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X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky Checked: How to Fly This Amazing Helicopter Simulator




If you are a fan of helicopter simulation games, you might be interested in flying the X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky, one of the most realistic and advanced helicopter models available for X Plane 10. The S92 Sikorsky is a twin-engine, medium-lift helicopter that can perform various missions, such as search and rescue, offshore oil and gas transport, VIP transport, and military operations. It has a spacious cabin, a digital cockpit, a fly-by-wire system, and a four-axis autopilot.




X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky Checked



But how can you fly the X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky and enjoy its features? In this guide, we will show you how to check, start, fly, and land this amazing helicopter simulator in 18 easy steps.


Step 1: Download and install the X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky




The first step is to download and install the X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky on your computer. You can find this helicopter model on various websites, such as X-Plane.Org Forum or SoundCloud. You will need to unzip the file and copy the folder into your X Plane 10 aircraft directory. You will also need to download and install some additional plugins, such as Xchecklist and SASL.


Step 2: Choose a location and weather




The next step is to choose a location and weather for your flight. You can use the X Plane 10 menu to select an airport, a runway, a time of day, and a weather condition. You can also use the map to create a custom flight plan with waypoints and altitudes. You can choose any location and weather you like, but we recommend choosing a challenging environment, such as a mountainous terrain or a stormy weather, to test your skills and enjoy the realism of the simulator.


Step 3: Load the helicopter and set up the cockpit




After choosing a location and weather, you need to load the helicopter and set up the cockpit. You can use the X Plane 10 menu to select the S92 Sikorsky from the list of aircraft. You can also customize the weight, fuel, payload, and livery of the helicopter. Then, you need to enter the cockpit and set up the instruments and controls. You can use the mouse to click on switches, knobs, buttons, levers, pedals, and cyclics. You can also use the keyboard or a joystick to control some functions.


Here are some of the main cockpit elements you need to set up:


  • Battery switch: turn it on to power up the electrical system.



  • Inverter switch: turn it on to provide AC power.



  • External power switch: turn it on if you want to use external power instead of battery.



  • Avionics master switch: turn it on to activate the avionics system.



  • Fuel pumps switches: turn them on to supply fuel to the engines.



  • Engine mode selector: set it to IDLE for engine start.



  • Throttle levers: set them to OFF for engine start.



  • Starter switches: press them to start each engine.



  • N1 gauges: monitor them until they reach at least 60%.



  • Throttle levers: move them slowly to FLIGHT position.



  • N2 gauges: monitor them until they reach at least 90%.



  • Torque gauges: monitor them until they reach at least 50%.



  • Engine mode selector: set it to FLY for normal operation.



  • Generator switches: turn them on to provide electrical power from the engines.



  • Hydraulic pumps switches: turn them on to provide hydraulic pressure.



  • Landing gear lever: set it to DOWN position.



  • Landing gear lights: check that they are green.



  • Lights switches: turn on the lights as needed.



  • Transponder switch: turn it on and set the code as instructed by ATC.



  • Radar altimeter switch: turn it on and set the bug as desired.



Step 4: Request clearance and taxi




Before taking off, you need to request clearance and taxi to the runway. You can use the X Plane 10 menu to contact the ATC and follow their instructions. You can also use the radio panel to tune in the frequencies and communicate with the ATC. You will need to provide your call sign, your position, your intentions, and your flight plan. You will also need to read back the clearance and confirm the instructions.


After receiving clearance, you need to taxi to the runway. You can use the pedals to steer the nose wheel and the cyclic to control the forward and backward movement. You can also use the brakes to slow down or stop. You should follow the taxiway signs and markings and avoid obstacles and other aircraft. You should also monitor your speed and distance and report your position to the ATC.


Step 5: Perform a pre-takeoff check




Before taking off, you need to perform a pre-takeoff check to ensure that everything is ready and safe. You can use the Xchecklist plugin to help you with this task. You can also use the checklist file that comes with the S92 Sikorsky model. You will need to check the following items:


  • Flight controls: move them and check their response.



  • Collective: set it to minimum position.



  • Cyclic: center it.



  • Pedals: center them.



  • Trim: set it as desired.



  • Flight director: turn it on and set it as desired.



  • Autopilot: turn it on and set it as desired.



  • Flight instruments: check their readings and alignment.



  • Navigation instruments: check their settings and accuracy.



  • Engine instruments: check their readings and limits.



  • Fuel quantity: check that it is sufficient for the flight.



  • Landing gear: check that it is down and locked.



  • Lights: check that they are on as needed.



  • Doors: check that they are closed and locked.



Step 6: Take off




After performing a pre-takeoff check, you are ready to take off. You can use the X Plane 10 menu to contact the ATC and request takeoff clearance. You can also use the radio panel to communicate with the ATC. You will need to provide your call sign, your position, your intentions, and your flight plan. You will also need to read back the clearance and confirm the instructions.


To take off, you need to follow these steps:


  • Increase collective slowly until you reach a hover altitude of about 5 feet above ground level (AGL).



  • Use cyclic and pedals to maintain a stable hover over the runway centerline.



  • Check your engine instruments and ensure that they are within limits.



  • Increase collective gradually until you reach a climb speed of about 60 knots indicated airspeed (KIAS).



  • Use cyclic and pedals to maintain a climb attitude and heading.



  • Raise landing gear when clear of obstacles.



  • Adjust collective, cyclic, and pedals as needed to maintain a safe climb rate and speed.



  • Report airborne to ATC and follow their instructions.



Step 11: Perform a post-flight check




After shutting down and securing the helicopter, you need to perform a post-flight check to ensure that everything is in order and safe. You can use the Xchecklist plugin to help you with this task. You can also use the checklist file that comes with the S92 Sikorsky model. You will need to check the following items:


  • Fuel quantity: check that it is sufficient for the next flight or refuel as needed.



  • Fuel caps: check that they are secure.



  • Oil level: check that it is within limits or add oil as needed.



  • Oil caps: check that they are secure.



  • Hydraulic fluid level: check that it is within limits or add fluid as needed.



  • Hydraulic fluid caps: check that they are secure.



  • Landing gear: check for any damage or leaks.



  • Tires: check for any wear or damage.



  • Brakes: check for any wear or damage.



  • Rotors: check for any cracks, dents, or chips.



  • Blades: check for any cracks, dents, or chips.



  • Tail rotor: check for any cracks, dents, or chips.



  • Fuselage: check for any dents, scratches, or cracks.



  • Windows: check for any cracks or scratches.



  • Doors: check for any damage or misalignment.



  • Lights: check for any damage or malfunction.



  • Antennas: check for any damage or misalignment.



Step 12: Log your flight




The final step is to log your flight in your pilot logbook. You can use the X Plane 10 menu to access your logbook and enter the details of your flight. You can also use a paper logbook or an electronic logbook app to record your flight. You will need to enter the following information:


  • Date of flight



  • Aircraft type and registration



  • Pilot name and license number



  • Departure airport and time



  • Arrival airport and time



  • Total flight time



  • Total landings



  • Total distance flown



  • Total fuel used



  • Flight conditions (day/night, VFR/IFR)



  • Flight remarks (any incidents, problems, or comments)



Conclusion




In this guide, we have shown you how to fly the X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky, one of the most realistic and advanced helicopter simulators available for X Plane 10. We have explained how to download and install the helicopter model and the plugins, how to choose a location and weather, how to load the helicopter and set up the cockpit, how to request clearance and taxi, how to perform a pre-takeoff check, how to take off, how to fly the helicopter, how to perform an in-flight check, how to approach and land, how to shut down and secure the helicopter, how to perform a post-flight check, and how to log your flight.


Flying the X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky is a great way to experience the thrill and challenge of flying a helicopter in various missions and environments. You can enjoy the realistic flight model, the digital cockpit, the fly-by-wire system, the four-axis autopilot, and the spacious cabin. You can also customize the weight, fuel, payload, and livery of the helicopter. You can also use the Xchecklist plugin to help you with the procedures and checks.


Thank you for reading this guide. We hope that you have fun flying the X Plane 10 S92 Sikorsky. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below. And if you want to learn more about flying helicopters or other aircraft on X Plane 10 or other simulators, please subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media. d282676c82


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