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Lern to fly a real 738 within one month

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Look at this belgian TV guy and his efforts to master a 738 from scratch within a couple weeks. Simply incredible:

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Plot twist: they tried with an airbus 320 first, but they spent almost one year trying to understand all that ecam status fbw oeb alternative law and more french things, so they decided to change to a real aircraft. Nice video!

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I watched the whole thing.....totally...AMAZING.  My heart was in my throat for this guy....what a great job!  Wow.....

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Old feelings returned like they were yesterday ... especially the solo.

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Great video!

 

Retired UAL captain Mike Rays real world check ride manuals (757/767/737/747) it tells you over and over again to just put it on the runway, don't try to grease it. Glad to see they stuck to that here!

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The key is having such a great and experienced teacher. Most CFI's are teenagers or 20-somethings with a few hundred hours. It would be like new drivers giving driver lessons to permit holders. I never understood that part about flying.

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