Tutorial on AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION AIDS

Thanks to Rising Wings Aviation Channel, here is a very interesting video on airplane navigation aids (NAVAIDs) such as VOR (Very high frequency Omnidirectional radio Range), and how to use the OBS (Omni Bearing Selector) knob both on CDI (Course Deviation Indicator), and VOR; DME (Distance Measuring Equipment); VOR/DME; TACAN (Tactical Air Navigation); VOT (VOR Test facility); and VORTAC (co-located VOR & TACAN beacon):

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HOLDING PATTERN & TEARDROP ENTRY REMARKABLY EXPLAINED

A holding pattern is nothing more than a big oval formed in a race-track shape that is designed to keep an aircraft in a specified space for a specified amount of time. A holding pattern can be published on either airway charts or terminal charts or can be unpublished, and specified by the air traffic controller. Watch the video (from 1’49 »):

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Navigation thanks to Los Angeles VHF omnidirectional range (LAX VOR)

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Cockpit overview

This is a remarkable video provided from ANGLE of ATTACK thanks to Chris Palmer who spreads a wealth of knowledge through aviation on his blog AVIATOR 90. You can watch a brilliant description on the video below:

Aviator90 Episode 5- Cockpit from Chris Palmer on Vimeo.

Aviator90 is a basic virtual flight simulator training course from Angle of Attack for FSX, FS9 and other simulation. Aviator90 is 90 Days, 45 Lessons, and ALL FREE. To learn more go to www.flyAOAmedia.com/blog

In this episode we discuss many parts of the cockpit to start to get you familiar with the controls, switches, and instruments.

« Until next time, throttle on… »

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