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Old 08-03-2002, 08:30 PM
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Default Full Scale Planes (real ones, not rc)

Does anyone fly real planes here? if so, would someone tell me some good real plane forums to go to? I will always stick with RC, but I thought it would be cool to get my PPL so i can fly to all the RC competitions and stuff!

PS: I already know AVweb.com, iPilot.com, and totalpilot.com
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Default Try this one...

Mostly from England and professional pilots, but a LOT of good and up to date information about aviation in general.

Professional Pilot's Rumor Network

Good luck .
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does anyone know any more?
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Default "REAL AIRPLANES"

R/C aircraft ARE real airplanes!
Just a different scale.
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Default full scale planes

You have a long ways to go before you can get a PPL.
In the meantime, you might try Microsoft Flight Simulation XX to learn about full scale airplane operations and flying the simulations. You should have/get a flight stick that has trim controls and a throttle control.
It's a good simulation and you could learn a lot.
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Default FULL SCALE for Crashmaster

If you are set in your mind to go full scale.....The first thing I would do is change my name from crashmaster.
Three key words
dynamics, dynamics, dynamics..All begin with aero.
Math won't hurt.
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