That wrote somebody in another thread, I opened before that one here.
set the ils frequency and course in the rad nav page . set the approach page , qnh temp wind md or dh disicion heigt , and flaps full .
there are many ways to approach an ils but here is one of them.
FD and ILS must lit green on the panel and set you ND to ILS
fly at 4000 ft outbound on the ils
when the glidslope indicator moves upwards and is in the middle then turn 30 degrees left.
then decent 500 or 1000 feet fly 1 or 2 minutes that heading .
slow down to 190 and flaps 1
turn 180 degrees to the right
set the LOC on the panel to on it lit green
slow down to 170 flaps 2
slowdown t 160 flaps 3
now the plane alligns automatic with the localizer and the glideslope is above you.
when straight on the localizer slow down to the Vapp speed wich is displayed on you approach page. flaps full.
press appr on the panel it lit green.
then you see the glideslope indicator moving , the plane will allign with the glide slope,
while it begins to decent to follow the glidslope , lower the gear and set autobrake 2 on
arm the spoilers , not extend but arm;lol
now press ap2 on the panel .
on 400 feet you wil see LAND on your left crt display , and it will try to do a autoland.
if a red light goes on with the warning autoland then abort the landing.
from here on you just can wait untill it slams on the tarmac and revers thrust iff needed are done manual.
if you look for a smooth landing , then im sorry , the disigner want it to land that hard.
still im changing inputs and code to make smooth autolandings on every runway and weather conditions and weights .lol