Tutorial fokker

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CONTENTS

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1 CONTENTS........................................................................................................................................................ 2 2 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................ 3 3PREFLIGHT....................................................................................................................................................... 4 4 COCKPIT PREPERATION................................................................................................................................. 8 5 TAXI – TAKEOFF - INFLIGHT -LANDING...................................................................................................... 2 2

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INTRODUCTION
Welcome to Tutorial flight number 3. As you may found some basic introduction into the aircraft in previous tutorial flights, this tutorial shows a complete airliner flight from Salzbug W.A.Mozart Airport (LOWS) to FrankfurtRhein/Main Airport (EDDF). The flight is done with a Fokker 70 of Austrian Arrows airlines. This flight will show you a standard airliner flight with a Fokker 70, following normal procedures, a complete FMC managed flight. The flight is completed by a ILS Autoland approach in Frankfurt. Based on that flight, it should be possible for you to do your own airliner flights to destinations of yourchoice. More advanced system operation and non precision approaches, go-arounds and so on are done in more advanced tutorials. This tutorial uses about 30% of all systems aboard, so much more possibilities hidden in this aircraft. This tutorial shows you handling of the Fokker, but further more you will learn a little bit of airmanship, safe and real Fokker systems operation. The flight is done with MSFlight Simulator 9 and default sceneries. Our flight is OS263 with a planned departure of 10:00 local time (08:00UTC) and a planned arrival at EDDF at 09:10UTC so about 1:10 trip time. So lets go......

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PREFLIGHT

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ATC Route: The ATC Route is “SIMBA Y700 ABABI T161 PSA “ (245NM) With that in mind we can start the Load Editor and Fuel Planner. Therefore go tothe Microsoft Explorer and select your Flight Simulator 9 folder. Double Click “panelCfg.exe” Alternate is Stuttgart(EDDS), distance is 100NM.

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After starting the Load Editor select F70 (1) then kg(2) and the Load Editor Tab (3). Next select standard load (4). Now youraircraft has a predefined loading.

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Now select the Fuel Planner Tab (1). Set the Route distance 250NM(2) and the alternate distance 100NM(3). Set default taxi(4) and holding fuel(5) as shown. Remaining landing fuel(6) should be 700kg,

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Caption 3.2 Rev. 1 - 0307average route wind(7) is set to 0. Set the cruise altitude(8), which is FL300 today so we set 29000, select the next lower step. Finally save(9) the setup and close the program. There is no need to write values down. Now we can start flight simulator. When the start screen appears select “Select Flight”(1), scroll to category “Digital Aviation Fokker” (2) and select the “DA Fokker Tutorial Nr 3”...
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