This unique educational documentary reveals the wonderful and relaxing experience of flying a small aircraft. Take a Cessna 172 single-engine aircraft (callsign Sierra Kilo Delta) on a nice cross-country flight around Budapest, Hungary, and fly to the famous and picturesque Danube Bend in Hungary, enjoying the view recorded with multiple cameras and some great music.
Luckily, besides being a pilot, a musician, a scenery designer, and a philosopher, our host, Andras Kozma happens to be a well-known flight simulator expert and builder as well, so viewers also get to see his unique, full-size Cessna 172 flight simulator in action. Instead of technical details, vertigo, and breathtaking stunts, this documentary shows what it really feels like flying a small aircraft for fun in real life, and how some procedures can be practiced at home using Microsoft Flight Simulator combined with a video projector and a full-size instrument panel.
CONTENTS (MAIN MOVIE):
Instruments and Controls
Engine Start and Taxi
The Buda Hills
Simulator: Engine Failure & Emergency Landing
Over the River Danube
The Danube Bend
At the Town of Esztergom
Taxi In and Shutdown
Engine start and shutdown
Takeoff and landing (different cameras)
The main instruments (simulator)
Landing in bad weather (simulator)