- Media Format
- Immediate Download
- Stand Alone (Video file)
- File size
- 152 MB
- Video Length
- 24:00 Minutes
Are you interested in learning about all of the main rulings and regulations that come with flying in a simulator? Then it can help you to get the assistance that you need to make it all come together as one.
Of course, learning everything from scratch is hard work but with TopSkills you should have no problem reaching this level of comfort within any cockpit in a simulator.
In this video package, you will learn about some of the most important factors of flying an aircraft such as;
The benefits of using the power in the aircraft in the proper manner, ensuring you always keep up the quality and realism needed when flying to make your flight as safe as it can be.
How to properly set up and manage your fuel mixture, reducing the chances of making a mistake or causing a problem for yourself down the line.
Working out the most effective fuel propeller pitch to reduce the amount of time that you need to spend calibrating your flight later on.
Getting used to featuring and reversing the propeller pitch to make sure it all comes together in the most effective way that it possibly can.
How to most effectively use cowl flaps to keep your flight heading in the right direction.
How to understand what a carburetor heat will provide and how you can best prepare for using this feature as safely as you possibly can whilst keeping you well on track with your flight.
Flying properly and getting through with any mistakes can seem like an impossibility to a new pilot – but with the help of videos like this by Bill Stack and Top Skills, you can easily transform the ideas you’re following entirely. Maximizing your engine performance is always a big challenge and by being able to manage and maintain your fuel mixture, your propeller pitch, cowl flaps, condition levers and carburetor heat you will have a far more power-friendly aircraft that has the resources to make it from A to B without any hassles or fuss.
In this package, you will find out key details about flying an aircraft like this such as;
Setting up your fuel mixture to ensure that your aircraft has the perfect combination for the kind of engine that it has, as well as the level of performance that you need. The most realistic simulations out there will require you to manage fuel-to-air mixtures which can be a really steep learning curve for newbies. With this video, you should have no problem getting your head around how real-life pilots handle this scenario.
Using the right propeller pitch to ensure that the accuracy of your simulation is spot on; these little features can do everything possible to really bring the whole image together and make it feel as comfortable and as realistic as they possibly can. Now you can easily understand propellers that have fixed and variable pitches as well a constant speeds, helping you understand how they work and the management style needed for each.
Get used to using the condition level, as this extra level has a specific purpose when flying a turbo prop. With this, you will learn how to manage this and make it as effective as it can without halting your progress or stunting your develop as a pilot.
Getting used to managing with cowl flaps, making sure that some aircraft can be assisted with cooling engines as well as improving drag in general. This will show you how to properly use cowl flaps, and how to control them effectively.
Using the carburetor heat to get the right level of performance from your flight is very important and this guide will show you to how to get the most out of this feature.
By getting the correct data to follow when you take off and fly around, you will be able to easily get into performance levels like a real-world aircraft. This extra document will help you to get used to the specific details that you need to fly your aircraft to the right level.
Learn From the Pros
When you first start to get to grips with the world of aviation and flight simulation, it can be heard to know what is logical and what actual official practice is for a pilot. Getting used to this will take some time, but when you do it will have an incredible effect on the general level of flight competence that you can show.
With this package, you will be getting distinct and clear instructions provided to you at every step of the way. By figuratively holding your hand all the way through, you should have no problems gaining the confidence and the knowledge that you need to be a genuine success when flying within a flight simulator in any capacity.
This is reinforced with the introduction of fantastic animated highlights that will show up some of the most key and obvious concepts – getting this right is very important and will make sure you learn the most vital parts of the process when moving forward.
Not sure if the animations will be enough? Then you can rely upon the professional and detailed explanations provided by Bill and team to keep you right and on track. By following this pathway and this range of knowledge you can improve your overall comfort and confidence as a pilot.
Likewise, you’ll be able to use the brilliantly scripted and edited narration to keep things on track. If you are sick of “professional” videos that spend half of their time making noises and not saying anything of note, then you should pick up this tutorial video. It cuts away a lot of the amateur stuff and makes sure you are only listening to trusted professionals who have worked on aircraft in real-life as well as in the hobbyist world of flight simulation.
Instructions are included throughout so that you never need to fall behind, making sure you have full control and detail over where you are going and over what the actual video is issuing out with in terms of ideas.
Crystal clear, safe audio makes it nice and easy for you to fly around and see the world as you would have hoped for. The best part of this is the fact that the audio has been mastered multiple times to bring it all together and make it easy for you to fly around unimpeded.
The supplementary tables and the data included has really made a big change to the way that you can perceive facts and details across the board. If you are worried about not getting the job done correctly and about learning in the right manner, then use the details provided in this to bring the whole ideology of managing your power to the table.
Focuses & Limitations
The model itself is built around making sure that you can learn about simulation only and should never be used as a guide for a real pilot to follow. Doing so will minimize the learning capacity that you get and also will not be applicable between simulation and reality.
This applied to both IFR and VFR simulations, as well. You can use this in both combat and multiplayer environments, as well, which should really help you get used to power management when flying with colleagues.
Whilst this is built around using the stock MSFS aircraft out there, it’s built around making sure that everyone who uses this can get used to the principles and methods of aviation in general, so everything taught here can be translated into other simulators.
SPECIAL ADDITION – Data Tables
Included in this Top Skills video is the inclusion of a brilliant 13-page document that will detail key details that will make general aviation much easier for you. The information in here provided will ensure you can get used to mnemonic acronyms so that you can easily recall information later on down the line, as well as all of the details and tables included being put into an easy to read PDF document that opens up on any common PDF reader.
The tables included give you access to the best performance data that you could need for aircraft including;
- Beechcraft Baron 58
- Beechcraft King Air 350
- Cessna 172SP Skyhawk
- Cessna 208B Grand Caravan
- Douglas DC-3
- Grumman G21A Goose
- Maule 7-260C
- Mooney M20M Bravo,
- Extra 300S
INCLUDED – Free V-Speed Card
This package comes equipped with a fully working V-Speed card that will give you an easy way to understand this vital part of aviation. V-Speeds are provided on both sides with the alphabetical selection on one side and the velocity sorting on the other side, allowing you to easily stay up to date with the best flight qualities to take on.
Likewise, you will be able to easily understand each and every little detail provided and can be used right next to your simulator.
This has been designed for usage with any common video player such as Winamp, RealPlayer and WMP. Additionally, a list of detailed instructions are included for your usage.