I believe the static planes are in the TSC files.
Please don’t delete any of the files or objects within them.
Please wait for a more knowledgeable forum member to respond.
Someone will do so.
That’s one awesome landing!
Once the 737 touches down under the copilot’s control, I deployed the thrust reversers via trigger switch on the joystick, where I assigned the thrust reverser function.
Thanks to all the responses. I do understand the difference between
the autopilot and copilot.
The copilot tutorial states...
The copilot then extends flaps and the landing gear, slows down to pattern speed and finally approach speed as it makes the last turn to line up with the centerline of the runway. It then performs some final landing checks such as arming the ground spoilers and tuning on the landing lights. It aims for roughly 50ft above the threshold and then flares the aircraft depending on the height above ground. After touchdown it either reduces the pitch angle (for tricycle gear) or keeps pulling back to lower the tailgear and the copilot adds brakes to slow down the aircraft whilst maintaining the centerline until the aircraft reaches a complete stop. Finally it disarms the spoilers, resets the pitch trim for takeoff and keeps holding the brakes until you advance the throttle to continue taxi. You may also disengage the copilot before it comes to a complete stop.
I don’t see anything about reverse thrust.
Once again, thank you for taking the time to respond earlier.
You need to assigh a keyboard entry or a control device button to the reverser and select reverse manually. I use the nice and big Space Bar.
Thanks Overloaded. I have thrust reverse assigned to the “trigger” on my joystick.
When I’m manually landing, I pull the trigger and thrust reverse works.
Are you suggesting that when the copilot touches the plane down that I pull the trigger to engage reversers?
I have just recently started using copilot mode with the 737. It works beautifully from takeoff, route following, and finally landing. Upon landing, I have never seen the thrust reversers operating, only the spoilers.
Why doesn’t the copilot use thrust reverse upon landing? Do I need to do something?
Thanks for your help!
Wow! I hadn’t checked in for the last 3 days, and now as I did....wow!
A very BIG thank you Neito!
Developers...regional passenger jets, please.
Thank you Neito! I fly the 737 more than any other, so this new livery is much appreciated.
Please consider more 737 repaints, if I may respectfully request. WestJet maybe...
Well since we are constantly working on improving Aerofly further of course you can expect more in the future. It's like Christmas except you don't know when and the presents are for everyone
I would like Oregon and Washington state photo scenery and cultivation for Christmas...pretty please😊
Wow! This looks awesome!
Nothing but respect for someone who creates this kind of stuff.
Keep up your good work! I have little time right now but will try your creation soon.
Thank you so much sydel! Ditto to the comment quoted above.
Savannah and brunnobellic...
Your reprints are stunning! I’d love to see more 737’s and Learjet regional airliners.
Afterall, it’s no sin to ask, and no crime to be denied...just a wish.
I would be very happy to have IPACS created payware Washington, Oregon...
I know they will be outstanding!
I’m a little confused by the term “Pacific Northwest “. Does that mean northwest part of the US including Washington and Oregon or just Washington or also include some part of Canada like Vancouver?
Besides, now in the sim the image resolution in these two states seems to be higher than other undeveloped region. I was thinking whether it’s part of IPACS’ plan and it will be IPACS to make this scenery instead of orbx. It’s kind of good thing if it’s true because we can get more detailed airports.
IPACS...please bring us Oregon and Washington state...pretty please😃
Thanks, and loyal too,
This is great news, just when we all needed to hear it! Thanks for the news GACSavannah, and the beautiful new repaints too!
Buy request . busy finishing it off.
Absolutely beautiful! I hope you continue to repaint the 737. Thank you so much!