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coryryder

Engine failure and fire takeoff at Muenster EDDG

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I think some people might find this informative, it confuses me but makes me want the AOA Training ASAP! These are not my videos he goes by the username "skysurfer007" on YouTube. I'm sure he's on these forums as well. Also he's a RL -800 pilot. And he may have a few suggestions/wishlist for the FMC/FMS that are not modeled in the PMDG NGX that maybe we can get updated in the future. Part 1

Part 2

Cory Elsenpeter

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WOW! I´m speachless. Very well done, considering he is alone in the Flightdeck.You can tell by this video, that he must be a very well trained pilot, Only wish I could do this, but I never in my life could be that good even if it´s a sim.I would suffer by a heart attack by doing and remember all that stuff under pressure. Whew.gif. GREAT VIDEO! Applause.gifApplause.gifApplause.gifApplause.gifApplause.gif / Leffe


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Awesome to watch a pro at work in his office ''under pressure''.


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Luke M

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great videos, watched them with great interest. is he really a real life pilot? sounds like one though :-)


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