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Approach and landing

Approach and landing

We are nearing the end of our basics tutorials. We have learned quite a bit so far and now it's time to tackle the approach and landing.
Turning

Turning

We already know how to take off and fly on a straight line while climbind and descending. To reach our destiny, we also need to be able to change direction.
Straight and level flight, climbs and descents

Straight and level flight, climbs and descents

After taking off, it's time to head out to our destination. It's also time to learn straight and level flight, how to climb and how to descend.
Takeoff and cruise

Takeoff and cruise

While being of the easiest things you perform on a fixed-wing aircraft, taking off with a helicopter is quite a challenge.
The hover

The hover

The hover is probably the most difficult maneuver to master and one that you will need to in order to be able to perform several operations in an helicopter.
How controls interact with each other

How controls interact with each other

When you move a control, it has a major influence on the whole helicopter. In this article we'll see how controls interact with each other.
Helicopter controls

Helicopter controls

Helicopter controls, although somewhat similar in shape, are quite different from their fixed-wing counterparts. If you’re like most simmers and come from a fixed-wing background, get ready: things are about to become fun (and perhaps a bit weird).
Anatomy of a helicopter

Anatomy of a helicopter

Helicopters are quite different from the fixed-wings counterparts and, although there are varied designs and shapes, most helicopters revolve around a classic design that can be seen in popular helicopters such as the Bell 206 or the AS-350.

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