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 ===== King Air C90 Gtx ===== ===== King Air C90 Gtx =====
  
-{{:​wiki:​king_air.jpg?​700|}}+{{:​wiki:​king_air.jpg?​450|}}
  
-==== V Speeds ====+===== Autopilot Description ===== 
 + 
 +   * Press the FD button to show the flight director(s) 
 +   * Press the button for the heading, it should activate the **HDG** mode, push it a second time and it goes back to **ROLL**. 
 +   * Push the heading knob in to set the heading to the heading of the aircraft (SYNC) 
 +   * Push the altitude button and it should select altitude hold, push it again to go back to pitch hold. 
 +   * Push the vertical speed button, it goes to VS, push again goes back to pitch. 
 +   * FLC for a speed hold (IAS climb or descent), use speed knob to select the speed you want... push FLC again, goes back to pitch hold 
 +   * When in VS or PITCH you can use the vertical wheel to pitch the nose up/​down... 
 + 
 +To change the navigation source to follow the FMS flight plan you currently have to press the **NAV/BRG** button 
 + 
 +{{:​manual:​kanav.png?​500|}} 
 + 
 +   * After selecting the right source on your side make sure the white arrow is pointing to your side (can be changed with the CPL button). 
 +   * Then push NAV to arm the capture (When you are close to the route it will engage FMS lateral steering and follow the route.) 
 +   * There is no VNAV climb installed in our King air, so climb with **PITCH**, **VS** or **FLC**.(Descent with **VS**, **FLC** or **VNAV**) 
 +   * Then change source to NAV1 or NAV2 (depending on where you entered the ILS frequency) and then push **APPR** to fly the approach. 
 +   * You can also leave it in FMS source and push approach but that will give you an non precision approach. 
 + 
 +===== V Speeds ====
 + 
 +[[aircraft:​basic_flight_information|What are the v-speeds?]]
  
 ^ Symbol ^ Notes                   ^ Indicated Air Speed ^ ^ Symbol ^ Notes                   ^ Indicated Air Speed ^
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-====Using the King Air Autopilot (Basic)==== 
- 
-   * Press the FD button to show the flight director(s) 
-   * Press the button for the heading, it should activate the **HDG** mode, push it a second time and it goes back to **ROLL**. 
-   * Push the heading knob in to set the heading to the heading of the aircraft (SYNC) 
-   * Push the altitude button and it should select altitude hold, push it again to go back to pitch hold. 
-   * Push the vertical speed button, it goes to VS, push again goes back to pitch. 
-   * FLC for a speed hold (IAS climb or descent), use speed knob to select the speed you want... push FLC again, goes back to pitch hold 
-   * When in VS or PITCH you can use the vertical wheel to pitch the nose up/down... 
- 
-To change the navigation source to follow the FMS flight plan you currently have to press the **NAV/BRG** button 
- 
-{{:​manual:​kanav.png?​500|}} 
- 
-   * After selecting the right source on your side make sure the white arrow is pointing to your side (can be changed with the CPL button). 
-   * Then push NAV to arm the capture (When you are close to the route it will engage FMS lateral steering and follow the route.) 
-   * There is no VNAV climb installed in our King air, so climb with **PITCH**, **VS** or **FLC**.(Descent with **VS**, **FLC** or **VNAV**) 
-   * Then change source to NAV1 or NAV2 (depending on where you entered the ILS frequency) and then push **APPR** to fly the approach. 
-   * You can also leave it in FMS source and push approach but that will give you an non precision approach. 
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