The reason I’m asking this question is because the DC-9 could very well be the last aircraft I make with a traditional 2D panel.
Failure simulation. This is what in my opinion takes the DC-9 Classic, and all other addons that includes such a feature, to the next level. Usually when you simulate a system in an aircraft, you simulate ON or OFF in a normal state. With failure simulation a system can also be simulated ON or OFF in a failed state. While OFF is usually OFF regardless of state, ON and failed at the same time is where it can get really busy real fast on the flight deck.
Beta patch v1.1.1 for the Super 80 Pro is now ready. This beta patch fixes a number of issues with the FMS; it will now properly read the new terminal procedures released by Navigraph. Additionally, I have added a new feature to the panel; click sounds to all switches and knobs.
The Super 80 Professional simulates the latest in the series of MD-80 airliners, complete with their ‘next-generation’ glass cockpits. The electronic flight deck includes a full EFIA with FMS, TCAS, Systems Display Panel, Engine Display Panel and much more.
This is the first beta patch for Ultimate Airliners: The Super 80 Professional.
This beta patch upgrades the Super 80 Pro to version 1.0.1. This beta patch primarily deals with issues related to the gauge file, however a few issues in other parts of the product has also been addressed. The beta patch does not address all issues reported to me on the forum. I have all reported issues written down and I will continue to work on them.