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Airbus Auto Pilot help.

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Hey guys, I'm kind of a noobie with FSX I spent so much time learning the 737 I am lost with Airbus aircraft anyone know of a basic Airbus Auto Pilot tutorial? I haven't found exactly what i'm looking for on google searches :/

 

 

 

 

 

 

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-Max


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you just basically fill out the FMC.... then Push in both SPD, and HDG to use the FMC as managed. Set the cruise altitude. the V/S should be blank.

So the FCU should look like this before takeoff." -LINE- DOT -LINE- DOT (altitude) DOT -LINE- "

 

Press FD, A/THR then take off. Push throttles to CLB detent.

100 ft after takeoff press AP1. then let the plane fly.

Pull throttles back to CLB Detent. Then wait till Top of Decent.

 

To descend set altitude then Push the knob in.

Airplane follows the descent path the way you programmed it into FMC.

 

Press ILS.

push LOC to capture localizer.

when you have the localizer then press APP to capture the glideslope.

Either Disconnect the AP at minimums, or press AP2 to do an autoland.

 

EXPED isnt really used unless an emergency.


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