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  1. Matheus

    steering locked

    There is a new bind on the X-Plane controls called "nosewheel steer toggle", you need find it on yours controls and click it every time you want to switch the steering on or off. Edit: command name
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    1.21

    I fly the A32F in the real life as well (for 6 years now) and I got the FF320 on its last beta batch release. I only did a quick visual circuit and it`s a very good airplane indeed, but I think it still have some work to do on the flight model, ie: the landing quite unrealistic, lacks the ground effect and FBW`s flare mode. I will post my impressions on their forums as soon I got time for it. I fly simulators on PC since the FS5.1 (about 24 years now) and today I can say for sure the IXEG flight model is the closest to the real feeling of flying a jet airplane!
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    Landings - I don't get it

    I fly A320 on real life and the thing the most impressed me on the IXEG is the feeling that you actually landing a jet. There are a lot of factors you must take account on your landings, things like your weight (heavier aircrafts are easier to land), the runway`s characteristics, the weather, etc. When you are flying an airliner, you must leave your ego at home, so a super smooth landing is in the end of the list of the things that you are aiming for. So always land on the touchdown zone, don`t scratch your tail on the runway, keep the G forces in the aircrafts limits and stop within the runway limits (with a good margin, please!!). Back to your question: If you do always the same thing on a landing, the result will be always different! Try to feel how is your aircraft behaving and time your yoke and throtle inputs on that, after some landings you`ll be closer to your expactations, for sure!
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