|Nigel R||02/05/2019 13:18:30|
3730 forum posts
As for flaps, I have about half the time, a rather short and steep approach called for. Depends on wind direction, but, fairly tall hedges to come in over on one runway; at 90 deg the other direction can be as flat and long as required. Clean models (like these classic pattern types) that don't slow down quickly can be "interesting" in the direction with the hedges in the way...
|malcolm woodcock 1||03/05/2019 07:29:07|
|401 forum posts|
Had hoped to go flying today, first this year, but it's raining. Must not swear.
|David Foley||03/05/2019 13:46:14|
|63 forum posts|
Have you tried "spoilerons," very good at bleeding of speed on pattern models.
Takes a little setting up, but worth the effort.
|Stephen Jones||16/06/2019 14:05:18|
2805 forum posts
Well what to do on a nice Summers Day.
I found it to be very windy on Saturday 20mph gusting to 35mph.
So i flew my converted Bolt glider .
|Cliff 1959||16/06/2019 14:10:14|
475 forum posts
I had the patch to myself yesterday but the flying was better than great
|paul coleman 1||16/06/2019 16:33:28|
|103 forum posts|
spring is here,more like autumn lol
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