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Richard Smith

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« on: October 08, 2017, 09:46:58 AM »

Hi, the jetway always sits too low, this is at the heavy gate.



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Gary Summons
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« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2017, 08:25:03 AM »

The Jetway uses the FS inbuild default Jetway system and uses the aircraft door location as the target. If works fine for all default aircraft, so your addon aircraft may have fault in its door location parameter or be beyond the range of the system(too high maybe). Use a default aircraft to test this out the Jetway.

Unfortunately I'm not able to change the programming of the default Jetway system as its is hard coded. I am hoping to use the SODE Jetway system next year to replace them.
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Richard Smith

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« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2017, 07:38:24 PM »

The Jetway uses the FS inbuild default Jetway system and uses the aircraft door location as the target. If works fine for all default aircraft, so your addon aircraft may have fault in its door location parameter or be beyond the range of the system(too high maybe). Use a default aircraft to test this out the Jetway.

Unfortunately I'm not able to change the programming of the default Jetway system as its is hard coded. I am hoping to use the SODE Jetway system next year to replace them.

I tested on a default 737 and it fitted fine, like you say it could either be the addon aircraft or out of it's range, at another airport (Not UK2000) the jet way sits too high instead.  Undecided

I look forward to the sode upgrade. Smiley
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