As I started lately flying again in the flightdeck I also cought up to the streaming “hype”. As some of you already know my setup, I think I can inspire some of those who are thinking of a homecockpit building project.
If you are interested, jump over in the chat when I am flying. On the sidebar to your right, there is the actual status of the stream.
In this status update we will capture the new built in gauges from customsimparts. The near future withe the update of P3D to v5 and the next planned hardware changes on the PCs.
In this short video you can see the brake pressure gauge working with Prosim737.
Another status update from my homecockpit progress. Here we will short cover the new upgraded backlights from most of the forward overhead as well as an outlook of the next topics like new gauges and new panels in the pedestal.
Realtime approach for runway 04L in LFMN (Nice) during the citylink event on the Vatsim network.
In this realtime video you will find an explanation to the LOC DME East Approach into Innsbruck[LOWI] followed by the famous circling for runway 08.
Please note: I am not a real pilot, so it will not be 100% correct.
Flown online on the VATSIM network For entertaining purpose only.
I received a message from YouTube, that I have reached 100 subscribers :-).
Ok, not that much as other builders, but mainly the videos are an archive for myself and I am glad that 100 other people are subscribed to my channel.
Join us in the bi-annually cross the pond event from Vatsim.
This time I had Chris as a FO with me and we took the 737 from Toronto to Amsterdam. During the 8hours and 9minutes block time we burned 16.1t of fuel.
Enjoy a mixture of time lapse and real time videos from cockpit preparation until the night landing with different camera angles including Position reports on the NAT Track.
Our flightplan filed out from FO Chris can be found here:
Here are some selected screenshots:
parked in Toronto
parked in Toronto
cruising over the atlantic…
… into the sunset
landed in Amsterdam
Today I have a new video created for you.
This time the departure in Stockholm and the arrivial in Hamburg is fully filmed in Point of View (POV) from the captains side.
Here is a short timelapse video from an approach and landing in Zurich.