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How to Fly the PMDG 747-400 Queen of the Skies II in Prepar3D
If you are a fan of flight simulation and want to experience the most realistic and detailed simulation of the Boeing 747-400 and its variants, you should check out the PMDG 747-400 Queen of the Skies II - Base Package for Prepar3D[^1^]. This product is created by experts for the enjoyment of experts, and it will please new flight simulation enthusiasts looking for their first true airliner experience while it simultaneously thrills experienced simmers looking for the kind of depth and authenticity that only PMDG can provide[^1^].
In this article, we will give you a brief overview of how to fly the PMDG 747-400 in Prepar3D, from setting up the aircraft to landing at your destination. This is not a comprehensive tutorial, but rather a general guide to help you get started with this amazing product. For more detailed information, you should refer to the manuals and tutorials included with the product.
Setting Up the Aircraft
Before you can fly the PMDG 747-400, you need to set up the aircraft according to your preferences and flight plan. You can do this by using the PMDG Setup menu on the main menu bar of Prepar3D. Here you can select various options such as fuel load, payload, panel state, failures, options, liveries and more. You can also use the FMC (Flight Management Computer) in the cockpit to enter your route, performance data, V-speeds, etc. You should also check the overhead panel and make sure all the switches are in their correct positions for your phase of flight.
Starting Up the Engines
Once you have set up the aircraft, you can start up the engines. The PMDG 747-400 has four engines, numbered from left to right as 1, 2, 3 and 4. To start an engine, you need to follow these steps:
Turn on the fuel pumps for the corresponding engine.
Move the engine start switch to GRD (ground) position.
Monitor the N2 (engine core speed) gauge until it reaches 25%.
Move the fuel control switch to RUN position.
Monitor the EGT (exhaust gas temperature) and N1 (fan speed) gauges until they stabilize.
Repeat these steps for each engine.
After starting all four engines, you can turn off the APU (auxiliary power unit) and disconnect any external power sources. You can also turn on the generators and bleed air switches for each engine.
Taxiing to the Runway
To taxi to the runway, you need to release the parking brake and use the tiller or rudder pedals to steer the nose wheel. You can also use differential thrust or brakes to help with turning. The PMDG 747-400 has a very large wingspan and tail height, so you need to be careful not to hit any obstacles or other aircraft on your way. You should also follow any ATC (air traffic control) instructions and taxiway signs.
To take off, you need to align the aircraft with the runway centerline and apply full thrust. You can use either TO/GA (takeoff/go-around) mode or manually set your thrust levers. You should also set your flaps according to your takeoff performance data. As you accelerate down the runway, you need to monitor your airspeed and V-speeds. V-speeds are critical speeds for takeoff that indicate when you should rotate (lift off), when you can retract your landing gear, when you can retract your flaps, etc. They are calculated based on your weight, altitude, temperature and runway length.
The typical V-speeds for a PMDG 747-400 are:
V1: decision speed, after which you cannot abort takeoff.
Vr: rotation speed, at which you pull back on the yoke or sidestick to lift off.
V2: safety speed, at which you can safely climb with 061ffe29dd