————————————————————————————-Ode to my furry monkey and my nightmare administration: ————————————————————————————- A picture paints a thousand words. A monkey at a typewriter. Also, software errors are serious business. ————————————————————————————-CONTENTS: INFO DISCLAIMER: I have NO control over the contents of this software, and I take NO responsibility for its content. A: I’ve solved my problem. Yes, sometimes airbus are not smart. As explained on Airbus official website: One of the key benefits of the new A330 Next Gen is a complete re-design of the Main Landing Gear doors, including external and internal door system for the main landing gear doors on the right side and a new load distribution. The solution uses a new type of external door structure and the internal door is fitted with an improved door mechanism. The external doors needed to be replaced and the main problem was not related to a damaged or a misplaced door. The problem was: the location of the door at the side of the fuselage was not calculated in the flight model. But, since the sim is designed to operate over Europe, for EU countries the fix was simply to fly from the airport closest to me, which happened to be Keflavik in Iceland. What I missed is the altitude. Because the file is EU specific, the controls of the aircraft are re-mapped for the altitude and for other important parameters. However, when the aircraft was too high, the virtual pilot was flying with an aircraft designed for much lower altitudes. The updated set of controls is based on the latest delivered aircraft: A330-800 – A330-900 – A330-900 – A330-900e A330-900 – A330-900e – A330-900e A330-900e – A330-900e A: We know that the location of the flap is fixed and common across all planes of the same manufacturer. What we don’t know is the location of the flap relative to the landing gear doors. We can see the position of the left flap relative to the left side door on the diagram below. It’s a “flex”, connected to a separate part of the door. The flap may not be there at all. In that case, you can still land. We can see the lower half of the landing gear doors on
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