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    Pax cabin

    Hello, just wondering if there is a way to delete the passenger cabin ( maybe modifiyng a bit the aircraft cfg) so to increase FPS. I really don't know who would care about nice and shiny pax seats...🙄 Thanks.
  2. Thanks for the answer.
  3. Sorry for the late step into the conversation but I just started playing around with the Ejets V3 SP2 and I was looking for some answers about the RNAVs...Maybe its me but they don't seem capable to perform what Embraer calls "VGP," which as you know is RNAV with GP guidance. I agree with the last sentence of this post: the only way to get around it is to keep VNAV. Are we missing something? Or the virtual E-jets can't do it? I do this stuff for living (not on the Embraer though) so I think I have followed all the procedures kind of right. Thanks!
  4. Sorry for the late step into the conversation but I just started playing around with the Ejets V3 SP2 and I was looking for some answers about the RNAVs...Maybe its me but they don't seem capable to perform what Embraer calls "VGP," which as you know is RNAV with GP guidance. I agree with the last sentence of this post: the only way to get around it is to keep VNAV. Are we missing something? Or the virtual E-jets can't do it? I do this stuff for living (not on the Embraer though) so I think I have followed all the procedures kind of right. Thanks!
  5. Hello guys and happy new year. I just installed the Ejets V3 SP2, very nice product. I was looking here and there and I found a video on youtube by Embraer, which looks like an actual training video. It shows whats so called VGP, basically an RNAV approach with a fake glideslope which engages arming the APP mode...so LNAV plus APP = VGP. From a Boeing pilot that looks awesome 😁 am I missing something? Or it's just not implemented in the package? Thanks!
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