Which aircraft have working fuel systems?

  • The A320, C172, C90GTx, DR400, LJ45, Q400 and R22 simulate fuel flow and fuel consumption. The ASG 29 and Swift, too :)


    Currently even when the fuel runs out the engines keep running. This is a safety precaution since there is no way to refuel yet or to set the correct fuel amount before the flight. But it's possible to cut the engine when the tanks run dry as we have seen from user made aircraft and third party developments.

  • The A320, C172, C90GTx, DR400, LJ45, Q400 and R22 simulate fuel flow and fuel consumption. The ASG 29 and Swift, too :)

    Any news about the Just Flight Arrow fuel system? It does sort of work but not really and as far as I can remember this has something to do with something IPACS has to do... but I'm not sure. ;) Anyway, it still doesn't work as it should here (using the latest version) and it would be nice to see it working well (including mixture etc.)!

  • If we ever get the Lynx released you can add that to Jan's list.


    It simulates fuel usage, fuel flow and the engines will stop if you run dry. Whilst it does autorotate the rotor is very lively requiring rotor speed management, ie apply a little collective. I have tried a double engine failure and it didn't end well, pretty much like the real thing, from memory they broke it in half when they tried.