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adysmith
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Un restorable flight

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Flew Concorde from JFK to LHR yesterday, I had landed (FSA gave me a sink rate of 86 fpm, nice softy) but as I decelerated below 50 knots I got a BSOD :( :(

Restarted PC, restarted weather, FSA and FSX.
Loaded the FSA Autosave flight (paused it as soon as it finished loading) which was about 500 ft in the air on final approach.

Tried to "continue flight" in FSA but got a mismatch error :dunno: :dunno:

Only about four hours of flying wasted and I won't have chance to fly it again until next weekend :'( :'(
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Re: Un restorable flight

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adysmith wrote: 30 Jun 2020, 09:08 Flew Concorde from JFK to LHR yesterday, I had landed (FSA gave me a sink rate of 86 fpm, nice softy) but as I decelerated below 50 knots I got a BSOD :( :(

Restarted PC, restarted weather, FSA and FSX.
Loaded the FSA Autosave flight (paused it as soon as it finished loading) which was about 500 ft in the air on final approach.

Tried to "continue flight" in FSA but got a mismatch error :dunno: :dunno:

Only about four hours of flying wasted and I won't have chance to fly it again until next weekend :'( :'(
You should contact the FSA staff and ask them to either un-book or mark your flight as complete, if you wait till the weekend you will get charged for a cancellation for having left the flight booked for too long.
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adysmith
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Re: Un restorable flight

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