I think most can agree that the Spitfire is one of the harder planes to land on Infinite Flight.
I have figured out how to get the plane on the ground gently and safely (no trim or flaps). The problem arises after touchdown. Soon after I am on the runway the plane pulls hard to one side, which in reaction causes me to use the rudder to correct it. Using the rudder brings the plane on one wheel tilting to the side, sometimes with the wing hitting the ground. Once I get the plane corrected I put the brakes on as it is the only form of stopping the aircraft. The plane continues to pull hard to one side, which nearly, and sometimes brings me off the runway. I use the rudder to correct this as much as I can. As I am struggling to keep the plane under control and keep it on two wheels and keep it on the runway, I get two violations for taxiing above 35kts! On the runway!! After this, I think that I might have control of the plane and will be able to come to a full stop on the runway. -Although, who knows, because the plane does not slow down very quickly with just brakes, which might not be able to stop before the runway ends because the brakes aren’t effective enough.- So as I think I have control, after a few seconds of gentle coasting on the runway, the plane’s tail flies into the air and the front of the plane nosedives into the runway, resulting in a crash.
So after reading my (what seems like) long story, do any of you have any suggestions for how to prevent this?
- How can I prevent the Spitfire from nosediving and crashing while coasting down the runway?
- How can I make the Spitfire slow down faster (if there is a way)?
- How can I keep the aircraft from pulling hard to one side? (I use rudder)
- How can I prevent getting Taxi violations?