Post by BW901 (The Management) on Nov 5, 2020 10:47:40 GMT
By co-incidence the two 767-200 .per files available to subscribers cover the CF6-80A and PW4056 engines. The files cover weights up to 180,000kg and I believe the highest MRW option on the 767-200(ER) was 179,623kg. So, with the Aircraft Editor in PFPX open, edit the Empty Weight, Max ZFW, Max TOW, Max RAMP, Pax Capacity and Fuel Capacity values to match the Flight Factor values and those files will be good to go.
If you'd like to post the numbers you've worked with here it could be helpful for other users. The default weights in the files are representative of non-ER aircraft, that's the only difference.
Post by BW901 (The Management) on Nov 9, 2020 8:33:17 GMT
Works fine for me, I just ran TLV-ORD, SWF-JED, LGW-GRU as tests. I believe that only the maximum and minimum weights available to PFPX are set firm. You can change the various aircraft weights in the Editor and as long as the total weight (which is really all PFPX cares about when it's doing its calculations) remains between that set max and min PFPX will work with your edits. It is possible to simulate optional additional fuel capacity for say ACJ or BBJ, or even 737-300 retrofit belly-hold tanks, by simply changing the fuel capacity figure, and that'll work fine as long as you stay within the overall max and min weights and below the aircraft specific weight limitations you have set.
These files already included performance for higher 762ER weights, so they work OK.
As far as I can see OEW on the Flight Factor 767-200ER is 80127kg, and maximum fuel is 73028kg.