|Quoting MD11Engineer (Reply 8):|
I think #4 or #2)
|Quoting Pilotpip (Reply 4):|
Had a 727 recently move the nose gear back and forth to dislodge a couple chocks that a newbie put right under the tires and got lodged really good after making the aircraft about 50,000 pounds heavier than when we started with it. That didn't seem to cause any problems.
|Quoting Bri2k1 (Reply 5):|
I have actually seen this. It's the normal behavior on MS Flight Simulator.
|Quoting Jetlagged (Reply 12):|
A certain FS9 747-400 addon deliberately inhibits nosewheel steering when stationary.
|Quoting Bri2k1 (Reply 14):|
I spent a lot of time trying to powerback a 777 in the simulator; I was never successful though.