[MSFS] - TFDi Design – PACX v1.2.20 (Fixed)


Note: See README.txt after extracting! This upload fixes SimBrief which now correctly auto-imports the flightplan (look into the comment section if you only want to download the fixed executable).
PACX seeks to bring the feeling of responsibility and the significance of traveling with passengers and crew to your simulator.
• Announcements: Over 800 different sounds make every flight sound different. You will hear your actual destination, flight number, time of day, outside temperature, and flight-specific announcements like cabin lights dimming or customs.
• Passenger Simulation: Passengers will react to, and judge, events throughout your flight. A business traveler may be more affected by delays than a passenger going on vacation. Customizable career options can further affect the passenger feedback.
• Keeping Everyone Informed: Interact with your passengers and crew in a realistic, easy way.
• Direct Interaction: Using the announcement menu or the in-sim HUD, you can inform passengers of delays, diversions, aircraft problems, and more. You can also answer crew questions or request an update on their status. On certain aircraft, interaction can be initiated by pressing the appropriate in-cockpit controls on select third party aircraft.
• Vocal Interaction: Vocal recognition technology allows you to make realistic public addresses. Use this system to interact with your passengers and crew in a realistic way. If desired, you can hear your announcement played back like as if through a PA speaker.
• Progressing through Flights: In-flight incidents and a powerful, intuitive records system help make every flight count.
• Incidents: You may encounter dynamic and random medical incidents, reseating requests, and baggage issues. Some incidents just cause a slight delay, some require much more.
• Records: The records system automatically backs up your flights and lets you view your history. You can track your progression through your career with career mode, view statistics, and earn awards for flying performance.