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  1. More testing of P3D v4.4 with the A2A C172, ORBX NorCal, ActiveSky for P3D v4. Good graphics settings, good frames, night is really night now.SOURCE
  2. I've never seen the sim so crisp and smooth. Textures load far away and no blurries. Better performance overall. Better nigh environment. Active Sky v4, A2A T-6 Texan, ORBX PNWSOURCE
  3. I've never seen the sim so crisp and smooth. Textures load far away and no blurries. Better performance overall. Better nigh environment. Active Sky v4, Majestic Q400, ORBX Central RockiesSOURCE
  4. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  5. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  6. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  7. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  8. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  9. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  10. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  11. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  12. Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  13. Starting a new Private Pilot (PPL) series with the A2A Simulations Cherokee 180. This series has a focus for real world student pilots as well. I also decided to start this new series and refine my old videos because of my developed experience as a real world instructor (CFI). Equipment: CH Products Fighterstick Saitek Rudder Pedals Saitek Trim Wheel Saitek Throttle Quadrant TrackIR 5 Computer Specs: i7-4790k GeForce 980ti Gaming Edition 16GB RAM SSD Simulator: Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3.2 A2A Simulations Cherokee 180 ORBX Northern California Active Sky NEXT Soft CloudsSOURCE
  14. First major flight on the channel with the A2A Constellation. On this flight we fly IFR from Portland International KPDX to Seattle-Tacoma International KSEA on PilotEdge AND manning the flight engineer station on our own! The workload gets very busy at times but provides for a nice challenge and a lot of fun.SOURCE
  15. Quick video showing you how to use the ADF panel on the Constellation.SOURCE
  16. This video covers the basics on how to use the autopilot and how to navigate with the RMI and basic nav equipment on board the Constellation.SOURCE
  17. Flying the ILS to Runway 7 at KSBA. This was the end of my first real flight in the A2A Simulations Constellation or "Connie". I flew from Marysville KMYV to Santa Barbara KSBA via the routing linked below. (VOR to VOR) https://skyvector.com/?ll=36.65343674543084,-121.45056152558409&chart=302&zoom=8&fpl=%20KMYV%20SAC%20V585%20ECA%20V585%20PXN%20V113%20ROM%20V113%20PRB%20V113%20MQO%20V27%20GVO%20HABUT%20KSBA A2A Simulations Constellation | Active Sky NEXT with Soft Clouds | ORBX NorCal and SoCalSOURCE
  18. This is a longer video that goes over most of everything you need to know about approach plates. There's a lot of info to cover so be sure to take notes!SOURCE
  19. Departure procedures (DPs) take you from the airport and connect you to the enroute section of the flight. Standard Terminal Arrivals (STARs) take you from the enroute section to the start of your Instrument Approach Procedure (IAP).SOURCE
  20. This video covers the symbology used on low and high enroute navigation charts for IFR. More information can be found in the Aeronautical Chart User's Guide. You can also learn a lot from the Instrument Flying Handbook. Just do a Google search for those FAA documents and you can view/download them for free.SOURCE
  21. This is a very rough intro to IFR flying with an example flight from Chico to Redding flying the ILS 34 into KRDD. More to come with IFR! I think I'll break down the videos into small segments going over topics like IFR clearances, IFR charts, approach plates, ect. I'm also considering getting into PilotEdge to get more realistic radio communication examples for you. Let me know what questions and requests you have!SOURCE
  22. Going on a relaxing cruise in northern Michigan from KSLH Cheboygan to KANJ Sault Ste Marie with the Carenado V35B w/ Simcoders Reality Expansion Pack. Not quite up to A2A standards, but the Reality Expansion Packs are the most realistic GA planes you'll find for X-Plane, which I consider to be the superior flight simulator.SOURCE
  23. This is an update to a previous video where I talked about flying visually and where to focus your eyes. I'm excited to dive into X-Plane 11 and make more videos finally!SOURCE
  24. I love flying the A2A Spitfire! I think a while ago I pushed the engine pretty hard so now the cylinders have lost some compression. Now it's hard to idle!SOURCE
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