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Need Help On FS 2004

Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:17 am

How do you takeoff with a glider on FS 2004? All I can do is fly up to high altitude with a jet or propeller aircraft and then pause and change to a glider. Is that the only way possible?
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RE: Need Help On FS 2004

Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:57 am

Yes that is the only way possible since Gliders dont have engines. That is how they do it in real life. They get a tug plane and than get drop off in the air and fly by them selves
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RE: Need Help On FS 2004

Wed Nov 17, 2004 2:28 am

MS recommend slewing actually. Load the glider at the airfield you want to fly at, hit the Y key and then use the joystick to move around, the trim buttons will take you up or down. When you are in the position you want, press Y again and you'll be back to normal flying.
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RE: Need Help On FS 2004

Wed Nov 17, 2004 6:29 am

That is the only way that i can think of. But to save the flight, save it at the point that you change to a glider. They you dont have to keep taking off again and again. I do this when I practise my manual landingd, save a lot of time.

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