Navigation Using a VOR

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Navigation Using a VOR

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Navigation Using a VOR This video makes VOR navigation easy to understand through animation. It covers what VORs and radials are, how to tune and ID a VOR, how to find your location from a VOR, and how to correct for the wind using bracketing to fly directly to or from a VOR.
 
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50 thoughts on “Navigation Using a VOR

  1. A WW2 instructor explained "Don't overthink it"' He used a actual bicycle wheel and in 10 minutes I "got it". I have flown with IFR rated pilots who knew how to fly TO the VOR and not much else. A lot of instructors are bad teachers and just want time. With today's gps its almost a lost art.

  2. BTW..I recently passed my instrument rating for helicopters this past December, so if you are looking at getting your instrument rating do it! It makes you a better, safer pilot. Once you pass instrument training you'll be past the hardest part

  3. Couldn't tell you how many night flights when a VOR has saved me from going to wrong bunch of lights. One cold winter night I was flying into Amarillo Tradewinds from Ok City and was determined that ATW was right where I was heading, but Amarillo VOR said no, and while I was still pretty determined that I knew better, I finally woke up and got back on that VOR radial and went directly to ATW. Moral here is to practice using VOR until it becomes automatic in your head.

  4. While VOR navigation dont tell you the distance from the station, would do be able to use the VOR's sensitivity to make a calculated guess of how close to the station you are? By flying left and right a bit. 8:22

  5. Thanks for the video. I still see some pilots still confused between the bearing and the radial. That actually could be very dangerous when reporting a position. Thanks again for the video.

  6. What I still don't understand is how to figure out if you are physically moving towards or away from a Station without the knowlege of where it is beforehand. My problem with vor is mainly that I have to Look at the Chart and See where I am in order to then put in the radial to or from the station. Any help?

  7. This is an OUTSTANDING video!! Explains all the finer details of VORs very well. I've watched other videos on VORs and while they did a good job of explaining, in general, this is the one that did it for me.

    This was especially true of how the "bracketing" technique of "micro adjusting" for wind etc. was explained. Now I know how to "fine tune" that aspect of VOR navigation. Also important details on accuracy of VORs, how the CDI deflects while you're over it etc. are things that were missing in other videos, and exactly what I was hoping to understand!!

  8. 5:20 It is not necessary to make a guess. Per the designer of the VOR instrument, the course correction is shown. Where the CDI needle intersects the compass rose of the instrument is your correction to maintain the desired radial. Example: at 5:05 the CDI needle is shown intersecting the compass rose at 15 degrees. 15 degrees is your correction.

    Blame your CFIs if you didn't know this. Then he can blame all his CFIs. And so on.

  9. My Spinner does all this without my even having to take notice and with my newest restricted area buffer, (RAB), I can cruse straight on through without delay or detection thanks to my upgraded, (CSG), cloak and shelter generator. It's fun to look back at the old age technology now and then just for laughs though.

  10. Very well explained video for a totally beginner simulator pilot. Your explanations and presentation are brilliant! Thanks for the excellent video. It really makes this more understandable for a beginner. 🙂

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