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Adding a picture for your aircraft

You can add a picture for your new aircraft as well. This picture will be displayed in the Main Options panel when your aircraft is selected. The image must be located in the Pics folder of the FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 installation, and must be saved with the same name as the performance file you created. If, say, the performance file is named MyAircraft, you should save the image as MyAircraft. gif. Although FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 will display a larger image, we suggest that you use an image size of approximately 300 x 110 pixels.

If you don’t include a custom picture for your aircraft, the default image stating that no image could be found for this aircraft will be displayed.

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F30

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Add rows to the table by clicking Add, and double-click each cell to enter a new value.

Note that the weight appears in descending order, with higher weights at the top of the table. Note also that the speed decreases for each flap call being made. The F2 call will not be made, since its speed is set to ‘000’.

  • Since the Gear Down call should occur together with the Flap

25 call, select the option directly beneath the F25 column. Leave the value in the ‘Gear Down’ Altitude box at ‘0’, or otherwise the

Creating a performance file for the Boeing 737-400 (part III)

  • Click Landing to open the landing data section.

  • In the table, enter the landing data presented below

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