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Hello Justine, I need to tell you, we need to switch off the autopilot and you must make the turn yourself

There is only a small chance of you controling the plane, I will be with you all the time to tell you what to do, we will look and go through the Boeing 747 controls and I will tell you how to control the plane

It's up to us Justine to bring home the Passengers of flight of your life VA1313 and the Boeing 747!!

We need to tell the passengers what is going on, don't panic them, you must get them to put on the seat belts and take up the brace position when and if you tell them to do so,
the words Brace Brace Brace will be used!!

You must also tell them about cabin decompression and the oxygen mask's and what to do, you may need to go into more detail about this!!

Speak to the passengers of the plane, and tell all the Stewardess what they should do!!

Let me know what you want to do, together we will make it Justine, over.
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Ok justine lets keep things very simple, there are a number of instruments I need you to read out to me all the time when in flight, I can only see what you tell me.



Altimeter is the first one, this is your height, you should be at 36,000ft, next is your rate of climb in thousands of ft per minute, and rate of decent in thousands of ft per minute, your compass heading too.

Your fuel from all 6 tanks, and engine power and balance from the on board bar graphs in front of you, I need to know the roll of the plane and what the artificial horizon is saying, this is the main instruments I need to know.
Here is a plane instrument run down.

1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Are the cockpit lights.

6, Are the radio head phones and mic:.

7, 4 buttons for engine fires and 4 red panel lights, one press cuts the fuel, two puts out an engine fire.

8, Engine power display and 4 engine balance, red = over power, green power in flight, yellow engine idle and touch down.

9, Control of nav:.

10, Speed in knots.

11, Rate of the Climb and rate of decent in thousands of ft per minute.

12, Compass heading.

13, Artificial Horizon, for climb and decent and the aircraft roll.

14, Altimeter the height the aircraft is flying at.

15 and 16, cockpit fire extinguisher right and left.

17, Fire buttons for avonics.

18, Fasten seat belt Ding Dong and light for the Passengers.

19, The flight manual and flight maps.

20, The flight Computer, full graphs for instrument display and the GPS and flight maps,

21, For flight nav:.

22, The in flight radio to the tower and the freq: controls.

23, Autopilot on/off switch and red light, (red light on = autopilot on).

24, Landing gear down switch and buzzer when above 10,000ft, (red light on = gear down).

25, Manual autopilot turn knob, turn to the lift or to the right, overrides the compass heading.

26, Fuel tanks and the gauge per tank, 6 tanks and a switch to jet off the fuel per tank, gauge display is green fuel tank full, orange half and red out of fuel, 6 displays.

If we get any trouble we have 36,000 ft to put things right or we are in the sea .

Lets take a look at the controls next.

Here are some of the controls you will need, get the feel of them in your hand with autopilot on, move the Yoke and floor pedals get a feel for the plane.

The go active button is on the yoke.



The pedals on the floor, control the tail fin, we will need to control the rudder the tail plane, elevators, flaps and ailerons.

1, Screen wiper.

2, Centre yoke fine tuning buttons.

3, The yoke, foward on the yoke, go down decent, pull back go up climb, from side to side control the pitch and roll of the plane.

4, Yoke go active button, press to make the yoke go active and have control of the plane.

5 and 6, Engine throttles, control of all 4 engines and the power balance.

7, The two foot control pedels, control of the rudder, (the tail fin).

One of the main things is not to go into a stall, Jet engines can experience a stall which is termed (Compressor Stall).
This can be a result of disrupted air flow to the air intake and a high power setting.
The higher power setting continues to supply the the same quantity of fuel as if the airflow was normal for that particular setting, however, when the airflow is reduced (as stated above) the flame, instead of forcing the airflow to the exhaust section, tends to return back to the air intake.
This severely disrupts the airflow over the compressor blades and, much like a stalled wing, flounders in the wake, rendering the compression cycle useless.
The recovery from a compressor stall is simple, One has to reduce the power setting and dive the aircraft to build up sufficient ram air into the air inlet and then gradually open up the power to the desired levels. If the ignition has died out, then a full in air start procedure must be followed.

A compressor stall, if left unattended, can eventually result in a total shut down and even damage the engine itself.

Are you ready to give it a go, if you are, make an Announcement to the passengers, I am standing by.
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Old 30-10-2017, 08:34 PM
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Come in Amanda I have just made the passenger Announcement, lets go for it, I have hold of the yoke and about to switch off the autopilot, the engine power balance and trim look fine, I'm flying level at 36,000ft, fuel tanks 1 and 2 are out of fuel.



Ok Amanda Autopilot switch is off, red light off!!

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