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What is the current Status of the Milviz KingAir 350i?

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May I put this on our sales page? 


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2 hours ago, Milviz said:

May I put this on our sales page? 

Put what?

If you mean the guild/walk-through, yes no problem.

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Thanks for this Dave. It replaces my cobbled up one. Did you get my PM?

Ted


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2 minutes ago, Ted Striker said:

Thanks for this Dave. It replaces my cobbled up one. Did you get my PM?

Ted

Yes and corrected Ted thank you.


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6 minutes ago, Nyxx said:

Yes and corrected

Great. One question. What is "Speed to Mach" on page 6?

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16 minutes ago, Ted Striker said:

Great. One question. What is "Speed to Mach" on page 6?

Ted

In the FMS VNAV pagers for climb/cruise/descent. You will see your MACH speeds, press the speed knob to turn your speed to MACH not knots, and set to give you a target to set your speed to. 

I use MACH climb when above FL100 or when you feel its fit. Cruise should be in MACH and switch back to Kts in descecnt when you feel fit, I normally do it around FL150 


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1 hour ago, Milviz said:

Thanks

Your welcome,  I see its up. I hope it helps people.


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22 minutes ago, Nyxx said:

Cruise should be in MACH and switch back to Kts in descecnt when you feel fit, I normally do it around FL150

Thanks for the explanation Dave. I haven't had it over FL150 yet learning to fly it. I had a mental block thinking since it had props I wouldn't need to use the Mach setting. :blush:

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33 minutes ago, Nyxx said:

In the FMS VNAV pagers for climb/cruise/descent. You will see your MACH speeds, press the speed knob to turn your speed to MACH not knots, and set to give you a target to set your speed to. 

I use MACH climb when above FL100 or when you feel its fit. Cruise should be in MACH and switch back to Kts in descecnt when you feel fit, I normally do it around FL150 

Hi,

Change from IAS to MACH and vice versa is automatic around 20,000 ft; no matter you can manually switch it at any altitude when pressing the speed knob.

 

Tomas

 

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29 minutes ago, Ted Striker said:

Thanks for the explanation Dave. I haven't had it over FL150 yet learning to fly it. I had a mental block thinking since it had props I wouldn't need to use the Mach setting. :blush:

Ted 

Ive never been over FL170 myself 🙂


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Anyone is using the GMC 710 autopilot from Aviatek with this airplane?. I don't have access to Milviz's forum so I can't see if there is someone there talking about it.

 

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I searched for "Aviatek" in the support forum: nothing showed up.

Peter

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1 hour ago, qqwertzde said:

I searched for "Aviatek" in the support forum: nothing showed up.

Peter

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