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Fish, thanks for taking the time to making these videos. Just one remark... I believe you're getting courses and radials mixed up. A radial goes out (from the station) and corresponds to the degrees on a compass rose. You fly a radial outbound or inbound. A course is what you see/set on the HSI. So, flying along the 270 radial inbound means you're flying course 090. Flying radial 180 outbound you'd fly course 180.

 

Like the groundschool bit... nicely done.

 

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Very helpful. Thanks Fish!

 

As a newb... I suppose what the next step for me to explore is what distinct and particular situation would necessitate the pilot switching from TO-FROM to TO-TO (other than enabling the pilot to "create" a course to the NAV point.)

 

I suppose I have to watch a bit and refer back to the manual in order to absorb it further.

 

Really interesting video.

 

Many thanks,

 

Moosh

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Thank you!

I was looking your videos several times and always I find some new aspect. Very, very helpful. If you find some time I think everyone will appreciate your work...

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