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On the ground, the rudder and the nose wheel are interconnected. If you don't have a joy stick, stop and get one. The best way is to have rudder pedals. The next best way is to turn on auto rudder and use your (left/right) movement of your joy stick. You could also use the twist motion of your joy stick if you are so equipped but I never liked that. The last resort is to use the number pad(Num Lock-off), zero is left and enter is right. In my opinion, FS is useless without a joy stick.
Another trick is if you are in a multi-engine aircraft, use the tiller as well as differential thrust from the engine. Example, if you want to turn right, throttle up the left engine and it will assist in the smaller turn radius of the aircraft.
RE: turn aircraft on the ground? -
Posted on 30-10-2007 11:28