FS2CREW - LEVEL-D 767 EDITION FSX
FS2CREW - LEVEL-D 767 EDITION FSX
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 FS2Crew: Level-D 767 Edition for FSX

"Fly your Level-D 767 just like Capt Dave Barrington..."

NOTE: There are two, separate versions of the Level-D 767: One for FSX and one for FS9. They are separate products. The FSX 767 Edition is a stand-alone product. If you are a previous FS9 Edition owner, please re-read the manual as the FSX Edition incorporate numerous changes and new features.

FS9 Version is available here.

General Product Overview:

  • Capt Dave Barrington has served as a technical consultant for FS2Crew 767, and the procedures modeled in the simulation reflect real-world practices.

  • The goal of FS2Crew 767 is simple: Maximum realism.

  • You and your First Officer will perform your duties, flows, scans, checklists, memory items, etc., and interact with the Cabin and Ground Crew just as you would in real life. You will even interact with the Operations staff and Engineering.

  • RVSM Checks, ETOPS procedures, you name it, FS2Crew 767 models it.

  • You can even let the FO fly the departure or perform a Monitored Approach if the weather is really ugly; indeed, you can do basically almost everything that you'd do if you were the Captain on a 767.

  • As the Captain, you'll even be required to handle new situations, such as dealing with a sick passenger. FS2Crew 767 even includes an air rage and a bird strike scenario (see the video).

  • While FS2Crew is primarily an audio experience, some minor graphic enhancements to the 767 have been added. FS2Crew has added the "Event" button to the Level-D 767. We added the "Secure/ Not Secured" Card that is placed on the pedestal. The FO will flip the card over as appropriate to indicate the cabin state.

  • The only thing that FS2Crew does not model are a few security related things which we cannot model in the interests of aviation security.

  • Of course, we recognize that most people do not have a week to read manuals, so a built in on-screen tutorial was added to help guide you along. It doesn't replace the manual, but it does help a lot in getting you up and running as quickly as possible.

  • FS2Crew 767 comes with a custom, international Pushback/Start Crew so if you're flying in the UK, you'll hear a British Start Crew; if you're flying in Germany, you'll hear a German accented crew, etc.

  • What's more, FS2Crew 767 features 3rd generation FS2Crew technology. Because FS2Crew 767 has access to the internals of the LVLD 767 via an SDK, FS2Crew was able to cleanly interface with the Level D 767 in the same way that was pioneered with the ATR edition.

  • That said, FS2Crew 767 is very different from the PMDG 737 version of FS2Crew. Users will mainly use joystick or keyboard buttons to interact with the crew.

  • Furthermore, you can now use Saved Start up files, so if time is limited, you do not need to start right from the beginning. This is a big time saver.

  • FSX version includes a working Tiller.

  • To sum up, FS2Crew 767 is very detailed product that adds a whole new layer of realism, depth and immersion to your Level-D 767.

This Edition of FS2Crew will totally re-invent your Level-D 767 experience!

Upgrade differences FS9 to FSX:

  1. The upgrade and associated enhancements work in FSX only (not FS9).
  2. The Main Button is now referred to as the Green Button.
  3. The Secondary Button is now referred to as the Red Button.
  4.  Keyboard/joystick assignments for the Green and Red Buttons are now controlled via the FS2Crew Start Center and use DirectX (Direct Input).
  5. FS2Crew adds a working tiller to the Level-D 767 (this is a unique FSX feature). The tiller is controlled via the keyboard, and can be opened via the Control Panel. To use the tiller, you will need to assign a key or joystick button assignment to the Increase and Decrease Decision Height FS events. The tiller can be opened and closed via the Master Panel, which is opened by left clicking on the Captain’s airspeed indicator.
  6. The original watch panel has been completely replaced to make it more user friendly; additional buttons have been added to it so that you may manually control the doors should the need arise.
    The Watch Panel is now referred to as the Setup Panel.
  7. A button was also added so that you may call for the fuel truck (another unique FSX feature).
  8. The oxygen panel has been updated and features more accurate operation.
  9. The majority of all panel graphics have been redone and feature improved night lighting.
  10. The PA panel has been brought over from the 747 and Airbus Edition; you may now make PA’s that include city names.
  11. If parked at a gate, FS2Crew will automatically command the Jetway to connect/disconnect.
  12. The general code has been tightened in certain locations.
  13. During engine start, the Green Button is used to start the left engine and the Red Button is used to start the right engine.
  14. The Mode Announce Panel is now opened and closed by ‘right’ clicking the Captain’s airspeed indicator.
  15. FS2Crew now turns the position lights on when you start the simulation.
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REGISTRATION KEY
This product does not have a registration key, you can simply execute the downloaded file to install
REQUIREMENTS
Flight Simulator X FSX Level-D 767
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