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cant land on fsx

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teeybabe Trainee

I just cant land on fsx. It is a problem. I can take off very well but to land is a problem. i'm always missing the runway. help me...

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jrocky Trainee

teeybabe wrote:

I just cant land on fsx. It is a problem. I can take off very well but to land is a problem. i'm always missing the runway. help me...

Have you tried Student Pilot Lesson 6 - Landing in the Learning Center

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Laxpilot Trainee

teeybabe wrote:

I just cant land on fsx. It is a problem. I can take off very well but to land is a problem. i'm always missing the runway. help me...

man, i had the exact same problem. now its easy. i started out with small planes and worked my way up.
when you file a flight plan, remember the 4 lettered airport call sign(i think thats what its called) for example Chicago O' Hare International Airport would be KORD. this will work for VFR or IFR. i forgot, youll find the four lettered callsign on the NAV Log when you hit FIND ROUTE. As I was saying when your 25 nm(nauticul miles) get up your GPS(shift +3) and hit in this order: PROC, arrow down to SELECT APPROACH, enter the airport callsign, ENTER,ENTER, PROC, arrow down to ACTIVATE APPROACH and then you select the other stuff that you want or what ATC tells you.
f you need further help or questions just send me a message. good luck dude!

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James Charles (spudkiss) Trainee

have you checked to see if you auto rudder is on or off if your using a none rudder axle on your controller

FockWulfe Guest

Are you overshooting it? That has been my problem. Try using autothrottle to maintain landing speed. It also helps to start your final approach just below the glide slope (i.e. the lights should be two red one white). Just aim for the runway's start and follow the VASI lights, being sure to keep them two red and two white. If you're missing to the side, use the same method to reduce your workload as you center your aircraft.

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