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777-200F in Prepar3d v2.4: Importing WX information

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Good Afternoon Everyone!

 

So hopefully a quick question for the community and or staff team:

 

- What's the best and most accurate method for importing wind data into the FMC? I'm currently running Prepar3d v2.4, ASN, and of course your gorgeous 777-200F. 

 

 

Thanks gang,
Benjamin J. Berenson

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- What's the best and most accurate method for importing wind data into the FMC? I'm currently running Prepar3d v2.4, ASN, and of course your gorgeous 777-200F.

 

Try the method mentioned in Tutorial #1.5. You can download it on our Downloads page on our website.

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Hey Kyle, 

 

By the way, I came across your YouTube channel and absolutely love the content. Thank a bunch for sharing your insights, and compiling these videos for the community. I've been following your PFPX tutorial as of late.

 

Best,

Benjamin

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Kyle, do you ever sleep? -_- Thanks for all the good input into these forums! :rolleyes:

 

haha - I do, actually. This weekend, though, my sleep schedule got all kinds of messed up because I got a text at 10AM on Friday saying "would you happen to be flying to Philly this weekend?" Of course, I said "nope, but I can make that happen."

 

What followed was an adventure that saw us watching the sunrise as we drove home from the airport after landing back at JYO...

 

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By the way, I came across your YouTube channel and absolutely love the content. Thank a bunch for sharing your insights, and compiling these videos for the community. I've been following your PFPX tutorial as of late.

 

Thanks! I've been slacking lately, but I've been pretty busy lately as well.

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Haha nice, no worries man :) I know it's all done through enthusiasm for aviation, the desire to share knowledge, and of course help others. 

 

I actually just started my training towards a PPL, something I've desired since practically high school! Finally scrapped together some extra pennies and quarters lol, they add up. Promised the wife it would be 100% discretionary income, though extremely supportive! 

 

Anyhow, I love PMDG aircraft... particularly how they feel in the sky. I've never been one to jump all over the prettiest aircraft, though the artwork and design is amazing as well. Hopefully you guys dish out more to we Prepar3d customers soon :) I just grabbed the 777-300 expansion by the way. Admittedly, she feels like an entirely different aircraft (just as the community expressed). Actually had to adjust my starting airport due to length restrictions lol. 

 

- Benjamin J. Berenson

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Thanks! I've been slacking lately, but I've been pretty busy lately as well.

 

November 2014 actually.  Let's go man step it up! :lol:   I want to see some P3D videos.

 

Seriously though, any ideas for the next video?

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November 2014 actually.  Let's go man step it up! :lol:   I want to see some P3D videos.

 

Seriously though, any ideas for the next video?

 

Someone sent me a PM over on YouTube and said I should do one on a VOR approach, but I'm 50/50 on it. From my old approaches video, I think it's clear that I don't like covering specifics when I feel like I should be laying the tracks at the base level.

 

...wait...didn't I actually do a VOR approach in that ROA Approaches video? I'll have to go back and re-watch it.

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