Okay, lets try it. This is the LOC-Y 23 LTBA.
First some explanation and context. Ignore the G/S needle. It will swing on the display on this approach. Ignore it. Pretend it is broken. Pretend that last week a Greek DC-3 struck the antenna and bent it. We will not use it. I am omitting a lot of regulations and detailed procedures here. This is designed to work for you in flight simulator. It is anyways highly accurate. If you want, you can learn the detailed procedures better.
My flight plan starts at BKZ 117.3. It does not matter how you get to BKZ, or from where. You can take off from LTBA, climb, and turn. Or you can repeat your LTAC-LTBA, that flight was good enough for this attempt.
Just like you did, the radio setup is the same.
Tune VOR1 to LOC 111.9 (IATA=LOC 23), set Omnibearing 233. Check signal with audio.
Tune VOR2 to VOR 117.3 (BKZ), set Omnibearing 232. Check signal with audio.
DRMI No.2 Pointer set to VOR. I don't care about No.1 Pointer. It is not used here.
Turn on MARKER audio switch, we must hear them.
Set DEV. IND (means "Deviation Indicator," we call VOR switch on bottom of panel) switch to VOR 2.
ST 340 is deleted from your flight.
To begin the approach 2 different things must be true. Over BKZ you must be at 4,000ft. Over BKZ there must be less than 90 degrees of turn between current HDG and 233°. If they are both not true you are not allowed to continue the approach... you must delay (HOLDING IN LIEU).
Altimeter is easy to read, to determine amount of turn required find 233 HDG on DRMI or HI (make it easy, look for numbers *24*) if it is on top half of heading circle it is less than 90, if on the bottom more than 90. See example of your video @46:39. You are too low for new flightplan but less than 90° turn, see DRMI.
If you approach BKZ from the south-east (use DRMI or Heading Indicator... not so god Mag Compass or AP), you are not allowed to descend below 5,000ft until you ARRIVE BKZ, so you will always delay. All other directions of approach 4,000ft is safe.
To delay (called *HOLD* here), after reaching BKZ you must turn to heading 052°. Find where 052 is on DRMI and make turn in that direction. When the turn is finished, note the time on the clock. Remember where the second hand is. You will fly HDG 052 for 1 minute. You will know 1 minute has passed when the second hand returns to the same place. This next part involves complex rules I don't want to talk about.. lets try and keep it easy. Look at No.2 pointer on DRMI. It is pointing behind the aircraft. If points to the left turn left, otherwise turn right. Turn in that direction back to heading 232 and then immediately follow the "LOC" needle (it is VOR). You are returning to BKZ now. You have entered the hold.
At BKZ ask the 2 questions again: are there less than 90 degrees of turn to 233? (should always be yes) Am I at 4,000? If both are true you may continue approach. If you are not at 4,000ft yet you must TURN RIGHT to heading 052. You will then fly HDG 052 for 1 minute, then TURN RIGHT back to 232 and back to BKZ, and ask again.
Realize you may be doing all of this and descending at the same time. Regardless, you cannot go below 4,000ft until you start the approach, and you cannot go below 5,000ft if you approached BKZ the first time from the south-east.
When you cross BKZ at 4,000ft and heading about 232 you are allowed to begin approach.
Set VOR2 Omnibearing to 234, then switch indicator to VOR1(The Localizer).
Track the localizer like you know how to do.
Begin an immediate descent to 1,425 ft. We must talk of descent rate. Do not dive hard at the ground. But do not delay the descent. The goal is to safely descend as fast as possible from 4,000 ft to 1,425 ft. Think if you were in the back. Would the descent scare you? Not that much! But you cannot delay reaching 1,425 ft. Do not let speed increase in descent, remember Rod's lessons.
Set 2100 RPM, slow to 130 Knots. When you are below 150 knots extend first flaps "First Notch Down". This may take some time because of the descent, remember no less than 21" MP!
Remember to follow the Localizer, GS is broken.
Watch DME Counter. You are waiting for 3.9nm to show. Until distance is less than 3.9 you are not allowed to descend below 1,425ft. Just add a little extra above 1,400ft on altimeter and we'll call it flight simulation legal (not 1,500 ft!). Remember to fly level after descent you will need to add power.
Several things happen at the same time to get ready for final approach. When DME counter shows 4.9 we know we are close (4.9-3.9=1nm).
Check MP is above 24" or set it.
Increase RPM to 2400.
Extend landing gear.
Let airplane slow to 120 knots. It will with gear out.
Wait for 3.9 DME. Keep following that Localizer.
You might hear Marker Beacon, if so you will also see Blue light come on. We are here.
It is time for another check of progress. Are you at 1425ft? Are you on LOC? Is airspeed less than 130 knots? If the answer to any of these is NO you are not allowed to continue.
At 3.9DME and "Outer Marker"
Extend flaps "Approach Flaps"
Descend to 710 ft (700 plus a little). Just like you did the other descent. Safe, but no delay.
Do not let the airplane slow below 120 knots. Use power if you need to.
At 710 ft you look for the runway. Do you see it? If yes, fly to it but remain at 710 ft.
If DME Counter hits 0.6nm and you do not see runway you are not allowed to continue.
If you see amber light and hear Marker Beacon and you do not see runway you cannot continue.
Look for the PAPI on the side of the runway (red and white lights)
You are not allowed to fly below 710 ft until 2 things are both true:
1.) You are lined up with the runway (mostly)
2.) You see at least 2 white lights of the PAPI. If you see all red, you cannot descend! Wait.
It's entirely possible you will never stop at 710 ft. You might see white lights on PAPI (ideal 2 red 2 white) and just continue to landing. The perfect approach will have a continuous descent from 1425 ft to the runway, but it's okay if that isn't true.
When you decide that you will certainly make a safe landing on the runway, extend last flaps, and you are allowed to finally reduce speed below 120 knots.
At 50 feet above runway, less than 24" MP is allowed, smoothly idle, flare, land.
You are not allowed to continue. Approach has error.
If after BKZ you miss altitude or speed targets, or Connie is out of control you will "miss" the approach.
Make a normal climb.
Slowly retract flaps.
Retract Landing Gear.
Set selector to VOR 2, follow needle.
Climb to 4,000ft.
When you reach 4,000 ft, turn back to BKZ.
Let me know how it goes! You might need multiple tries, but it uses skills you already know...