I always see where people land with a good glide slope. How do you do it???
Here's the quick story:
Has to be a runway with a Instrument Landing System(ILS), the Glideslope is the vertical guidance part of the ILS. You get the frequency from the MAP page, dial it into NAV radio 1, position the aircraft properly and use the correct ILS procedures. Will get the aircraft within 200 feet of the ground and approx. 1/2 mile from the runway where you visually see the runway (turn off the autopilot if on) and land.
Read this ➡ http://www.navfltsm.addr.com/ils.htm