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FSX JAL Express 1683 Tokyo Haneda Misison

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Take the role of Toshiyuki Watanabe, a young first officer for JAL originally from Hokkaido in the north. This morning you'll be working JAL 1683 from Tokyo Haneda to Okayama, about a one hour flight in this Boeing 737-800 which they let you fly. It's a nice September morning and the weather is hot! Its 10 am boarding has finished and the paperwork too so everyone is ready to go. By Pierre G. Shlimon.

Screenshot of JAL Express in flight.

Screenshot of JAL Express in flight.

There are no compass pointers in this mission. You have to do everything by yourself (sorry)! Just call up ATC to start and follow them all the way to Okayama! The flight plan is loaded in the airplane to start though. When asked to "proceed on own course" by ATC just select GPS from NAV/GPS selector and activate VOR/NAV navigation in the autopilot and you'll be doing great!

There are a couple of things which might help if you can printout (very sorry if you don't have a printer available) located within the "Docs" thing..

All the very best!!

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MusicRadio!.mht09.18.12681.56 kB
DocsTt.rtf09.18.121.48 kB
Readmetextformat!!.txt09.18.121.22 kB
Setup!!.rtf09.18.121.47 kB
Setuptextformat!!.txt09.18.121.15 kB
Dockingchart.jpg09.18.12199.22 kB
OkayamaA.jpg09.18.1266.99 kB
OkayamaC.jpg09.18.1252.14 kB
Tt.jpg09.18.1228.54 kB
Untitled2.bmp09.18.122.36 MB
Untitled4.bmp09.18.121.73 MB
Tt_MErewards.RWD09.18.1260.69 kB
Screenshot.jpg09.18.1211.22 kB
File_id.diz09.18.121.28 kB
Briefing.htm09.18.122.76 kB
Image_complete.bmp09.18.1287.15 kB
Image_Incomplete.bmp09.18.1287.15 kB
Images09.18.120 B
Overview.jpg09.18.123.34 kB
RewardDetail.jpg09.18.1237.32 kB
RewardSmall.jpg09.18.1223.23 kB
Kneeboard.htm09.18.12941 B
Mission.FLT09.18.129.21 kB
Mission.WX09.18.12899.52 kB
Sound09.18.120 B
Intro1.wav09.18.12188.26 kB
Intro2.wav09.18.1273.99 kB
LandedOK.wav09.18.12120.07 kB
Tt.PLN09.18.123.82 kB
Tt.xml09.18.128.66 kB
Tt.xml.layout09.18.12899 B
Tt_MErewards.RWD09.18.1260.69 kB
Tt_MErewards.xml09.18.12326 B
Manythanks.rtf09.18.12300 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
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I love being able to expand my knowledge of aviation and with this mod; I was able to do just that. Mission packs are always a lot of fun, as they tend to let you try out very specific circumstances and see how you would hand it when the heat is on. One thing that really impressed me, however, was the fact that the story for the mission is so plausible.

Not only does it help you get used to a new kind of aircraft and a range of other smart features, but it’s a very challenging mission to succeed at.

Some might not enjoy this factor but I personally loved it – it adds such a unique little take to the world for me. Something that I really enjoyed about using this kind of mod, though, was the fact that it allowed me to enjoy a different kind of flight style.

With no compass pointers or the like I had to work it out for myself during the flight. Whilst this is sold as a negative by the developer, I actually quite enjoyed it; the world of pointers and tips to help us is something I’m actually quite against.

For that reason, I was a massive fan of using this mission. It felt authentic and added another layer of realism to the flight, making me have to learn my own path and make sure that I was taking the right precautions.

The developer was very down on his mod but I would happily recommend it to anyone who wants to have some fun and take a new path forward. It feels excellent to be running around within the world like this, and it’s something that I would thoroughly enjoy being a part of in the future – its huge fun. If you like new missions that challenge you as a pilot, then it’s well worth trying this out.

Adam McEnroe

About Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe is a flight sim enthusiast who has been simming since the days of FS95. Adam writes all of the download section editorials after testing each of the files.

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