Landing is much more difficult than taking off, but the important thing to
is that there is no harm in circling the runway a few times if you fear you are
too high in altitude or are coming in too steeply or too quickly.
When you are asked to land in the simulation programs, Captain Chase will let
know. The aircraft will automatically lock onto the landing beacon for you, and
pilot will confirm this by saying "locked on to landing beacon." Your targeting
will function as normal at this point. Your goal is to line up the targeting
so that you get a solid locking tone. Your aircraft is now aimed directly at the
runway, which spans five miles in all directions from the beacon, which is in
middle of the runway.
Now that your aircraft is lined up with the runway, you will need to start
descending. If you are above the harddeck, you still have quite a way to go
you touch down; therefore, you can maintain a steep descent for some time. For
final landing, your angle of attack needs to be greater than 150 degrees, and
speed must be 400 miles per hour or less (about 340 knots.) WARNING: do not
your speed brake to achieve a drop in speed right above the runway. Although you
may successfully land, it could potentially damage your aircraft.
As you descend, you will need to monitor your altimeter to determine if you are
enough to take out your landing gear. The aircraft automatically locks the
gear when you are above 1000 feet. Therefore, once you pass below the 1000 feet
the lock will be released, and you can press the retract landing gear button to
out your gear.
: Remember that the targeting solution sounds only when an object is in front of
you. Therefore, if you find that the solution has broken but you were aimed
at the beacon, you may still be able to land.
: To land on the runway, you need to be within five miles of the landing beacon;
it does not matter if the beacon is behind you or in front of you.
----- Original Message -----
From: Angellko21 <lukas86.kak...@seznam.cz>
Date: Monday, April 4, 2011 10:50
Subject: [Audyssey] Please, help
To: Gamers Discussion list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Dear friends,
> How can I managed corectly landing in three-D velocity? Please,
> write me on my mail Address, I give you a little present, when
> you manage my successful landing. Thank you very much.
> Lukáš Kakara
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