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Old Sep 28, 2005, 03:51 PM
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Just remember to control your altitude on your approach more with throttle than with elevator. Just fly it all the way to the ground. If it looks like it is loosing alt too quick, ""ease on"" the throttle or if it wants to maintain alt ""ease off"" the throttle. Now you will still have to hold a little up elevator but do not move the elevator up and down to make the plane go up or down. Just hold a little up to keep the nose up slightly. You can get away with a lot more coming in just a little "hot" than you can coming in too slow. As long as you keep the wings level and hold a little up elevator and a little "finesse" on the throttle, landings should become easier and easier. Good Luck and Happy Landings!
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