Processing on aileron station will create local turbulence on the station and may cause severe damage.
This condition is achieved by passing through an atmosphere of water that is at an altitude of 60 meters. In general, this means that the airspeed must be lowered by at least 50 meters.
This is possible by creating friction with the underside of the aircraft on one of the wing강남안마s before passing through this atmosphere, or by creating a path of increased speed through an atmosphere of water in the direction of the aircraft. If a path of increased velocity was not created for a sufficient period of time, the path of increased speed will lead to a stall, or an abrupt, rapid decrease in speed.
Aileron control is done by manually rotating the horizontal stabiliser.
You can control both an Aileron (toggles it on) and aileron (off) in a pilot only flight.
The Aileron control is controlled by two main modes, one for each axis of the aerobatic flight plan:
1) Aileron and Control Mode ( A-C mode)
The Aileron mode is used if you want to control the aircraft on its straight line, but are unable to reach the level of the lift on aileron thrust.
2) Vertical (V), V-Speed ( V- Speed ) and A-C mode
This flight plan is only compatible with the vertical take-off, descent and landing (VTOL) mode.
When an Aileron flight plan is in this mode, you must manually rotate the flaps in the vertical descent to the level required by the Aileron mode and then press the switch to control it.
The A-C control mode is controlled by turning the rudder pedals in this mode.
When aileron flight plan is in this mode, the pilot must first rotate the flaps in the vertical descent to the level required by the Aileron mode, and then press the switch to the A-C mode.
To control either aileron or A-C ( V, V-Speed or A-C mode ) to either Aileron or A-C mode, you must manually rotate the flaps of both propeller blades.
To control either Aileron (invert thrust) or A-C