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MartyK

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Hi

 

Was wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction.

 

With the Boeings included with FSX i have learnt to fly autopilot by just using NAV HOLD, GPS and the A/P.

 

I understand though with planes such as the wilco ones and probably thousands other using the autopilot is a lot more advanced and realistic.

 

Can anyone please point me towards a tutorial which would help me understand the CDU, MCP and FMC properly in order to get the planes to fly autopilot.

 

I have eben reading the wilco tutorial for the 777 but it seems to jump in a bit advanced for me.

 

Was wondering if theres a better guide out there to help me with other planes which dont have that GPS Garmin feature.

 

I did try to follow the Wilco guide 4 times but its baffling that Flight Computer but i know this is the thing i need to use but was wondering if theres better guides out there for it or youtube tutorials?

 

Thanks guys.

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http://www.youtube.c...46&feature=plcp

 

By yours truly. I did this three, four years ago, so it probably isn't the most polished, but hopefully it will serve as a good primer for much better tutorials

that are out there, both written and on video :P

 

 

P.S. -- The Wilco 777 does NOT simulate a true Smith's FMC like PMDG products, Level-D and the Wilco 737 Pilot in Command (Evolution) series do. The Wilco 777

is a "lite" product and just does not flat out work on certain hardware configurations, let alone model any real complex navigation systems...

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I have eben reading the wilco tutorial for the 777

 

Hello

Please do not even think about buying this addon.

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