FS2002 - Simple aspects of FS2002 - How do I ....?


Choose or change my aircraft, location, weather, or time of flight

To choose your aircraft, location, weather, or time of flight before beginning a flight:

1. Choose Create a Flight on the Welcome page of Flight Simulator 2002.
2. Youll be given four options. Choose Current Aircraft, Current Location, Current Weather, or Current Time Click the Change tab beneath the option you've chosen.
3. Follow the onscreen prompts.
4. Click OK.
5. Click the Fly Now tab when you're ready to fly.


To change your aircraft, location, weather, or time of flight during a flight:
To change your aircraft:

1. Select the Aircraft menu located at the top of your screen.
2. Choose Select Aircraft.
3. Follow the onscreen prompts.


To change your location:

1. Select the World menu located at the top of your screen.
2. Choose Go to Airport.
3. Follow the onscreen prompts.


To change your weather:

1. Select the World menu located at the top of your screen.
2. Choose Weather.
3. Follow the onscreen prompts.


To change the time of your flight:

1. Select the World menu located at the top of your screen.
2. Choose Time and Season.
3. Follow the onscreen prompts.


Change The Tail Number, Aircraft call sign and Flight Number of and aircraft

To change the aircraft Tail Number:

1. Select the Create a Flight link from the Navigation bar on the left.
2. Select Change Current Aircraft.
3. Choose the aircraft that you want to change the tail number.
4. Select Change ATC Name.
5. Type in the Tail Number that you prefer
6. Select OK


To change the aircraft Call Sign:

Note: Flight Simulator only recognises the call signs that it was already programmed with originally e.g. American Pacific -or- Orbit ect. Any other call signs that you give an Aircraft while editing the CFG file will not be recognised and therefore the ATC will not say them.

1. Select the Create a Flight link from the Navigation bar on the left.
2. Select Change Current Aircraft.
3. Choose the aircraft that you want to change the tail number.
4. Select Change ATC Name.
5. Select your preferred Call sign
6. Select OK


To change the aircraft Flight Number:

1. Select the Create a Flight link from the Navigation bar on the left.
2. Select Change Current Aircraft.
3. Choose the aircraft that you want to change the tail number.
4. Select Change ATC Name.
5. Type in your preferred Flight Number
6. Select OK


Create an IFR Flight Plan

To Create an IFR Flight Plan:

1. Select the Create a Flight link from the Navigation bar on the left.
2. Select Change Current Aircraft and choose the aircraft of your choice. Click OK when you have chosen the aircraft
3. If you wish select Change the Current Weather to change the current weather locally or global.
4. Select Flight Planner
5. Select your Departure Airport and Destination Airport by clicking the Select buttons. Click OK when finished
6. Select IFR
7. Choose Whether your flight plan will be Direct GPS (The most direct route to the destination), Low Altitude Airways (below but now including 18000 feet, following selected Waypoints {See Below}On Victor Airways), High Altitude Airways (Between 18000 feet and 45000 , following selected Waypoints {See Below}On Jet Airways), VOR to VOR (Following a route by following from one VOR to another)
8. Choose your exact Altitude depending on what you chose above.
9. Edit the waypoints if you wish by selecting Delete Waypoint and dragging the red line to a red dot (facilities e.g airports) or a green dot (intersections) When dragging the red line to an intersection may sure you have the Show Intersections button (located at the top of the screen) enabled.
10. Click Save


Find help

There are a variety of sources you can turn to for help throughout Flight Simulator 2002.

1. For general help with Flight Simulator, Flights, and more:

Consult the Library & Help section.

2. For help with flying problems and questions:

Check the Kneeboard. The Kneeboard contains checklists and other useful in-flight information. Learn to fly with Rod Machado. Sharpen your flying skills with pilot lessons from one of the worlds most respected flight instructors. For a complete listing of helpful tools, see your Before You Fly Handbook.

Find my Pilots Handbook

Flight Simulator 2002 includes an up-dated, expanded, onscreen collection of Handbooks. Youll find the following informative, comprehensive Handbooks within Flight Simulator 2002:

? For helpful information before you begin flying, read: Before You Fly.
? Rod Machados Ground School provides lessons from world-renowned instructor and aviation humorist Rod Machado.
? Read more about your aircraft in the Aircraft Handbook.
? Familiarize yourself with ATC using the Air Traffic Control Handbook.
? Expand your adventures and maximize your flying experience with Getting More from Flight Simulator 2002.
? Find assistance of all sorts in Flight Simulators comprehensive Library & Help section.



The Phonetic Alphabet:

A ............................................... Alpha
B ............................................... Bravo
C ............................................... Charlie
D ............................................... Delta
E ............................................... Echo
F ............................................... Foxtrot
G ............................................... Golf
H ............................................... Hotel
I ............................................... India
J ............................................... Juliet
K ............................................... Kilo
L ............................................... Lima
M ............................................... Mike
N ............................................... November
O ............................................... Oscar
P ............................................... Papa
Q ............................................... Quebec
R ............................................... Romeo
S ............................................... Sierra
T............................................... Tango
U ............................................... Uniform
V ............................................... Victor
W ............................................... Whiskey
X ............................................... X-ray
Y ............................................... Yankee
Z ............................................... Zulu



0 ............................................... Zero
1 ............................................... One
2 ............................................... Two
3 ............................................... Three
4 ............................................... Four
5 ............................................... Five
6 ............................................... Six
7 ............................................... Seven
8 ............................................... Eight
9 ............................................... Niner


Numbers above 9: Say each digit. For example, when calling air traffic control and relaying your aircrafts callsign, state, This is Cessna Niner Five Juliet.


Back

 
URLs
www.fsdome.com
www.fscorner.com
www.fscorner.de
www.biic.de/msfs/
bookmark
Partner Sites


Copyright 2001-2014
by FSDome.com
Privacy | Disclaimer