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  1. Since there seems to be a chance of getting a "diverting" or "returning to gate" announcement when you try to record a cabin announcement like, "Cabin Crew, seats for departure please", Is it possible to add a "canned" announcement from the F/O we can select for that?
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    Landing Data?

    Where does PACX get landing data? I just made what seemed like a pretty decent landing, but PACX says it was a "hard landing" of -867 ft/min. I was also running my VA's SmartCARS, and that reported -162 ft/min. That's a pretty huge discrepancy.
  3. On a few occasions, I've recorded a cabin announcement, while taxiing for takeoff, such as, "We are number X for takeoff. Cabin crew, seats for takeoff, please", and after a few seconds, an announcement dialog pops up saying, "returning to gate", but disappears again before I can cancel it. If there is no remedy for that error, can we at least get an option to cancel a diversion, etc? Otherwise, the rest of the flight is wasted. They'll never be happy again, no matter WHAT you do.
  4. Any length. Includes long-hauls and anything 2+ hours.
  5. I'm using SimBrief and setting flight times based on the airlines' flight status and FlightAware and FR24, but even though I arrive at the same time as the r/w flight, and almost always PACX has me up to an hour late. Interestingly, I can still get 100% satisfaction. How does PACX estimate the arrival time? Is there anything I can do to correct it?
  6. Same here. I always have thirsty passengers, even when snack/drinks and meals are selected.
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