Would be a good feature for new old aircraft in the game.
In real life flaps and slats are controlled by a single lever
Not on some aircraft
Every Boeing and Airbus civilian aircraft since the 70s don’t have a slat lever
I’m sorry, but IF consists of most aircraft and not some aircraft.
Please name 3 civilian aircraft since 1970 that have it
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
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.
MaxSez: NASA Glenn Research Center Cntr. sez, Modern Aircraft; a “Single Lever”. It’s called. “System Integration”. ( Why have 2 when 1 will do!)
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…
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…
My bad, I went back and read the article, they are one lever. But still would be a good feature for new old aircraft