SearchSearch 

flying low

Pro Member First Officer
mako (makonnenl) First Officer

hi,
I fly low to be able to see the city, cars, river and so on BUT I crash before I know it. What should I do ❓
Hey to don't Laugh at me Embarassed I am just a novice.. Embarassed

8 Responses

Pro Member First Officer
PH First Officer

Fly a little higher? At 1500ft AGL you should still be able to see everything on a clear day.

Pro Member First Officer
George Leach (CDR) First Officer

Like driving a car you do not run off the road,
Well in flying there are FAA regulations as to what altitudes you must maintain above cities and rural airers.
Now if you are doing crop dusting or maybe flying a helicopter it may be different.
I also fly a ultralight when I want to go sight seeing.

Pro Member Chief Captain
RadarMan Chief Captain

Fly this aircraft, I like to do the same thing, low and slow.

http://library.avsim.net/search.php?SearchTerm=Aeronca+&CatID=fs2004ac&Go=Search

Radar

Pro Member First Officer
leadfoot First Officer

In the country, the FAA requirements are 500' above the tallest structure within one mile-- I think latteraly, and 1000' above structures in the city.

Pro Member First Officer
mako (makonnenl) First Officer

Thank you RadarMan I am 😀 now

Pro Member Chief Captain
RadarMan Chief Captain

👍 I like the great sound file they gave that aircraft, a lawnmower.
It's so easy to handle, Mike Stone has one, it may be the base of all the others.

http://www.pmstone.com/home.php

Radar

Pro Member First Officer
mako (makonnenl) First Officer

I like the plane but the question I have is:
I don't see any gauges. Is this because I installed it improperly or the plane don't have one ❓

Pro Member Chief Captain
RadarMan Chief Captain

I just checked the Aeronca K and you have to take the gauges out of their folder and put them into the main gauge folder.

Radar

All times are GMT Page 1 of 1

Related Questions