Author Topic: Invitation to Fly Jetstream J41  (Read 4677 times)

Chris Liu

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Re: Invitation to Fly Jetstream J41
« Reply #15 on: Mon 20 Mar 2017, 22:16 »
Yeah I took Chris H up for a refresher and I'm pleased to say he's certifiable  ::)  Actually refreshed me too as I didn't use FS2Crew so had to remember the FO's workflows.

Glad the FAQ helped Sean, basically if you're going to reduce the prop RPM or activate anti-icing, reduce thrust first so you're at the cooler white mark on the EGT (typically this is around 610'c), do your prop RPM adjustments and then push the power forward again to the EGT red line.
« Last Edit: Tue 21 Mar 2017, 00:37 by Chris Liu »

Benjamin Hall

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Re: Invitation to Fly Jetstream J41
« Reply #16 on: Tue 21 Mar 2017, 19:55 »
This aircraft sounds like a devil even compared to the Dash.
Pity I have p3d so can't experience the twin bbq.


Graham Bannister

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Re: Invitation to Fly Jetstream J41
« Reply #17 on: Tue 21 Mar 2017, 22:20 »
She's not a devil.
A feisty hot tempered vixen who has a serious affinity for blowing engines.

And as for descent... You got to slow her down before you bring her down or your descent and landing will be tricky escapade too.

She definitely makes you work for your reward.

Sean Donno

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Re: Invitation to Fly Jetstream J41
« Reply #18 on: Wed 22 Mar 2017, 19:59 »
Thanks Chris  :)


Circuits at EGLC with that 5.5 degree approach is how to learn airspeed and descents in this one  ;)