TFDi Design‘s forthcoming MD-11 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is generating substantial excitement among virtual aviators, and Captain_Mac‘s recent preview video delves deep into one of its standout features: the Longitudinal Stability Augmentation System (LSAS). The video begins by emphasizing the paramount importance of LSAS in shaping the MD-11’s overall flight experience. It introduces viewers to the aircraft’s impressive exterior and cockpit details, setting the stage for an immersive simulation experience.
The core of the video revolves around the detailed explanation of LSAS, elucidating its critical role in enhancing the MD-11’s flight dynamics. Captain_Mac illustrates various facets of LSAS, from Pitch Attitude Protection (PAP) and Positive Nose Lowering (PNL) to Pitch Attitude Hold and Pitch Attitude Limiting. These features work harmoniously to improve pilot control and aircraft stability during crucial flight phases like takeoff, landing, and altitude changes.
Furthermore, the video highlights the significance of Pitch Rate Dampening, High-Speed Protection, and Low-Speed and Stall Protection. These components contribute to a smoother, safer, and more authentic flying experience. TFDi Design’s MD-11 is poised to set a new standard in flight simulation, offering aviation enthusiasts an exceptionally detailed and realistic aircraft, complete with LSAS, which promises to be a game-changer in the world of virtual aviation. Stay tuned for its highly anticipated release in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020.