Real Airbus Pilot Takeoff Tutorial! A320 NEO in Microsoft Flight Simulator Basics



New to Flight Simulator or the Airbus? Here we have a tutorial looking at the basics of taking off in the Airbus A320 NEO in Microsoft Flight Simulator! Video …

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Mourad ELGORMA

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Informative video, thx alot 🙂 Why does the AP level off at certain steps during the climb, like at 5000ft? I never realised that in real live, it feels more like a constant climb. How many times does it level off?

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Hey @320 Sim Pilot . Try the latest master version of the A32NX…working Chrono buttons with the timer displayed on the ND among many other goodies that the latest stable doesn't have 🙂 Also, thanks for all the informative and very well explained videos and for taking the time to do these.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    I just want to say THANK YOU for all these tutorials on the A320neo. Thank you for making my sim experience better. I recommend you install the development mod from the installer, it’s going to blow your mind how much it has improved. Can you please make a tutorial of a short flight using simbrief, all the MCDU inputs and using charts please? I’m still having trouble when to start descending from a flight.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    I've had trouble with the latest version of the A32NX being that I find it tends to have trouble maintaining reasonable speed on a/thr. As a result, I've stopped flying it for a while hoping the devs manage to fix it soon though now I've watched this, I intend to try again and see if it was just me making mistakes

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Awesome content! This isn't too relevant to take-offs, but does anyone know why, when I use the MSFS pre-set flight plan, the required altitude for my waypoints differs radically from what ATC tells me to do?

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Great video, very helpful and very well explained. Can you do one on landing as I am finding the controls very unresponsive close to the ground resulting in crashes most of the time. Don't seem to have this problem in GA aircraft.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Hi. Any chance you could show how to fly an arc dme approach such as the one into rwy 24 at EGPH?

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    What is the purpose of entering the Transition Altitude on the PERF page? I noticed you didn't do it but I'm curious if it's for reference only or if the plane's systems use it somehow. Great video!

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    So appreciative of you making this video, have taken all the assists off recently and had been really struggling with take off, can see I was retracting the flaps way too early now so going to go away and practice doing this. Thank you so much.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    First of all, I would like to thank you for these fantastic videos. I have already seen several videos and they are helping me a lot in running this complex machine.
    Besides, at first I had to make an effort to understand you because of your rapid way of speaking, but right now I think I have improve a little bit.
    Congratulations again y I hope to see more videos soon.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Please can you tell me what I am doing wrong?

    I am setting autopilot and everything works except the plane following my flight plan.

    I have autopilot on, im using/changing all possible settings for it to follow the plan but my plane keeps drifting left.

    I've also tried setting my heading manually and it does the same thing no matter what heading I choose.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Is anyone having issues with the flight instruments not loading after you turn the display on? I primarily see it on the speed and altitude instrument that’s located on the left, I don’t know the actual name for that so my apologies but it doesn’t actually show data for me.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Hey man thanks for this tutorial ! Following the latest patch 1.9.5, it looks like they’ve updated the brakes not disengaging the Max auto brake prior to take-off. I noticed this on the vanilla version Waiting for the next fly by wire update to the mod…

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Thanks for this, very excellent detailed tutorial – much appreciated. But you (like me) are getting climb rates of about 6000ft per minute at some points using this method. Is there anything we can do to alleviate that? I've never been on an airbus that pitches up and down so wildly as this!

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Great tutorial! I've been using the A320 take-off performance calculator: http://wabpro.cz/A320/ – seems to give quite different V speeds to the ones in the sim. Also calculates Flex temps, but not sure how accurately!

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Great video, very informative as always !
    I've been using A320NX for a while now but I don't know how to put that square on the PFD so you can see your joystick movement. How's it done ?

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Great videos. But my a320 mod do massing up my plane. Do you have any idea how can I resolve this problem? Thank you

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Thank you so much for your continuing help with making the complex system that is the A320neo in MSFS usable! I also have a suggestion/request: I'd be very interested in your assessment of the aircraft T/O performance under hot & high conditions, as I have been really struggling with this. I would suggest to try this out in Quito, Ecuador, as MSFS offers you two airports nearby (the new airport with ~4000m runway at 7800ft, and the old airport with ~3000m runway at ~9000ft) – great for direct comparisons. I guess you'd always take off with flaps 2 or 3, but 4000m won't even suffice to reach rotating speed at TOGA… I'd just like to know if the aircraft's behavior is realistic. I'd also like to know what the thrust rating of the LEAP-1A engines in the sim is, but so far I've found no info on this. I somehow guess they're at one of the lower thrust ratings for the 320neo, which would explain part of the problems I've encountered…
    Anyway, I'm looking forward to the next bit of knowledge you share whatever it is – this is actually the first YouTube channel I've ever felt is worth subscribing to.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Wonderful! After watching these videos, I feel like I pretty much have my A320 type rating. Now to find someone who will let me fly the real thing.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    this is the best explanation I have ever seen about a take off procedure. Thanks a lot for your help

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Quick question what about the fuel and weights I’m used to xplane 11 and putting all that information in where do you put that in now? Also do you have the link to where you have the video showing you where to put this information into the CDU? Thank you in advance

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Thank you so much for these videos! Do you use the green F and S on landing also or is it strictly for takoff? Cause I notice I see it when landing also. Thank you!

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:18
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    Hi, really valuable tips for the kind of sofa pilot like me. Im gonna test these definetely asap😊 Thanks for your efforts👍🏼

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