To make the game have some up-to-float, I also have a Boeing 737 Trip Reminder Indicator is installed on the yoke. This indicator is also known as a "Trip-Counter" as well.

This indicator is normally found on the Capt on the right-hand side, and the F/O on the left-hand side of the yoke.

Initially, one has to use this indicator to get the pilot to remember the flight number (call sign) is.
The pilot, using his thumb to make the three-segment clock faces to move the flight in the fields below.

With the use of flight numbers composed of 4 digits, it would be a bit more difficult. You can be the first or last 3 numbers in the post.
Since I'm on IVAO, always with the same call sign to use (WCT02), do I have to place the indicator on the landing speed (VRef) in order to remember it. This will be done in the next day.


  • The "Trip Counter", I bought it for EFDE (In French).
  • It has been created using a 3D-printer out of black resin.
  • Inside, there are 3 draaiwieltjes to see the numbers.
  • The display is also equipped with a backlightverlichting (warm white or amber color), and the same for 5V or 12V power supply. Different colors of lights are available as well.
  • The round buisgedeelte is that the yoke need to get, it is dependent on the yoke, that is, you have to have it. You can choose to have a diameter of 30, 24 and 22 mm.
  • The "Trip Counter" is a completely gassembleerd, and has been tested.

The PFC yoke is located to the right of a plate. This can be removed using the rear 2 bolts to loosen.
In addition, there is an open hole 31 mm x 31 mm. So it is far too large to use the indicator is to be installed.
For this reason I am a formwork or mould made out of mdf with a circular hole of 22 mm. Enough for a tube diameter of 22 mm, to be installed.
Now, it's just a simple round buisgedeelte of the ‘Trip Counter’ to move to.
For practical reasons, I have made this Trip-Counter does not have backlighting.

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