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Kaboki

FMC programming

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I just took the time yesterday to learn howto manually add routes into the FMC and it wasn't as hard as I tought it would be(I actually enjoyed doing it)..

But I don't know howto add climb, cruise and descent altitudes. Anyone know any good youtube tutorials that explain howto add them..(I learn easier with video tutorials as I have  my laptop running the video while fiddling with the plane on the desktop. I hate manuals)

 

The tutorials I found only covered howto add the waypoints... So when I fly them I have to manually adjust altitudes...

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The FMC can not make you climb. You can enter altitudes and Flight Levels by presing the right buttons. But VNAV only goes down ;)


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Ah ok thanks, maybe I'll have to dive into the manuals to get VNAV set up right.

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I suppose  you seen  this  quick video on a simple set up of  the fmc

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ts5C9sXryO0


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