Flight1 And Digital Aviation Release Fokker 70/100 Service Pack 1

Flight One Software, in partnership with Digital Aviation, would like to announce the official release of Service Pack 1 for the Fokker 70/100 Simulation product.

  • Virtual F/O raises gear at least at 30ft AGL and >500fpm minimum.
  • Bug in FMC displayed apporach speed and Vma display in PFD for F70 fixed.
  • Approach speed display in APPR Page fixed.
  • FS Flightplan load should find now the MS default flight plan path for FS9 and FSX for all language versions.
  • Some CDU bug fixes.
  • MAINT4 page added.
  • Intercon Server should work now for Windows Vista users too.
  • TCAS bug fixes.
  • Transponder can be switched to a IAS independent Mode C mode.
  • Multiple APU status indications removed.
  • Autobrake behavior enhanced.
  • Baro can handle inHg now.
  • FMC can handle lbs now.
  • ISDU crash on system selection fixed.
  • Keyboard support for flight controls.
  • Single DME tuning fixed.
  • Some small graphical corrections in 2D Panel.
  • External model engine cones fixed.
  • FDX enhanced in flare and ruder affectivity.
  • Additional minor corrections.
  • includes all corrections from previous updates and patches.

You can get the service pack by visiting http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=fokkerjet.

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

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