Yea im working with only one good eye now so it was very distracting lol. Thank you!
Yeeeeees gonna be flying it right now!!!
Yes I have already checked that. I have it set so they are not hidden. I still am unable to see all names.
That’s normal if there’s a large traffic volume. The game can’t render everyone’s name at once (trust me, if it was like that, you would not want to use the option, period).
Anyone knows what this means? Is this new feature available for every airport or for only certain airports or am I just not getting it?
Just woken up to 1 update in the App Store, wonder what it could be😏
Thanks FDS! Update came out right before FNF 😀
Yes! Just came out!!!
Everywhere, every aircraft, you can now hear wind and sometimes city noises
I just completed an Atlantic crossing in the TBM from Newfoundland to Jersey
Just got my TBM!!! Thank you all on IF, can’t wait to try it!
After updating it says I now need pro in order to use any livery but generic and infinite flight on the CRJ-200
The updated ground handling is the best part of this update! You can really feel the weight of larger aircraft now on the ground and you have much more realistic taxing since more input is required to turn the plane. The TBM engine sounds are amazing, the quality level of aircraft keeps getting better which each update. Great Job FDS!
Allow me to show you my absolutely FLAWLESS -123 FPM landing!
@anon66442947 and @Grizpac were very jealous and mad that I didn’t crash, accusing me of using the A/P
Bus Rocco, how about yesterday during that training session - where i was waiting to Takeoff you you came in bouncing along the runway…you know the main landing gear touchdown first…not the front one first!
Thanks for keeping me updated.
I nearly missed my flight to Geneva this morning, woke up and the update was in App Store, had to try the TBM straight away!
Wait… I can’t hear the supposed city sounds… plus all the terrain is blue lol
Please don’t tell I’m hallucinating but do I see engine exhaust now? It’s that blurry stuff I see behind jet engines. I’ve seen it three times now on other aircraft.