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Phenom 300 Tutorial & more

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To all,

This expanded tutorial is especially written for those who are new to the Phenom 300 and can also be helpful for existing users.

In this 67 page document I have tried to explain as much as I know about the aircraft and is very detailed with lots of screenshots.

Download via the link below.

Best regards.

Cees van der Linden

Phenom 300 Tutorial & more.pdf

PFPX Flight Plan

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Cees van der Linden

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Nice! thanks for share.


José Luís
 
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Great, thanks for making this available, love the Phenom 300 especially with the mods Bert provided.

Regards

Martin

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Thank you ! Very much appreciated.


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Thank you very much indeed Cees, very well done!


Best regards,
David Roch
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Thanks for all the kind words.

Have fun flying the 300.

Regards,

Cees


Cees van der Linden

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Hi Guys.

There is a neat programme called FlipHTML5. This will make a flip page style booklet for your pdf files. It has a free version, which is the one I use. It can be a bit of a guddle to set up but once you have it working it will, as I mentioned, make flip over page booklets. I like it but you may wish to simply keep the pdf format as is. I have used it for this Phenom 300 tutorial and it looks great in booklet format.

Here is a link to the Realair Beech Duke B60 in FlipHTML5 format. http://fliphtml5.com/dikf/abwf/basic

Regards...Ken

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Thank you very much  Cees, very usefull

regards

Pascal


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I don't have a gmail account to use to access google drive and I don't wish to create another email account.  Is there some other way I can still get the tutorial and flight plan?

Thanks!

Airbus


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