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I apologize if this has been asked before.  I have had the 737 NGX since it first came out but have never really messed with it very much.  I now want to get into it and learn the in's and out's of the plane.  My question is is it better to start with the second tutorial which has in it the cold and dark procedures, or the first tutorial that was released.  Or is it important at all which one I should start with.  Thanks.

 

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Start with the first one, the second is slightly more complex and also deals with fuel planing. And here are some tutorial vids on you tube, they are very good.


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Well obviously start with the first tutorial and then move to the second.

You may also want to check out the Tom Risager tutorial (http://www.nobleair.net/library/manuals/737NGX_Tutorial.pdf). I've done it too, liked it very much. I did in between tutorials 1 and 2 (since No. 2 was still unavailable at the time). With that you'll be pretty much set. For more advanced stuff use this forum section of course (and Boeing manuals!!! PMDG didn't license them for nothing!).


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It may seem more logical to start from cold/dark, but it's not necessarily so.  Do them in order.  It'll help spread the learning curve out a bit (and tutorial 2 makes several references to tutorial 1).


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OK.  Thanks for the quidance.

 

Welcome!  Let us know if you have any questions as you go through them.


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My flow for learning the bird is:

- Tutorial 1

- Tutorial 2

- FCTM

- FCOM

- brief look at the QRH structure

- YouTube

- purchase of the 737NG family and gain some 'hands on' experience in few flights

- reading all the stuff again

 

I am somewhere in the middle right now, finishing the first FCOM. If You want to read only the tutorials, that's fine. They cover a lot.


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