Performance files are usually created using realworld data and are not specific to a sim publishers addon. You merely adjust the weights accordingly to match the addon when adding a new aircraft, this can be saved as a template should you wish to add multiple registrations.
Post by BW901 (The Management) on Sept 20, 2020 10:05:15 GMT
Hi Mike, sorry I couldn't bring myself to use numbers which were so different to reality! As Stephen notes you can change weights in the PFPX Aircraft Editor.
The performance for the passenger aircraft is identical, it will be a matter of changing the OEW to match (maybe the MZFW as well but I can't remember offhand for the A306) and adding seats in the editor.
OEWs are one of the biggest bugbears in the simworld. No 2 real world aircraft were ever identical and to make life more complicated different OEWs were often used for the same airframe depending on the type of flight being operated; for example an A320 operating a short domestic flight in say Colombia would be carrying a lot less catering and possibly fewer cabin crew than when that same aircraft operated a service into the US, so different basic weights would be used on the loadsheet.