[FSX] TSS Airbus A330 RR Trent 700 46 [REPACK]
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How to Fly the Airbus A330 RR Trent 700 in FSX
If you are a fan of flight simulation games, you might have heard of FSX, or Flight Simulator X, one of the most popular and realistic flight simulators available. FSX allows you to fly various aircraft models, from small propeller planes to large jet airliners, in different weather conditions and locations around the world.
One of the aircraft models that you can fly in FSX is the Airbus A330 RR Trent 700, a wide-body, twin-engine, medium- to long-range commercial passenger jet airliner. The Airbus A330 RR Trent 700 is powered by two Rolls-Royce Trent 700 turbofan engines, which produce a thrust of up to 316 kN (71,100 lbf) each. The Airbus A330 RR Trent 700 can carry up to 335 passengers in a two-class layout, or 70 tonnes (150,000 lb) of cargo, with a range of up to 7,250 nautical miles (13,430 km).
But how do you fly the Airbus A330 RR Trent 700 in FSX? In this article, we will show you some tips and tricks on how to operate this aircraft model in the flight simulator. We will also introduce you to a sound pack that will enhance your flying experience by adding realistic engine sounds and other effects.
The first thing you need to do is to download and install the Airbus A330 RR Trent 700 model for FSX. You can find various freeware or payware versions of this aircraft online, but we recommend you to use the one from CLS (Commercial Level Simulations), which is a high-quality and detailed model that includes a virtual cockpit, a 2D panel, wing views, animations, liveries, and more. You can purchase the CLS Airbus A330 RR Trent 700 model from SimShack.net for $23.99.
Once you have installed the Airbus A330 RR Trent 700 model for FSX, you can launch the flight simulator and select it from the aircraft menu. You can choose any airport and runway that you like, but for this tutorial, we will use Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX) as our departure point and San Francisco International Airport (KSFO) as our destination.
Before you start your engines, you need to set up your flight plan and configure your aircraft systems. You can use the default FSX flight planner or any other tool that you prefer to create your route. For this tutorial, we will use the following flight plan:
Cruise altitude: FL350 (35,000 ft)
Cruise speed: M0.82 (Mach number)
Distance: 293 nm (nautical miles)
Estimated time: 1 hour and 10 minutes
You can enter your flight plan into the FMC (Flight Management Computer), which is located in the center console of the cockpit. The FMC is a device that helps you manage your navigation, fuel, performance, and other aspects of your flight. To enter your flight plan into the FMC, you need to follow these steps:
Press the INIT button on the FMC keypad.
Enter your origin airport code (KLAX) into the scratchpad at the bottom of the FMC screen.
Press the LSK1L button on the left side of the FMC screen to enter KLAX into the ORIGIN field.
Enter your destination airport code (KSFO) into the scratchpad.
Press the LSK1R button on the right side of the FMC screen to enter KSFO into the DEST field.
Press the RTE button on the FMC keypad.
Enter your flight number into the scratchpad (for example, AAL123).
Press the LSK1L button on the left side of the FMC screen to enter AAL 061ffe29dd