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  1. Again it's important to know what model of B738 you're referring to. If it's a default-type model, or a payware which models the systems more accurately. Presumably based on your questions of "from GPS to NAV" it's a default aircraft system. In that case, you would want to switch to HDG hold once you're pointed toward the intercept point (usually as Mark said it 2000ish AGL and 10 miles, but check the charts for your particular airport). You would then verify that you're receiving the correct station on your NAV1 radio (via the Morse code IDent or the displayed alphanumeric code if you hav
  2. I know the procedure for an ILS landing, but I am not sure when to change the GPS switch to NAV, when the morse code from the runway frequency first beeps, or right before my plane turns on the final turn into the green arrow thing. I am so confused and have tried many youtube tutorials with 15 plus fails
  3. B738. I know the procedure, but I just do't know when to switch fromGPS to NAV, when the morse code beeps from the runway frequency????
  4. B738. I know the procedure, but I just do't know when to switch fromGPS to NAV, when the morse code beeps from the runway frequency????
  5. Tried to learn with Youtube, but haven't been able to land with ILS yet after 10 plus attempts. I would really appreciate it!
  6. First day and just trying to get setup. Not sure how to make my own callsign so I am hoping one of you guys can give me a callsign for a Cessna Skyhawk 172 and how to pronounce it to ATC, any reply is appreciated, thanks!
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