in my own limited experience of flying, I always notice smaller aircraft swaying a bit from one side to the other while taxiing, and a bit more during take off or landing runs.
Obviously not thát much, but you always end up correcting a bit left, right, left etc etc.
Looking at commercial aircraft however, they seem to move rock-steady.
My question therefore is:
Does a pilot need a lot of "footwork" during high speed "driving"?
Is he constantly correcting by pushing the pedals in quite a lot, or are bigger aircraft very steady once lined up properly?
Certain aircraft have a special steering wheel, but that is for tight maneuvering only, correct?
The brakes are always applied by stepping on the top part of the pedal, is that on any airliner?
Any inside would be appreciated!
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