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Robnson R22 Helicopter

Normal Procedures
Takeoff and Climb 60 KIAS
Maximum Rate of Climb 53 KIAS
Maximum Range 83 KIAS
Under Turbulence 60-70 KIAS
Landing Approach 60 KIAS
Auto Rotation 60-70 KIAS

Flying With Assistance

The Aerofly FS 2 R22 helicopter comes standard with two modes. You can fly with no assistance by clicking in the 'Expert' checkbox located at the bottom of the selection screen, or if you are new to flying helicopters you can leave the box unchecked. By doing so you will receive enough assistance to provide you with more stable flight control.

Unchecked box - Suitable more for novice helicopter pilots. This mode will provide you a more stable flight

Checked box - Suitable more for advanced pilots that want a more realistic flight experience. The use of rudder pedals or a rudder control is highly recommended to use this mode.

Flying the R22

For the novice

Flying the R22 helicopter is fairly easy. If you are a novice, follow these basic steps to get off the ground and begin enjoying what it feels like to be a helicopter pilot.

Note: These instructions are based on the novice mode (expert box unchecked).

To get you up and flying, there are two basic controls that you need to learn; Collective and Cyclic.

Collective - Basically provides Altitude and lift.

Cyclic - Mostly provides attitude and pitch control

Using both of these controls together will get you up in the air and flying.

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aircraft/robinson_r22_helicopter.1547750847.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/01/17 19:47 by jf