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PMDG 777 Full Flight Tutorial [SPANISH | CASTELLANO]

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Hi all,

 

I know there's a large community of Spanish-speaking virtual pilots using the PMDG 777. I decided to create this comprehensive tutorial in 11 parts and almost 5 hours for all Spanish-speaking members to enjoy!

 

Here's the master playlist:

 

PMDG 777 - Tutorial COMPLETO [CASTELLANO]

 

He hecho este tutorial de vuelo GCXO (Tenerife Norte) a LEVT (Vitoria) con el 777 de PMDG. Es un tutorial largo, de casi 5 horas, que describe con bastante detalle la operación del avión en un vuelo normal. Está dividido en 11 partes. Iré subiendo los vídeos a medida que se vayan cargando.

 
La parte 7, sobre "cosas que hacer durante el crucero" es opcional. En ella detallo el radar meteo, funciones avanzadas del FMC, por ej.: Creación de custom waypoints, página de Progress, velocidad de crucero y Cost Index etc. Para un primer contacto con el avión nos la podemos saltar y pasar directamente a la preparación de la llegada.

 

Índice de vídeos:
 
01 -
(4 min)
02 -
(28 min)
03 -
(36 min)
04 -
(40 min)
05 -
(16 min)
06 -
(29 min)
07 -
(57 min)
08 -
(32 min)
09 -
(32 min)
10 -
(17 min)
11 -
(8 min)
 
Detalles del vuelo:
GCXO Tenerife Norte - LEVT Vitoria
Distancia: 1200 nm
ET: 03:00 h
Nivel de vuelo: Par | FL340
FOB: 35 tons
 
Ruta: 
KORAL UG5 ESS UN871 VJF UN10 HIJ UZ230 TLD UN858 DGO
 
SID: KORAL 4J (pista 30)
STAR: DGO 1C (pista 04)
IAF: LOPNA
APP: ILS Z 04
 
Todas las cartas disponibles en AIP ENAIRE, excepto la carta de enruta a través del FIR Casablanca, disponible en el AIP de Marruecos:
 
Cartas GCXO - Tenerife Norte:

 

Cartas ENR - En-Ruta:

Islas Canarias - Espacio aéreo SUPERIOR No es necesaria en principio. La SID nos deja en KORAL

 

Cartas LEVT - Vitoria:

 

 
Los vídeos:

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Interesting. I'm not spanish but as portuguese I can understand quite well castellano. I'm pretty sure i'll enjoy (and learn with) these videos! Gracias Jaime.

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Interesting. I'm not spanish but as portuguese I can understand quite well castellano. I'm pretty sure i'll enjoy (and learn with) these videos! Gracias Jaime.

 

Muito obrigado Pedro! I hope you find those videos useful. If there's anything that's unclear don't hesitate to ask!

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I don't speak spanish...Great work!

 

Hi William, you can have a look at the tutorial flight I recorded in English here. Also most of my channel is in English, these are the first videos I recorded in Spanish. You can dive right in an find videos on Go-Around, ILS Approach, Touch & Go and more.

 

I must warn you, I did make some blatant mistakes in that tutorial flight: I didn't plan the weather, I didn't consider landing the 777 into a much too short runway, I went into Windshear and didn't perform a "textbook go-around". Also, this Spanish tutorial is a bit more "polished". It includes an EnRoute section (Part 7) in which I explain things to do while enroute (weather radar, FMC, FIX page, Cost Index etc)

 

I still think there's some good advice in my English videos and encourage you to watch them. For instance, I fly a VOR approach rather than an ILS and my explanations are valid all the way to the FAF. There is a discussion thread here.

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Hi William, you can have a look at the tutorial flight I recorded in English here. Also most of my channel is in English, these are the first videos I recorded in Spanish. You can dive right in an find videos on Go-Around, ILS Approach, Touch & Go and more.

 

I must warn you, I did make some blatant mistakes in that tutorial flight: I didn't plan the weather, I didn't consider landing the 777 into a much too short runway, I went into Windshear and didn't perform a "textbook go-around". Also, this Spanish tutorial is a bit more "polished". It includes an EnRoute section (Part 7) in which I explain things to do while enroute (weather radar, FMC, FIX page, Cost Index etc)

 

I still think there's some good advice in my English videos and encourage you to watch them. For instance, I fly a VOR approach rather than an ILS and my explanations are valid all the way to the FAF. There is a discussion thread here.

Thanks!

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Well Jaime, what can I say other than expressing my Gratitude for your dedication and superb work!

 

And, of course, being Portuguese, I can perfectly understand you, although I always sounded soooooo ridiculous when trying to speak Español :-)

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Muchisimas gracias Jaime, i don't own the T7 but it will be interesting to watch, surely!

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Muchisimas gracias Jaime, i don't own the T7 but it will be interesting to watch, surely!

 

Thanks a lot! If you fly any other Boeing, it will still be useful to you! Many things are very similar from Boeing to Boeing (FMC for example)

Well Jaime, what can I say other than expressing my Gratitude for your dedication and superb work!

 

And, of course, being Portuguese, I can perfectly understand you, although I always sounded soooooo ridiculous when trying to speak Español :-)

 

José, as always, muito obrigado ;)

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Hola Jaime

 

Your tutorial is excellent. What I really like is that you explain in detail every step you take. Your background as student of flight engineering is extremely valuable and makes understand the ins and outs of this plane. What a treat for Spanish speakers. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.

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¡Estupenda la serie, Jaime! Mil gracias.

 

Muchísimas gracias Walter!

Se me olvidó añadir que el hilo original de este tutorial (con toda la información, cartas y demás) está en ForoAviones.com

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