Tips for beginner pilot in infinite flight

I tried going on YouTube for flaps and I am still confused

I will say adding on to all the tips mentioned above ^^

Go out and have fun, a really good way to learn is also to experiment a bit by just getting up in the air and flying the aircraft in different scenarios. Having fun is probably the biggest part of learning. if your not having fun then it can seem hard to learn.

Hope to see you in the skies and i wish you all the best. if you have any questions or need anything then my DM’s are always open !!

Regards

Scott

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Infinite Flight has a great YouTube channel with lots of tutorials to help you with every phase of flight. Start off small with something like a 737 versus trying an A380.

Good luck and welcome to Infinite Flight!

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A problem I have is my engines going to N1 20% mid flight for my boeing and Airbus planes

Wow, I didn’t know a Cessna 172 was easier to fly, wish I knew that before I crashed so many times

I should probably research how to descent as I am flying in circles over the place I want it land at

Just did my first ever successful flight. Landing took a few tries lol

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I try to get it to 15 degrees and quite a lot of times it stalls so I just keep it at 10 degrees

Misha just posted an excellent blog post for beginner pilots. Check it out here!

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Thank you for it

Which are the planes with a live cockpit?

Aircraft with live cockpits:

  • Airbus A318
  • Airbus A319
  • Airbus A320
  • Airbus A321
  • Airbus A350-900
  • Boeing 737-700
  • Boeing 737-800
  • Boeing 737-900
  • Boeing 757-200
  • Boeing 777F
  • Boeing 777-200ER
  • Boeing 777-300ER
  • Cessna 172
  • Daher TBM-930
  • Cubcrafters XCub
  • Fairchild Republic A-10

If you own IF Pro you can try all aircraft out as well. Questions like this are really general, I don’t think this is a topic to ask everything which comes in you mine though.

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Yeah, I’m sorry but i do have a problem now, what makes my engine mid flight suddenly go to 20% N1

Even when I press take off again, it doesn’t increase, it’s still 20% N1. What can I do to stop it and what causes it?

  1. You can buy InfiniteFlight Pro so you can even fly outside of non-pro areas.
  2. You can deactive the autopilot for 0kts

There are many things which could cause it.

So I cannot do long haul flights as a non pro user?

Welcome to our community! To learn on the Infinite Flight game Go here Ground School - Infinite Flight Community

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What else can cause it?

In the base Infinite flight app, there are certain regions in which you can fly (outlined by green boxes). If you fly outside of these regions, your engines will turn off

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Ohhhhh, that explains it, I was flying outside of that, thank you.

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