When I try to land any aircraft in infinite flight, I turn off the A/P at 100 or 200ft AGL, its nose goes rapidly and fastly to down position and I barely pull lots of yoke to get it to steady position. I try to make my mobile position well to stabilise yoke while landing.
I’ve used B738 and B777 so far. I land the aircraft at 135 to 145knots with full flaps. Kindly help me.
I understand what you mean. When I disconnect the A/P i put my device to around the same as it was when I calibrated before takeoff. I do this every flight and it really works. Sometimes after I disconnect, I have to make sure that I shut the A/P off because its so stable. I hope this helps you!!
Honestly I still have this and id say my landings and approaches are decent. But how i counteract this is I 1) anticipate the nose drop with a really gentle pull back, being super smooth with the device and pulling down the trim to have positive trim. Make sure the trim isnt adding +5% you need plus 1. This method sounds like a lot but once you keep practicing this it’ll be second nature. I dont even notice the nose drop anymore when my plane is untrimmed. 2) the first way i dealt with it was just taking the AP off higher maybe like 700-500 ft so the nose is not dropping at a super critical phase of flight. I usually take out the AP around the 1000ft call out or in the range I said before.