FSX Tutorial | G1000 Advanced Tutorial in the Flight 1 King Air 200

hello YouTube captain Mac here and this is going to be a more advanced tutorial on the g1000 something you’ve probably looked at the title and said we already did a Jean 1000 tutorial and we did that was for the default g1000 that comes with fsx it’s available in the Cessna and I think there’s one available in the beech Baron as well and it’s pretty neat it’s got a few functions on it’s a little better than flying without it I suppose but certainly not as good as a g1000 can get the one we’re going to look at today this is a little more advanced this is the oh wow my throat just like caught on me there this is the g1000 that you’ll find in the flight one software King air or beat Super King Air 200 and it’s certainly got a lot more functionality available than the default fsx has that being said I found some tutorials on a real world g1000 and this thing doesn’t come close either I mean not even a little bit there’s about a billion more things you can do but they did a pretty good job with this one and it certainly has a lot more to it than the default fsx and so I thought you know what there’s a few different companies out that I think Karen Otto does a couple aircraft with G 1000 M and so on and they’re probably going to be relatively similar to this one and since we’ve already done a basic tutorial this advance should give you a little more idea of what else is available so even if all the functions that are in this one aren’t in yours or yours has some functions that aren’t available in this one it should at least get you on the right track to being able to figure it out so enough about that let’s hop on in the aircraft here and as you can see we’re sitting at San Diego here I’ve got the aircraft all fired up and ready to go we’re not actually going to be anywhere my sins being really choppy right now because I’m actually in the I’m actually processing a video right now as I’m making this video so my computer scream and go what bro but let’s go ahead we’re going to do this just like pretty much the same way we did on the last one we’re going to start with the primary flight display here and then we’ll move over here to the nav display we’ll go all the way around the thing taking a look at all the functions that are available and there’s quite a bit we can do with this thing so let’s just hop right on into it I’m going to pop it up so it’s easier to see and let’s see if we can make this it’s a little a little narrow there to me so make it a little bit bigger there so we’ll just start right over here in the top left corner this is our nav radio tuning knob here as you can see you’ve got namwon and nav 2 now if you push the center button here it switches between nav 1 and M to the active navigation radio is highlighted white with a blue box around it and the blue box also indicates the inactive frequency so if we’re going to change frequencies this will be the one we change this is our active frequency here so it’s hop back up to nab one and to tone a frequency on this it’s really similar to what it was in the default of SX G 1000 this thing’s a little touchy so you can see that when I come over here I get my plus sign and you get that almost all the way to the center there that’s all for adjusting the same number I think that’s the kilohertz this tequila Hertz kilohertz and this is the megahertz I could be wrong about that but either way this is for adjusting the numbers on the right and if I come down to the bottom here it’s still adjusting the numbers on the right so I go over to the left here it’s still adjusting the numbers on the right if I go up to the top then it adjusts the numbers on the left which I believe is the measure so for whatever reason a little quirk about this thing I figure to just show that right away if you want to adjust your the kilohertz or the smaller portion of your frequency here you can use any one of these three sides and then of course to adjust the megahertz here you’re going to use the top and it’s as simple as that so you scroll scroll on the top of the wheeler and that’s all I’m doing I’m using the scroll I could probably I can click here with the plus sign left-click the mouse and it goes up go to the minus sign left-click it goes down I always found it just a little easier to scroll I can get to where I wanted really quick choose my megahertz flip over to the side here she’s my kilohertz and I’m good to go so if that was the frequency I wanted then all I need to do is press this button

right here and it switches them and that is now the active frequency and it just so happens that that is a legitimate frequency for APO R so you notice that the three three-letter identifier for the vor popped up right here and the vor needle who changed down here now we’ve got an offset bar and so on and just like just like we did with our discovery we do with our vor when we reduce regular instruments we can challenge our course heading so that this is this pointer my brain doesn’t want to function for Sanders we change our course heading to the pointer points in the direction of the vor and of oregon’s is not a vor tutorial the point is right now we are to the left of the course required to collect a that we are mark we’re not but I’m not going to go any closer than that on it otherwise we’re going to end up with another vor tutorial and we don’t want that once again you can just push the center make sure there’s no plus or minus I just push the center of the button there and it will switch to nav – and you can adjust your M – radio fantastic let’s get down here – all the good functions that are part of this gene 1000 all of these buttons down here they’re called soft keys I think the reason it comes off and that keep forms kind of changed lower your poison for example we’ll start over here with the insect and I have no insight but when I press it you see a little inset map pops up and this map is a representation of this right here that’s that’s handy so that we don’t have to look over there especially in the sim because in the sim it can sometimes be hard to look to the left to the right so having that little pop up and there’s fantastic however there’s a lot going on on there it’s really hard to see anything so I can use the declutter function right now it’s not decluttered at all if I press it once it gives me declutter one and you saw that covered a little bit of the information that’s on that inset map and it includes it traffic just so you know there’s an aircraft coming in right now if I hit the declutter button again declutter too you can see that got rid of a lot of information made it a lot easier to see and then declutter three will get rid of everything else including the traffic and now I have a pretty good view of that all that being said one thing that can be a little frustrating here is you have to realize that your range map is this guy over here okay so if we want to zoom in we go to the left side here and I’m using the scroll wheel again I typically use the scroll wheel and if we want to zoom out we go to the right side here so let’s just declutter back one or two here we can see that traffic coming in if we want and that’s your inset map now along with that you can see right above this here I’ve got my outside air temperature and I’ve got my difference between our standard standard temperatures down atmosphere which is the second case for 60 degrees above 16 degrees Fahrenheit above standard temperature good information if you want to do real world operations and really get serious about it that is definitely some information you’ll need I can also click it off just like that those remain right there they’re not part of the inset map but they show up right below so they’re easy to find there all right let’s turn that off and get it out of the way on top over here to the PFD primary flight display that’s this guy and if we click on the PFD we get a whole bunch of options popping up over here now I have on my other screen over here on this side you can’t see it traffic either yes I know the traffic come when we saw it I’ve actually got a flow chart that tells us where everything goes here so when if you decide to purchase the flight one King Air you look in the manual you go down to page I’m on page 31 and it tells it gives you a flow chart of how everything works so we can start out with our flight director format it’s this guy right here and if we click on that we can choose single queue or cross pointer now the grayed out area is the currently active one so right now it’s active on a single cue if I switch it to cross pointer now that one’s active and you can see a change to a different type of flight director there there’s our single cue that’s a little yellow triangle there and there’s our cross pointer there and those are the only options available to us in the PFD Ft format mode here would flight director format mode so me personally I think the single key works just fine so I usually leave it on that and then all I have to do is hit the back button that takes me back to that first page now keep in mind this is the first page we went PFD then ft format when I hit back it goes all the way back to the beginning so you have to remember that if you’re trying to navigate through here quickly so if we hit the PFD again we’ve got DF LTS you know what this is going to the screen the sound is going to go quite here for a second but I just want to double check DF LTS I’m looking over here where is it there it is it it says you press it to reset the PFD options to the default selections okay so default selections

that make sense that’s what DF LTS is so if we’ve made a bunch of changes we wanted to go back to where it was when we started we can press on the default selections key and it’ll reset our ending force which is fantastic the wind key here when you click on that it actually gives you four different options option 1 2 3 and off and I don’t think we’re getting any wind information so when I click on option 1 it says no wind data option – no and option 3 no Indiana long and short of it is it’s a different display in this little box for how the wind the window relative to your aircraft is displayed so really it’s very simple you go in here option 1 2 or 3 and decide which one has the best display for what we’re trying to do and that’s the one you go in it doesn’t really matter that I don’t have any wind dad is going on right now because you can choose it on your own but just know that that’s how you choose them and you can also turn it on by clicking over here on the off button so we’ll leave it off for now since we don’t have any wind data and we’ll hit the back button and look it took us all the way back to the home page if you will again so let’s hit the PFD one more time and let’s see what else we got on the DME switch here that’s all it is is DME is telling us it’s a little pop-up here that tells us the distance from where we’re at to whatever we have tuned in to they have one right so if I press on bearing 1 that gives me the bearing right here to IPL right bearing to puts it down over here so basically what I’m doing by pressing on these is I’m changing the information that’s available in my little in sets down here see that there’s my ADF nothing turned the DME off nothing click it on that’s DME to NAV one okay that’s my bearing to jli alright so notice that it’s using nav 1 it’s using the currently the vor that’s input into the nav radio right now my frame is not one of function guys so JL I you see up here highlighted in green jl i 114 point zero one fourteen point zero and that’s where its points so this blue arrow is telling us that this is the direction we need to fly to intercept this view our track inbound if i press it again it gives me some different information using now it’s using gps not nav one there’s a difference and it’s given me a completely different distance as well so it must be a different way point that it’s referring to in that case and then up the automatic direction finder we have not done a tutorial on some of this stuff yet so i’m really not going into depth of just showing you the options that are available here and then bearing two is basically some of the same information okay so enough about that i don’t want to confuse you guys because this is not a tutorial on ADF DME be yours and that stuff this is just about this gene one down alright alternate units if i press that i can change between inches of mercury which is let’s say two nine or nine or two is standard pressure as a two nine or nine or two two Niner look two-niner point nine or two inches of mercury that’s what inches is I can change the hectopascals and that’s where you get here 10:13 hectopascals that’s what HPA is he was wondering I like to leave it at inches and I can also change between feet meters if I click it there so you look right now my altitude for my autopilot my altitude reference is set to 1500 feet if I click on the meters button it changes and now it shows me now I still got 1500 feet but it adds meters in there as well so I can use both of those fantastic and let’s hit the back key and guess where we went back to the home page so if the PFD one more time let’s just make sure we covered everything we did alternate units the standard barometric pressure try to press that it automatically Tunes this to standard barometric pressure of two night or 0.9 or two you can press it again for time reference and I can actually start or stop my stopwatch so let’s press that off for a second and let’s see we’ve got our V refs are on there and they’re turned on we can change those if we want but you’re going down here and then if we use the it should be of the changing these knobs are very very very fickle okay there we go so on the bottom here I can change my V ref speed and if I go to the left or right here I can scroll down so right now the ref is on if I scroll on the bottom here I can turn it off or back on and the same would be said I could go down here for the V rotate and

so on okay and I can also put my minimum 12 so if I scroll all the way down to minimums go to the bottom turn minimums to barometric pressure or I can turn them to Radio altimeter Radio altimeter is basically a radio on the bottom of your aircraft sends a signal down to ground and bounces back tells you how high you are if I want to use that then I can go ahead and just tune in let’s say we wanted to do 50 feet we want to know when we’re 50 feet above the ground we’re good to go press the center button and we’re done press it again if we can change we can put the timer or we can go over here and that counts up by the way we can change that to countdown so if we want to want it to countdown then we would set it to down okay we would scroll back over here and we would change that we would have to change this time to what we wanted to start at right if it will let me oh it’s still set to to go up well maybe it doesn’t work right I played with this thing but I didn’t I didn’t hit every function and that’s one of the things that’s kind of the point here’s I want you guys to see all these functions but nonetheless if we want the timer to count up go over to start and we should build it as hit in content there we go so we hit enter and now it’s it’s timing for us so where does this come in handy eventually we’re going to do a tutorial on things like holding patterns now we typically don’t do a holding pattern in the sim because it’s a sim if we don’t want to hold we just fly on in but in the real world you might have to hold you know for weather or traffic or whatever and depending on where you’re told to hold and how you’re told to hold typically you fly 60 second legs so I’m not going to go into that either because we’re going to in a boy off track if we do that just know that if you are put into a holding pattern you’re going to want to use your timer reference and so it’s good to know about that so we use the enter button to start use it again to stop and then one more time to reset and then we can go again and we’re good to go there all right enough about that was turned that off and what else do we got here that’s that was everything for the PFD so we’ll go back and let’s look at the CDI now I’ve shown this before when you click this button and changes between nav one radio nav 2 radio and GPS so when we’re on the nav 1 radio you can see that the arrow is green it says vor 1 okay and it can also say LLC 1 if you are tracking an ILS or localizer and you can see that the nav 1 radio active frequency is also highlighted in green when I when I press the CDI button again is switched to nav 2 you can see that it changes and it gives you it highlights the nav 2 frequency in green and it gives us a pointer because we’re tuned to 110 point six zero which is nothing or we’re at it’s not picking up anything now if I wanted to I could change that let’s change it to 1 1400 jli this is so that we’re on the same one and you’ll see when I switch the frequencies it’ll it’ll show up the same way to nab the vor 1 was showing up so switch them give it a second and there you go JLI okay and the wow that plane just come out of the buildings there dad you gotta love fsx ai traffic we would change the course to change the direction that this arrow is pointed right okay good times so that’s the CDI and then GPS is the same think of it as FMS because when you put a flight plan in here it flies GPS like it like a regular flight management system would flight would fly F F M s and that makes perfect sense right so if you have a flight plan in tune in here then that’s what you want to be on is GPS if you’re going to fly an ILS you want to be on vor 1 or vor 2 and you want to make sure you have the right frequency tune in now if you tune in that frequency to it if you do it properly you get that frequency tuned in and you get you you intercept the localizer it should automatically switch to whichever nav radio is set to intercept that localizer doesn’t always work but sometimes it does so I don’t know I don’t know if it’s supposed to hurt alright enough about the CDI then we can also press the OBS that’s the Omni bearing selector and now you can see it says zero seven six to IPL that’s the next Waypoint on the GPS right now and I as far as I know there’s nothing I can do to switch that so that’s telling me where I need to go to get there if I change this turn out let’s go to vor 1 see there’s no OBS option here so I have to be at GPS to use the OBS option and that’s telling me that I need to fly zero seven six degrees to fly

directly to well it was telling me then to fly to IPL which is the first Waypoint on our flight plan okay we’ve talked about that long enough ATF and DME this is where you tune in your ATF frequency right here use the same knobs over here that we were using before traffic that’s how we change our frequency and we can always turn the cursor on and off so you’ve got ATF mode and that’s the only mode on ATF which makes sense and then DME is on the nav one because the Evo are that we’re tuned into has DME included that makes sense to everybody I talked about the transponder before when you click on that button you’ve got standby frequent you are not standby for using standby puts that puts it in standby on is what you would typically use somewhere you can use ground mode or on when you’re on the ground but when you’re flying you want to use altitude oh that’s an altitude recording mode if you’re flying VFR that’s that’s the code one two zero zero you can just click on VFR and it will put it code for you and you’re good to go go back over there if we get a code a unique identifier from ATC we click on that button there and let’s just say it was two three three six we just type them in an order and we’re going to go out into recording mode and then we could also if we’re told the ident we can press the item button it’ll send out a signal basically sends out like a pink but to know we’re up and running and everything’s good to go and as you can see just putting in the code took us back to our home page there we already talked about timer reference don’t need to go through that again and the last thing on here we do have a message function if there’s a message usually it’s telling you your traffic up out the inner airspace or something like that but the nearest function we click on that and that gives us the nearest airports just like the nearest function does and the default fsx aircraft and as you can see obviously san diego’s the nears because we’re at san diego and it gives you the tower frequency for each of these airports so go to the right here you can scroll down through the various nearest airports until you find one you’re looking for alright pretty simple easy stuff going to go not much to it let’s go up the right side here real quick actually let’s go down the right side that’s the best way to do it so where we have nav on the left side we have comm on the right side and the comm works exactly the same as the nav radio does whatever’s highlighted in green is the current active frequency and the blue boxes around the standby frequency we can push the center of the button here in the center of the knob to switch between com1 and com2 and we can switch between active and standby frequencies by clicking on the little arrows there easy enough right barometric pressure knob this is where we set our altimeter right here and again I use the scroll wheels so scroll up or down it doesn’t matter which side you’re on if you’re scrolling up or down scroll to the current altimeter setting and then you’re good to go you need to go to standard pressure you can click in the middle and it goes straight to the standard pyramid pressure we already talked about the range key here this is used predominantly for the little map inset over here so if I want to zoom in or out find a plus or minus sign next to this thing somewhere and again these buttons are a little fickle as you can see there it is so I can zoom way in or I can zoom way out easy enough standard function keys that you would see on your TPS and your default aircraft you’ve got your direct to function if I click on that right now because I have a flight plan in there it’s telling me it’s asking me if I want to go direct to my next Waypoint which is IPL if I do I can hit enter hit enter again and it’ll activate I don’t want to do that so I’m just going to turn that off many doesn’t do anything unless there’s menu options available if I click on the flight plan there’s my flight plan right there I can scroll down through it just like I can in your default GPS and I I can see what my flight plan is I can’t do a whole lot here I can clear out waypoints if I want so if I wanted to get rid of Heat I could hit the Clear button and there you go heeds is gone if I wanted to go to direct to hog’s I can scroll the Hogs and then hit the direct to key and see it puts direct two hugs right in there if I hit enter it asks me if I want to activate hit it or in and it will activate we don’t want to do that dump let’s go back to our flight plan and we don’t want to clear anything else out proceed your key works exactly the same if you have a have an approach selected typically it will give you the option to activate vectors the final or activate the approach or we can select an approach by hitting the enter key in this case so we can also select our arrivals or our departures so we’re staring at runway two-seven here if I wanted to select a departure I would roll the mouse wheel down until I’m until I’ve highlighted select departure hit the enter key and then it’s going to give me the departures that are

available I know from this runway in the direction we’re heading that I would probably take the pokey for so I would scroll the wheel down until pokey four is highlighted hit enter I don’t know the difference between oh definitely runway my apologies so it’s asking me what runway all runways this is your transition point we know we’re going to jli right that’s when we tune into our vor so a what the heck let’s use jli as our transition so we’ll select that hit enter do we want to load it yes we do hit enter one more time and look it changed my first Waypoint and if you just saw it over here it changed my map as well so now we’re going to fly out here JLI over to loma and so on and if we hit flight plan you’ll see that it is put those in there for us just like that which is really nice as if that’s not a feature that’s available on your default GPS it doesn’t put those in there for it menu functions you can store a flight plan from this g1000 unlike your default fsx you can store the flight plan so you would just click on store R I’m sorry up let’s go back one so if you’re on the flight plan here click flight plan click menu you can activate the current leg you can go to store flight plan or invert flight plan so let’s say we’re flying from San Diego to Phoenix and then back then go here and in for a flight plan it’ll just do the ring doodle just reverse it for us which is really handy if I want to store the flight plan I highlight that option click enter and it should store it I think maybe not I don’t know I’ll have to check when I’m done with this video and see if it saved it in there maybe it’s not storing the flight plan for us I would think it would give you an option to give it a name in the real g1000 you absolutely can store a flamin alright it’s turn the menu off turn that off and that pretty much wraps up the primary flight display any questions I didn’t think so that was for me being a smart aleck alright so let’s hop on over here to our AB display now there are two things we need to know about this first of all it is not the same as our primary flight display and second of all you need to hit shift and the number four to pull up this little guy right here so that you can actually make some changes now what’s really nice about this is if I’m working on my flight plan okay so all those buttons we move this down here for a second so all of the buttons for flight plan direct to menu all that for the nav display are on this little guy which is located right down here it’s down there so you can leave it down there or now you can’t make it larger by clicking anywhere here so I’ll get shift F in the number four and it pops up and there you go you’re as right as rain so what’s really nice here when we get when we get over to flight plan we’ll talk about that a minute and we can use these keys to enter waypoints and stuff like that which is much easier than scrolling all right so let’s go through the information here we’ve got our Itt is basically our engine temperature here for the left engine and the right engine we’ve got our current torque on each engine here we’ve got our current prop RPMs very tuned in here and this little guy right here these arrows are telling me which engine it has a higher rpm rating so right now my prop sink isn’t on and my right prop has a much higher rpm at 11:57 than my left prop which is at 7:55 not sure why that is let’s take a look and see those look pretty even to me so I’m not sure why one is higher than the other on here but for whatever reason it is now if I hit the prop sink those arrows should Center up there we go give it a second let me move my prop panels real quick and that should Center up my prop rpms here parroting oh now they’re going to even add I know why I was doing that because my throttles liked to do that weird little thing where one jumps up and the other doesn’t alright so not overly critical for you to necessarily see that but there you go you can see that now the props are trying to sync up and then once they get sync this will actually turn to a diamond in the center when they’re synced together so and they’re not perfectly sync right now because the throttles aren’t perfectly synced either you can see the right throttle 199 the left is at 210 as far as the torque is concerned but eventually that’s the idea is to sync them up so there’s your prop rpms right there let’s see we’ve got our turbine here this is often referred to as your n1 alright so when we’re doing our engine startup this is what we’re looking at our n1 so we want it to go past 12% before we introduce fuel to the engine and then when it goes past 50% we turn the ignitions off you may remember that from the many many times I’ve done a start-up on this aircraft or our life of the virtual airline pilot series this is our fuel flow per engine and it’s in

pounds per hour times 100 so this is up here at the – that’s 200 pounds per hour oil pressure left and right engine oil temperature left and right engine and as always if it’s in the green it’s good if it’s in the red it’s bad and of course for oil pressure and oil temperature we’ve got a yellow as well that’s the whole left side of the nav display now let’s take a look at our map here we can see that our flight plan is on there and if we want to put a flight plan in here here’s how we do there’s a couple of different ways let’s start with the hard way first and then I’ll show you the easy way if I had no flight plan in there right now I could click on the flight plan function here I could put in my it should have my current airport in fact yeah it should have my current airport in there if it doesn’t then I put in my current airport and then I would start putting in my waypoints just like I would in any other FM s or FM see the difference here being that rather than having to click on this button here come on highlight for me there we go and then scroll down now when I did that it’s asking me for Waypoint information and now what I can do is I can scroll through here and I could put in Waypoint information so just for the heck of it let’s say we want to go to KB XK which is a Buckeye airport so I scroll the outer wheel there and then it should be the inner wheel to make it move over there it is so it’s on the left side move it over one scroll okay powder wheel inner wheel over here there we go we need to go the other way go to be see very fickle very fickle there we go so anyway I’m not going to put the whole thing in because we’re gonna be here for an hour trying to do this so you can see it’s very fickle you got to get the mouse in just the right spot however I can in this instance use the keys right here so I can press X and then K and there you go k bx k i want if that’s what i want i press enter and bam it puts it right in there okay and then put all kinds of crazy stuff all over my flight plan there now we’re not going to kb x case we can just clear that off by pressing clear and it should clear it off and of course it doesn’t want to now so I there’s nothing I can say about that except that it should have cleared it off but crowd hasn’t want to clear it off because it’s the first Waypoint in the flight plan now I guess that being said if I want to do different way points I can scroll down it opens this guy up if I don’t want that see oh this thing is being a pain you guys what’s like the worst time for his nap it’s like been off like plan on of course it would happen when I’m trying to show you guys how to use this thing which boy is just being a pain huh that knob is so fickle it’s what it’s there’s a way to scroll through your waypoints here and it’s just not letting me right so you got to get that ah boy talk about embarrassing huh yeah it’s going to keep doing this to me it’s going to drive me insane the point is there’s a way to scroll through your individual waypoints here there we go okay so he’s the top spot there you can scroll through your waypoints I should be able to clear that out but it’s not going to let me know for whatever reason so but let’s say I wanted to clear out pgy scroll down there press clear it’s not letting me okay I know why now because this is part of the pokey for departure so it’s going to make you keep all those waypoints once you hit this in route section you can clear out whatever you want see just like that and the same can be said when you get down to an arrival once you’re in the arrivals section it doesn’t let you get rid of waypoints which can be very frustrating however I don’t think it lets you tainted me directly let’s say we wanted to change Browns so we go here and let’s just say we wanted to change that bxk I’m just using KB okay because it’s easy to remember for me so if I put that in there and hit enter it just puts it in front of brown so i can add waypoints but i can’t delete waypoints so something to keep in mind if you put a departure or arrival procedure in here all right that being said now it wants to just scroll through there’s supposed to be a in this particular function there’s no other options but there are when we get to some other areas here now I’m going to show you the easy way to do a flight plan because this thing’s all kinds of messed up anyway and that way you won’t have to mess with this in the future go to your flights menu

flights flight planner San Diego to Phoenix that’s someone we want but you would you know how to use the flight planner if you don’t see my tutorial on basic flight planning once you get the flight plan in there click OK save your flight plan yes I’ll replace it do you want to move your aircraft to the departure Airport listed on the flight plan no in this case I’m gonna leave it right where it’s at it no and it’s supposed to change my flight plan but now it doesn’t want to do that I am seriously like now it’s going to freeze on me this is fantastic I actually think I’m probably going to end this video now and redo the whole thing good times gotta love fsx close the program we’re not here so many of you will quickly recognize that we are not at the same airport here and the truth of the matter it’s actually been like a week since I made the first part of this video where the sim crashed and the reason it’s been so long is when that sim crash that was actually like my 60 try at it and I was just having all kinds of issues the good news is is we’ve actually gone through most of this already and I almost always forget to turn that stupid little menu bar off of top sorry obnoxious and I apologize for that but we were looking at some flight plan information and you can see there’s no flight plan in here right now and what I wanted to show you more than anything and I started to show it over there but really there’s a couple ways of looking at this first of all for some reason from the time I made that video until now loading a flight plan through fsx isn’t working however if I have my able Esaki F be turned on and I’m T’s in flight plan there it automatically updates the flight plan here not really sure why that is however if you give a quick scroll over here from wrong one come on now see this now if nothing else the most obnoxious thing to me about this about this particular team 1000 is how touchy it is to find the right spot on the knob here so but there’s a couple things we can look at here first of all from this mode right here this map mode right here if you scroll the outside wheel now it doesn’t know it’s making a liar at me looks like it’s the inside wheel yeah I’m sorry the inside wheel wants to right what you have here is your traffic it’s a dedicated traffic map and basically it’s key cast is what it is and it does work if there’s other aircraft in the air it will it will provide that information for you scroll it one more time and and now we’re in a different view here so let’s just back up here for a second so come on now it doesn’t want to do it it’s so touchy it’s very obnoxious there’s the map there thank you very much so one one scroll up on the wheel and now it’s going to something different you see what I’m talking about this thing that’s so ridiculously touchy there it is right there alright so there was that was our view for the traffic map now if we scroll over here you can actually see we actually have four windows down here that’s what these four squares are for here and it looks like it’s saying we’re in Talkeetna Alaska but we’re not I’m going to tell you that right now but this is a waypoint a map so this should give you your individual waypoints along the way so if you have a flight plan in there your Waypoint to be laid out for it and this next one here now there’s there’s supposed to be four there we go so you see you’ve got four different boxes down here this is where the t1000 for a hayward aircraft is at least in this case for the flight one King Air 200 this is where it shines so you’ve got all four of these down here and that’s how the real g1000 laid out you go to this page and these the other wheel could go from page to page within the group right and the only thing is the wheels touching here so it looks like the down down here goes through these pages and up here changes through these different options so on the Waypoint options here we’ve got individual Waypoint information so here’s intersections okay and we can search for an intersection see if I can so let me type in this is the one I always type in right kb x k so i type in k v xk hit enter and it’s going to give me the information on that wave 1 alright now i’m in the intersection section but you see i just typed in an airport because kb xk is not an intersection is it but i can continue

on so let me turn that off real quick give so you click the center again to turn the cursor off scroll again and then here’s NDB information and scroll one more time takes us to the final page and that’s a vo art information so again these are all waypoint this is all way point information so we’ve got our Airport information intersection information NDB information and view our information you can type any one of them in there and it will pull up the information on that Waypoint for you ok let’s move to the next section here we’ve got a whole lot of information going on this is our auxilary page primarily for trip planning we don’t have anything planned in there but you look there’s all kinds of information in here it’s given us our it’ll give us our present position calibrated airspeed indicated altitude what the pressures put out right now air temperature trip stats you know desired track distance estimated time enroute estimated time of arrival when the sunrise and sunset is efficiency of our fuel usage and so on and so forth and even density altitude which is a huge one initially density altitude so we’ve got a lot of information there just on this first page for our trip planning and then we go to the next page and it tells us the status of our GPS which this is something that you would definitely keep an eye on you need check back here once in a while especially on a long flight you want to make sure you’re getting a good GPS signal so that your aircraft is where it actually says that it is right and then we go over here and we’ve got system setup page and we can actually we can actually change a lot of this stuff I there’s so much information on your I’m not going to sit here and try to go through it all right now because we’re already like 45 minutes into this thing and you’re probably tired of looking at it but you can even change the voice of the alert here right so I can change the time right to you right now it’s on UTC I go to local 24-hour or local 12-hour let’s see we can go to the wrong one there we should be able to go you can go through all this it’s just it takes some time I’m just in a date right now take some time but you can there’s a lot of information you can change on here including all of this information here whether or not it’s giving you warnings about all of these right so I’m not sure if it all sets up in here or some of this has to be set up in the configuration tool for this particular aircraft we’re not going to mess around with it we just know that it is there and it’s just one more step of realism in this particular one t1000 and then the last page in this section right here this is system status right so it’s giving us all a bunch of information on the status of our system our ADF comms you know there’s serial numbers whether or not they’re working gives us our airframe information software version base map you know Navagraha this is this is telling us you know when when I do my checklist and it says I need to review my database for valid operating dates and cycle numbers this is worth that right here all right so the current cycle is 1508 it’s effective from this date to this date and it will expire here pretty soon so lots of information there and then now we can go over the last page here is the nearest section and you can see we’ve got four sections here as well so we’ve got nearest airports come up first and then nearest intersections nearest ndb’s and of course nearest vo RS and you can select one of these scroll down to and hit enter come on hit enter oh no if you don’t hit enter on your I apologize you scroll down to it and it gives you the information on it right here including the frequency and then I believe you can hit direct – yep if you hit the direct – button it’ll it’ll set it up as a direct Waypoint like that and then you can hit enter it’ll ask you if you want to activate you can activate and now I’ve got a direct route to that vur and the same can be said for any one of the other so if I want to go direct to one of these ndb’s I would just scroll down to it so there’s a queue if I want to go direct to a queue and just once it’s highlighted I hit the direct – button hit enter once enter twice and now it’s directed a cube and so on and there you have it so that is all the different information that is available on there and that pretty much wraps it up so I know it was a really long video but there’s so much information in here and there are a few things I’ve never even got to but my videos are already long so I apologize for that but if you have any questions about this GPS anything I’ve covered during this tutorial anything else you’d like to see please do not hesitate to leave it down in the comments I’ve started to get a few requests for specific tutorials and I’m starting to put some of those together

so for those of you who asked asked I can’t talk for those of you who requested there you go those of you who requested specific tutorials please keep an eye out they will be coming out relatively soon I’ve got so many things going on right now so I apologize for any delays this this was a requested tutorial as well so all of that being said it’s been a good time except for our crash in the sim of course which is never fun but hopefully that gives you a better understanding of the Garmin 1000 GPS keep in mind please that this is not in any way an all-encompassing GPS there are a couple of tutorials you can find on the real world DPS this is for flight simulation only once again flight simulation only but I hope this was helpful to you if you enjoyed it or if it was helpful please give a thumbs up leave something in the comments down below and as always please subscribe to my channel we are up to 81 subscribers and I thank every one of you and I look forward to seeing you guys up in the air until