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socalf1fan Posted: 12.08.2017, 19:46



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Hello Gents!

So, since I have moved to P3DV4 an obvious issue has popped up...the lack of quality planes that will work with it, especially in the lower tiers of our fleet.

Any recommendations for a good tier 2 aircraft to use? Tier 1 is easy as we have the Carenado B1900 and King Air, Tier 3 would have the new Aerosoft CRJ and the same as we go up in tier.. it is the tier 2 that has me stumped as I am not approaching it finally since i chose to start from scratch. Any suggestions? Could I use the CRJ700 in place of the ERJ?

Nick Silver SPA 664
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jer029 Posted: 12.08.2017, 20:05

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Avoid the Aerosoft CRJ for now - it's caused me nothing but problems with CTD and others who have it have set it aside, as I probably will until I can get a fix that prevents the screen freeze and CTD's.  Many pilots have had great success converting their existing planes to v4, but I've resisted the temptation thus far.  I did get the VirtualCol CRJ pack that's supposed to be V4 ready.  Their stuff is a simplified version of aircraft - less complex, easier to fly, and easier on framerates - and less expensive (plus, if it's not already at discount - we have a virtual airline partner discount coupon in the Configuration Files download area).

John



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SPA031 Posted: 13.08.2017, 14:30

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It would be good to have a list of approved P3Dv4 aircraft out there that can be used by our St. Paul Airlines active pilots. Payware should be OK. Let's start a list.
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