Summary of 🤩✈️ TUTORIAL ESPAÑOL #1 X-Plane 11 Boeing 737-800✈️ 🤩

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This video tutorial covers the basics of flying a 737-800 using X-Plane 11. It covers topics such as engine start-up, taxiing, takeoff, and landing. Additionally, the video covers how to use the various navigational tools available in X-Plane 11.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Spanish-speaking pilot recta instructs viewers on how to fly the Boeing 737-800 using X-Plane. She explains the importance of having proper navigational charts, and provides a basic checklist to get started. Finally, she provides a link to her website where users can download her more in-depth flight plans.
  • 00:05:00 This video explains how to navigate using X-Plane 11, focusing on the basics of flight navigation. It covers the use of the map, localizer, and altitude settings. It also explains how to adjust settings, including the flight director. At the end of the video, the narrator provides a step-by-step guide on how to fly a basic flight in X-Plane 11.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, a Boeing 737-800 is flown using simple flight procedures. The pilot tells the viewer how much fuel they will need for a given flight, and in this case, needs six thousand six hundred and sixty-six kilos. Six thousand six hundred and seventy-six kilos is automatically changed to six thousand six hundred and seventy-seven kilos, and the flight controller tells the pilot to start the engines. The pilot then sets the aircraft for cruise, and positions themselves in the aircraft for takeoff. The pilot then sets the aircraft's altitude to cruise altitude, and copies flight instructions onto a flash drive. The aircraft then departs, and when the pilot reaches cruising altitude, sets the aircraft's flaps to five. The aircraft then reaches cruising altitude and takes off, flying with flaps at five.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, a Spanish-speaking user demonstrates how to fly a Boeing 737-800 using X-Plane. The user first explains the speeds they will not be able to touch for now and then clicks on the "Pulse Speed" button. This tells the software that they want to change the flight speed to 4.47 MPH which is the default train. The user then approximates the speed at 50% by saying it would be around 3/4ths of the train speed. They then activate the flight controls and Victor Valdés, the abbot, flies the plane with the new speed. The user then shows the route, which is runway 30, and jumps to the next page. The user then shows the position of the transponder, which is good, and continues to the next step. The user then configures the altitude and transponder settings and jumps to the next step. The user then demonstrates how to jump to a different airport. The user then jumps to a higher altitude and then back to their original airport. The user then asks a question about the altitude of transponder settings in Spain, and the user provides a response. The user then jumps to another airport and demonstrates how to change the altitude. The user then jumps
  • 00:20:00 In this video, the instructor shows how to set the altitude for a landing on a runway in X-Plane 11. He also explains how to call the push back function, which is necessary for the airplane to ascend smoothly. Finally, he shows how to start the engines.
  • 00:25:00 In this Spanish-language video tutorial, the narrator explains how to start the engines on an X-Plane 11 Boeing 737-800. First, the switch to "auto" will be activated, and the engine will start to stabilize. Once stable, the first engine can be started. The narrator then shows how to increase the speed of the first engine, and how to activate the lights and sounds of the taxi and passenger planes. Once the first engine is at full speed, the narrator switches to the second engine. Finally, the narrator explains how to deactivate the generators.
  • 00:30:00 This video explains how to activate the airplane's heat release system (HRS) when taxiing, in case it becomes necessary. According to the video, the system is "quite powerful" and can only be activated when in the taxi. It is recommended that you do this before every flight, as it will save you time in the event of an emergency. Finally, the video shows how to activate the airplane's lights and strobe system.
  • 00:35:00 This Spanish-language video tutorial explains how to use X-Plane 11's Boeing 737-800 aircraft. First, the narrator switches on some lights, then sets the airplane's attitude and altitude. Next, the narrator activates the airplane's terrain radar, and finally, they fly to the runway. Once there, the narrator switches off the airplane's engines, and the landing gear can be retracted.
  • 00:40:00 In this video, a student explains how to fly the Boeing 737-800 using X-Plane. First, the student demonstrates how to turn off the airplane's lights of takeoff and flight. Next, the student configures the next course. However, the student's original course number is incorrect, and the student sets the course to 26. However, the student's original course number is incorrect, and the student sets the course to 23198. Finally, the student explains how to activate the airplane's emergency system.
  • 00:45:00 This Spanish-language video tutorial shows how to disable your airplane's radar, fly at an altitude of cruise, and see the aircraft's reflections in the wings. The narrator explains that each person's computer hardware is different, so some people may prefer better graphics while others may not. The video finishes with a short flight lesson on how to descend to a fly-level destination.
  • 00:50:00 This video demonstrates how to prepare for an airplane landing, with emphasis on the X-Plane 11 Boeing 737-800. You can see the localizer (the instrument that helps pilots find their way to an airport) in action, and learn how to set the airport's altitude using the altimeter. Finally, the pilot instructs passengers to put on their seatbelts and prepare for landing. The landing is then configured, with the pilot setting the airport's altitude and airspeed.
  • 00:55:00 This tutorial explains how to fly a 737-800 using X-Plane 11. The first step is to configure the aircraft for a fly level at 160 degrees. Next, we move on to a test flight where we drop the aircraft down to 190 degrees. We then configure the aircraft for 60 knots and let it stabilize. The next step is to fly the aircraft to a fly level of 160 degrees and let it stabilize. We then proceed to play level 150 and fly the aircraft down to 140 degrees. We then configure the aircraft for 30 knots and drop it back to 190 degrees. We then configure the aircraft for 2 knots and fly it back up to 30 degrees. We then turn off the flight spoilers and fly the aircraft to the runway.

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This video is a tutorial for Spanish speakers on how to land a Boeing 737-800 airplane. The video starts with an explanation of how to activate the powerful engines needed for take-off. It then goes on to say that the lights should be turned on once the plane has reached its destination. The instructor then demonstrates how to descend the plane using the aerodynamic brakes and how to prepare for landing. Finally, the video shows the airplane landing and the instructor gives some tips for beginners.

  • 01:00:00 This video shows how to fly a Boeing 737-800 using X-Plane 11. The video starts with explaining that, in any weather, you would need to activate more powerful engines in order to have enough power. The engines must always be running in continuous mode, otherwise things will look bad. After apologizing for the inconvenience, we'll go ahead and turn on the light. By doing this, we can see that things are a little bit dark. We normally fly with the lights off, but for now we'll turn them on, just a bit. Everything is now perfect, after we required it again. We're flying with continuous engines. Keep going like this, and we'll eventually reach our destination. However, there's still something wrong. We need to keep going until we reach 10,000 feet. Once we reach that altitude, we need to activate the landing lights or take off lights. We're still flying long, because the plane is going fast. So we've activated the airplane's automatic brakes. It will now stabilize. We're finally here! With this altitude, we should only have a few miles of nautical miles left. I'll start descending, and you can do the same by pressing the down arrow
  • 01:05:00 In this tutorial, the instructor explains how to fly a Boeing 737-800 using X-Plane 11. He starts by saying that although the airplane has "aerodynamic brakes," it will slowly descend when it reaches its lowest altitude. Once it reaches 0 30 altitude, the airplane's speed will be lowered significantly, giving the pilot time to start opening flash and doing all the procedures. The instructor notes that at first, he was very scared, believing the plane would reach 500 kilometers per hour before landing. However, he continues to descend, and by the time he reaches 190 kilometers altitude, he has already requested the altimeter and is preparing to land. Once the airplane is close enough to the ground, the instructor initiates the landing procedure by lowering the altitude to 140 kilometers. Finally, the airplane slows down as it enters the runway, and the instructor opens the flaps to achieve a smooth touchdown.
  • 01:10:00 This Spanish tutorial explains how to land a Boeing 737-800 using the aerodynamic brakes, reverse thrust, and flaps. It also covers how to deactivate the landing gear and localizer.
  • 01:15:00 This video teaches Spanish speakers how to land a Boeing 737-800 airplane. Scenes of the airplane landing outside are shown, followed by tips for beginners. Thanks for watching!

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