Please correct me if I’m wrong…
I’m told that on a Cessna 172, the rudder pedals operate the rudder and the toe brakes operate the wheel brakes. The ground steering is accomplished by braking the wheels independently and to varying degrees and the nose wheel is simply a caster.
Is this also true for a Cessna 208? Also, does the yoke truly have no effect on the rudder or ground manouvering behaviors? In other words, it’s all foot pedals?
Same question for a Boeing 737 and Airbus A320… I know the nose wheel is steered with a tiller. Is there independent left/right wheel braking? Is the yoke (or stick) in any way coupled to the steering on the ground?
Thanks in advance. Hey, I’m learning here!