viernes, 16 de diciembre de 2011

Instrument Flying HandBook



This Instrument Flying Handbook is designed for use by instrument flight instructors and pilots preparing for instrument rating tests. Instructors may find this handbook a valuable training aid as it includes basic reference material for knowledge testing and instrument flight training.

Crédito: FAA and industry effort

Approach Guides



All information included in this guide is for the purpose of the Microsoft Flight Simulator series only and should not be used for real world endeavours. Content: Instrument Landing System (ILS) Guide, Common Questions regarding the ILS, VOR Approach Information, NDB / ADF Approach Information, GPS Approach Guide, Disclaimer and Information.

Crédito: 99jolegg

Extended Range Operation Two Engine Airplanes



ETOPS is an acronym for Extended-range Twin-engine Operational Performance Standards, an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Standard and Recommended Practice (SARP) permitting twin-engined commercial air transporters to fly routes that, at some points, are farther than a distance of 60 minutes' flying time from an emergency or diversion airport. 
This rule allows twin-engined airliners—such as the Airbus A300, A310, A320, A330 and A350 families, the Boeing 737, 757, 767 and 777, and the Embraer E-Jets —to fly long-distance routes that were previously off-limits to twin-engined aircraft. ETOPS operation has no direct correlation to water nor distance over water. It refers to single-engine flight times between diversion airfields—regardless as to whether such fields are separated by water or land.
ETOPS may be replaced by a newer system, referred to as LROPS or "Long Range Operational Performance Standards", which will affect all civil airliners, not just those with a twin-engine configuration. Until the mid-1980s, the term EROPS (extended range operations) was used before being superseded by ETOPS usage. Currently, the ETOPS term is commonly used for operations previously described as LROPS or EROPS.



Crédito: Extended Twin Engine Operations

ATR 72 FMS and MMMS Operator's Training Manual



This manual is to provide the reader with a basic understanding of the system(s) described. For detailed and current information regarding operation of equipment, refer to the appropriate UNS Operator’s Manual or Technical Manual.

Crédito: Universla Avionics

Private Pilot (PPL) Ground School Manual



It is intended to teach the basics of flying and was written with the flight simulation pilot in mind. This PPL ground school manual, the course TASK outline, the FAA “Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge” and the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), make up some of the study materials to help you, the student, learn the basics of aviation and flight simulation flying.

Crédito: Scott Clarke, George Lewis

miércoles, 14 de diciembre de 2011

Smoke System Adjustment for Dassault Falcon 50 FSX



Smoke System Adjustment For Dassault Falcon 50 version 1.1 (2011) by Yannick Lavigne, Fred Banting, Rob Young, Eric Dantes, Andre, Ludovic, Gilles, Loic, Philippe Wallaert, Don Bodenstedt (and probably others as well). This adjustment moves the three smoke trails to the proper locations at the three engines' exhaust ports.

Crédito: Tom Tiedman

SR20 Cirus Airplane Information Manual



This section contains information of general interest to pilots and owners. You will find the information useful in acquainting yourself with the airplane, as well as in loading, fueling, sheltering, and handling the airplane during ground operations. Additionally, this section contains definitions or explanations of symbols, abbreviations, and terminology used throughout this handbook.

• Note •
For specific information regarding the organization of this Handbook, revisions, supplements, and procedures to be used to obtain revision service for this handbook, refer to the “Foreword” immediately following the title page.

Crédito: Cirrus Design Corporation

747-400 Aircraft Operations Manual First Edition



Welcome to the Delta Virtual Airlines’ Aircraft Operating Manual (AOM) for the Boeing 747-400.
The AOM is based upon the DVA Fleet Installer. We are always seeking to improve the accuracy of the AOM.
 
Should you have questions about the specifics of this airplane or this manual, you should create a Help Desk issue at our website, www.deltava.org.
Should you have questions about aviation in general, creating a Help Desk issue is the best course of action to take. The training department and Flight Academy personnel will do their best to answer your questions.
If you are new to flying and would like to learn training that is modeled after real world training, you can sign up for flight instruction in the DVA Flight Academy.
Crédito: Delta Airlines