Landing and taking off from uneven or unprepared surfaces, and the pitfalls. 50 minutes Sloping ground landings and take offs are often necessary at unprepared landing sites. The Helicopter may be landed up slope, down slope or across the slope. Sometimes a combination of cross slope and up or down slope must be accepted. A slope of up to 10 degrees may be used depending on Centre of Gravity position, wind conditions and helicopter type. Precise hovering control is necessary for the maneuver. Slope landing limits are determined by the amount of in-slope cyclic available and that can vary with wind strength and direction. PAL and NTSC formats supported on all NEW DVD machines will play these DVD's. Your laptop will play the DVD's beautifully. All Region DVDs.
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