In our Dash-8 initial program cockpit procedures and aircraft handling will be completed using the full-motion Bombardier Dash-8 Level-C simulator while training for normal, abnormal and emergency situations. You will also learn aircraft systems, limitations, performance, and procedures, as well as weather, high altitude physiology, FAR/AIMs, CRM and Aeronautical Decision Making. Our Dash 8 100 and 300 courses are FAA and insurance approved. Our differences programs to the Dash 8 200 are insurance approved.
It features sharp, clear and colourful images to describe the purpose and function of the main and auxiliary hydraulic systems, their normal sources of power, back-up supplies, distribution and their associated cockpit controls and indications.
We have a large set of clear schematic images for this engine and its associated cockpit instrumentation, which can be used to quickly create bespoke training material to match your specific training requirements.
The Bombardier Dash 8 - Q400 cockpit training poster is a fantastic training aid and is designed to help student and qualified pilots alike to familiarise themselves with the internal layout of the various instrumentation, controls and switches within the aircraft. These posters are full colour, highly detailed and are an absolute must for anyone undergoing a type-rating on a new aircraft.
+ FlightControls: Steering NSW system activation delay of 7 seconds is implemented+ CEGPWSSystem: WarningGenerator: 4B mode (flaps) will account for flaps override switch+ AFCS: GA button modes activation is fixed+ CAntiiceSystem: Engine door lights stay lit without electrical power, fixed+ Flight Controls: Fixed the rudder travel restriction versus flaps, when the rudder sensitivity factor in the mjc84.ini is below 1.0+ Flight Controls: Free steering is added (free caster mode)+ mjc84.ini: added TillerDeadZone variable to tune the dead zone for the steering tiller+ PCU AUPC module: added delay of 1/2 seconds prior to feather protection, to prevent inadvertent feather for the props in flight+ Electrics: DC BUS TIE will not close if both DC Gens failed+ Engine control: Re-written the mouse drag procedure of the Condition Levers sync with the simconnect+ FMS: Fixed the incorrect MAP elevation detection+ FMS TUNE page: Fixed entering ATC code 0001-0004 result in memory selection+ FMS ETP/PNR: Fixed incorrect FOB fuel kg input on page 2 (PRO)+ FMS: Added EXITS page under SERVICES+ FMS: 7 seconds unilink delay instead of 1 second (to improve the shared cockpit sync)+ FMS: Fixed the incorrect index for waypoints beginning with NAN+ Nav system: Navaids data will be re-loaded after the aircraft reposition+ TCAS system: Added audio warning supression for
* The initial DASH-7 model was the \"Series 100\", with seating for 50passengers in four-across seating, along with pilot, copilot, and one or twoflight attendants. Passengers got in and out through an \"airstair\" door onthe left rear, with an emergency exit opposite, and an emergency exit on eachside behind the cockpit. The aircraft featured a toilet and galley, plus abaggage compartment in the rear, with the compartment door to the rear of thepassenger door on the left side of the fuselage.
A few DASH-7s were obtained by military and government organizations. Twowere used by the Canadian Armed Forces under the designation of \"CC-132\";they were more or less conventional passenger-cargo machines. One DASH-7-150was put into service as the \"DASH-7R\" or \"DASH-7IR\" with Transport Canada forthe \"National Aerial Surveillance Program (NASP)\", performing patrol flightsover the oceans or the Great Lakes to perform pollution surveys, ice patrols,and general maritime surveillance. This machine was eventually fitted with asecond \"cockpit\" for observers, perched on top of the forward fuselage; aswell as a side-looking airborne radar (SLAR), with the radar antenna in afairing along the lower left side of the fuselage. It could also drop flaresand rescue gear.
The Series 100 featured tricycle landing gear, with twin wheels on allassemblies. The electrically-steered nose gear retracted forward, the maingear retracted backward -- not forward as with the DASH-7 -- into the enginenacelles, with the gear featuring an anti-skid braking system. All theflight surfaces and the engine intakes featured pneumatic de-icing boots;props and air data sensors were electrically de-iced. Avionics included,along with typical gear such as radios and radio navigation gear, colorweather radar and a digital flight control system, with the cockpit featuringa Honeywell Electronic Flight Information System (EFIS). A head-up display(HUD) was optional.
While the Q400 obviously still has plenty of life left in it, in late 2018the product line was sold off to Viking Air, Bombardier intending to focus onits business jets. Viking is continuing production of the type, havingrevived the DHC label for production and sales, and may well roll out furtherimproved variants in time. The new DHC will also upgrade machines already inservice; Field Aviation of Toronto has already offered \"glass cockpit\"upgrades to replace the old \"steam gauge\" cockpits, with a number of airlinestaking them up on the offer. DHC also offers \"Simplified Package Freighter\"conversions as well.
Majestic Software would like to inform you, that from today on we are introducing a new edition of our award-winning Dash8-Q300 aircraft add-on for FS2004 and FSX - the TRAINING edition. This package is the most advanced of our Dash8-Q300 series and is intended as a training aid for the professional pilots and technicians, as well as for the CBT system familiarization and demonstrations. The training edition is a former AIRLINE edition, which was already in use for some time in the numerous flight schools for the goal pilots and technicians training. This edition provides the full range of failures in every aircraft system using the included instructor station, as well as our new guide on how to utilize the capabilities of this software to prepare to the recurrent pilot proficiency checks. Apart of that, the training edition is full hardware cockpit enabled, and can be used to build home cockpits of various complexities from the ground up.
Notably, currently there are 600 aircraft of this type in service and 70 aeroplanes are still on the order list. So, in a few years approximately 300 new Dash 8 type rated pilots will be needed to fill in the cockpits and successfully take the planes to the skies.
This fully interactive simulation of a typical generic aircraft hydraulic system provides complete control of the pump, control lever and accumulator enabling instructors to clearly demonstrate the purpose and operation of the system components and their associated cockpit controls and indicators.
Overviews of hydraulic systems from 3 modern airliners with sharp, clear and colourful images enabling students to quickly acquire all the essential knowledge to describe the purpose and functions of the main and back-up hydraulic systems, their normal sources of power, back-up supplies, distribution and their associated cockpit controls and indications. The 3 aircraft featured are the Bombardier CRJ200, Bombardier Dash-8 Q400 and the Airbus A320.
The pilots had to get through the routine after takeoff before they could give themselves time to put the experience into words. There was a lot of agreement in the cockpit, they had not thought that this take-off would give a rush in the stomach and goosebumps when the plane was up a few meters from the runway. It was special and something to pass on to family and friends.
Hello everyone. I finally just purchased and dowloaded Coolsky's DC9. The download seem to go ok but i have not gotten anywhere because the MOUSE will absolutely not work in the virtual cockpit. Will not flip one switch. Also the aircraft dowload was supposed to be accompanied by a program screen with the load balance, etc. Cannot figure out why that's not there either. I am running Windows 10 and FSX:SE. Can anyone give me any hints or help as to what the problem may be I appreciate it. 1e1e36bf2d