Radio navigation is the name of the game when you are flying a DC-9. Radio navigation, like all new things in life, can be difficult to understand at first. But once you have mastered it, it becomes second nature and you will have a much better mental picture of where you are, where you are going, and how to get there.
Join Matthias Hanel on this flight report as he flies the DC-9 Classic from Stavanger in southern Norway all the way up to the far north for a landing in snowy Tromsø.
What do you think about the 2D panel? I’m not asking about the 2D panel of any specific aircraft, just the 2D panel in general. Do you love it? Hate it? Don’t care? The reason I’m asking this question is because the DC-9 could very well be the last aircraft I make with a traditional 2D panel.
Multi Crew Experience now fully supports the DC-9 Classic.
Multi Crew Experience is a new add-on to the award winning, Microsoft Flight Simulator X, and FS2004® software. It adds the missing elements, like crew coordination, interactive checklist reading, realistic ATC operation, call-outs and warnings against deviation from standards, as well as extras, like user interface voice control.
The DC-9 Classic boxed edition is now available for purchase.
Coolsky brings this popular aircraft to your desktop with the release of Ultimate Airliners: The DC-9 Classic. This aircraft addon is a state of the art simulation of the Douglas DC-9 aircraft for Flight Simulator X. The DC-9 Classic simulates the DC-9-30 series aircraft and represents a new level of realism, simulation accuracy, graphics quality and included features.
This is an expanded checklist for the Super 80 Pro created by Stuart Ball. An expanded checklist gives you a more detailed description of what to do compared to the normal checklist, which is more of the abbreviated kind. This expanded checklist will guide you through all the Super 80 Pro checklists step-by-step and show you how to properly fly the aircraft.