Using GPS for Instrument Approaches in MSFS (2020) Tutorial Video
Using GPS for instrument approaches at your desired landing destination is crucial for doing so safely and accurately. And now, available for Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) 2020 by Bill Stack for TopSkills, is this 11-minute video tutorial that will take you over all aspects of doing so. Read more...
- Stand Alone (Video file)
- File size
- 260 MB
- Video Length
- 11:00 Minutes
The tutorial will show you how to use GPS to follow published instrument approaches, including how to select, load, and activate them. You will also learn how to choose your position points, see your approach on the GPS screen and follow your approach by GPS.
Once you have mastered these lessons and tips, the advantages of GPS navigation will become immediately apparent. For example, the GPS shows the selected approach path and data, and you will be able to access detailed information about your approach. And you can either allow the GPS and autopilot to follow the approach, or you can take over manually.
You can use GPS for IAP in the following MSFS aircraft
- Cessna 172 Skyhawk
- DA40 TDI
- Robin CAP 10
Although this tutorial is not for use in real-world aviation, it is perfect for home flight simulation. The video itself has been professionally put together, with clear audio quality and concise, easy-to-understand delivery.
The information has been well researched and is of high quality and reliable. It has also been independently verified for accuracy. A transcript of the entire video is also included, as is a V-speed card.
Bill Stack has over 30 years of experience in professional training, as well as an extensive background in home flight simulation.
- 11-minute video covering all aspects of using GPS for instrument approaches
- Information on how to use GPS to follow published instrument approaches
- MP4 format that is compatible with most software and operating systems
- Professionally put together with easy-to-understand information and clear audio
- Independently verified for accuracy
- Includes transcript of the entire video and V-speed card
- Developed by Bill Stack of TopSkills
Your Satisfaction is Guaranteed
A lot of time and effort has been invested toward making quality products that are useful to people. Any books or videos with manufacturing defects will be replaced at no cost. If you can show that the content of these books or videos is not as described, your money will be refunded. If you find facts that you believe are in error, please let me know so I can evaluate them. – Bill Stack
My flight-sim videos and books are only for home flight-simulation computer games. They are based on real aviation laws, regulations, and procedures so home flight-simulation enthusiasts can maximize their enjoyment. Because some aspects of home flight-simulation games are not exactly like real-world aviation, some information in my videos and books is not exactly like real-world flight. That is why these videos and books are not intended for and should not be used for real-world flight or lessons. We accept no liability for any misuse of these flight-simulation videos and books! – Bill Stack
TopSkills publishes tutorial videos and self-instructional books to help home flight-simulation enthusiasts maximize enjoyment of their hobby by applying real-world aviation principles and techniques.
The business was formed in 1987 by Bill Stack as a management-consulting practice. Between 1987 and 2012, Bill consulted to government and private-sector auditing organizations including inspectors general and internal auditors.
Submit a review of this product
Do you own a copy of this add-on? Have you used it? We'd love to hear your feedback on it below. You don't even need to have purchased it from SimShack.