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More complete and detailed checklists.

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Hello everyone,I'm trying to fly the Lear but the checklists available in FSX are so incomplete. I can't even figure out a cruise throttle setting. The 737 is much more detailed, I suppose because it's the one used in the lessons. Is there a place online where we can go to get more complete checklists and settings information on some of these simulated planes?Thanks,prattyyz

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Hello everyone,I'm trying to fly the Lear but the checklists available in FSX are so incomplete. I can't even figure out a cruise throttle setting. The 737 is much more detailed, I suppose because it's the one used in the lessons. Is there a place online where we can go to get more complete checklists and settings information on some of these simulated planes?Thanks,prattyyz
I like to use this site for some checklists when I can get my hands on the real deal.http://freechecklists.net/

Jeremy "rightseater" Fletcher

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prattyyz:which are speaking of -* checklists ARE short and cover the most important things, or reference in a few words a flow that pilots will follow. these few words mean multiple steps, procedures; and much is 'unstated steps' but known by pilots because of months and months of training and testing.* procedure and/or system guides are detailed and usually are multiple 100s, if not 1000s, pages long.a good resource for procedures and system review is http://www.smartcockpit.com/--


D. Scobie, feelThere support forum moderator: https://forum.simflight.com/forum/169-feelthere-support-forums/

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