Navigation can appear daunting at the outset.
But like most things, once you understand how it's done, the process is simple. And that's certainly true of VOR.
In real world flight VOR is being gradually replaced by GPS. And there are good reasons for that to happen. But there is something particularly satisfying about planning a VOR route, and executing it in an efficient and predictable manner.
We have learned how to start the Carenado King Air B200, and how to taxi and takeoff. In this video we continue from where we left off, following the published takeoff procedure, and we will then turn the aircraft over to the autopilot, having set the navigation parameters.