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davidmac1 First Officer

how do you get airborne with gliders?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Slew, press "Y" and then F4 to get aloft.

There is a download of a Cessna to tow you at Flightsim.com. It's the first free one that I've seen.

Radar

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davidmac1 First Officer

Thank you very much, i will give it a try

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amermel First Officer

or...
you can put the wind up to the maximum
then pretty much just pull back on the stick after that.

Guest Ed Guest

amermel wrote:

or...
you can put the wind up to the maximum
then pretty much just pull back on the stick after that.

That must make for some interesting landings! 😂

Ed

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azabro Trainee

could you give the exact url, that we can download the glider tower from?[/u]

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RadarMan Chief Captain

azabro wrote:

could you give the exact url, that we can download the glider tower from?[/u]

Posting a link to flightsim is useless unless your logged-in.
Here is the file zip. description and date so you can find it easily.

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FS-ACOF - Misc.
FS2004 Option To Simulate Glider Towing

[ Download | View ]
Name: sailtow4.zip Size: 1,082,461 Date: 05-07-2006
FS2004 Option To Simulate Sailplane/Glider towing by using the default Cessna 172. Take off with your favorite glider from the ground of any airport, gain altitude and then get released from the pulling Cessna. This add-on is not only usable for the default Schweizer sailplane, but also includes sample panels for Blanik L-13, schleicher ASK21, and Grob G-102 Astir. The bitmaps allows easily replacements and reconfigurations for any desired glider panel. By Erwin Welker.

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Radar

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davidmac1 First Officer

thanks you radar man i couldn't find it either

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azabro Trainee

Now that i have downloaded it, i am having trouble installing it, any simple instructions???

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