fs passenger - Do or Don't?

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fs passenger - Do or Don't?

Post by teddybAIR » 27 Dec 2005, 11:01

Hi all,

In the "post your best screenshot" topic an fs add-on called fs passenger was mentioned and I think I'm pretty interested in it. Right now, there's not really a difference between flying a cargo or a passenger aircraft :( . Therefore, I was wondering if the people that currently use fs passenger could comment on it here, post some interesting screenshots of how it works...just feel free to be ambassadors of the add-on :D

All comments are appreciated!

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Post by fokker_f27 » 28 Dec 2005, 05:02

Download it. It's really cool. It also trains you in making gentle movements.

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Post by teddybAIR » 28 Dec 2005, 11:29

Ah thx fokker_f27, I thought it was payware!

Didn't know you can just download it like that! Does anybody have a link to a page where it can be downloaded?

greetz

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Post by sab319 » 28 Dec 2005, 12:01

www.fspassengers.com

you can download the trial version for free, for the full version you need to pay

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Post by teddybAIR » 06 Jan 2006, 16:53

Hi guys, I downloaded the trial version and I'm convinced: I'm gonna order the full version!

Just a question: do some of you people have this add-on? And how do you score when you perform flights? I shose the option where your economic decisions matter, but not where you're limited in terms of which material you fly and I allready performed 5 flights in the B734: 3 of them where perfect and two where good (one hard landing and an in flight stall...no good eej)

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Post by teddybAIR » 06 Jan 2006, 19:44

Make that 6 total: 4 perfect and 2 good...just added another perfect flight from San Fransisco to Seattle :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Sabena320 » 07 Jan 2006, 13:22

How do you calculate your estimated landing time?

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Post by fokker_f27 » 07 Jan 2006, 22:25

Sometimes, a FA will walk in the cockpit and say something hilarius.

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Post by Vinnie-Winnie » 08 Jan 2006, 00:17

fokker_f27 wrote:Sometimes, a FA will walk in the cockpit and say something hilarius.
It's hilarious! Think U've been studying too much latin my friend :)

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Post by teddybAIR » 08 Jan 2006, 19:34

Sabena320 wrote:How do you calculate your estimated landing time?
Example:

I performed the flight from KSFO to KSEA about 5 times now...the first two times I didn't give up an estimated flight time, but I did write it down after completing the flight. It was close to 1h55 in both cases and thus the next time I gave 1h55 as an estimate...I was only one minute wrong! So, on the condition that traffic is low, you can estimate your flight time pretty accurately after doing a flight once or twice

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