Hello community members! So, I’ve been trying out flying some widebody airliners (787-10 for example), and I noticed that upon landing, it’s very hard (as in plane barely moves) to correct the aircraft using the rudder until reaching a certain slower speed. Can somebody confirm this is normal? I regularly fly the DH8D, so I’m not very used to big fat planes.
From my personal experience, I would use more rudder if that makes sence? I use too slide the rudder left or right a little bit as it was real sensitive, but now I just slide that thing hard to correct my self.
I’m sliding it to the right/left as much as I can, but the aircraft doesn’t respond until like 100 knots or something. So I’m worried that upon touchdown my aircraft will veer off the runway before I could actually use the rudder to correct it.
You should not be only using the rudder as the only way to glide your self down. Use minor corrections, tilt your device left or right a little, but don’t over tilt your self. Minor corrections + rudder my friend.