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Start ::  Pilot's Lobby ::  Pilots' Pub ::  A Commuter First Officer's Life....aka the Beech 1900 P3DV4
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A Commuter First Officer's Life....aka the Beech 1900 P3DV4

socalf1fan Posted: 11.08.2017, 19:29

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I actually used to make videos on Youtube a long time ago. My editing skills suck but I thought I would make one with my new P3D V4 toy. Since I am a Rank 1 Pilot....I get to fly the ugly beast known as the B1900...enjoy!

Link to the video on my Youtube

Nick Silver SPA 664
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Anonymous Posted: 11.08.2017, 19:45
Unregistered User Nick, this is a really excellent video!! Music and everything, quite a nice piece. Look forward to seeing more like these. I also want to welcome you to our airline, it has been a pleasure talking with you on Teamspeak, we look forward to many more chats and hope you can join us on some of the group flights. Nice landings BTW!!
Scott Sinclair
jer029 Posted: 12.08.2017, 07:13


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Nice video Nick, and I agree that they are very nice landings.  I've been flying the Carenado B1900 almost exclusively while I get some of my other plane models migrated to v4.  I learned a new appreciation for the smaller and slower planes by doing the cross-country flights along with the free Aviator90 video lessons by Chris Palmer's Angle of Attack (see link under "SPA Recommends" at the bottom of the main menu.  I find the P3d version of the 1900 much more difficult to fly (perhaps my settings are more realistic or the flight characteristics are better modeled than in FSX, but I find it very difficult to land the B1900 under 250 fpm - and I have to keep adjusting the throttle to keep it on the glideslope with the AP active. Hmmm.


edited by: jer029, Aug 12, 2017 - 07:22 AM

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