FSX JAL Express 1683 Tokyo Haneda Mission
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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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.
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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