Patrick Mollette: But the usual flap settings used are 1.5,15,25,30 in the 737.
Patrick Mollette: That comment wasn't towards theater of the video.
Patrick Mollette: Also the gear handle goes in the off position not up after it is up and the gear lights are out. Can mess up gear if its left in up.
Patrick Mollette: First off don't start the APu in the air. I have been in a 737 training sim and can tell you that's wrong. When you set a flap setting scroll the speed to the number on the PFd like Flap 1 will bring a number 1 on the PFD ad that's the speed you fly that was calculated. Same with flaps 5 scroll speed to 5 and keep doing that until your at Vref +5. The flap approach speed for flaps 5 is in the 160s so just FYI that is normal.
Flight Ops: nice vid i heard that full flaps are required for CATIII because it helps you to pickup up the airport lights earlier
M. Pawlus: Why did you start APU in the air?
BADKALOS: CAT IIIA DH(Decission Heght) 50f,/RVR(Runway Visual Range)200m minimum,CAT IIIB no decision height Runway Visual Range 75m,CAT IIIC no desicion height,no runway visual range
CAT ARE ILS APPROACHES
BADKALOS: Can you land a real boeing with all your knowledge for flight simulation and airplanes?
Alex Lawrence: My head hurts just from reading that! HAHA
Jeremy C: The APU functions as a back-up power source in case of a loss of other power, it keeps the plane going!
Mohamed Osama: I Want you just to explain me "Why did you start the APU in your auotoland ?"
NordicRoach: SMOOTH <3
drummerfella 55: Fabulous! i'm perfecting this Sequence now also. love your Vids. thanks from America!
prashantpreet96: Hey..just a quick question wat program do u use to record the screen???
Its JayMac: when you buy the ngx does it come on a cd or do you download it
macattack1284: Hey I know you are probably asked this a lot and I looked on your channel but what exactly are your computer specs,i'm planning on building a computer based for flight sim.
Dayz .End: pull the HUD down!!! other than that Great
Amar Chan: I have a question is a CATIII approach used when weather at a certain airport is foggy and misty and can only have visuals on say 2-5 miles so that your not just flying blind??? just a random question and what are the differences between CATIII A and CATIII B ?? please respond!