I have a problem with a taxiway and BIKF Keflavik airport. My planes landing gear always seems to go beneath the ground. It’s the taxiway that leads up to Runway 29. I’ve uninstalled and reinstalled the app and cleared scenery cache. Nothing seems to work
Deleted my previous reply as I didn’t read your post properly. Bad habit when it comes to commonly simple issues like this.
Could you show me exactly where this is occuring? As there are several ways up to 29.
Try using a different runway.
Sometimes when I’ve spawned in the A380 my landing gears go beneath the ground because of the weight. Check stuff like that
We can see what he says, but from the picture this looks to be the taxi way…
Went up and down multiple times with A320, no issues on an IPad Mini 4 latest IOS, and IF version…
Nice catch! I see it now.
Please try the following steps in the exact order:
- Relaunch Infinite Flight (make sure you stop it from running in the background first)
- Before starting a new flight, Go to Settings —> General —> Tap “Clear scenery cache”. It’s in the bottom.
- Start a flight (try on Solo first)
If above does not help, try this in the exact order:
- Uninstall Infinite Flight from your device
- Power down your device completely
- Start your device back up again
- Install Infinite Flight and try again.
Since I have nothing better to do I tested all aircraft in IF on it, at diffrent weightpoints, no issues whatsoever on that same all up to date mini 4
I’ll bring it up with the guys at the airport editing team, see if they can fix it.
There’s nothing to fix. It’s not an editing issue.
Sorry guys I had some things to do and I meant to say RW20 not 29. I was parked at gate 7 and this persisted. This happened before with a United 767 but I ended the flight immediately to avoid any violations.Uploading…
Check out this topic, I had the same issue.
You mean to say 45 muinets of testing is invalid 😱
This has happened to me a few times where the aircraft is heavy (not overweight) and I “slam” the nose onto the runway (really hard).
You could use positive trim to assist you with keeping that nose from slamming down ;)
So to update my findings @schyllberg I have tested almost all the IF aircraft on a wider array of taxi ways to better align with the new runway and…
I had the same findings (on that same updated Mini 4)…
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