How To Fly a Plane in Air – Model Aeroplane Flight Tutorial Step by Step | Flying Airplane Basic

okay welcome back to part two of the absolute beginner’s guide to the air bus as you’ll recall from the last video we’re not using any add-ons except for me using easy doc and some add-on scenery here for Gatwick but other than that this is the Aero soft air bus X we’re not using any specific add-ons or magic going on using all the built-in features to do the single most basic flight including flight route planning from London Gatwick to Paris Charles to go we’ve done the startup we’ve done the pushback we are ready to fully taxi now we’ve actually done the taxi checklist a little bit too soon the next thing we need to do which is why you are looking at a map of London Gatwick ground is taxi now we are at gate six zero when I started fsx I chose to start at gate six zero that puts me right about here and we are taking off from runway two six left what that means is we need to find a way of getting down there now 2 6 0 is on taxiway Quebec we don’t want to stay on Quebec all the way down towards the runway because we’ll be passing a lot of parking stands other aircraft might wish to push back especially if you’re on line so we’re going to get off Quebec as soon as possible so we’re going to come down here south on Quebec turn right onto Romeo and then follow Romeo all the way down joining up with Quebec Alfa then quit back again follow Quebec all the way down and then turn left onto Juliet here which we will follow all the way to the end of the runway on line up it sounds a lot more complex than it is but this is why we have maps so once again hit Google look at the airport you’re flying from search for charts you should be able to find an airport map there make sure you can set a gate in fsx that you can see on the map that’s convenient for you and then you should be able to lock your route so for us once again it is Quebec Romeo Quebec alpha Quebec Juliet very very simple route that we’re going to follow so let’s get in the cockpit and we will start following it okay now to taxi this it actually requires a little bit more power than you would actually use in a real aircraft you need about 40 percent down here so I’m just going to push this up to about 40 percent until we start moving then I will back it off a little bit too much there started moving out on the back it off too near idle here is our ground speed this green number here let me drop down that’s our ground speed we won about 15 to 20 I actually missed my time that’s the turning I wanted but we’ll take the next one try to get the speed up a little bit don’t go too slow I’m very mind you don’t turn too fast so as you’re coming up on a turning come off the throttle and let it just coast down in speed now let me pop outside very quickly notice the nosewheel is behind the pilot means you need to turn a little bit later than you would think look at the taxiway you will see yellow lines guiding you so it’s not the time to turn yet there is the yellow turning light coming up so once that goes under us we wait a second until it gets behind us then a right rudder pedal and I will start outside upper right so here it comes passing under the cockpit now it probably just went behind me so right rudder pedal try to keep the nose wheel on that line I actually screwed up a little bit there and then try to keep the nose centered on that line so again little bit of screw up we’re going to do it again doe left rudder pedal now not too much try to be smooth don’t shuttle one five-letter keyword air track yes they pull forth I can cheer for now we are on Romeo 4 cross once my button 28 line up increase my power a little bit living too much that 2008 characters 24 3 I’m gonna follow this down now until it joins up with Juliet pretty much liver too much space are gentle on the break one of the other lines one to a twenty forty one thirty seven stacking my teeth – all right back the echo November coffin archive right Oh throw if I block echo now I’ll Quebec I think I want to follow this down and join Juliet signed here tell you which taxiways you’re on hard to see that one now a head of us is the abandoned runway eight

left to six right obviously I’m not using that one here we go we’re on Quebec and it says Julia is left and right we are approaching twenty six right so we’re going to turn here and follow Juliet all the way down so they holding point the entry point for runway two six left so again don’t turn too soon like so I love it too much but they’re away November going right down blue one that’s quite a long taxi down here the era soft Airbus X has a reduced functionality version of FS to cruise wrasse built-in which is the runway alert system so it will tell us actually once we’re about to enter the runway and give us a little bit of help there it’s not going to kick in just yet we have a way to go notice the line shifts a little bit that’s quite normal make sure you follow the line they’d attendants please prepare for takeoff now the aircraft did that on his own the police prepared to take off I didn’t have to do anything it automatic the text that we’re approaching the point we need to be at twenty forty three so that’s the end of roma 2/6 right there is two six left looking for a turning point now now we could turn here normally again air traffic control plays into it they will tell you where they want you we’re going to take the last turning on the right which is this one slowing down a little bit and starting my turn little wide coming back on the power now because turning will reduce your power your speed I should say to six left here we are to six right is over there normally we will be waiting for a traffic control now to clear us to line up we’re not using a traffic control it is the absolute beginners guide to the air bus so we’re just going to line up and then the next trigger for the built in crew to do their bit is to physically completely stop so I’m going to line up get the air crack where I need it to be which is pretty much at the end of those lights kick left whoops it’s actually quite hard controlling the view with a mouse and talking on fraps and recording everything and explaining everything just gonna run the forward a little bit more you see that probably would’ve been a better place to turn it no matter we’re still learning okay so come up the throttles now you see them producing here gentle braking speeds dropping having stopped that will trigger them to do their next checklist so we just sit here and wait patient us to actually go a little bit further forward so we know guys we just click the button and force it to star on its own for takeoff changing you like go on after check me on the final thing for TA and RA so debuff around kilo hold qurupeco one said on stowed no I actually screwed up a little bit I didn’t set everything the way it should be set we didn’t see our flight level for example which is going to be three three zero we didn’t change the range on the display here we’ll do that now normally that would be done prior to this so I’m gonna drop the range down so have a better view of our waypoints now if i zoom in over here here’s a little notch on the one hundred need to move

the mouse to the left of the knob roll the wheel of the mouse down and that puts it on one thousand then we can actually click on sorry roll the mouse wheel on the knob itself and put that up to our flight level three three zero there are constraints in our flight plan which means is going to be a stepped climb we don’t have to worry about where that’s all thick lap on runway two sick flap now the next thing look at the autopilot here it should be dash dot dash dot number dot this means every aspect is managed so the autopilot is going to manage our speed heading and our climb up to an altitude of 33,000 feet we don’t have to do anything other than turn the autopilot on once we get in the air let’s the throttles here this is actually very important as well these are not your standard throttles like you would get in a Boeing on runway see that at the moment they’re working very much like normal throttles and as I moved them it changes the power to the engines but notice there are some detents here like flex and take off and go around we’re doing a flex takeoff and if I show you the engine display here flex takeoff means 82% power so what we’re going to do is we’re going to advance the throttles and you will hear a click you will see the alerts over here change the FMA will change to show an alert we’ll keep pushing until we hear another click and it will say flex that means takeoff power set its flex is being managed by the computers we don’t have to worry about it so I’m going to do that right now runway power up listen for the click there’s a click and again there’s another click ok three clicks there we go coughing as soon as you hit Flex auto throttle comes on you don’t need to engage it it just does it now all you have to do is with your rudder control keep the nose pointed down the runway preferably on the centerline and wait to be told to rotate keep an eye on this display here as well 100 we’re waiting for the word roads Heat all right hold the stick back up comes the nose Yap now look at that display what I’m doing now is using my joystick to keep that yellow square centered on those two green lines I’m also looking at the altitude once I get about 1000 feet I’m going to reduce the throttles to what’s called climb thrust so I need to go a little bit left now there’s 1,000 feet reduce the throttle clients rust we are centered now so I’m going to go back up here I’m going to turn on the autopilot autopilot line and I’m completely hands-off at this point for the vor or one wheeler now let’s go look at our flight plan real quick now first out did you constrain got 2500 at or above 2500 of the next Waypoint at or above 3000 Waypoint after that then five thousand six thousand straight after that so let’s go look where we are currently at whoops I’m changing my views badly flips up at or above 2500 we’re going to hit that no problem notice that the display here I’ll let them finish talking knob this are check retracted here up lights off set off both on are often checked one zero zero five zero zero so the autopilot is already spotted that our first hard constraint at five thousand is our first our constraint so it’s actually set in here and managed hard altitude constraint of five thousand it’s also set a managed hard speed constraint of two five zero so it’s going to adjust our pitch to climb appropriately to hit that five thousand hold there and our engines to reduce power and therefore keep the speed down at two five zero you see we’re coming up on that altitude constraint right now notice it’s leveled the nose off quite a lot this is our rate of climb over here six hundred feet per minute five hundred feet per minute four hundred feet per minute coming down now coming down now we’ve actually exceeded our speed the computer will fix that obviously the real aircraft is a lot better at managing that than the aero source version coming up on five thousand now we have altitude constraint lit up here I’m not doing anything other than just monitoring in the instruments and we

have hit our constraint five thousand feet two five zero it is adjusting course now to this line changing to get us on to that course line now we do have some wind here from one-nine-five a 30 knot wind quite some wind which is why we’re getting blown around a little bit next Waypoint is coming up in two miles that big magenta blob implies another constraint as well awk 18 is our 5000 foot constraint and there’s going to increase as soon as we hit this to 6000 watch over here which is what’s in the flow plan it’s part of the SID that we selected we didn’t have to worry about it just went up to 6000 altitude constraint we are now climbing powers coming back up nose is coming back up up we go 3,000 feet per minute quite a steep climb there quite a Steve cranks there’s only four miles away and at 250 knots you’ll do that in no time so leveling off now for 6,000 we’re going to hit our constraint as we should not going to get in trouble dia thora tees there we go pretty much leveled out as your constrain is lit up on the PFD primary flight display and we got to go point eight miles until we hit that at which point the altitude constraints are removed I think and we can just start our climb straight out to our flight level of three three zero it’s quite a short flight so by the time we actually get there we’re going to be looking for descent so here we go across check up to 3000 that’s our transition altitude so if we look back up to the mean display now they’ve right click this is on standard we are in cloud doesn’t really matter or flying fully automated instrument and flight computers managing everything so we don’t have to can be concerned too much incidentally though if the weather was worse we’ll be watching down here at the temperatures if that tat temperature is approaching zero the fact that we’re in cloud means that we would need to turn on anti ice or if you see ice detected you would need to turn on anti ice those switches are right here one two three now we’re getting above those clouds climbing out now which means you can turn our range up on our display I’m not too bothered anymore still in English airspace see there’s Hardy that’s Bogner is that stuff let’s take a look outside oh by the way 10,000 feet is the point at which your landing lights come off so they will manage that for us automatically they just turned our landing lights off and retracted them we have configured now to fly properly that is the southern coast of England right there Brighton and Eastbourne all along here as we turn towards France climbing to flight level three three zero which I’m not actually sure we’re gonna make or we will see this blue line that’s our top of climb so anyway live in Tagalog outside there we are wonderfully configured all done for us automatically although we did put in a considerable amount of effort to figure out the route everything looks lovely so that’s the end of this second part of the absolute beginners guide to Arras offs Airbus X in the third part we will be initiating our descent and then managing the full approach into lfpg or London from Paris Charles de Gaulle London my goodness paris-charles de Gaulle which will be an auto land to show you how that works it’s actually very easy thanks for watching as always my name is frugal if you have not checked it out yet please do check out

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