Bush missions are special challenges in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. During these bush trips, fuel is going to be a major concern – the fueling stations won’t work, and the trucks won’t spawn at the airports. Since the flights are too long for a single tank, you will have to refuel at some point. But how? A substantial number of players have been wondering about this since the game’s launch. This guide will show you how to refuel during bushflights in Flight Simulator 2020.
How to refuel during bush trips?
There’s a simple trick to get around the fuel trucks on strike and the broken stations. All you have to do is go to the controls menu, make it show you all the commands (not just the assigned ones) and look for the one called “Repair and Refuel”. When you find it, you’ll see it isn’t bound to any key – simply bind it to something that isn’t already in use, and you’ll have your solution. Now just press the button you chose and you’ll be able to refuel during bush flights.
At this point we have no idea whether the normal way of refueling is supposed to work this way during bush trips or if it’s a bug, but thankfully the newly-bound command will help either way. Your tank will end up full to the brim and your plane ready to take off again, so don’t sweat the details.
Although this might seem like a tough issue to deal with, many players have been experiencing far worse problems, from crashes and poor performance to not even being able to download the game. Those who’ve managed to start up the game and play without any technical hurdles are often struggling with controls and getting the autopilot to work.