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    Video: Innsbruck ILS26 Circle-to-land 08

    I need a camera man for this stuff.

    Hope it has in it what you needed to know. This was taken from the ILS intercept. It was too long from any farther away.

    At My Cockpit Videos: http://www.mycockpitvideos.com/video...cle-to-land-08

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    Thanks Mike.

    That was great. I take it you were hand flying and recording at the same time.... very commendable if you were.

    Glad you got the ADF going again.

    Now to go do some flying in Austria.


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    No way Henry!

    It requires too much concentration to hand fly that approach and hold a camera at the same time.

    That was just a video of the replay.

    Don't go below 3700' before making the 180, but in the turn start dumping altitude or you'll end up high like I was.

    Have fun! Innsbruck is my Favorite.
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    Nice video Mike, top stuff!

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    Well done Mike.

    That is an impressive approach. Well flown. Your sim looks great!

    Tom

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    Hi Mike,
    as a VACC Austria ATC controller I would like to congratulate you for successfully performing this tricky approach and to receive hereby your LOWI rating

    If anyone else is interested, here's a link to the charts:
    http://www.vacc-austria.org/?page=co...list&icao=LOWI

    A short description of the situation: Innsbruck LOWI is situated in a narrow valley and the approach leads via an LOC DME approach to the runway, there is no ILS available because the runway course (260°) and the localizer course (256°) show an offset.
    Clearance limit is AB NDB - from then on the landing has to be a visual one:
    For runway 26 straight ahead, for runway 08 - as flown by Captain Mike - brakeoff at AB NDB with heading 230° direct INN NDB. After INN fly heading 265° and keep an altitude of 3700ft ... and disable your GPWS ...

    Don't worry, if you loose your left winglet in the nearby trees

    Keep the downwind track as long as practicable and ensure that you have established full landing configuration. If you see a church in the middle of Axams village - or at least before you crash into the mountains in front of you - start your right turn heading 080° - in the turn you have to loose altitude, because the airport elevation is 1.100ft. Runway in sight - cleared to land!

    Some real world videos:

    Innsbruck visual rwy 08 landing, cockpit view Avro RJ100
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYDNAG_qeoM

    Approaching Innsbruck (LOWI) LOC DME 26, circling 08, Boeing 767-300ER
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9CqCVv6EBI

    Approach LOC-DME RWY 26 to a Visual RWY 08 at INN LOWI (cockpit view)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Be9E_vtY8Vs

    LOC EAST 26 circle to land RWY08 Innsbruck LOWI, HQ , Cockpitview
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtyfzWuRKa0

    ... and finally this is how it looks like in our FLY737 fixed base cockpit simulator:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyNImYfKo_w

    ENJOY!
    René

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    Thanks guys!

    Rene, the video's were great. I watched them all.
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    For those who are interested: some preview screenshots about a pending payware scenery of LOWI:
    http://www.forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?showtopic=23321
    René

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    Awesome scenery. I'll be the first in line for it.
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    WoW.. that scenery is stunning. That's FSX standard. I'll look out for it in future!

    Thanks for the post
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