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B747 training videos...

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If you're a fan of the Queen of the Skies, Captain Peter "Britjet" is creating a serious of videos produced with Aerowinx PSX ( the most advanced Boeing 747-400 series flight simulator ever made available ... ) with interesting tutorials.

 

Peter is using Prepar3D for the visuals. Aerowinx PSX can provide enhanced World visuals using FSX, FSX-SE ( the one I am using ), P3D and even X-Plane and Google Earth.

 

Here's the link to the Aerowinx page where it is listed under Training Videos by Peter "Britjet"


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Two very interesting videos - that would apply  to some extent for any Boeing NG aircraft. Quite different from your average Youtube Sim Cockpit vid, one showing how to do a late "side step" approaching a  parallel runway, if requested by ATC, whilst keeping the automatics "in the loop", and another going through the intricacies of thrust derating for departure, using both assumed temperatures, and fixed de-rates. Well worth a view.

Thanks for the link JM,

Eugene

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