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Can you start in the air

Jailmouse Guest

Well i was wondering if you could start in the air on this edition of flight sim 2004

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

Hello Jailmouse! As I know, you can't start the plane in the air. When you change the Longitude and Latitude you start on the ground, not in the air.

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John Hodges (originalgrunge) Captain

The closest I've come to starting in the air is going to the longitude and lattitude of my choice, hitting the y key, and then the f4 key (y again when you reach the proper altitude). That's how i get the sail-plane into the air usually.

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Netz Rafi (Rafi) First Officer

Among other suggestions:
You can start in the air by saving your original flight (take off and fly) at a certain point in the air (other name) and the next time just select your saved flight. Just pay attention to your controllers (throttle, mix, and a long “so on…”.)
I do not know how the ATC staff will respond.
Other way just doing it with slew commands but I would not like to be at that plane as a passenger

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tomthetank Chief Captain

😀 If you have a favorite approach and landing,or flying long haul and cannt finish hit Alt/flights/save give it a name and discription and save(tick the save as default if you want and then this will be the flight you are presented with every time you start fs9)

I have loads of flights save this way,mostly about 100/75 miles out from landing

Hope it helps

PS ATC responds with a call to every single aircraft in the sector,so if you have add traffic you may have to wait a while to get your answer

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tomthetank Chief Captain

😀 Check out some d/loads called Doherty's Difficult & Dangerous Approaches (go to Avsim and use the search engine)
They all start in the air
Also for a slightly more realistic approach try here ➡

http://fsadventures.net/adventures.htm

👍

Jailmouse Guest

Thanks you were really helpful sorry for my late reply i have been on holiday down cornwall,i was in that major flood aswell!!!!!!

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Elkinallen First Officer

Something what I do( this works good for multiple approaches) I slew the plane up and out 10 miles. When I unslew, the aircraft is at a flying speed and very easy to keep it in the groove. SOMETIMES, I have to go to the map option and set the airspeed back up to approach spped. After landing, regardless of the speed, I sleeeeEEEEEEWWW it back!!!

Works good.

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