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Boeing 717 Navigation descent arrows (blue)

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Good Morning,

Are the blue arrows used when in V/S  mode be added/modelled with the TFDI 717? Just wondering

 

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4 minutes ago, gamesyns said:

@turbofandude Any ideas?

PLEASE! HAHA :D

On 5/20/2017 at 1:19 PM, ROMAN06 said:

Good Morning,

Are the blue arrows used when in V/S  mode be added/modelled with the TFDI 717? Just wondering

 

Roman06

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Is saw in another post what I believe I'm describing in this post. He called them the ND "Level At" indications (Hockey Puk indications) and intercept At indication. I believe its white when climbing and blue when descending. Thanks!!

 

 

 

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Just purchased yesterday. Fantastic model. My first observation was the hockey stick Vpath was missing so very interested.

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On 1/4/2018 at 7:38 AM, Torkermax said:

Just purchased yesterday. Fantastic model. My first observation was the hockey stick Vpath was missing so very interested.

Which part are you looking for? The vertical deviation indicator? That should be there - the level off arrows aren't, however.

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The indicator (Hockey stick) that indicates where the decent path ends or in climb where it ends, for a set altitude. I believe its blue on the MD's. The green arc on a Boeing. Hope that make sense. guess it would be called the "Level off " indicator.

 

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