Hahahahahahahahaha!!! Carlos just needs to keep on flying as much as possible. Sims are great for the basics, but nothing prepares you like the real deal.
He's getting there, I just think he's "dumb thumbing" once the model gets the better of him. Especially with the windy weather we have this time of year.
I got to fly a SIG Four Star 60 with a Super Tigre 60 on it this past Sunday. It was a blast!
Addison wants to get me flying warbirds in the worst way hahahahaha!
I've flown dozens of electrics from trainers to jets, and though my skill level is "decent", I DID notice that flying glow planes definitely takes things up a notch. Although according to Addison, he says i'm a natural. My first time ever flying a glow plane, and in fairly strong gusty winds ta boot! I feel I did well.
Once I got use to how it flew, it was a piece of cake, and I was flying inverted and doing inverted split-s's by the 3rd flight. Landings were better and better after each flight.
I think i'll be proficient with glow planes by the end of the next flying season.
Now if only the wife will let me escape to the flying field on thanksgiving morning..........