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In the aircraft this display is in front of the pilot. it shows the pilot what malfunctions the plane is experiencing.
 
In the aircraft this display is in front of the pilot. it shows the pilot what malfunctions the plane is experiencing.
  
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* A '''red line''' guides the pilot to the panel where the malfunction can be solved.
 
* A '''red line''' guides the pilot to the panel where the malfunction can be solved.
 
* be careful, making the wrong move will make the plane lose altitude faster.
 
* be careful, making the wrong move will make the plane lose altitude faster.
  
 
== Engines ==
 
== Engines ==
Resolving engine failures in the following sequence will stop descent for a short duration
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Resolving engine failures give you the [[Maintain Bonus]] if resolved in order from top to bottom
 
* {{#tag:bpin| |context=engine_fire}}[[Fire Suppresion|Fire]]
 
* {{#tag:bpin| |context=engine_fire}}[[Fire Suppresion|Fire]]
 
* {{#tag:bpin| |context=fuel}}[[Fuel Routing|Fuel]]
 
* {{#tag:bpin| |context=fuel}}[[Fuel Routing|Fuel]]

Revision as of 08:48, 9 July 2019

In the aircraft this display is in front of the pilot. it shows the pilot what malfunctions the plane is experiencing.

  • A red line guides the pilot to the panel where the malfunction can be solved.
  • be careful, making the wrong move will make the plane lose altitude faster.

Engines

Resolving engine failures give you the Maintain Bonus if resolved in order from top to bottom

Systems

Prototypes