Aircraft weight and balance

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Norwegian737Project
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Aircraft weight and balance

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What program are you guys using for PAX/baggage load into the Jetstream?

I notice that the airplane is extremely nose-heavy if I just fly it as it is default.
It would be good to have a program that deals with the PAX and baggage load of the airplane as the
default MSFS load editor is crap.. I use the ProSim interface to alter the fuel quantity.

It would be good to have a W&B program that can run on my instructor station PC through WideFS..

But wouldn't I have to reload the Jetstream after altering the PAX weights?

Just curious as to what you guys use... :D
Sas541
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I use Topat and it seems to work well.
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Can TopCat run over WideFS?
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yes, you can send your load/fuel data via WideFS
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Thanks for the tip, I will try it out when the time comes :P
Sander

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Hello,

We are working on a solution to implement a W&B sheet into the instructor panel.

Best regards
Sander
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Sounds nice, but already have TopCat. Thanks anyway.

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But that doesn't mean you can stop working on the W&B sheet in the instructor station!!!!
Some people don't use Topcat and are interested in your work! ;)
Regards from Germany
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flymic wrote:But that doesn't mean you can stop working on the W&B sheet in the instructor station!!!!
Some people don't use Topcat and are interested in your work! ;)
Before everybody jumps to (the wrong) conclusions, I did not imply that work on a W&B sheet should be stopped. On the contrary.

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There was a ;) smilie behind it!!!
Maybe I should really mark my posts as sarkasm or joke... :cry:
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