Sunday, 07 April 2013 21:02

Jan' Flightschool

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These videos are made and presented by Jan, the IXEG technical advisor on the 737. The purpose of these videos is to give you a brief introduction to the 737 classic systems if you are not already familiar with them.

Hopefully they will enable you to enjoy more of the aircraft in depth systems simulation  - ENJOY!

FOR SIMULATION PURPOSES ONLY!

Manual Flight:  Visual Pattern

Autopilot Part 1:  Autothrottle System


Autopilot Part 2:  Basic Modes


Autopilot Part 3: Flight Director

Cold and Dark HD: Part 1

9 comments

  • Comment Link Sunday, 26 March 2017 05:57 posted by John

    Great Article I like that.
    These are the best videos explaining a simulated aircraft I've come across.
    Tank You

  • Comment Link Monday, 07 November 2016 13:08 posted by Dan Flohr

    Greetings,

    The 737 Classic is undoubtedly the best add-on in X Plane 10. I am sure I voice the hopes of many enthusiasts waiting for IXEG to come up with 737-800/900 that will make PMDG's product look like kids' stuff... You are probably more than half way there` a few parameters to change... a few tweaks... and it is bound to sell big time.

    Well, there is no harm in hoping, is there ?


    Dan

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 01 November 2016 03:05 posted by Valentin

    Hello

    Congratulation to the release. Finally!! I have been absent to flightsimulation for quite a long time now, but I have followed this project from the beginning. Though I lost confidence after a while, I am happy that it was worth waiting for 5 years. Just today I found out that IXEG finally released their work to the public. Since next month X-Plane 11 will be released, I will have a look into this B737 classic too.

    Greetings from Switzerland - Valentin

  • Comment Link Thursday, 13 October 2016 21:16 posted by Emil

    Are you guys planning to do the 400/500 version and analogue gauges?

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 06 September 2016 10:45 posted by Michel

    Hi,Jan

    I'm doing a manual in French of the 733 and, to be precise I take your Cold & Dark course of 1 to 4. In this regard thank you for make beautiful videos that helped us a lot. It is a magnificent achievement but it is a pity that it is not delivered complete. I guess in reality he did not sell much.
    What a surprise to see that this plane has a beautiful cabin in which you entered while it does not exist on the plane Ixeg marketed.
    When will we complete this airplane with doors that open and access to the cabin?

    Translate French/English by Google :-(((

  • Comment Link Tuesday, 06 September 2016 10:44 posted by Michel

    Hi,Jan

    I'm doing a manual in French of the 733 and, to be precise I take your Cold & Dark course of 1 to 4. In this regard thank you for make beautiful videos that helped us a lot. It is a magnificent achievement but it is a pity that it is not delivered complete. I guess in reality he did not sell much.
    What a surprise to see that this plane has a beautiful cabin in which you entered while it does not exist on the plane Ixeg marketed.
    When will we complete this airplane with doors that open and access to the cabin?

    Translate French/English by Google :-(((

  • Comment Link Sunday, 27 December 2015 12:50 posted by Federico

    Great stuff and video.
    Keep up this stuff since it's essential for using properly complex AC

  • Comment Link Wednesday, 20 August 2014 23:41 posted by David White

    These are indeed amazingly clear, instructive and helpful videos.
    Thank you for taking the time to offer these and I can't wait to buy and learn to fly this bird.
    DSW

  • Comment Link Sunday, 17 August 2014 17:27 posted by Terry

    These are the best videos explaining a simulated aircraft I've come across. I can now start and fly variants of the 737 with a modicum of understanding here before beyond my grasp. I look forward to the release of this aircraft and plan to purchase it on it's first day of release. Thank you for the excellent videos :)

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