First of all you have to loose the altitude by taking a circle or two around in the air. On the final turn make a good straight approach to runaway and don't use too much 'ailerons' then. Just use the controls 'rudder', 'elevator' and 'throttle'. Also watch for the cars or the traffic where you are going to land. Keep constant low 'throttle'. You have to maintain good 'idles speed'. You might want to adjust and remember the trim settings. After touch down, don't pull on elevator. Just cut the 'throttle'. Use rudder to control the plane. And watch out for cars again for landing.You can control by the sticks. The left stick is the 'throttle' and you have to cut off completely. The middle stick is 'trimmer' on which the plane was running after landing. The third key is 'elevator' and while the plane was landing you have to press it a little down. If you find the plane coming down fast then move this key up a little and then give two or three little moves down. In the meantime also keep the plane nose straight by controlling with the first key. While coming down maintain the plane by using rudder and the elevator simultaneously. After you have aligned with the road give very tiny movements to the rudder. When the plane touches down you have to cut off the throttle completely. Don't push up the throttle after landing because the plane may get up again. Always remember to use very tiny movement especially on 'ailerons' because this is an aerobatic plane and more throws can stall it completely.
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