¿Preparado para empezar a volar? El primer tutorial tiene lugar en la base Edwards de la Fuerza Aérea de EE.UU., en California (KEDW). Su ultraligero Trike está estacionado en el extremo de la pista 15, una de las pistas de aviación más largas del mundo.
Tras aprender los rudimentos de la navegación aérea y de observar a su alrededor, procederá a despegar, volará atravesando una serie de puertas y volverá a aterrizar en la misma pista. ¡Es mucho más fácil de lo que piensa!
Flight Simulator X Tutorial 1 First Takeoff 582SL Ultralight Trike Air Creation Buggy
Estimated travel time:
– 5 mins
– Air Creation Trike Buggy 582SL
– Taking Off
Ready to start flying? The first tutorial takes place at Edwards Air Force base in the U.S., in California (KEDW). Its ultralight trike is parked at the end of runway 15, one of the longest tracks aviation world.
After learning the rudiments of air navigation and to look around, give off, it will fly through a series of doors and will land on the same runway.It’s much easier than you think!
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The Palm Jumeirah Monorail (in English: Palm Jumeirah Monorail) is a monorail line the artificial island of Palm Jumeirah in the Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The monorail connects the Palm Jumeirah to the mainland, there being a project for a new extension that connects it to the red line of Dubai Metro. The line was opened on 30 April 2009. This is the first railway in the history of all of Eastern Arabia and the first monorail in the Middle East.
The construction of the monorail line of 5.45 km began in March 2006 under the supervision of the company Marubeni Corporation, monorail track completed in July 2008 and vehicles from November 2008. Initially scheduled for opened in December 2008, the opening was delayed to April 30, 2009.
The project budget is US $ 400 million with an additional 190 million to 2 km extension to the Dubai Metro. Another source says that it has a budget of 1.1 billion USD dollars. A trip on the monorail costs 15 dhs one way, and 25 if return.
The Palm Jumeirah monorail straddle type using Hitachi technology. The line has a capacity of 40,000 passengers per day, with trains running at a frequency of three minutes during peak hours and every 15-20 minutes during the remaining hours. However, the actual number of passengers averaged about 600 passengers per day during the first week, the monorail runs 1 and “virtually empty” 2 In July 2014, the rate was reduced to 23 minutes, operating with only one of the two trains.