|Quoting Aaron747 (Reply 5):|
Why would you use crappy FS9 real weather in the first place? ActiveSky is the only way to go.
|Quoting BAW076 (Reply 6):|
And fs9 weather is NOT crappy.
|Quoting Qantas744ER (Reply 7):|
Correct! the thing people get wrong is that you need to turn on high alitude wind update aswell! becaus eif you dont the wind data will be taken from gound METAR info. and so the aircraft will be hit badly by wind changes. Look under the weather settings and turn it on FS9 weather will then no longer cause your plane to stall on massive wind changes...