This is with the Sp3 version of Falcon4.
I find it curious that the Falcon F16 doesn't behave similar to a propeller aircraft when reducing the power setting on the throttle.
On a prop plane that is trimmed for level flight at a particular airspeed, the aircraft descends to maintain airspeed when the power is reduced. But the F16 seems to maintain level flight for a long time, when power is reduced, but the airspeed decreases immediately.
I wonder if it is because of the FLCS or whether this is intrinsic behaviour of jet aircraft with "relaxed static stability"?
Or is it just a short-coming of the sim's flight model ?
Wow SP3 thats old school - suspect the flight model was changed somewhat in some of the newer versions - it was definately worked on through the various Allied Force patches.