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[FSX P3D] Flight1 Coolsky DC-9 Classic (Unwrapped-Semi-Crack) Generator !!INSTALL!!



How to Fly the Legendary DC-9 Classic in FSX and P3D with Flight1 Coolsky




If you are a fan of classic airliners, you might have heard of the DC-9 Classic from Flight1 and Coolsky. This is a state of the art simulation of the Douglas DC-9 aircraft for Flight Simulator X, Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition and Prepar3D. The DC-9 Classic simulates the DC-9-30 series aircraft and represents a new level of realism, simulation accuracy, graphics quality and included features coming from Coolsky.




[FSX P3D] Flight1 Coolsky DC-9 Classic (Unwrapped-Semi-Crack) generator



In this article, we will show you how to fly the DC-9 Classic in FSX and P3D with Flight1 Coolsky. We will cover the following topics:


  • What is the DC-9 Classic and why is it special?



  • How to install and activate the DC-9 Classic?



  • How to use the Flight Center and the Integrated Cockpit Training System?



  • How to plan and prepare your flight?



  • How to start up, taxi, take off and climb?



  • How to cruise, descend, approach and land?



  • How to shut down and secure the aircraft?



What is the DC-9 Classic and why is it special?




The DC-9, built by the Douglas Aircraft Company, is a twin-engine, single-aisle, short to medium range jet airliner. The DC-9-30 is capable of carrying just over 100 passengers. It cruises at around 570 mph/910 km/h and has a range of about 1600 nautical miles (3000km). The DC-9 family of aircraft is one of the most successful series of airliners ever built with a total production of over 2,400 aircraft .


The DC-9 Classic is special because it offers a unique flying experience that combines old-school analog instruments with early electronic navigation systems. The DC-9 Classic does not have an autopilot or a flight management system. Instead, you have to fly it manually using the flight director, the radio navigation aids and the Sperry SP-50 automatic flight system. The DC-9 Classic also features a realistic simulation of the flying ailerons and elevators of the DC-9. Rather than being hydraulically operated, like on most other aircraft, the DC-9 ailerons and elevator are operated by a control tab at the end of the control surface which flies the control surface up and down. This means the control surfaces wont move on the ground when there is no air flowing over them.


The DC-9 Classic also comes with a fully operational 2D panel, a highly detailed virtual cockpit created by McPhat Studios, six high quality liveries, an advanced system replication, a realistic sound package and many more features that make this product one of the best classic airliners for FSX and P3D.


How to install and activate the DC-9 Classic?




To install the DC-9 Classic, you need to download the installer from the Flight1 website. The installer is a self-extracting executable file that will guide you through the installation process. You can choose to install the DC-9 Classic for FSX, FSX: Steam Edition or Prepar3D. You can also choose to install the manuals and liveries separately. The installer will create a start menu entry for the DC-9 Classic where you can access the manuals, liveries and configuration tools.


To activate the DC-9 Classic, you need to run the Flight1 Wrapper that comes with the installer. The Flight1 Wrapper is a tool that allows you to purchase, download and activate Flight1 products. You can also use it to reinstall or update your products. To activate the DC-9 Classic, you need to enter your name, email address and credit card information. You will then receive an email with a link to download your product key file. You need to save this file in a safe place and use it to activate your product. You can also use the Flight1 Wrapper to manage your product key files and reinstall your products if needed.


How to use the Flight Center and the Integrated Cockpit Training System?




The Flight Center is a tool that allows you to access various features and options of the DC-9 Classic. You can launch the Flight Center from the start menu or from within FSX or P3D by pressing Shift+3. The Flight Center has six sections:


  • Ground Operations: This section allows you to control and operate the aircraft's doors, airstairs, ground power unit, fuel truck and pushback tug.



  • Load Manager: This section allows you to set up the aircraft's payload and fuel load.



  • Failures: This section allows you to simulate various system failures and emergencies.



  • Options: This section allows you to customize various settings and preferences of the DC-9 Classic.



  • Training: This section allows you to access the Integrated Cockpit Training System.



  • About: This section displays information about the product version and credits.



The Integrated Cockpit Training System is a feature that helps you learn how to fly the DC-9 Classic. It guides you step-by-step through all the checklists and procedures necessary for the safe and proper operation of the aircraft. As you step through the training lesson, the training system will describe exactly what you need to do. The training system will also automatically open the appropriate panel window and highlight the instrument, switch or lever being discussed. All the guess work and searching for switches has been taken out of the equation.


The DC-9 Classic training system comes with over 170 individual training lessons in 6 categories:


  • Introduction: This category contains an introduction tutorial flight that covers all the basics of flying the DC-9 Classic.



  • Normal Procedures: This category contains training lessons for all the normal procedures from preflight to shutdown.



  • Abnormal Procedures: This category contains training lessons for some of the abnormal procedures such as engine failure, fire, hydraulic failure and electrical failure.



  • Emergencies: This category contains training lessons for some of the emergency procedures such as emergency descent, emergency landing and ditching.



  • Supplements: This category contains training lessons for some of the supplementary procedures such as cold weather operations, hot weather operations and high altitude operations.



  • Reference: This category contains reference information such as checklists, limitations, performance data and weight and balance data.



You can choose any training lesson at any time. You can step through the training lessons at your own pace and you can even step back to review previous steps if needed.


How to plan and prepare your flight?




Before you can fly the DC-9 Classic, you need to plan and prepare your flight. This involves choosing your departure and destination airports, your route, your fuel and payload, your weather and time settings, and your aircraft configuration.


There are many tools and websites available that can help you with flight planning. For example, you can use SimBrief.com to generate a realistic flight plan with route, fuel, payload and weather information. You can also use SkyVector.com to view aeronautical charts and plan your route visually. You can also use the Flight1 GTN Complete or the Flight1 GNS Complete addons to plan your flight using GPS navigation.


Once you have your flight plan ready, you need to enter it into the DC-9 Classic's navigation systems. The DC-9 Classic does not have a modern FMS or GPS, but it has a Sperry SP-50 automatic flight system that can follow VOR and NDB radio signals. You need to tune the NAV radios to the appropriate frequencies and set the course selectors to the desired radials. You also need to set the transponder code and the altimeter setting according to the ATC instructions or the local conditions.