I would like to find a tutorial on how to fly the NGXAny idea anyone please?. (1 of 7)19/11/ manual/ tutorial, plus a two-sided, full color panel familiarization sheet. We have taken two years of development for iFly Jets: The NG. It is an manual that can fully describe each part of system components.
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Is there any chance ivly a. As I have only used basic default ac in the sim, I know I have big learning curve ahead of me. The FMC’s can see daunting initially then become a very simple process that take minutes to program. You need to register per this post http: Tutoorial running in administrator mode.
At the moment the team are really busy so I can’t promising anything tutorail. I have had a look at the ifly manual which I assume the FSX version manual will be similar. Wondered if there is a link to the tutorial flight anywhere?
Hi I buy a few days ago the iflyNG, and when i run the tutorial i cannot follow the step “loading a saved flight plan”.
Also, what flight planning software is recommended, I have looked back on the forums and it seems FS commander is the best one still? Wow, It amazes me people don’t use th FMC. Then you can change as desired. Used that for 10 years and decided it was time. See you in the support forum. I have used Airbus X and have found it a great step up for me.
I use Radar Contact. Please register your product following the instructions in the topic below and then post your issue in FS9 or FSX support forum, but only after reading the topic ” read before posting”. This page was generated in 0. Next to vatsim it is the best. Just a question, I have always used atc-guided flights i know, but its a hobby: Also, any suggestions on basic guides to FMC’s etc as i have never used one?
Yes, guess I will have to hit the books, but it should be fun and rewarding: But give it a try.
No issues are answered here due to piracy http: Very good planner and good support. Cool, thanks for the answer: I have purchased others, but find the VC not up to spec realism-wise. This will be a great plane to learn on: I just switched from FSNav.
Can’t tell you about the FMC as I don’t use it. Thanks for the comments and ideas guys!
Obviously this doesn’t apply to real life pilots, they are another amazing world. Ok, that will work; going to have to start studying all the systems.: Yup, I’m so iffly to iFly and other paywares I can’t understand how people continue using “default” airliners.
Even reading tech manuals! Forum Permissions You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum. I have time to some reading before the release so it is not all alien to me then.
It is amazing how popular FSNav has remained over the years. VNAV which basically does the same but uses thrust as well if needed.
There is a tutorial that comes with the installer. Can i receive some help on this Thanks. Yes, every NG has three ways of governing vertical speed. Level Change, which uses pitch to control the airspeed. If You love flying airliners it’s all “a lot of fun”! Cheers for nay help guys, I have chosen this for my first real step-up aircraft and am pretty happy tutoriaal it: I think it would be really good if we could arrange some tutorials on teamspeak or some other platform etc about planning and programing a basic route.
I will ask the team to have a look at it once we get the FSX version released and there is a bit more time for all the other items we want to support. You cannot tutoriak new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum.