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Let me help you guys,....most of us faltered only during the landing and it takes time to master it,.....
Step 1:Fly at around 200-300m height before landing.
Step 2:The speed at which you land doesn't matter,i.e.you can land at 90-95 and still wont crash.
Step 3:The most important step,the position of your plane is important,i.e.,your back wheels must touch first and the transition should be smooth,i.e.,stabilize your plane just before touching the ground and your plane wont blast.
Step 4:As soon as your wheels touch base,quickly press the down button and reduce the speed to zero,closing the engine wont help with it,keep your engines on in case you land very late,i.e.,after the half way mark of the airport strip and might need to fly again.
1.You will have to fly a bit higher and land late when there are trees and rocky terrain just before the air strip.
2.You can fly low when you are landing on the airport just after the sea.
3.Fly short distances early on so your engines don't die.
4.Improve your plane mechanics and extinguisher's which are the last 2 attributes first.
5.Sometimes while using Z at a low height,your plane might just crash because of engine failure or fire,etc., and you wont have time to react.
This is it for now and i think this should get you started,....
Tejas aka cooltj
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it helps thx
thx gud guide
Happy to help,post your questions in this thread and ill try and help!!!
LIAR turning engine off helps its makes throtle go back easier
I found it easier to land and fly by keeping the flaps in the takeoff position. Also, on flights less than 300 miles, just keep the landing gear out.
i have 5 flight with engine fail and plane always crashes.
@Loewe90 it has helped me to takeoff again in case i have landed pretty late,so i prefer keeping the engines on......there is more than one way to land,and i have tried them all,the toughest one being in takeoff position and wheels jammed......what works for me might not work for you,so if my theory does not work for you that doesn't make me a liar!!!
@JillValentine you will have to fly above 1500-2000m height so you can restart your engines and get your speed back upto 90-91 within time.
JillValentine, If you push your engine to hard it will always die on first level. As cool_tiger said, you need to keep your speed somewhere in 90-94. If you are losing height at this speed, bring the nose of your plan down a little.
I found a good method for landing smoothly : take your height/10 for example 1600/10=160 and try to synchronize it with your distance from the airport.
The 2 numbers must go down at the same pace, your height being a little below to avoid landing too late.
If you're too early you can still make a slight correction right before the airport.
Hitting space as you land gives you more room to land too
Thanks for the guide. I will follow your tips and try to pass the first level. I am very interested in the game but I can't play it =)
thanks for the help, getting better at this finally
@Talo i tried your thing it works 100%!!!Although it makes no sense in practicality........but thanks!!!
@Kirio38 I get your point,its more like synchronized landing like in an actual simulator,but in this flash game you can nose dive 3000-4000 feet when you are just 100-200 meters away from the airstrip.
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