Seperate Slat Lever

Would be a good feature for new old aircraft in the game.

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In real life flaps and slats are controlled by a single lever

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Not on some aircraft

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Every Boeing and Airbus civilian aircraft since the 70s don’t have a slat lever

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I’m sorry, but IF consists of most aircraft and not some aircraft.

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Please name 3 civilian aircraft since 1970 that have it

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I’m not quite sure what you mean? Please explain further.

Basically there are no aircraft that have it which could qualify to be included in IF

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All modern airliners have flaps and slats controlled by one lever. The small exception is with some Airbus aircraft, flaps 1 only extends slats. Flaps 1+F extends flaps and slats.

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MaxSez: NASA Glenn Research Center Cntr. sez, Modern Aircraft; a “Single Lever”. It’s called. “System Integration”. ( Why have 2 when 1 will do!)

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Your request is very specific and I couldn’t find a lot of results, the only aircraft I could find for sure that has a seperate slat lever after 1970 was the Hawker Siddeley Trident, DC10, and MD11

MD-11 and DC-10? You may want to look on to that one…

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Accidently put out the slats on the MD11, and only the slats…

Like I said there is almost no information on this so this was the ony thing I could find, besides the Trident

On the third paragraph, it clearly says "…the FLAP/SLAT actuation handle…

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My bad, I went back and read the article, they are one lever. But still would be a good feature for new old aircraft

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