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Kahlan Bingyi

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PostSubject: User Manual   Sat Aug 14, 2010 7:19 pm

Welcome on board the legendary De Havilland D.H.82 Tiger Moth

It is simple to pilot this plane

list of flight commands:

start to start the engine
stop to stop the engine
Page UP key for more throttle and Page Down key for less throttle
Arrow keys left and right to go left and right
Shift + Arrow keys left and right to left or right barrel
Arrow key down to ascend
Arrow key up to descend
write br in the chat to break

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This type of aircraft is relatively slow but nevertheless very manoeuverable, loops, rolls, barrels etc are all possible.

The commands are to be written in the chat.

To take off: page up till the throttle is at 100%. When airborn throttle back to 70% using page down.

To land: line up the aircraft with the runway and throttle back to 0%
let it slide till you are on the runway and use break ( br in the chat) to finish your landing.

For a sight seeing flight , throttle at 70% will make the flight the smoothest.

If you are ejected due too a security system over a land, the aricraft wil be returned to your lost found folder.

This aircraft has been made to go from region to region as easily as possible, despite this the plane might freeze briefly at a region border.

EG-Aircraft wishes you a pleasant flight on board your Tiger Moth

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