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FS2000 And ILS Approach...

Thu Jun 28, 2001 1:37 pm

Can someone please explain how to do an ILS aproach with FS2000. I just know that I have to write the ferquency of the runway that I am gonna land on in NAV1 but after that????
Thanks so much

RE: FS2000 And ILS Approach...

Thu Jun 28, 2001 2:35 pm

First thing go to and click on "navigation" from there download the fsn navigator 3.0. Although not needed for ILS apporaches it will come in vary handy when planning IFR flight plans.

As for the ILS approach, here's the seqence:

1. You will need to be sure your roughly alligned with the runway(its when the fsn navigator comes in handy)

2. Dial in the ILS freqeuncy
3. Use the HSI needle to allign with the runway. This is accomplished when the center of the purple line on the HSI is inline with the main line.

4. Make sure your on the proper glideslope using the triangle on the HSI which moves up and down. When it is in the center, your on the proper glideslope.

5. Or you can click the APP or APR button on the autopilot panel and the aircraft will do all that i mentiond above by itself.

6. when your 500' of the ground disanguage the autopilot and land manualy.

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RE: FS2000 And ILS Approach...

Fri Jun 29, 2001 2:35 pm

thanks very much for your help, now my flights have more sense!

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