In this video, the pilot explains how to set up and fly an approach to Dusseldorf airport using the a320x's fly-by-wire system. The pilot also explains how to configure the aircraft's landing settings. This is the third video in a three-part series.
00:00:00 In this video, the pilot discusses how to set up and fly an approach to Dusseldorf airport using the a320x's fly-by-wire system. The pilot also explains how to configure the aircraft's landing settings.
00:05:00 In this tutorial, the author begins by flying offline and descends to 10,000 feet. They continue the descent to 3,000 feet, where they will make a left turn to runway zero five and begin the approach. Once they reach 3,000 feet above the ground, the thrust will be increased and the descent will continue to Gap New. The author will then descend to Ronald Airport, where they will land.
00:10:00 In this third video of a three-part series, the FlyByWire A32nx is introduced and demonstrated. The aircraft is flown to Ronad airport, where the approach checklist is completed. The aircraft then proceeds to intercept the localizer and make a left turn to land on runway 5R. Once the glideslopes have been captured, the aircraft descends to the runway and sets the landing gear. The landing system is then brought in to land on runway 5R. The aircraft arrives at the airport and lands successfully.
00:15:00 In this third episode of the " beginner tutorial series ," Kevin explains how to fly to and land at Dusseldorf Airport. Topics include the flight, landing checklist, and reverse landing.