REPOSITIONNING FINAL with 10% Glide Slope (6°)

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PHILIPPE LOGEAY
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REPOSITIONNING FINAL with 10% Glide Slope (6°)

Post by PHILIPPE LOGEAY » Tue Jan 24, 2023 8:10 pm

Hello,
As DC10 TRI, SFI 777 and FI SPL i would like to tell you how we enjoy that wonderfull software Condor 2 . We just purchase that marvelous tool for Planeur Club de Niort (LFBN), France.
We just have one question: Is it possible to build a command keyboard in order to reseat a glider 4 km at 400 m for a long final (6° glide slope)?
For example LFMX 03/4/400? . Such a reset command will be very useful to learn trainees using airbrake keeping trajectory with changing speed or keeping speed with trajectory variations.
By the way, we also need displaying moderate or severe wind shear at landing.

Thank's for your attention.

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Re: REPOSITIONNING FINAL with 10% Glide Slope (6°)

Post by OXO » Tue Jan 24, 2023 8:31 pm

Please talk to FFVP about these requests. They may have some information for you …
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Re: REPOSITIONNING FINAL with 10% Glide Slope (6°)

Post by havet865 » Wed Jan 25, 2023 12:36 pm

Hi Philippe,

Please contact me and Jean-François Gombault.
You can PM me if you don't have my email.

Have a nice day,
Antoine Havet

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Re: REPOSITIONNING FINAL with 10% Glide Slope (6°)

Post by PHILIPPE LOGEAY » Sat Jan 28, 2023 1:42 pm

So nice to meet you Antoine, and thank's a lot for that quick answer,

My email: *********
Tel : *******

Have a nice day
Philippe

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Re: REPOSITIONNING FINAL with 10% Glide Slope (6°)

Post by OXO » Sat Jan 28, 2023 1:59 pm

Phillippe,

I deleted your phone and email so you dont' get spam..

But I sent them to Antoine first :)
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