At this point you should be familiar with all of the checklists that have been provided in this article (first 3 in the list) and the Selective Update menu should be selected to ensure that the checklist and state of the aircraft is up to date. From here we can return to the checklist menu and continue to run through the rest of the checklist . At the end of the checklist the aircraft will be in the expected state.
Once we have set a checklist up for a simulator, we will also want to create a script that activates it for an aircraft and performs a checklist on startup. You will then be able to run the checklist from the simulation menus.
Once the checklist has been set up, there are a few essential procedures that need to be performed to make sure the aircraft is ready to be flown. The first of these is to make sure that the aircraft is in the correct position for takeoff. This is done by adjusting the throttle input to point the aircraft along the runway, adjusting the autopilot to take control and steering the nosewheel to centre the aircraft on the runway. You can also hear the engines come up in pitch. If the aircraft is too fast to hold this position, it is important that you depress the brakes and move the aircraft back onto the centreline of the runway to enable you to take off. Once you have completed the initial taxi and are on the runway you can check the position of the nosewheel and the overall condition of the tyres using the checklist and the Failsafe button.
The ability to “go back in time” of the checklist shows and describes the steps in a clear way from the early handover at the departure airport to the rolling on of engines at the arrival airport. The checklist is constantly available on the PIP's and the landing touch-screen.
All the text and illustrations are perfectly placed and as I would expect, a bit of searching on the initial page of the presentation will point to the relevant information with the links to the supporting checklist PDF's, which clearly explain the procedures and checkpoints along with any extra information or explanation.
The demonstration is a simple one and is not really a simulation of the day to day use of the system. The user interface is simple and intuitive and the addition of links to the checklist from the in flight section of the PDF is a great feature. I also like the fact that you can access via a phone app.
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