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AN 225 - Landing The Beast

Fri Jul 30, 2004 4:37 pm

hi folks,

I just got the AN 225 from avsim this morning and crashed 7 times on ILS landing... I got pissed and landed her manually - successful. the big difference was, that I went down to 200 feet above ground, kept altitude for the last 500-600 feet and then got her down - the glidepath seems to be too steep for her...

has anybody here landed her using the autopilot? is there any hint for that or shall I just keep trying (or keep landing her manually  Smile )?

second question: I didn't get any parking position assigned, how can I solve that issue?



[Edited 2004-07-30 09:38:21]
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RE: AN 225 - Landing The Beast

Tue Aug 03, 2004 3:46 pm

About the parking thing, just do what i do. F#@& It and just park somewhere. Smile
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RE: AN 225 - Landing The Beast

Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:32 pm

parking somewhere is not _that_ easy since you need 3 free positions in a row  Smile

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