When we reach the cruise altitude - FL320, we can set the Mach speed to 0.79, sit back and relax.
The GPS system will take care of the navigation (if you want to do by yourself, you have to remain in HDG mode instead of GPS/VOR LOC and set courses manually according to the GPS display).
About 51 nm away from VOR ROE we will receive instruction to descend to FL240.
So, we set 24000 on the autopilot. When it's set, the Vert Speed window will indicate the negative value (ex. -1800). Of course we can adjust that value but have to keep in mind that too high descent rate causes the aircraft to accelerate. If our speed reaches the red field on the display, we are overspeeding, which means our we fly too fast for the construction of our aircraft.
About 21 nm away from VOR ROE we will be instructed to contact Malmo Center.
Further instructions tell us to descend to FL160 (note, that after crossing 18000 feet we need to set the current pressure in the altimeter by pressing B key) and give vectors (turn to 345 degrees) that will lead us toward runway 17 of Malmo airport.