HAL server - Trainer Manual[PDF]
Non-training staff and regular staff are not supposed to know anything about trainer commands.
This article is written with Aurora version 1.1.75b.
For IvAc 1 HAL usage please read : http://forum.ivao.aero/index.php?topic=251443.0
Connection to the server
Open ATC Client and load the sector file. On the menu bar, click on "Connect" to open the following window :
Tick "connect to TRAINING SERVER".
On the menu bar, open the "ATC" window :
Open the "EXAM TRAINING" module :
- Click on HAL to open the HAL Menu
- Enter the HAL password
- Click on LOGIN
If you do not see this menu and you think it is not normal, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
To obtain your HAL password, please contact email@example.com
You should now be connected as a trainer with this message : You are a trainer now, Dave.
Tips : if you don't have a large screen and you don't need the Training/Exam box (left part), then click on the"Info" button to hide it.
You can then hide the comments part by re-sizing the box by moving the bottom right corner.
Quick creation tool
At the bottom of the HAL tool you can find a quick aircraft creation tool.
Check on the left the items you want (Distance is required, set 1 as example). Click on "ADD TRAFFIC" to spawn it.
If you have your own command lines to spawn aircraft, you can open COM Box from the Menu Bar and type :
Then type your commands as you used to do with IvAc.
Aircraft in-flight commands
All commands used in IvAc 1 can still be used with Aurora.
Commands are listed here:
Commands such as "Force act" and "text" on COM1 work as well.
Quick command tool
Clearance field : type here the clearance for the aircraft
WP : Copy cleared way point from strip to clearance field
ALT : Copy cleared altitude/FL from strip to clearance field
SPD : Copy cleared speed from strip to clearance field
FH : fly heading xxx
TL : turn left heading xxx
TR : turn right heading xxx
PD : proceed direct xxx
DCT : proceed direct xxx (same as PD)
TL DCT : turn left direct xxx
TR DCT : turn right direct xxx
MH : maintain present heading
EX T : expedite turn direct xxx
S. DCT : direct xxx and continue as filed
RO : resume own navigation (as filed on FPL)
HOLD : hold over xxx
CM : climb and maintain altitude/FL xxx
DM : descend and maintain altitude/FL xxx
MA : maintain current altitude
INFO : show/hide training menu
EX C : expedite climb to altitude/FL xxx
EX D : expedite descend to altitude/FL xxx
UNICOM : set subtrainer on/off to send commands on primary frequency
SPD : speed xxx
RS : reduce speed xxx
IS : increase speed xxx
NSR : no speed restriction
CI : cleared ILS/RNP approach RWY xx
CV : cleared visual approach RWY xx
CL : cleared to land RWY xx
TF : turn final (and land) RWY xx
SS : say speed
SH : say heading
SA : say altitude
SVS : say vertical speed
SQ : set squawk xxxx
IDENT : squawk ident
DIE : die selected aircraft
DIE ALL : die all aircraft made by you
PAUSE : pause all aircraft made by you
CONTINUE : resume all aircraft previously paused
Example : to clear an aircraft to descend to FL100 and fly heading 280
Write "100" in the clearance box then press "DM"
Write "280" in the clearance box then press "FH"
DATE OF SUBMISSION
- 18:50, 4 August 2020
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