Voice Commands
Last updated August 20, 2011
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LEGENDS:

  • The system recognises phrases expressed in the NATO phonetic alphabet (e.g., alpha, bravo, charlie, delta, etc.)
  • Phrases expressed within curly braces ( e.g., {ONOFF} ), indicate that the values are detailed at the bottom of the page.
  • Frequency settings can be expressed using POINT or DECIMAL (e.g., "123 POINT 5", or "123 DECIMAL 5")
  • Phrases displayed in parentheses, e.g., ( the ), indicate that the phrase is optional.
  • Phrases "nine" or "niner" are both interpreted as "9"


NOTE:: When you issue a Command to do any of the Checklists included below, the First Officer (your Co-Pilot) calls out and verifies the checklist items. NOTE:: When the IYP system loads, and Michelle says, "It's Your Plane... we're ready to go", the system will automatically change the flight to ZULU time and state so, if activated." - Effective Version 4.1.0.122.

ACARS
Activates/Deactivates the ACARS system
Activate (the) ACARS system
Deactivate (the) ACARS system
Start/Reset ACARS Logging
Start ACARS logging
Reset ACARS logging or Reset ACARS system
Pop up and get rid of the ACARS window
Bring up (the) ACARS window
Kill ACARS window
Get rid of ACARS window
Set Alternate Airport ICAO for ACARS
Make the alternate airport {ICAO}
Set the Passenger Count for ACARS
Passenger count equals {PAXCOUNT}
NOTE: The count must be expressed as 3 digits. For example, to set the passenger count to 45, say... "Passenger counter equals zero four five."
Top of Climb (Cruise) Altitude
Make (the) top of climb altitude { ALTITUDE }
Set (the) top of climb altitude to { ALTITUDE }

AUTOPILOT
Set the airspeed
Airspeed { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
e.g., Airspeed 080, Airspeed 250
NOTE: This command applies to both jetliners and prop-driven aircraft. In the case of a jetliner, this command sets the aircraft's auto-pilot IAS (Indicated Air Speed). In the case of a prop-driven aircraft, this command tells the IYP Co-Pilot to control the airspeed at any altitude (IYP pseudo auto-throttle).
NOTE: Momentarily applying the brakes will permit you (the pilot) to take control of a prop-driven aircraft's airspeed. (Also see... Take control of the speed... below)
Set the autopilot's altitude
Climb and maintain { ALTITUDE }
Descend and maintain { ALTITUDE }
Make (the) altitude { ALTITUDE }
Set (the) altitude to { ALTITUDE }
Set the altitude to flight level { FLIGHTLEVEL }
NOTE: The North American altitude transition level is 18,000. The system also supports standard European transition levels of 3,000, 4,000, 4,500 and 6.000 and can be configured before flight time. Please refer to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_level#Transition_altitude for more details.
Turn the altitude hold on or off
(Set) (the) Altitude hold { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) Altitude hold { ONOFF }
Set the Auto-Landing system on or off
Activate auto landing
I'd like you to do the landing
I'd like you to handle the landing
I'd like you to perform the landing
Deactivate auto landing
I'll do the landing
I'll handle the landing
I'll perform the landing
NOTE: Except for those aircraft equipped with auto-braking systems, in the Blind Pilots Mode, the parking brakes are applied during landing, otherwise, differential braking is used.
NOTE: The Auto-Landing setting is "remembered" session-to-session and its disposition is re-instated when launching IYP.
Set the AutoThrottle on or off
(Set the) auto throttle { ONOFF }
(Turn the) auto throttle { ONOFF }
Set the autopilot's back course on or off
Set (the) back course (mode)
Select (the) back course (mode)
Switch to (the) back course (mode)
Set the autopilot's course
Make (the) course { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Set (the) course to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Set (the) course to heading { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(e.g., Set the course to two zero five)
Set the first officer's (secondary) course
Make (the) first officer's course { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Set (the) first officer's course to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Set (the) first officer's course to heading { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }

Make (the) secondary course { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Set (the) secondary course to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Set (the) secondary course to heading { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(e.g., Set the secondary course to two zero five)
Set the flight level
Climb and maintain flight level { FLIGHTLEVEL }
Descend and maintain flight level{ FLIGHTLEVEL }
Set the autopilot's heading
Set ( the ) heading to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (degrees)
Make the heading { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (degrees)
Turn left heading { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (degrees)
Turn right heading { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (degrees)
Fly heading { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (degrees)
(e.g., Turn right heading zero niner five)

Set ( the ) heading to runway { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
NOTE:Effective Version 5.1.0.001
Preset the autopilot's heading
Preset the Heading in flight WITHOUT automatically and simultaneously engaging the Auto-Pilot
Preset ( the ) heading to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (degrees)
NOTE:: All three digits need to be expressed.
(e.g., Preset heading to zero zero five)
Set the heading indicator on or off
(Set) (the) heading indicator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) heading indicator { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) heading selector { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) heading selector { ONOFF }
Set the AutoThrottle's IAS switch on or off
(Set the) I A S { ONOFF }
(Turn the) I A S { ONOFF }
(Set the) indicated air speed { ONOFF }
(Turn the) indicated air speed { ONOFF }
(Set the) throttle lock { ONOFF }
(Turn the) throttle lock { ONOFF }
Set the autopilot's ILS approach mode on
Engage ILS approach (mode)
Select ILS approach (mode)
Set I L S approach (mode)
Switch to I L S approach (mode)
Set the autopilot's ILS approach mode off
Disengage ILS approach (mode)
Set the aircraft's auto-pilot Mach speed
Make the Mach speed (point) { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Example: Make the Mach speed point seven two
NOTE:: This command applies only to jetliners.
NOTE:: (see the section... You (the Pilot) take control of the speed... below).
Set the autopilot on or off
(Set) (the) auto pilot { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) auto pilot { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) autopilot { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) autopilot { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) C M D A { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) command A { ONOFF }
Turn the auto pilot disconnect feature on or off
Enable auto pilot disconnect
Disable auto pilot disconnect
NOTE: This feature's default condition is ENABLED.
NOTE: If DISABLED, notification is made on start of session.
NOTE: Effective Version 5.1.0.010.
Set the First Officer's autopilot on or off
(Turn) (the) C M D B { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) command B { ONOFF }
Set the autopilot's Nav 1 on or off
Set NAV hold { ONOFF }
Set VOR { ONOFF }
Set VOR hold { ONOFF }
Set NAV VOR { ONOFF }
Set NAV VOR hold { ONOFF }
Set navigation { ONOFF }
Set navigation hold { ONOFF }
Set navigation VOR { ONOFF }
Set navigation VOR hold { ONOFF }
Set the autopilot's Nav/GPS selector
Set NAV GPS on NAV
Set NAV GPS to NAV
Set NAV GPS on GPS
Set NAV GPS to GPS
Set Navigation GPS on Navigation
Set Navigation GPS to Navigation
Set Navigation GPS on GPS
Set Navigation GPS to GPS
Set the autopilot's vertical rate of ascent or descent
Set (the) vertical speed to { VERTICALSPEED }
Increase (the) vertical speed to { VERTICALSPEED }
Decrease (the) vertical speed to { VERTICALSPEED }
Set (the) rate of climb to { VERTICALSPEED }
Set (the) rate of descent to { VERTICALSPEED }
Set (the) vertical rate of climb to { VERTICALSPEED }
Set (the) vertical rate of descent to { VERTICALSPEED }
Increase (the) vertical rate of climb to { VERTICALSPEED }
Decrease (the) vertical rate of climb to { VERTICALSPEED }
Increase (the) vertical rate of descent to { VERTICALSPEED }
Decrease (the) vertical rate of descent to { VERTICALSPEED }
Set the yaw dampers on or off
(Set) (the) yaw dampers { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) yaw dampers { ONOFF }
Set the flight director on or off
(Set) (the) flight director { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) flight director { ONOFF }
Ask the First Officer to handle jetliner Mach speed above the transition level
I'd like you to control the speed
I'd like you to handle the speed
I'd like you to control the airspeed
I'd like you to handle the airspeed
NOTE:: Not applicable with General Aviation (GA) aircraft.
Take control of the speed
I'll control the speed
I'll control the airspeed
I'll handle the speed
I'll handle the airspeed
NOTE:: This command applies to both jetliners and prop-driven aircraft. You (the pilot) take control of a jetliner's Mach speed above the transition level and/or a prop-driven aircraft's airspeed at any altitude.
NOTE: A jetliner's airspeed below the transition level is controlled by the aircraft's auto-pilot. (See... Set the Airspeed... above)
NOTE:: Momentarily applying the brakes will also permit you to take control of prop-driven aircraft.
Change the First Officer V1 speed callout during takeoff
V1 Speed Calibration { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
e.g. "V1 speed calibrate 125"

VR Speed Calibration { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
e.g. "VR speed calibrate 128"

V2 Speed Calibration { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
e.g. "V2 speed calibrate 132"
Nav1 OBS
Set Nav 1 OBS to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Example:
Set Nav 1 OBS to 260
Rotate Nav1 OBS
Rotate Nav 1 OBS to center
Rotate Nav 1 OBS from center
NOTE: To center the CDI on your current radial and head TO or FROM the currently tuned VOR.
Nav2 OBS
Set Nav 2 OBS to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Example:
Set Nav 2 OBS to 070
Rotate Nav1 OBS
Rotate Nav 2 OBS to center
Rotate Nav 2 OBS from center
NOTE: To center the CDI on your current radial and head TO or FROM the currently tuned VOR.
Fly the VOR heading
Fly the VOR heading
NOTE:Activates VOR mode, turns the aircraft towards the currently tuned VOR, and periodically reports the distance to same.
Fly the NDB heading
Fly the NDB heading
Fly the ADF heading
NOTE:Activates HDG mode, turns the aircraft towards the currently tuned NDB (ADF1) beacon.
Resume GPS Navigation
Resume GPS Navigation
NOTE: Sets NAV-GPS on GPS, then sets NAV-VOR to the ON condition.

BLIND PILOTS
Activate / Deactivate the Blind Pilots Mode of operation
Blind Pilots Mode On
Blind Pilots Mode Off
NOTE: When active emits an audible beep to indicate that a command has been properly accepted. In addition, while in this mode, the First Officer calls out altitudes and rate of climb/descent at 500' AGL, and each 1,000' AGL. e.g., "5,000 minus 1,500" when descend throgu 5,000 AGL.
Preparations for a Visual Apporach landing
Expect vectors Visual {RUNWAY} (approach)
NOTE:Effective Version 5.1.0.001
Have Michelle/Mike perform a Visual Apporach landing
Prepare to land on Runway {RUNWAY}
Prepare to land on Visual Runway {RUNWAY}
Prepare to make a Visual Approach on Runway {RUNWAY}
NOTE:Turns onto Final... Jet aircraft = 14 nautical miles out: GA aircraft = 8 nautical miles out
NOTE:Effective Version 4.1.0.218
Have Michelle/Mike perform a Short Visual Apporach landing
Prepare to make a short Visual Approach on Runway {RUNWAY}
NOTE:Turns onto Final... Jet aircraft = 16 miles out: GA aircraft = 3.5 miles out
NOTE:Effective Version 4.1.0.253
Minimise the simulator to expose the IYP Control panel
View control panel
NOTE:Effective Version 4.1.0.120
Minimise the simulator and open the Options panel
Open options panel
NOTE:: Effective Version 4.1.0.120
Close the Options panel and bring back the simulator
Close options panel
NOTE:: This command also saves any changes, re-starts the application and brings the simulator back into view.
Effective Version 4.1.0.120.
Minimise the simulator and open the IYP Virtual Air panel
Open v a panel
NOTE:: Effective Version 4.1.0.266
Close the IYP Virtual Air panel and bring back the simulator
Close v a panel
NOTE:: Effective Version 4.1.0.266
Hide (and Restore) the simulator from view
Minimise Simulator
Restore simulator
NOTE:: Effective Version 4.1.0.120.
Maintain ATC Window open during flight
B V I A T C on
B V I A T C off
Since totally blind pilots cannot see whether or not the ATC window is open, by activating BVI ATC, the ATC window remains open. For those who are not visually impaired, they can deactivate this feature.
NOTE:: Effective Version 4.1.0.266.
NOTE:: This feature does not work in the WideFS mode.
Commands given to First Officer
Get crosswind component
Get current air speed
Get current altitude
Get current ground speed
Get current indicated air speed
Get current heading
Get current vertical rate
Get top of climb altitude
NOTE:: The F O calls out the vertical rate of climb or descent.
What runways exist?
NOTE: The F O calls out the available runways; the names, length, bearing, surface and indicates if ILS approach is available.
NOTE: The F O calls out the available runways for the Origination airport before departure and the Destination airport en route.
Navigational Reports While Cruising
Provide Navigational Reports
Suppress Navigational Reports
Slew to a Runway
Michelle, let's taxi to runway {RUNWAY}
Mike, let's taxi to runway {RUNWAY}
NOTE:: The First Officer slews the aircraft to the selected runway, then automatically taxis into position and hold.
Slew to a Runway and Hold Short
Michelle, let's taxi to and hold short of runway {RUNWAY}
Mike, let's taxi to and hold short of runway {RUNWAY}
NOTE:: The First Officer slews the aircraft short of the selected runway on the apron.
Slew to a Gate
Michelle, let's taxi to gate {GATE}
Mike, let's taxi to gate {GATE}
NOTE:: The First Officer slews the aircraft to the assigned gate.
Slew to General Aviation Parking
Michelle, let's taxi to General Aviation Parking
Mike, let's taxi to General Aviation Parking
NOTE:: The First Officer slews the aircraft to a vacant parking spot.
Activate/Deactviate Keyboard Interface
Actviate Keyboard Interface
Deactviate Keyboard Interface
Activate/Deactviate Unify Affinity
Unify Affinity On
Unify Affinity Off
Incrementally change the volume up/down
Sound Effects Volume Up
Sound Effects Volume Down
Incrementally change the volume up/down of MP3 music
Music Volume Up
Music Volume Down
Incrementally change the rate of speech faster/slower
Increase Speech Rate
Decrease Speech Rate
Actviate/Deactivate the microphone switch
Activate (the) microphone switch
Dectivate (the) microphone switch
NOTE:: When deactivating, ensure the Microphone Switch is pressed.
Set/Clear the microphone switch key assignment
Setup microphone switch key assignment
Clear microphone switch key assignment
NOTE:: Effective Version 4.1.0.120.
Select the desired ATC mode of operation
Switch to Simple ATC Plus mode
Switch to Radar Contact 4 ATC mode
Switch to Super ATC mode
Switch to Live ATC mode
NOTE:: Effective Version 4.1.0.324.

CHECKLISTS
Run through all the Checklists in sequence
(Let's do) (Do) all (of the) checklists
Get all checklists
NOTE:: The First Officer calls out and verifies all the checklists in sequence.
VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: This command should only be used if the aircraft is sitting cold and dark at the origination airport gate or ramp, with a complete flight plan loaded in the Flight Simulator.
WARNING - Do not execute this command in flight.
Kneeboard Checklists
Bring up checklists
Kill checklists
Resume Checklists
Resume checklists
Do the Pre-Flight Checklist
(Begin) pre-flight checklist
(Let's do the) pre-flight checklist
(Let's run down the) pre-flight checklist
(Let's run through the) pre-flight checklist
Do the Before Start Up Checklist
(Begin) before start up checklist
(Let's do the) before start up checklist
(Let's run through the) before start up checklist
(Let's run down the) before start up checklist
Push back from the gate/ramp
Ready for push back
Start pushback please
Pushback clearance obtained
Push (the) tail left
Push (the) tail right
Stop push back
NOTE:: This jetliner command is typically executed after the Before Startup checklist, and before the Startup checklist.
Automated Push back from the gate/ramp
This is an automated process. Michelle will ask, "Captain, do we require a pushback?"
You can reply with:

Affirmative
Yes please
Roger
Negative
No thanks

If you answer in the affirmative, then Michelle asks you for the pushback distance. You can reply with:

100 feet
150 feet
200 feet
250 feet
300 feet
30 metres
50 metres
75 metres
100 metres

She will then ask, "Do we need to push the tail left, push the tail right, or push straight back?"
You can reply with:

push stright back
push tail left
push tail right

NOTE: You can listen to a sample pushback here.
Do the Start Up Checklist
(Begin) start up checklist
(Let's do the) start up checklist
(Let's run through the) start up checklist
(Let's run down the) start up checklist
Do the Before Taxi Checklist
(Begin) (Let's do the) before taxi checklist
(Let's run through the) before taxi checklist
(Let's run down the) before taxi checklist
Do the Taxi Checklist
(Begin) taxi checklist
(Let's do the) taxi checklist
(Let's run through the) taxi checklist
(Let's run down the) taxi checklist
Do the Before Takeoff Checklist
(Begin) before takeoff checklist
(Let's do the) before takeoff checklist
(Let's run through the) before takeoff checklist
(Let's run down the) before takeoff checklist
Do the Takeoff and Climb Out Checklists
(Begin) takeoff checklist
(Let's do the) takeoff checklist
(Let's run down the) takeoff checklist
(Let's run through the) takeoff checklist
NOTE:: The command executes both the Takeoff and Climb Out checklists.
Reject a Takeoff
Abort take off
Reject take off
NOTE: This command executes the Rejected Take Off (RTO) sequence, must be called out BEFORE V1 and will only be executed with a Boeing aircraft if the Autobrakes are set to RTO.
Do the After Takeoff Checklist
(Begin) after takeoff checklist
(Let's do the) after takeoff checklist
(Let's run through the) after takeoff checklist
(Let's run down the) after takeoff checklist
NOTE:: This checklist is only applicable when using the Project Magenta interface.
Do the Cruise Checklist
(Begin) cruise checklist
(Let's do the) cruise checklist
(Let's run down the) cruise checklist
(Let's run through the) cruise checklist
(Let's do the) cruising checklist
(Let's run down the) cruising checklist
(Let's run through the) cruising checklist
Do the Descent Checklist
(Begin) descent checklist
(Let's do the) descent checklist
(Let's run down the) descent checklist
(Let's run through the) descent checklist
(Let's) begin (the) descent checklist
NOTE:: This command is to be executed as the aircraft begins its descent fro its cruising level.
Do the Approach And Landing Checklists
(Begin) approach checklist
(Let's do the) approach checklist
(Let's run down the) approach checklist
(Let's run through the) approach checklist
NOTE:: This command executes both the Approach and Landing checklists and should only be executed after the aircraft has descended to, and maintains, its approach level - typically on base, or 5 miles before intersecting the ILS.
Execute a go around sequence
Execute go around
Execute going around
Let's do a go around
Enable/disable the Reverse Thrust
Reverse thrust { ONOFF}
Do the Taxi To The Gate or the Ramp Checklist
(Begin) taxi to the gate checklist
(Let's do the) taxi to the gate checklist
(Let's run down the) taxi to the gate checklist
(Let's run through the) taxi to the gate checklist
(Begin) (Let's do the) taxi to the ramp checklist
(Let's run down the) taxi to the ramp checklist
(Let's run through the) taxi to the ramp checklist
NOTE:: Typically, if you have executed an Approach and Landing checklist with the assistance of Michelle or Mike, the system will automatically execute this checklist after turning off the runway, after a short delay.
Do the Parking Checklist
(Begin) parking checklist
(Let's do the) parking checklist
(Let's run down the) parking checklist
(Let's run through the) parking checklist
NOTE:: This command places the aircraft in a resting state, ready for a turn around. If you want to force the aircraft into a cold and dark state, execute the Shut Down checklist below.
Do the Shut Down Checklist
(Begin) shut down checklist
(Let's do the) shut down checklist
(Let's run down the) shut down checklist
(Let's run through the) shut down checklist
NOTE:: This command places the aircraft in the cold and dark state.
Cancel Checklist
Cancel (the) checklists
Abort (the) checklists
IMPORTANT NOTE:: Do not use "Cancel checklists" with Vista or Windows 7... Microsoft uses Cancel... it's a RESERVED word. Instead, use "Abort checklists".
Slew to Runway
Michelle, let's taxi to runway {RUNWAY}
Mike, let's taxi to runway {RUNWAY}
Checked
NOTE:: All the phrases in this section infer... "checked"

Checked
Checked on
Checked off
Armed
Is Armed
Is capped
Capped and off
Off and capped
Is on
Is off
Roger
as needed
as required
are secure
have been briefed
Okay
It's okay
Verified
(The) passengers (have been) checked
(IFR) (taxi) (takeoff) clearance (has been) obtained
(The) aircraft lighting (has been) checked
(The) avionics are set for departure
(The) elevator trim (has been) checked
(The) elevator trim (has been) verified
(The) engine areas are clear
(The) engine instruments (have been) checked
(The) engine temperature (has been) checked
(The) flight controls (have been) checked
(The) flight instruments (have been) checked
(The) master ignition switch is on
(The) master ignition switch is off
(The) fuel quantity (has been) checked
(The) fuel selector is set to both
(The) fuel selector is set to the fullest
(The) mixture is set
(The) nav equipment (has been) checked
(The) navigation equipment (has been) checked
(The) radios (have been) checked
(The) standby instruments (have been) checked
(Roger) we are clear on the left
(Roger) all clear on the left
(Yes) we are clear on the left
(Yes) all clear on the left
Yes it is
Yes they are
(The) salute (has) (been) received
We have (the) (V1 VR V2) data
We have (the) (I F R) clearance
We have (the) (I F R) takeoff clearance
We have (the) (I F R) taxi clearance
We have (the) weather (report)
(e.g., IFR takeoff clearance obtained)
(e.g., The elevator trim has been verified)
(e.g., Nav equipement checked)
(e.g., We have the data)

COCKPIT
ADF 1
ADF 1 {ONOFF}
ADF 2
ADF 2 {ONOFF}
Set the Master Alternator/Generator switch on or off.
(Set) (the) master alternator (switch) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) master alternator (switch) { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) (master) generator (switch) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (master) generator (switch) { ONOFF }
Set the altimeter to the expressed value.
(set) (the) Altimeter { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (point) (decimal) { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(set) (the) QNH to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (point) (decimal) { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(set) (the) Captain's QNH to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (point) (decimal) { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(set) (the) First Officer's QNH to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (point) (decimal) { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(set) (the) Secondary QNH to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (point) (decimal) { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(set) (the) Both QNH to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (point) (decimal) { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(set) (the) Local QNH to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } (point) (decimal) { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(e.g., Altimeter one zero one three)
(e.g., Set both QNH to two niner point niner two)
(e.g., QNH to two niner decimal niner two)
(e.g., Set the local QNH to zero niner niner seven)

IMPORTANT NOTE:: If the phrase commences with a "2" or a "3", (e.g., 2992 or 3024), then the system is expecting the altimeter setting expressed as inches of mercury. If the phrase commences with a "0" or a "1", (e.g., 0978 or 1013), then the system is expecting the altimeter setting as Millibars.
You need to express 4 digits... i.e., a QNH of 997 needs to be expressed as 0997.
Auto Altimeter
Auto Altimeter {ON/OFF}
Auto QNH {ON/OFF}
When this feature is active, it automatically resets the baromatric pressure when flying below the transition altitude. This feature was originally developed for our Blind and Visually Impaired (BVI) pilots who cannot see rapid altitude changes while in flight. However, we have discovered that many sighted users are taking advantage of this feature.
NOTE: This state is "remembered" from session-to-session.
Noise Abatement
Noise Abatement {ON/OFF}
When this feature is active, your trusty Co-Pilot will reduce engine thrust and reduce the rate of climb between 1,500 and 3,000 AGL.
NOTE: This feature only applies to jet aircraft.
NOTE: This state is "remembered" from session-to-session.
Set the anti collision light on or off.
(Set the) anti collision light { ONOFF }
Turn the anti ice on or off.
Anti ice { ONOFF }
De-ice { ONOFF }
Turn Approach on On/Off
(Set) (the) Approach (selector) {ONOFF}
Preparations for a Visual Apporach landing
Expect vectors Visual {RUNWAY} (approach)
NOTE:Effective Version 5.1.0.001
Have Michelle/Mike perform a Visual Apporach landing
Prepare to land on Runway {RUNWAY}
Prepare to make a Visual Approach on Runway {RUNWAY}
NOTE:Turns onto Final... Commercial Aircraft = 14 nautical miles out: GA Aircraft = 8 nautical miles out
NOTE:Effective Version 4.1.0.218
Set the autobrakes switch.
Set (the) autobrakes to RTO
Set (the) autobrakes to rejected takeoff
Set (the) autobrakes off
Set (the) autobrakes to off
Set (the) autobrakes to position one
Set (the) autobrakes to low
Set (the) autobrakes to position two
Set (the) autobrakes to medium
Set (the) autobrakes to position three
Set (the) autobrakes to (the) maximum
Set the auto feather on or off.
(Set the) auto feather { ONOFF }
Reset Auto Pilot Alert
Reset Auto Pilot Alert
Set the auto spoilers switch on or off.
(Set the) auto spoilers { ONOFF }
(Turn the) auto spoilers { ONOFF }
Reset Auto Throttle Alert
Reset Auto Throttle Alert
Set the avionics on or off.
(Set) (the) avionics { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) avionics { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) radio master switch { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) radio master switch { ONOFF }
Set the beacon light on or off.
(Set) (the) beacon light { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) beacon light { ONOFF }
Set the beacon and strobe lights on or off.
(Set) (the) beacon strobe lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) beacon and strobe lights { ONOFF }
Set the overhead dome lights on or off.
(Set) (the) overhead dome lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) overhead dome lights { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) dome light { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) dome light { ONOFF }
Set the tail recognition lights on or off.
(Set) (the) tail recognition lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) tail recognition lights { ONOFF }
Set the recognition lights on or off.
(Set) (the) recognition lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) recognition lights { ONOFF }
Set the nosewheel landing lights on or off.
(Set) (the) nosewheel landing lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) nosewheel landing lights { ONOFF }
Set the runway turnoff lights on or off.
(Set) (the) runway turnoff lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) runway turnoff lights { ONOFF }
Set the wing inspection lights on or off.
(Set) (the) wing inspection lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) wing inspection lights { ONOFF }
Set the cabin lights on or off.
(Set) (the) cabin lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) cabin lights { ONOFF }
Set the cockpit lights on or off.
(Set) (the) cockpit lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) cockpit lights { ONOFF }
Turn Cmd A or B On/Off
(Set) (the) Cmd A {ONOFF}
(Set) (the) Cmd B {ONOFF}
Turn the Cockpit Music on or off.
(Turn) my music { ONOFF }
Play my music { TRACK 0 thtough 9 } (e.g. play my music two)
NOTE:: Cockpit MP3 Music is played only in the cockpit.
NOTE:: The MP3 files can be stored in the following folderS:
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\0\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\1\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\2\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\3\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\4\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\5\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\6\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\7\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\8\
[Simulator Root Folder]\Sound\MyMusic\9\
Press CTR
Press CTR
Turn CWS A or B On/Off.
(Set) (the) CWS A {ONOFF}
(Set) (the) CWS B {ONOFF}
Display or Lose EICAS
Display EICAS / Lose EICAS
Reset Fire Warning (alarm)
Reset Fire Warning (alarm)
Display or Lose FMC
Display FMC / Lose FMC
Reset FMC Alert
Reset FMC Alert
Press FPV
Press FPV
Fuel Flow Options
Fuel Flow Reset
Fuel Flow Rate
Fuel Flow Used
Set strobe instrument/panel lights on or off.
(Set) (the) instrument lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) instrument lights { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) panel lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) panel lights { ONOFF }
Cycle through the kneeboard views. (F10 function)
Flip through kneeboard
Kneeboard views.
Display briefing, Bring up the briefing
Display messages, Bring up the messages
Display navigation log, Bring up the navigation log
Display keys, Bring up the keys
Display checklists, Bring up the checklists
Display reference, Bring up the reference
Display mission, Bring up the mission Kill the briefing, Get rid of the briefing
Kill the messages, Get rid of the messages
Kill the navigation log, Get rid of the navigation log
Kill the keys, Get rid of the keys
Kill the checklists, Get rid of the checklists
Kill the reference, Get rid of the reference
Kill the mission, Get rid of the mission
Turn LNav On/Off
(Set) (the) LNav (selector) {ONOFF}
Set the landing lights on or off.
(Set) (the) landing lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) landing lights { ONOFF }
Turn Level Change On/Off
(Set) (the) Level Change (selector) {ONOFF}
Set the logo lights on or off.
(Set) (the) logo lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) logo lights { ONOFF }
Reset Master Caution
Reset Master Caution
Define the Range
Make the Range 5
Make the Range 10
Make the Range 20
Make the Range 40
Make the Range 80
Make the Range 160
Make the Range 320
Make the Range 640
Press Metres
Press Metres
Reset Minimums
Reset Minimums
Mode Selector Positions
Mode Selector to ILS
Mode Selector to Full ILS
Mode Selector to Expanded ILS
Mode Selector to ARC
Mode Selector to Approach
Mode Selector to Navigation
Mode Selector to VOR
Mode Selector to Full VOR
Mode Selector to Expanded VOR
Mode Selector to Map
Mode Selector to Plan
Turn N1 On/Off
(Set) (the) N1 (selector) {ONOFF}
N1 Options
N1 on 2
N1 on 1
N1 on Auto
N1 on Both
Display or Lose ND
Display ND / Lose ND
Set the navigation lights on or off.
(Set) (the) navigation lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) navigation lights { ONOFF }
Set the no smoking sign on or off.
(Set) (the) smoking { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) smoking { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) smoking sign { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) smoking sign { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) no smoking { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) no smoking { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) no smoking sign { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) no smoking sign { ONOFF }
Set strobe instrument/panel lights on or off.
(Set) (the) panel lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) panel lights { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) instrument lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) instrument lights { ONOFF }
Sets the position lights on or off.
(Set the) position lights { ONOFF }
(Turn the) position lights { ONOFF }
Display or Lose PFD
Display PFD / Lose PFD
Set the probe heat on or off.
(Set) (the) probe heat { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) probe heat { ONOFF }
Set the pitot heater on or off.
(Set) (the) pitot { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) pitot { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) pitot heat { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) pitot heat { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) pitot heater { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) pitot heater { ONOFF }
Select Pressure
Select Pressure
Set the seat belts sign on or off.
(Set) (the) seat belts { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) seat belts { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) seat belts sign { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) seat belts sign { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) fasten seat belts { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) fasten seat belts { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) fasten seat belts sign { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) fasten seat belts sign { ONOFF }
Turns Speed On/Off
(Set) (the) speed (selector) {ONOFF}
Speed Ref Options
Speed Ref on V1
Speed Ref on VR
Speed Ref on WT
Speed Ref on VRef
Speed Ref on Auto
Speed Ref on Set
Set the taxi lights on or off.
(Set) (the) taxi lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) taxi lights { ONOFF }
Display or Lose Throttle Quadrant
Display Throttle Quadrant / Lose Throttle Quadrant
VOR 1
VOR 1 { ONOFF }
VOR 2
VOR 2 { ONOFF }
Turn VOR Locator On/Off
(Set) (the) VOR Locator {ONOFF}
Turn VNav On/Off
(Set) (the) VNav (selector) {ONOFF}
Turn VS On/Off
(Set) (the) VS (selector) {ONOFF}
Bring up the Weather Radar
Weather Radar
Set the wing lights on or off
(Set) (the) wing lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) wing lights { ONOFF }

CONTROLS
Set the Master switch on or off
(Set) (the) master (power) switch { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) master (power) switch { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) battery master (power) switch { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) battery master (power) switch { ONOFF }
Closes and opens aircraft doors
Close doors
Open doors
Closes and opens aircraft canopy
Close canopy
Open canopy
Execute Fire Warning System Test
Execute Fire Warning System Test
What are the flap positions?
What are the flap positions?
NOTE:: Reads back the particular aircraft's flap positions in degrees. Response for a DC-3: "The flap positions in degrees are 11, 23, 34, 45"
Sets the flaps/slats to the requested angle
NOTE:: The system will only recognize flap degrees on supported aircraft that actually exist on the aircraft being flown. For example, attempting to say "Flaps two" on an Airbus A320 will fail, since this setting does not exist on an A320 - an error tone will be heard.
Flaps { FLAPS }
Set the flaps to { FLAPS }
Extend the flaps to { FLAPS }
Flaps up and trim
Sets the flaps/slats on unsupported aircraft
Flaps up one notch
Flaps down one notch
Set the amphibian aircraft floats up or down
Bring the floats up
Put the floats down
Set the landing gear up or down
Landing gear up/down
Struts up/down
Wheels up/down
Carriage up/down
Under carriage up/down
Raise/Lower wheels
Raise/Lower struts
Raise/Lower carriage
Raise/Lower under carriage
Set the parking brakes on or off
(Set the) parking brakes { ONOFF }
(Turn the) parking brakes { ONOFF }
Set the speed brake on or off
(Set the) speeds brake { ONOFF }
(Set the) speeds brakes { ONOFF }
Set the spoilers to the desired position
(Set) (Extend) (the) spoilers to { SPOILER DEGREES }
Resets the spoilers to the desired position
(Set) (Extend) (the) spoilers to { SPOILER DEGREES }
Standby Attitude Positions
Standby Attitude Off
Standby Attitude On Approach
Standby Attitude On Backcourse
Set the Standby Power Switch on or off
(Set) (the) standby power (switch) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) standby power (switch){ ONOFF }
Set the strobe lights on or off
(Set) (the) strobe lights { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) strobe lights { ONOFF }
Apply Brakes during Auto-Landing
Apply landing brakes {ON/OFF}
NOTE: This state is "remembered" from session-to-session
Operate Jetway
Extend Jetway
Retract Jetway
NOTE: Only operational in FSX where jetways exist.
Move the water rudder up or down
Water rudder up
Water rudder down
Set the TO/GA switch on or off
(Set the) take off go around { ONOFF }
(Turn the) take off go around { ONOFF }
(Set the) T O G A { ONOFF }
(Turn the) T O G A { ONOFF }

ENGINES
Cause the aircraft to execute full engine thrust
Apply full power
Apply takeoff thrust
Set the A P U on or off
Start the A P U
Shut down the A P U
Start the Auxillary Power Unit
Shut down the Auxillary Power Unit
IMPORTANT NOTE:: Do not use "Start the A P U " with Vista or Windows 7... Microsoft uses Start... it's a RESERVED word. Instead, use "Fire up the A P U ".
Set the carb on or off (single engine plane)
(Set) (the) carburetor heater { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) carburetor heater { ONOFF }
Set the number one carb on or off
(Set) (the) number one carb (heater) { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) number one carburetor (heater) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) number one carb (heater) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) number one carburetor (heater) { ONOFF }
Set the number two carb on or off
(Set) (the) number two carb (heater) { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) number two carburetor (heater) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) number two carb (heater) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) number two carburetor (heater) { ONOFF }
Set the number three carb on or off
(Set) (the) number three carb (heater) { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) number three carburetor (heater) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) number three carb (heater) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) number three carburetor (heater) { ONOFF }
Set the number four carb on or off
(Set) (the) number four carb (heater) { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) number four carburetor (heater) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) number four carb (heater) { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) number four carburetor (heater) { ONOFF }
Set all Carburetors
Carburator heaters { ONOFF }
Set the cowl flaps or number one cow flaps open or closed
(Set) (the) cowl flaps { OPEN/CLOSED }
(Turn) (the) cowl flaps{ OPEN/CLOSED }
(Set) (the) number one cowl flaps { OPEN/CLOSED }
(Turn) (the) number one cowl flaps{ OPEN/CLOSED }
Set the number two cowl flaps open or closed
(Set) (the) number two cowl flaps { OPENCLOSED }
(Turn) (the) number two cowl flaps{ OPENCLOSED }
Set the number three cowl flaps open or closed
(Set) (the) number two cowl flaps { OPENCLOSED }
(Turn) (the) number two cowl flaps{ OPENCLOSED }
Set the number three cowl flaps open or closed
(Set) (the) number three cowl flaps { OPENCLOSED }
(Turn) (the) number three cowl flaps{ OPENCLOSED }
Set the number four cowl flaps open or closed
(Set) (the) number four cowl flaps { OPENCLOSED }
(Turn) (the) number four cowl flaps{ OPENCLOSED }
Set all Cowl Flaps
Cowl flaps { ONOFF }
Set the fuel mixture
(Set the) (engine) Mixture (to) { RICHLEAN }
(Set the) (engine) Mixtures (to) { RICHLEAN }
Set the fuel cutoff on or off
(Set the) (engine) fuel cutoff { ONOFF }
(Set the) (engine) fuel cutoff valve { ONOFF }
Set the number one fuel pump on or off
(Set the) Number one fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Turn the) Number one fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Set the) Number one booster pump { ONOFF }
(Turn the) Number one booster pump { ONOFF }
Set the number two fuel pump on or off
(Set the) Number two fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Turn the) Number two fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Set the) Number two booster pump { ONOFF }
(Turn the) Number two booster pump { ONOFF }
Set the number three fuel pump on or off
(Set the) Number three fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Turn the) Number three fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Set the) Number three booster pump { ONOFF }
(Turn the) Number three booster pump { ONOFF }
Set the number four fuel pump on or off
(Set the) Number four fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Turn the) Number four fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Set the) Number four booster pump { ONOFF }
(Turn the) Number four booster pump { ONOFF }
Start Engine(s)
Start (the) engine (switch)
Start (the) engines
Fire up engine
(Turn (the) Magneto starter switch on
(Turn) (the) (Engine) Number one magneto starter (switch) on
IMPORTANT NOTE:: Do not use "Start engine" with Vista or Windows 7... Microsoft uses Start... it's a RESERVED word. Instead, use "Fire up engine".
Sets the magneto switch on or off
(Set the) magneto switch { ONOFF }
Turn off engine number one magneto starter switch
(Turn) (the) Magneto starter switch off
(Turn) (Engine) Number one magneto starter off
(Turn) (the) (Engine) Number one magneto starter switch off
Turn off engine number two magneto starter switch
(Turn) (the) (Engine) Number two magneto starter (switch) off
Turn off engine number three magneto starter switch
(Turn) (the) (Engine) Number three magneto starter (switch) off
Turn off engine number four magneto starter switch
(Turn) (the) (Engine) Number four magneto starter (switch) off
Turn the Engine #1 fuel valve on or off
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 1 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 1 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 1 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 1 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 1 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 1 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 1 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) number 1 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 1 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
Start Engine #1
Start engine 1
Start engine number 1
Fire up engine 1
Fire up engine number 1
Start number 1
Fire up number 1
Turn the Engine #2 fuel valve on or off
(Depends upon the number of engines)

(set) (turn) (the) Engine 2 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 2 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 2 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 2 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 2 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 2 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 2 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 2 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 2 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
Start Engine #2
(Depends upon the number of engines)

Start engine 2
Start engine number 2
Fire up engine 2
Fire up engine number 2
Start number 2
Fire up number 2
Turn the Engine #3 fuel valve on or off
(Depends upon the number of engines)

(set) (turn) (the) Engine 3 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 3 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 3 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 3 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 3 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 3 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 3 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 3 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 3 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
Starts Engine #3
(Depends upon the number of engines)

Start engine 3
Start engine number 3
Fire up engine 3
Fire up engine number 3
Start number 3
Fire up number 3
Turn the Engine #4 fuel valve on or off
(Depends upon the number of engines)

(set) (turn) (the) Engine 4 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 4 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 4 fuel { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 4 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 4 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 4 fuel valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine 4 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Number 4 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
(set) (turn) (the) Engine number 4 fuel cut off valve { ONOFF }
Start Engine #4
(Depends upon the number of engines)

Start engine 4
Start engine number 4
Fire up engine 4
Fire up engine number 4
Start number 4
Fire up number 4
Set the engine #1 generator
(Depends upon the number of engines)

(Set) (the) (engine) number 1 alternator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (engine) number 1 alternator { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) (engine) number 1 generator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (engine) number 1 generator { ONOFF }
Set the engine #2 generator
(Depends upon the number of engines)

(Set) (the) (engine) number 2 alternator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (engine) number 2 alternator { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) (engine) number 2 generator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (engine) number 2 generator { ONOFF }
Set the engine #3 generator
(Depends upon the number of engines)

(Set) (the) (engine) number 2 alternator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (engine) number 2 alternator { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) (engine) number 2 generator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (engine) number 2 generator { ONOFF }
Set the engine #4 generator
(Depends upon the number of engines)

(Set) (the) (engine) number 4 alternator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (engine) number 4 alternator { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) (engine) number 4 generator { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) (engine) number 4 generator { ONOFF }
Set all generators
Engine generators { ONOFF }
Set the fuel condition lever to high idle
(Set) (the) fuel condition (lever) to high idle
(Turn) (the) fuel condition (lever) to high idle
Set the fuel condition lever to low idle
Set) (the) fuel condition (lever) to low idle
(Turn) (the) fuel condition (lever) to low idle
Set the fuel condition lever to the off position
(Set) (the) fuel condition (lever) (to) off
(Turn) (the) fuel condition (lever) (to) off
(Set) (the) fuel condition (lever) to the off position
(Turn) (the) fuel condition (lever) to the off position
(Set) (the) fuel condition (lever) to the cut position
(Turn) (the) fuel condition (lever) to the off position
Shut down engine
Shut down engines
Set the fuel pump on or off
(Set) (the) fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) fuel pump { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) fuel boost { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) fuel boost { ONOFF }
Set the propeller pitch
(Set) (the) propeller pitch to High RPM
(Set) (the) propeller pitches to High RPM
(Turn) (the) propeller pitch to High RPM
(Turn) (the) propeller pitches to High RPM
(Set) (the) propeller pitch to Low RPM
(Set) (the) propeller pitches to Low RPM
(Turn) (the) propeller pitch to Low RPM
(Turn) (the) propeller pitches to Low RPM
Enable or disable the reverse thrust
Reverse Thrust { ONOFF}

ENVIRONMENT AND WEATHER
Ask Michelle/Mike for the QNH
What is the current QNH?
Michelle will respond like... "ATC reports that the current Q N H is 3036; 1018 millibars."
Turn the Cabin Music on or off
Cabin music { ONOFF }
NOTE:: With passenger airliners, the Cabin Music is automatically turned off when the Takeoff and Climbout checklists are executed, and is automatically turned back on when the aircraft lands and the airspeed drops below its reverse thrust speed. NOTE:: The Cabin Music can be turned on/off during flight if desired.
NOTE:: The sound level of the Cabin Music and the Cabin announcements can be adjusted on the IYP control panel.
Turn the Cockpit Music on or off
(turn) my music { ONOFF }
Distance Reporting
Activate Distance Reporting
Deactivate Distance Reporting
Navigational Reports While Cruising
Provide Navigational Reports
Suppress Navigational Reports
Ask the F O to make a Flight Following announcement
Make a flight following announcement
NOTE:: The First Officer makes a flight following announcement to the passengers or the pilot, and includes the nearest METAR weather information, if available.
NOTE:: Once a prop-driven passenger aircraft climbs above 3,000 feet, or a jetliner climbs above FL200, the Flight Following system kicks in and automatically performs announcements every 15 minutes (depending on the area being flown over) and continues making announcements till the aircraft decends below 6,000 feet. With prop-driven GA aircraft, the First Officer addresses the Pilot, and NOT the passengers.
Activate and deactivate the Flight Following feature
Activate Flight Following
Deactivate Flight Following
Activate and deactivate the Flight Following feature for Cargo aircraft
Activate Cargo Flight Following
Deactivate Cargo Flight Following
NOTE: Intended for pilots who want to have co-pilot to pilot Flight Following announcements with cargo jet aircraft.
Activate and deactivate the General Aviation Flight Following feature
Activate General Aviation Flight Following
Deactivate General Aviation Flight Following
Get the Sunrise and Sunset Times
(What are the) Sunrise Sunset times
(What are the) Sunset Sunrise times
Get the Transition Altitude
Get (me) the Transition Altitude for (airport) { ICAO }
(e.g., Get the Transition Altitude for Echo, Golf, Lima, Lima
Get Crosswind Component
Get Crosswind Component
Get the Weather for the specified airport
Get (the) Weather for { PHONETIC }
NOTE:: This is done using a phonetically expressed ICAO.
(e.g., Get weather for Charlie, Yankee, Victor, Romeo)
Perform PAX Boarding Announcement
Perform passenger boarding announcement
Perform Cross-Check Announcement
Perform cross-check announcement
Perform Passenger Safety Announcement
Perform passenger safety announcement
Perform Prepare for Landing Announcement
Perform prepare for landing announcement
Perform Landing and Taxi Effects
Perform landing and taxi effects
Perform Parking Announcement
Perform parking announcement
Stop Announcements
Stop Announcements
Cabin Effects (Ambient Cabin Chatter)
Cabin effects on
Cabin effects off
Perform Seat Belts On Announcement
Perform seat belts on announcement
Perform Seat Belts Off Announcement
Perform seat belts off announcement
Synchronise the Flight Simulator's clock time to Zulu
Set (the) time to Zulu
Reset (the) time to Zulu
Use Zulu time
Get Time
Get (the) current time

FMC
Ask Co-Pilot for the aircraft's Maximum Gross Weight
Maximum gross weight?
Ask Co-Pilot for the aircraft's Gross Weight
(Total) Gross weight?
Ask Co-Pilot for the Zero fuel weight (ZFW)
Zero fuel weight?
Ask Co-Pilot for the total fuel weight
(Total) Fuel weight?
Ask Co-Pilot for the total fuel quantity
(Total) Fuel quantity?
Ask Co-Pilot for the Center of Gravity
What's our C of G?
What's our Center of Gravity?
* * * COMMANDS BELOW ARE ONLY ACTIVE DURING FMC THE PROGRAMMING PHASES * * *
FMC Function Keys
Select Init Ref
Select Route
Select Climb
Select Cruise
Select Descent
Select Menu
Select Legs
Select Departures and Arrivals
Select Hold
Select Progress
Select Execute
Select N1 Limit
Select Fix
Select Previous Page
Select Next Page
Select Keyboard
Left Side LSK Functions
Store 1 Left, or LSK 1 Left
Store 2 Left, or LSK 2 Left
Store 3 Left, or LSK 3 Left
Store 4 Left, or LSK 4 Left
Store 5 Left, or LSK 5 Left
Store 6 Left, or LSK 6 Left
Right Side LSK Functions
Store 1 Right, or LSK 1 Right
Store 2 Right, or LSK 2 Right
Store 3 Right, or LSK 3 Right
Store 4 Right, or LSK 4 Right
Store 5 Right, or LSK 5 Right
Store 6 Right, or LSK 6 Right
Load Route Data
Load Route Data
Continue with checklists...
Finished Programming the FMC
Please continue...

FUEL
Have Ground Operations Load the Proper Amount of Fuel
Perform Fuel Loading Operations
NOTE: Please refer to PAGE 60 of the IYP Flight Deck Doc for an in-depth explanation.
Ask Co-Pilot for aircraft's Maximum Gross Weight
(What's our) maximum gross weight?
Ask Co-Pilot for aircraft's Gross Weight
(What's our) (total) gross weight?
Ask Co-Pilot for ZFW
(What's our) zero fuel weight?
Ask Co-Pilot for total fuel weight
(What's our) (total) fuel weight?
Ask Co-Pilot for total fuel quantity
(What's our) (total) fuel quantity?

GENERAL
It's your plane
Pass control to Michelle during takeoff and landing. (see Flight Deck Doc for details)
It's my plane
Take control from Michelle during takeoff and landing. (see Flight Deck Doc for details)
Activate / Deactivate the audible command confirmations
Audible command confirmations on
Audible command confirmations off
NOTE: When active emits an audible beep to indicate that a command has been properly accepted.
Converse with Others who are Flying or on the Ground!
Connect to IYP Central
Disconnect from a IYP Central Conversation
Disconnect from IYP Central
Initiate or Join a Multiplayer Session
Connect to Come Fly With Me
Execute Come Fly With Me
Disconnect from a Multiplayer Session
Disconnect from Come Fly With Me
Export Route Data
Export route data
NOTE: Route data is exported to the root folder of the simulator. In the WideFS mode, it is exported to the IYP Client-side application folder.
Using ZULU/Flight Time
Begin each session using ZULU time
Begin each session using Flight time
Sets Door Operations for Pre-Flight   (for use with FSPassengers, etc.)
Activate door operations
Deactivate door operations
Compasses
Employ True North Compass
Employ Magnetic North Compass
Reset Gyro
Reset Gyro
Reset Heading Indicator
Select Teamspeak Interface
Use Teamspeak 2
Use Teamspeak 3
Set the destination airport
Destination airport { PHONETIC }
Make the destination airport { PHONETIC }
Set (the) destination airport to { PHONETIC }
(e.g., Set the destination airport to Kilo, Sierra, Echo, Alpha)
Set the local destination airport (3-character ICAO)
Destination local airport { PHONETIC }
Make the local destination airport { PHONETIC }
Set (the) local destination airport to { PHONETIC }
(e.g., Set the local destination airport to Four, Whiskey, Six)
Set the destination water landing to one other than the original planned airport, in the event of a diversion
Destination water landing { PHONETIC }
Make the destination water landing { PHONETIC }
Set (the) destination water landing to { PHONETIC }
(e.g., Set the destination water landing to Three, Zulu, Niner)
Ask the F O to call out the distance to the destination airport and the airport's altitude
Get (the) distance to (the) destination
Ask the F O to call out the distance and time to the next waypoint
Get (the) distance to (the) next waypoint
Ask the F O for the flying time to the destination airport and the ETA
Get (the) flying time to (the) destination
Ask the F O for the miles flown thus far
Get miles flown
Use Funny Prompts
Funny Prompts {ONOFF}
Ask for Help
Help me please
I do not understand
I don't understand
I need help
Please help me
IMPORTANT NOTE:: Do not use phrases containing "Help" with Vista or Windows 7... Microsoft uses Help... it's a RESERVED word. Instead, use "I do not understand"
Acknowledge Warning Condition
(The) warning has been acknowledged
NOTE:: Causes the repeated warning "Captain, our airspeed is below aircraft specifications" to be halted.
Advanced Mode
Activate Advanced Mode
Deactivate Advanced Mode
NOTE:: With the Advanced Mode activate, the Help system is minimalised. With it Deactivated, the system provides neither Normal Help, or Extended Help. (see below)
Use the Blind and Visually Impaired Pilots Mode
Blind Pilot Mode {ONOFF}
Command Confirmations
Command Confirmations {ONOFF}
NOTE:: Command Confirmations set to ON is the default setting. In this setting, when you issue a voice command, the First Officer (in effect) echoes the command to confirm the action. Setting Command Confirmations to OFF, causes the First Officer to perform the requested function, but does NOT confirm the action.
Use Extended Help
Extended Help {ONOFF}
Activate/Deactivate the IYP System
Activate the system
Enable the system
Deactivate the system
Disable the system
Activate/Deactivate Quick Start
Activate quick start mode
Deactivate quick start mode
Restart cold
Restart cold and dark
Start up cold and dark
Reset cold and dark
Online/Offline Mode
Switch to ONLINE mode
Switch to OFFLINE mode
Pause on Start of Descent
Pause on start of descent
Do not pause on start of descent
NOTE: Places the aircraft in pause mode 25-miles before start of descent to destination.
Sound Effects
Suppress sound effects
Permit sound effects
Push-To-Talk
Activate push to talk
Deactivate push to talk
NOTE:: The PTT setting is retained on subsequent launches of the application.
Speech Bar
Display speech Bar
Hide speech bar
Auto ATC Window Operations
Auto ATC window on
Auto ATC window off
NOTE:: This feature does not operate in the BVI mode.
Stop the First Officer
Hang on a moment
Not right now
Please be quiet
Wait a minute
Start the First Officer
I'm all yours
I'm all yours again
Please continue
Repeat please
Say again
You were saying?
Taxi Speed
Maintain (the) taxi speed
NOTE:: The FO will maintain a taxi speed between 15-20 knots (depending upon winds) and is cancelled when the brakes are held.
Tour Instruction Repeat
(Please) Repeat (the) instruction
(Please) Repeat (the) last instruction
Tour Instruction Cancel
(Please) Cancel (the) instruction
(Please) Cancel (the) last instruction
(Please) Stop (the) instruction
(Please) Stop (the) last instruction
Push Back
Pushback clearance obtained
Ready for push back
Start pushback please
Push the tail left
Push the tail right
Stop push back
NOTE:: This jetliner command is typically executed after the Before Startup checklist, and before the Startup checklist.
I Y P Website
I Y P Website
NOTE:: Launches Browser and opens IYP site.
Maximum Gross Weight
(What's our) maximum gross weight?
Gross Weight
(What's our) (total) gross weight?
Zero Fuel Weight
(What's our) zero fuel weight?
Fuel Weight
(What's our) (total) fuel weight?
Total Fuel Volume
(What's our) (total) fuel quantity?
Pilot Number
What is my pilot number?
Version Number
What version do I have?
Switch Flight Plan Mode
Switch to IFR flight plan
Switch to VFR flight plan
Switch to no flight plan
Directions to Airport
Get directions to the airport
Get airport directions
Delete all AI traffic in the immediate area
Delete all AI traffic
Zap all AI traffic
Need a Martini?
(Please) bring me a martini
(Please) get me a martini
Say Goodbye!
Goodbye Michelle and thank you
Goodbye Mike and thank you

OVERHEAD PANEL
Air Conditioning Positions
Number 1 Air Conditioning on Very Cool
Number 1 Air Conditioning on Cool
Number 1 Air Conditioning on Auto
Number 1 Air Conditioning on Warm
Number 1 Air Conditioning on Very Warm
Number 2 Air Conditioning on Very Cool
Number 2 Air Conditioning on Cool
Number 2 Air Conditioning on Auto
Number 2 Air Conditioning on Warm
Number 2 Air Conditioning on Very Warm
Aft Fuel Pumps
Number 1 Aft Fuel Pump {ONOFF}
Number 2 Aft Fuel Pump {ONOFF}
Altitude Intervention
Altitude Intervention {ONOFF}
APU Bleed
APU Bleed {ONOFF}
APU Generator
Number 1 APU Generator {ONOFF}
Number 2 APU Generator {ONOFF}
Cycle Fuel Crossfeed
Cycle Fuel Crossfeed
EFIS Control Panel
Display Weather {ONOFF}
Display Stations {ONOFF}
Display Waypoints {ONOFF}
Display Airports {ONOFF}
Display Data {ONOFF}
Display Positions {ONOFF}
Display Terrain {ONOFF}
Electric Hydraulic Pumps
Number 1 Electric Hydraulic Pump {ONOFF}
Number 2 Electric Hydraulic Pump {ONOFF}
Engine Bleeds
Left Engine Bleed {ONOFF}
Right Engine Bleed {ONOFF}
Emergency Exit Lights
Emergency Exit Lights {ONOFF}
Engines Anti-Ice
Number 1 Anti-Ice {ONOFF}
Number 2 Anti-Ice {ONOFF}
Equipment Cooling
Equipment Cooling Supply Normal
Equipment Cooling Supply Alternate
Equipment Cooling Exhaust Normal
Equipment Cooling Exhaust Alternate
Fwd Fuel Pumps
Number 1 Forward Fuel Pump {ONOFF}
Number 2 Forward Fuel Pump {ONOFF}
Galley Power / Cab Util
Galley Power / Cab Util {ONOFF}
Ground Power
Ground Power {ONOFF}
Hydraulic Pumps
Number 1 Hydraulic Pump {ONOFF}
Number 2 Hydraulic Pump {ONOFF}
Ignition
Number 1 Ground Ignition
Number 1 Ignition Off
Number 1 Continuous Ignition
Number 1 Flight Ignition
Number 2 Ground Ignition
Number 2 Ignition Off
Number 2 Continuous Ignition
Number 2 Flight Ignition
Ignition Switch
Ignition Switch to Left
Ignition Switch to Right
Ignition Switch to Both
In-Flight Entertainment
In-Flight Entertainment {ONOFF}
Isolation Valve
Isolation Valve Open
Isolation Valve Closed
Isolation Valve on Auto
Left Pack
Left Pack Off
Left Pack on Auto
Left Pack On High
No Smoking
No Smoking Off
No Smoking On
No Smoking Auto
Probe Heat Switches
Probe Heat Switches {ONOFF}
Recirculation Fan
Recirculation Fan Off
Recirculation Fan On
Recirculation Fan on Auto
Right Pack
Right Pack Off
Right Pack on Auto
Right Pack On High
Seat Belts
Seat Belts Off
Seat Belts On
Seat Belts Auto
Speed Intervention
Speed Intervention {ONOFF}
Window Heat Switches
Window Heat Switches {ONOFF}
Window Heat Test
Window Heat Test
Wing Anti-Ice
Wing Anti-Ice {ONOFF}
Wiper Positions
Left Wiper on Park
Left Wiper on Intermittent
Left Wiper on Low
Left Wiper on High
Right Wiper on Park
Right Wiper on Intermittent
Right Wiper on Low
Right Wiper on High
Yaw Dampers
Left Yaw Damper {ONOFF}
Right Yaw Damper {ONOFF}

GPS
GPS Singular Button Commands
GPS activate
GPS clear
GPS cursor
GPS direct to
GPS enter
GPS flight plan
GPS group decrease
GPS group increase
GPS menu
GPS message
GPS message down
GPS message up
GPS nearest
GPS OBS
GPS page decrease
GPS page increase
GPS procedure
GPS set up
GPS terrain
GPS V nav

GPS Procedure Commands
GPS aircraft orientation - Display current heading up.
GPS magnetic orientation - Display magnetic North up.
Michelle (Mike) lets fly direct to airport [3-4 CHARACTER ICAO]
Michelle (Mike) lets fly direct to Intersection [2-5 CHARACTERS]
Michelle (Mike) lets fly direct to NDB [2-3 CHARACTERS]
Michelle (Mike) lets fly direct to VOR [2-3 CHARACTERS]
GPS zoom [MILES]
    [MILES] 500,350,200,150,100,50,35,20,15,10,5,2,1
NOTE: These New GPS functions effective IYP Version 5.1.0.015

IMPORTANT NOTE: These New GPS functions do NOT work on XP platforms.


RADIOS

SimpleATC Operations
Please refer to the documentation located HERE.

Basic ATC Menu Selections
Toggle ATC
Air Traffic Control
Select one
Select two
Select three
Select four
Select five
Select six
Select seven
Select eight
Select nine
Select niner
Select zero
Menu item one
Menu item two
Menu item three
Menu item four
Menu item five
Menu item six
Menu item seven
Menu item eight
Menu item nine
Menu item niner
Menu item zero
Acknowledge (emits 1)
Acknowledge approach clearance (emits 1)
Acknowledge assigned approach (emits 1)
Acknowledge landing clearance (emits 1)
Acknowledge handoff (emits 1)
Acknowledge IFR clearance (emits 1)
Acknowledge instruction (emits 1)
Acknowledge pattern entry instruction (emits 1)
Cleared for takeoff (emits 1)
Cleared to land (emits 1)
{FLIGHTNUMBER} (heavy) cleared for take off (sends 1)
{FLIGHTNUMBER} (heavy) cleared to land (runway ??) (sends 1)
{FLIGHTNUMBER} (heavy) is with you (sends 1)
{FLIGHTNUMBER} (heavy) request flight following (sends 1)
ATC Acknowledgment
Activate ATC Responses
Deactivate ATC Responses

NOTE:: When this feature is ACTIVATED, and you say, "Climb and maintain ????", or "Descent and maintain ????", or "Turn left heading ???", or "Turn right heading ???", IYP will send an "ACK" to the Radar Contact 4 system, or a "NUMERIC ONE" to the MS-ATC window to acknowledge the ATC instruction.

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE:: Care must be taken using this facility with the MS-ATC. If the ATC window has been left open in some other standby mode, the execution of a NUMERIC ONE ("1") to the ATC window might be understood by ATC as a request for a new runway, select a new IFR destination, or whatever. Therefore, make certain that you close the ATC window (if it has been left open by the FS) by simply saying, 'Toggle ATC'."
ADF Frequency
Set ADF to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Set the ADF to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Tune ADF to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Tune the ADF to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
NOTE:: The system will not recognise ZERO as the first digit.
IMPORTANT NOTE:: The system currently supports 100.0 to 999.5. Frequencies above 999.5 are not supported and must be entered manually by the Captain.
ADF Identity
(Set) (the) ADF Ident { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) ADF Ident { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) ADF Identity { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) ADF Identity { ONOFF }
Avionics
(Set) (the) avionics { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) avionics { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) radio master switch { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) radio master switch { ONOFF }
Com1 Frequency
Set Com1 to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Tune Com1 to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Go to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Going to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Examples:
Go to 128.0
Going to 128.5
Set Com1 to 128.25
Tune Com1 to 128.375
NOTE:: The system will only recognize valid Com frequencies.
The "point" can also be stated as "decimal", and is remembered by the system.
Com1 Standby
Set Com1 Standby to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Tune Com1 Standby to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Examples:
Set Com1 Standby to 128.0
Tune Com1 Standby to 128.125
Com1 Swap
Exchange Com1
Com2 Frequency
Set Com2 to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Tune Com2 to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Examples:
Set Com2 to 123.0
Tune Com2 to 128.125
Com2 Standby
Set Com2 Standby to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Tune Com2 Standby to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT } { (DIGIT) } { (DIGIT) }
Examples:
Set Com2 Standby to 135.0
Tune Com2 Standby to 131.875
Com2 Swap
Exchange Com2
DME Identity
(Set) (the) DME Ident { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) DME Ident { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) DME Identity { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) DME Identity { ONOFF }
Listen to Both Coms
Listen to both coms
Listen to Com1
Listen to Com1
Listen to Com2
Listen to Com2
Marker Identity
(Set) (the) Marker Ident { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) Marker Ident { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) Marker Identity { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) Marker Identity { ONOFF }
Nav1 Approach Frequencies
Get the approach frequency for (runway) { RUNWAY }
Load the approach frequency for (runway) { RUNWAY }
Get the I L S approach frequency for (runway) { RUNWAY }
Load the I L S approach frequency for (runway) { RUNWAY }
Set NAV one to the approach frequency of (runway) { RUNWAY }
Set NAV one to the I L S approach frequency of (runway) { RUNWAY }
Set NAV one with the approach frequency of (runway) { RUNWAY }
Set NAV one with the I L S approach frequency of (runway) { RUNWAY }
Nav1 Frequency
Set Nav1 to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Tune Nav1 to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Examples:
Set Nav1 to 113.0
Tune Nav1 to 116.5
Nav1 Identity
(Set) (the) Nav1 Ident { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) Nav1 Ident { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) Nav1 Identity { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) Nav1 Identity { ONOFF }
Nav1 Standby
Set Nav1 Standby to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Tune Nav1 Standby to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Examples:
Set Nav1 Standby to 109.0
Tune Nav1 Standby to 111.5
Nav1 Swap
Exchange Nav1
Nav2 Frequency
Set Nav2 to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Tune Nav2 to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Examples:
Set Nav2 to 113.0
Tune Nav2 to 116.5
Nav2 Identity
(Set) (the) Nav2 Ident { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) Nav2 Ident { ONOFF }
(Set) (the) Nav2 Identity { ONOFF }
(Turn) (the) Nav2 Identity { ONOFF }
Nav2 Standby
Set Nav2 Standby to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Tune Nav2 Standby to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } point { DIGIT }
Examples:
Set Nav2 Standby to 109.0
Tune Nav2 Standby to 111.5
Nav2 Swap
Exchange Nav2
Transponder
Set (the) transponder to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Tune transponder to { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
(Set) Squawk (to) { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT } { DIGIT }
Examples:
Set Transponder to 1234
Tune Transponder to 0123
Squawk 5678
Squawk Code
What are we squawking?
What's the transponder setting?

PMDG SPECIFIC
Typically, the PMDG 737-600/700 aircraft comes up with the following default settings:

Airspeed = 100
Course=0
Heading=0
Altitude=10000

Because of the "OPEN-LOOP" PMDG design restrictions, if during the flight, you manually change a setting on the panel, (e.g., you change the Airspeed from 250 to 280) then it is necessary that you execute an AIRSPEED CALIBRATION so that the IYP application can remain SYNCHRONIZED. Using the above scenario, since you changed the Airspeed "manually", instead of simply saying, "Airspeed 280" and letting Michelle/Mike do it, the IYP application believes the Airspeed remains set at 250. Therefore, you need to say, "Airspeed calibration 280", to tell the IYP application that you "manually" changed the setting. The same scenario exists with the other settings set forth below.
Airspeed
Airspeed Calibration {DIGIT} {DIGIT} {DIGIT}
Altitude
Altitude Calibration {DIGIT} {DIGIT} {DIGIT} {DIGIT} {DIGIT}
Flight Level Calibration {DIGIT} {DIGIT} {DIGIT}
Course
Course Calibration {DIGIT} {DIGIT} {DIGIT}
Heading
Heading Calibration {DIGIT} {DIGIT} {DIGIT}
Standby Rudder
Left standby rudder {ONOFF}
Right standby rudder {ONOFF}
Spoilers
Left spoilers {ONOFF}
Right spoilers {ONOFF}

LEVEL-D SPECIFIC
Captain's View
Captain's View
First Officer's View
First Officer's View
Captain's Overhead
Display Captain's Overhead
Lose Captain's Overhead
First Officer's Overhead
Display First Officer's Overhead
Lose First Officer's Overhead
Overhead Panel
Display Overhead Panel
Lose Overhead Panel
Throttle Quadrant
Display Throttle Quadrant
Lose Throttle Quadrant
FMC
Display FMC
Lose FMC
Auto-Pilot
Display Auto-Pilot
Lose Auto-Pilot
Standby Instruments
Display Standby Instruments
Lose Standby Instruments

RADAR CONTACT SPECIFIC

Radar Contact Settings
Use Regular R C commands
Use Alternate R C commands

NOTE: These commands are used to set the key depressions used to control the Radar Contact Menu system. (Refer to the section entitled Alternate Radar Contact Settings in the Flight Deck Doc for details)

NOTE:: The Radar Contact Checkbox needs to be Checked on the IYP Control Panel in order for the following voice commands to become operational.

Select Numeric
Select zero
Select one
Select two
Select three
Select four
Select five
Select six
Select seven
Select eight
Select nine
NOTE:: Go to the Radar Contact Keyboard Definitions area and change menu items (0 through 9) to CTRL+SHIFT+(0 through 9) respectively.
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+0(zero, not oh)
Main menu
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+1
Acknowledge and contact
Affirm
Clearance delivery, ready to copy
Choose landing mode
Contact approach
Contact clearance delivery
Contact control
Contact delivery
Contact departure
Contact (the) destination tower
Contact ground
Contact next control
Ready for departure
Contact tower
Delivery ready to copy
Direct to waypoint
Next control
Monitor tower
Request taxi
Request vectored approach
Tune to the tower
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+2
Abort take off
Contact ground for push and start
Declare rejected takeoff
Declare aborted takeoff
Flight critique
Get A T I S
Get local ATIS information
Get weather briefing
Going missed
Missed aproach
Reject take off
Request departure runway
Request push and start
Request runway
Request runway for departure
Request leave frequency for weather
Request visual approach
Request weather
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+3
Contact ground for clearance
End radar contact
Get clearance
Ground ready to copy
Notam on course
Request P D descent
Request return to airport
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+4
Clearance by F F S
Declare emergency
Request higher
Request I A P approach
Wind check
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+5
Clearance en route
Clearance in air
Field in sight
Request landing runway
Request lower
Request runway for landing
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+6
Unable to comply
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+7
Acknowledge
Acknowledge hand off
Acknowledge I F R clearance
Cleared for take off
Cleared to land
Cleared to {WAYPOINT} as filed
Copy {FLIGHTNUMBER} (e.g. "Copy 1123")
Copy {AIRLINEATC} {FLIGHTNUMBER} (e.g. "Copy Speedbird 1123")
Expect vectors runway {RUNWAY}
Line up and wait
Position and hold
Read back clearance
Ready to copy
Taxi into position and hold
Over to next control
Taxi to the ramp
Taxi to and hold short of
Traffic in sight
NOTE: To get {AIRLINEATC} and {FLIGHTNUMBER} ask, "What is our callsign?"

NOTE: The {AIRLINEATC} and {FLIGHTNUMBER} information is derived from the simulator's aircraft data... NOT from Radar Contact. In Project Magenta installations, the information is pulled from the External Cockpit panel settings.

Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+8
Previous menu
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+9
Next menu
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+O  (the letter O - not zero)
Over to next controller
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+P
Display flight plan
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+R
Repeat instruction please
Repeat last instruction
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+;
Save radar contact
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+L
Set nav frequencies
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+K
Hand back communications
Take over communications
Emits Keys CTRL+SHIFT+M
Hand back plane
Take over plane

SIMULATION
Pause/Run
Pause (the) simulator
Run (the) simulator
Sound
Simulator sound
Full Screen
Full screen
Pop Up Windows
Bring up the { WINDOW NAME }
Get rid of the { WINDOW NAME }
Kill the { WINDOW NAME }
NOTE:: Since the IYP application currently only operates in English, there is no point in using non-English window names, you would have to say, "Bring up the Funkgruppe", instead of "Bring up the Radio Stack". These names are "comments" and will not adversely affect the simulator's operations. Please read the instructions in the FAQ under QUESTION #7 for configuration.
Window Names
What are the window names?
View (FS2004 Only)
Look straight ahead
Look level { DIGIT }
Look front
Look to the front
Look front right
Look right front
Look right
Look to the right
Look rear right
Look right rear
Look rear
Look to the rear
Look rear left
Look left rear
Look left
Look to the left
Look front left
Look left front
Look up { DIGIT }
Look down { DIGIT }
Look top down
Cockpit view
Virtual Cockpit view
Tower view
Spot view
Outside view
Complete view
Zoom Normal
Zoom Inwards
Zoom Outwards
Display Main Panel
Display Zoomed Panel
Display Approach Panel
Display Landing Panel
Display Overhead Panel
Display Zoomed Panel
View (FSX Only)
Look straight ahead
Virtual Cockpit view
Cockpit view
Spot view
Look top down
Coordinates/FPS (FS2004)
Display nothing
Display coordinates
Cycle coordinates
Display frames per second
Display coordinates and frames per second
Coordinates/FPS (FSX)
Cycle coordinates
Nag Delay
Make the nag delay ten seconds
Make the nag delay fifteen seconds
Make the nag delay twenty seconds
Make the nag delay thirty seconds
Make the nag delay forty seconds
Make the nag delay sixty seconds

VALUES
ONOFF
on
off
YESNO
confirmed
affirmative
as required
yes please
yes we are
yes we have
yes they are
negative
not this time
not right now
no thanks
no thank you
FLAPS
one
two
five
six
eight
ten
eleven
twelve
fourteen
fifteen
eighteen
twenty
twenty-one
twenty-two
twenty-three
twenty-four
twenty-five
twenty-seven
thirty
thirty-two
thirty-four
thirty-five
thirty-seven
forty
forty-five
seventy

DIGIT
oh
zero
one
two
three
four
five
six
seven
eight
nine
niner
RICHLEAN
rich
lean
SPOILER DEGREES
25 degrees
50 degrees
75 degrees
to (the) maximum
ALTITUDE
one hundred
two hundred
three hundred
four hundred
five hundred
six hundred
seven hundred
eight hundred
nine hundred
niner hundred
one thousand
one thousand one hundred
one thousand two hundred
one thousand three hundred
one thousand four hundred
one thousand five hundred
one thousand six hundred
one thousand seven hundred
one thousand eight hundred
one thousand nine hundred
one thousand niner hundred
two thousand
two thousand one hundred
two thousand two hundred
two thousand three hundred
two thousand four hundred
two thousand five hundred
two thousand six hundred
two thousand seven hundred
two thousand eight hundred
two thousand nine hundred
two thousand niner hundred
three thousand
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three thousand two hundred
three thousand three hundred
three thousand four hundred
three thousand five hundred
three thousand six hundred
three thousand seven hundred
three thousand eight hundred
three thousand nine hundred
three thousand niner hundred
four thousand
four thousand one hundred
four thousand two hundred
four thousand three hundred
four thousand four hundred
four thousand five hundred
four thousand six hundred
four thousand seven hundred
four thousand eight hundred
four thousand nine hundred
four thousand niner hundred
five thousand
five thousand one hundred
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five thousand three hundred
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five thousand five hundred
five thousand six hundred
five thousand seven hundred
five thousand eight hundred
five thousand nine hundred
five thousand niner hundred
six thousand
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