Well, not really, but it is something I have fun with. Here’s how I do it…
Set your plane to an airliner - the bigger the better. I use a 737-700.
Set your airport as KEGE Approach 07. Yup, that one.
Add some weather if you’re a glutton for punishment.
Set your time of day. Let’s go!
In IF, every time you begin a flight as an approach, you will be placed on a 3 degree glide slope straight in to the runway you chose. This is no different, except this one has one big mountain in the way! The first thing you have to do is throttle up and bank left. Follow the Eagle River through the valley and go AROUND the mountain - not over it. Watch the ILS to stay on the glide slope.
The “Kai Tak Turn” comes as you try to align with RWY 07 to land.
Try it in “Cockpit view” for a real fun time! The windshield frame gets right in the way.
The hard part is keeping it smooth and knowing when to begin the turn.
And there’s no “checkerboard hill” to help!