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I fly simulators a lot and had the opportunity to fly a friend's PA32R a few years back. Someday I hope to own a recreational aircraft of some sort, a two or maybe four seater. Landing really is an art, especially when there's a crosswind or wind shear. The thing to remember: always trust your instruments! :)
 

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I fly simulators a lot and had the opportunity to fly a friend's PA32R a few years back. Someday I hope to own a recreational aircraft of some sort, a two or maybe four seater. Landing really is an art, especially when there's a crosswind or wind shear. The thing to remember: always trust your instruments! :)
Go that right B , The last two is my fav " Fly the Wing " :cool:
 

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Taking off is easy, landing is hard!

I've done sims for years; finding the airport can be just as hard as landing, lol.
 

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Taking off is easy, landing is hard!

I've done sims for years; finding the airport can be just as hard as landing, lol.
Dead reckoning? What's that? :D

I usually plan my routes and enter it VOR to VOR in the GPS, then set the AP to NAV1 for the flight. Once I get in for the approach, I'm on the ILS as soon as I can pick out the code.
 

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Yeah, flying an airplane can be a tough gig when it comes to landing with crazy winds. The only flying I've done is with Microsoft Flight Sim. Makes me want to start doing that again. lol
 

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