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scab12 First Officer

Does anybody know where I can get a belly landing program.

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

scab12 wrote:

Does anybody know where I can get a belly landing program.

Never heard of that, what is it for or what do you want to do?

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CRJCapt wrote:

scab12 wrote:

Does anybody know where I can get a belly landing program.

Never heard of that, what is it for or what do you want to do?

I think he wants to crash his planes Shocked , personally i'm still searching for the perfect landing, after all it's a flight sim not a crash sim! Very Happy

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scab12 First Officer

a program where you can land without your gear down
just to simulate what it would be like

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

scab12 wrote:

a program where you can land without your gear down
just to simulate what it would be like

You can do that in Flight simulator 2004, just don't put the gear down. Smile Other programs like FS Passenger can fail the gear on you when you don't expect it. You can't declare an emergency in FS9 and you won't see any flames or visible damage to the aircraft. You would need a third party program like Radar Contact for that.

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Tailhook Chief Captain

scab12 wrote:

a program where you can land without your gear down
just to simulate what it would be like

Some Combat Flight Simulators actually have Belly-Landings as training missions. Obviously there's a reason for that and obviously in most combat sims they don't use 747s and the like. BUT...

I've purposely belly-landed small props in fs9 on grass beside the tarmac (because that's what you're supposed to do if you ever find yourself in a situation where the landing gear is stuck) and then on the tarmac to compare the outcome. Pretty interesting.
There's also a difference between a successful and a botched belly-landing. IMO if you want to belly-land a 747 and prevent it from breaking up in the process - go for it.

It's your sim, you can use it as you please and you don't need a special program just for belly-landings Very Happy

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