The learning process continues with the Carenado King Air B200.
Now that we know how to start the aircraft, it's time to taxi and takeoff. The X-Plane 11 beta is, as its name suggests, still a work in progress, and therefore elements of the process are subject to change, most often in a subtle form.
The aircraft now rolls at idle power - which is another good reason to remember to set the parking brake before starting the engine. Whether or not this is realistic is open to discussion.
Taxi is simple - once the wheels start to move maintain a reasonable taxi speed and, of course, know where you're going. The HSI also displays ground speed for reference.
Takeoff is more of a challenge. The aircraft doesn't seem to want to roll straight, and a careful dance on the rudder pedals is required to maintain centre line, or as near as you can manage.
Power also lags noticeably, so it may take a while to quickly find the right level, but as the aircraft doesn't require much runway, it doesn't hurt to take your time building up speed.