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Dale Collins piloting Boeing 737-8G8 CHINA SOUTHERN Winglets ended 16 October 2011 at 20:23

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 29.83 Miles Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: BOEING ID: B-5121 Airline: CHINA SOUTHERN Flight: 3211

Flight plan: TO ZJHK Haikou:Meilan NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 52 Mins 39 Secs

Landing Score:32.50

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good glideslope on visual approach. [50%]
  • Good alignment with runway on visual approach. [80%]
  • Gentle touchdown. [679 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [119 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • With spoilers armed.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [6958 feet] (excessive)
    • No glideslope - could not compare flare to glideslope.
    • Nose down too low - you need to land on your main gear.
    • Touch down not aligned with the runway - let's point down the runway.
    • Throttle(s) forward - should be idle.
    • Ballooning during landing - needs practice.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:129.70

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Nice banking.
      • Gear deployment at safe speed.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Rotation was not late.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Smooth comfortable descent rate.
      • Pitch not too high.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Rough turns - your passengers spilt their drinks and have a pain in their necks.

      [*]Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.

      [*]Wings not level near ground - danger of clipping a wing.

      [*]Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting Boeing 737-89L NGX Air China Winglets ended 23 October 2011 at 00:07

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 62.14 Miles Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: BOEING ID: B-5392 Airline: Air China Flight: AC001

Flight plan: ZJHK TO VVNB Hanoi:Noibai Intl NAV1: LBN

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:01 Hours 05 Mins 27 Secs

Landing Score:105.29

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good alignment with runway on visual approach. [90%]
  • Gentle touchdown. [325 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [116 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [2419 feet]
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Glideslope held until flare.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • With spoilers armed.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Throttle(s) idle.
  • Good controlled final descent to touchdown.
  • Good steering after landing.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [40%]
    • Nose down too low - you need to land on your main gear.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:127.47

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Nice banking.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Smooth comfortable descent rate.
      • Pitch not too high.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.

      [*]Exceeding gear speed - your landing gear may be damaged: have it checked.

      [*]Late rotation - when Vr is reached - take off.

      [*]Wings not level near ground - danger of clipping a wing.

      [*]Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

      [*]Excessive speed at low altitude - several complaints have been filed.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting RealAir Beech Duke Turbine VHDUC Winglets Ventral ended 23 October 2011 at 22:39

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 1.00 Miles Wind: 4 Knots

Aircraft: Beech ID: VHDUC Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: VVNB TO VLLB Luang Phabang:Luang Phabang NAV1: LPB

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:01 Hours 09 Mins 19 Secs

Landing Score:59.20

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Gentle touchdown. [108 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [75 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [3605 feet]
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Glideslope held until flare.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Throttle(s) idle.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [30%]
    • Poor alignment with runway on visual approach - line up and stay there. [0%]
    • Ballooning during landing - needs practice.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:96.80

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Nice banking.
      • Correct matching of flaps to speeds.
      • Gear deployment at safe speed.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Rotation was not late.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Wings level near ground.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Sickening G forces - your passengers feel rather unwell.

      [*]Rough pitch control - that flight felt like a rollercoaster.

      [*]Dangerous stalls - don't let that happen again.

      [*]Rapid descent - dangerous and uncomfortable.

      [*]Nose held too high - spilt drinks and worried expressions.

      [*]Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting RealAir Beech Duke Turbine HK4628G Winglets Ventral ended 29 October 2011 at 14:08

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 29.83 Miles Wind: 1 Knots

Aircraft: Beech ID: HK4628G Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: VLLB TO VYYY Yangon:Yangon Intl NAV1: IYGN

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:02 Hours 26 Mins 09 Secs

Landing Score:90.95

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good alignment with runway on ILS approach. [90%]
  • Gentle touchdown. [98 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [68 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Glideslope held until flare.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Throttle(s) idle.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on ILS approach - you can do better. [20%]
    • Ballooning during landing - needs practice.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:67.76

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Gear deployment at safe speed.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Rotation was not late.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Rough turns - your passengers spilt their drinks and have a pain in their necks.

      [*]Steep banking - save your aerobatic flying for some other time.

      [*]Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.

      [*]Sickening G forces - your passengers feel rather unwell.

      [*]Rough pitch control - that flight felt like a rollercoaster.

      [*]Wings not level near ground - danger of clipping a wing.

      [*]Poorly coordinated turns - use your rudder correctly.

      [*]Dangerous stalls - don't let that happen again.

      [*]Rapid descent - dangerous and uncomfortable.

      [*]Nose held too high - spilt drinks and worried expressions.

      [*]Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

      [*]Narrowly missed obstacles - plan your safety altitudes.

      Definite room for improvement...

      Definitely a hairy flight. I had my number 2 engine fail and suddenly discovered why you need both engines if you want to fly without killing yourself and passengers.

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Dale Collins piloting RealAir Beech Duke Turbine N157JT Winglets Ventral ended 29 October 2011 at 19:54

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 62.14 Miles Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: Beech ID: N157JT Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: VYYY TO VGCB Coxs Bazar:Coxs Bazar NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:01 Hours 46 Mins 21 Secs

Landing Score:102.15

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good glideslope on visual approach. [50%]
  • Good alignment with runway on visual approach. [90%]
  • Gentle touchdown. [115 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [77 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [1775 feet]
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Glideslope held until flare.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Throttle(s) idle.
  • Good controlled final descent to touchdown.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:115.03

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Nice banking.
      • Correct matching of flaps to speeds.
      • Gear deployment at safe speed.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Smooth comfortable descent rate.
      • Pitch not too low.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Late rotation - when Vr is reached - take off.

      [*]Wings not level near ground - danger of clipping a wing.

      [*]Nose held too high - spilt drinks and worried expressions.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting PMDG 737-800NGX USAF VIP ended 29 October 2011 at 22:37

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 9.94 Miles Wind: 5 Knots

Aircraft: BOEING ID: 10041 Airline: Air Force Flight: 738

Flight plan: VGCB TO VEBD Baghdogra:Baghdogra AB NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:01 Hours 11 Mins 14 Secs

Landing Score:33.60

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good glideslope on visual approach. [50%]
  • Gentle touchdown. [92 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [141 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [4424 feet]
  • Glideslope held until flare.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Good controlled final descent to touchdown.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor alignment with runway on visual approach - line up and stay there. [0%]
    • Landed without a proper approach OR off runway surface.
    • Without spoilers armed - arm them before landing.
    • Throttle(s) forward - should be idle.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:133.82

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Nice banking.
      • Gear deployment at safe speed.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Rotation was not late.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Wings level near ground.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Pitch not too high.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.

      [*]Rapid descent - dangerous and uncomfortable.

      [*]Narrowly missed tail strike - watch your pitch: this could have been bad.

      [*]Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting de Havilland Canadian Twin Otter YA ended 31 October 2011 at 00:01

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 29.83 Miles Wind: 15 Knots

Aircraft: DeHavilland ID: 9N-AET Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 51 Mins 13 Secs

Landing Score:26.00

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Gentle touchdown. [331 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [42 KIAS]
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • With flaps - good job.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • No glideslope information was available on visual approach.
    • No runway alignment information was available on visual approach.
    • Wings not level - danger of clipping the ground or damaging your gear.
    • Landed without a proper approach OR off runway surface.
    • No glideslope - could not compare flare to glideslope.
    • Nose down too low - you need to land on your main gear.
    • Touch down not aligned with the runway - let's point down the runway.
    • Throttle(s) forward - should be idle.
    • Ballooning during landing - needs practice.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:84.97

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Correct matching of flaps to speeds.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Rotation was not late.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • Smooth comfortable descent rate.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Steep banking - save your aerobatic flying for some other time.

      [*]Poor steering during takeoff - stay in the centre of the runway.

      [*]Wings not level near ground - danger of clipping a wing.

      [*]Dangerous stalls - don't let that happen again.

      [*]Narrowly missed tail strike - watch your pitch: this could have been bad.

      [*]Nose held too high - spilt drinks and worried expressions.

      [*]Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

      [*]Excessive speed at low altitude - several complaints have been filed.

      [*]Narrowly missed obstacles - plan your safety altitudes.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting de Havilland Canadian Twin Otter YA ended 04 November 2011 at 22:50

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 2.00 Miles Wind: 5 Knots

Aircraft: DeHavilland ID: 9N-AET Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: TO VNKT Kathmandu:Tribhuvan Intl NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 31 Mins 53 Secs

Landing Score:26.69

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good alignment with runway on visual approach. [70%]
  • Gentle touchdown. [312 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [56 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Throttle(s) idle.
  • Good controlled final descent to touchdown.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [40%]
    • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [6934 feet] (excessive)
    • No glideslope - could not compare flare to glideslope.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:102.81

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Nice banking.
      • Correct matching of flaps to speeds.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Rotation was not late.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Wings level near ground.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Pitch not too high.
      • Pitch not too low.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Rough turns - your passengers spilt their drinks and have a pain in their necks.

      [*]Poor steering during takeoff - stay in the centre of the runway.

      [*]Flaps down while taxiing - get them up.

      [*]Loss of altitude during takeoff - climb smoothly.

      [*]Rapid descent - dangerous and uncomfortable.

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Dale Collins piloting de Havilland Canadian Twin Otter YA ended 05 November 2011 at 00:53

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 1.00 Miles Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: DeHavilland ID: 9N-AET Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: VNKT TO VEPT : NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:01 Hours 09 Mins 21 Secs

Landing Score:26.55

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Gentle touchdown. [295 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [53 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Throttle(s) idle.
  • Good controlled final descent to touchdown.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [0%]
    • Poor alignment with runway on visual approach - line up and stay there. [0%]
    • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [4730 feet] (excessive)
    • Landed without a proper approach OR off runway surface.
    • No glideslope - could not compare flare to glideslope.
    • Touch down not aligned with the runway - let's point down the runway.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:99.06

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Nice banking.
      • Correct matching of flaps to speeds.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Rotation was not late.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • Smooth comfortable descent rate.
      • Pitch not too high.
      • Pitch not too low.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Rough turns - your passengers spilt their drinks and have a pain in their necks.

      [*]Rough pitch control - that flight felt like a rollercoaster.

      [*]Poor steering during takeoff - stay in the centre of the runway.

      [*]Wings not level near ground - danger of clipping a wing.

      [*]Dangerous stalls - don't let that happen again.

      [*]Flaps not down on time - plan your landing next time.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting de Havilland Canadian Twin Otter BA ended 06 November 2011 at 02:05

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 9.94 Miles Wind: 5 Knots

Aircraft: DeHavilland ID: G-BVVK Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: VEPT TO VANP Nagpur:Nagpur NAV1: INGR

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:03 Hours 06 Mins 07 Secs

Landing Score:56.29

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good alignment with runway on ILS approach. [90%]
  • Gentle touchdown. [197 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [53 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Throttle(s) idle.
  • Good controlled final descent to touchdown.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on ILS approach - you can do better. [0%]
    • Glideslope lost before you flared - not your best effort.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:125.06

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Nice banking.
      • Correct matching of flaps to speeds.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Wings level near ground.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Smooth comfortable descent rate.
      • Pitch not too high.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Late rotation - when Vr is reached - take off.

      [*]Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

      Definite room for improvement...

      Didn't think I was going to get any further , spent all day trying to get FSX to run without crashing (FSX that is, not my airplane!)

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Dale Collins piloting Douglas DC3F ended 06 November 2011 at 13:21

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 62.14 Miles Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: Douglas ID: DC3 Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: VANP TO VOPC Pondicherry:Pondicherry NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:03 Hours 07 Mins 09 Secs

Landing Score:119.85

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good alignment with runway on visual approach. [70%]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [66 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [194 feet]
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Glideslope held until flare.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Throttle(s) idle.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [40%]
    • Too hard - may have damaged your landing gear. [784 FPM]
    • Ballooning during landing - needs practice.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:126.27

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Gear deployment at safe speed.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Wings level near ground.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Smooth comfortable descent rate.
      • Pitch not too high.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Steep banking - save your aerobatic flying for some other time.

      [*]Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.

      [*]Late rotation - when Vr is reached - take off.

      [*]Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting Douglas DC3F ended 06 November 2011 at 15:20

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 62.14 Miles Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: Douglas ID: DC3 Airline: Flight:

Flight plan: VOPC TO VCBI Katunayake:Bandaranaike Intl Colombo NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:01 Hours 38 Mins 18 Secs

Landing Score:50.20

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Good alignment with runway on visual approach. [70%]
  • Gentle touchdown. [358 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [63 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [462 feet]
  • Landed on runway surface.
  • Glideslope held until flare.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • Heading aligned with runway.
  • Throttle(s) idle.
  • Good controlled final descent to touchdown.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [40%]
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:124.94

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Nice banking.
      • Gear deployment at safe speed.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Gentle taxi turns.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Rotation was not late.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Wings level near ground.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Smooth comfortable descent rate.
      • Pitch not too low.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.

      [*]Nose held too high - spilt drinks and worried expressions.

      Definite room for improvement...

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Dale Collins piloting PMDG 737-800NGX PMDG House Winglets ended 06 November 2011 at 18:50

FSFlyingSchool 2011 (June 17th 2011)

Using: FSX

Visibility: 62.14 Miles Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: BOEING ID: N738PM Airline: PMDG Flight: 738

Flight plan: VCBI TO VRMM Male:Male Intl NAV1:

Failure(s): None at landing

Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None

Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:01 Hours 09 Mins 34 Secs

Landing Score:32.04

Landing was successful in the following areas:

  • Gentle touchdown. [420 FPM]
  • Good landing speed - not too fast. [110 KIAS]
  • Wings were level.
  • Distance from runway threshold (visual approach): [2650 feet]
  • Glideslope held until flare.
  • Good pitch control after touchdown.
  • Good pitch at landing.
  • With flaps - good job.
  • With spoilers armed.
  • Throttle(s) idle.
  • Good controlled final descent to touchdown.


    Landing included the following problems:
    • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [40%]
    • Poor alignment with runway on visual approach - line up and stay there. [30%]
    • Landed without a proper approach OR off runway surface.
    • Touch down not aligned with the runway - let's point down the runway.
    • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

      Definite room for improvement...


      Flight Score:132.72

      Flight commended in the following areas:

      • Smooth turns.
      • Nice banking.
      • Gear deployment at safe speed.
      • Comfortable G forces.
      • Smooth pitch control.
      • Flown within aircraft's maximum speed limit.
      • Good take off steering.
      • Appropriate position of flaps during taxi.
      • Safe taxi speed.
      • Smooth braking during taxi.
      • Smooth climb during takeoff.
      • Wings level near ground.
      • Well coordinated turns.
      • No stalls.
      • No flying dangerously close to stall speed.
      • Pitch not too high.
      • Pitch not too low.
      • Flaps down on time.
      • Approach speed not too fast.
      • Low altitude speeds not too fast.
      • Good clearance of obstacles.

      Flight included the following problems:

      [*]Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.

      [*]Dangerous taxiing turns - these cause discomfort and stress.

      [*]Late rotation - when Vr is reached - take off.

      [*]Rapid descent - dangerous and uncomfortable.

      Definite room for improvement...

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