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okay thank you
this is me personally....i cant speak for anyone as I know myself as one of the biggest procrastinators ever in life lol. Ive done what you do and am doing it now. I'm in school, working 60hrs a week, Record music for leisure, plus a new father to a beautiful daughter. I know how bad it can be but ...
- 27 Jul 2011, 04:11
- Forum: News and previews
- Topic: A380 Virtual cockpit previews
- Replies: 394
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please people, keep the silly questions to yourself (read the faqs or see if your q has been asked) and keep the tone down. its exactly these sort of arguements that break up groups like pairbus, some of us here actually are patient and are grateful (not saying you arent but some seem it sometimes) ...
- 02 Jul 2011, 21:35
- Forum: Texturing
- Topic: Hey, this was my 50th Project Airbus repaint
- Replies: 3
- Views: 2318
Congratulations tomthecat73! Can't wait to see more project's in the future and have enjoyed your ones from the past. Always high quality.
some people have been painting for years and still havnt chnaged. and the jaggy lines etc arent a computer specs problem, obviosuly you dont understand what i mean so lets just drop the subject.
196,210lbs / 89,000kg MTOW is straight from the A321 TCDS. More specifically, from an unmodded A321-211/231. If you want to use the actual aircraft's certified weights for your edits, you should be looking at the TCDS. There are a few different variants listed: http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Gui...
yeah i know, but they're the overall facts if ya get me. im just wondering esg, i cant remember if it was the iae or cfm variant, but i noticed in one of them the mtow was like 196k pounds did you get the specs from a carrier or how much the cfm/iae can handle?
You're right there is, but this quality is much better!Brett-Hill wrote:Forgive me for saying this if im wrong... but isn't there already a cargolux livery for the 747-8F...