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Game talk - Beginner's Worlds / Re: Cancelling C check on aircraft
« Last post by deovrat on Today at 05:18:51 PM »
RI does not take a hit when the airplane is in heavy maintenance.
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General forum / Re: Missing aircraft models from database
« Last post by Tha_Ape on Today at 03:17:50 PM »
Another fleet group as complicated as the DC-8 coming to you, Sami ;)
Strangely enough, it seems it's from the same manufacturer... :laugh:
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General forum / Re: Missing aircraft models from database
« Last post by blackswan on Today at 03:16:06 PM »
hi,

All except the 33AF are missing. I mistakenly added that one..
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no I took only the High MTOW ones. Plus it's a 584NM route there. SGN-SIN is 590NM anyways, so even the low weight variant should be full capacity there. With the same kind of aircraft, I'm limited to 80Y on SGN-PEK, a 1834NM route. Most of my routes seem to have kept the old limitations I had set up earlier.

My mental southeast asia geography was a bit off. Carry on!
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Not concerned, but would that do any good to first use Muzhik's trick, and then remove the limit? Thus, the system that initially remembered a low limit now recalls a much higher one, and you won't be bothered anymore?

At that point, if successful, better set a limit at 300, or whatever figure higher than the largest plane you'll ever use on said route.
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I found this bug also in GW1

you can use manual block window - and set up 150 seats for example - so you will have fully booked plane again

do that on hundreds of routes and you will get old...
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I found this bug also in GW1

you can use manual block window - and set up 150 seats for example - so you will have fully booked plane again
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Is that a low mtow 733 assigned to the route?

no I took only the High MTOW ones. Plus it's a 584NM route there. SGN-SIN is 590NM anyways, so even the low weight variant should be full capacity there. With the same kind of aircraft, I'm limited to 80Y on SGN-PEK, a 1834NM route. Most of my routes seem to have kept the old limitations I had set up earlier.
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Is that a low mtow 733 assigned to the route?
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Game talk - Beginner's Worlds / Re: Cancelling C check on aircraft
« Last post by geoffreyc on Today at 12:02:56 PM »
If you cancel a check, the aircraft will be returned to you in the state it left - i.e. with the C check expired.  You will not receive any kind of refund - you've already paid for that check. It really isn't worth doing this as you risk being ramp-checked and fined for running an aircraft with an expired check. That's actually unlikely to happen (it can take weeks or months for the FAA to catch up with you) but there's still little advantage - you'll have to pay again to have it checked when the other one is back in operation and you'll still 'lose' the same amount of cash on the un-flown routes - just later rather than now. Ideally I guess you could try in future to stagger checks as it might make your figures look better, but it makes no difference overall.

Thank you for your reply, this makes a lot of sense!

I ended up leaving it ( I was less concerned with the cost aspect of it all, but rather worried my RI would take a hit ( as both planes flew to the same routes, meaning there was a big gap of my airline not serving any flights to that destination). The impact appeared to have been very minor so problems in the end !

Thanks again for the reply.
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