Introduction: How to Land a Plane
Don't Panic and follow this guide and you will be touching ground in no time.
I will show you the buttons to push and the levers to pull on two different aircrafts while the ground support lead you down.
Step 1: Call for Help.
This part is scary, both the pilots are knocked out and no one knows how to land this plane, but you as smart as you were read this instructable which makes you the last hope of the fifty some people aboard.
Make your way to the cockpit and calm down. Take the chair on the left because you are the captain now. Put on your headset which may still be on the knocked out pilot and switch on the radio. Tune it to 121.5 which is the emergency channel and push the talk button on the yoke to contact air control traffic. They will then call an instructor to guide you down so you live.
Step 2: Set the Autopilot.
Get the navigation aids from air traffic control and input them on this keyboard.
Step 3: Program Your Approach.
The instructor talking to you over the headset will give you a frequency, which you enter into the "Instrument Landing System". The device will then pick up radio signals from the assigned runaway and provide both lateral and vertical guidance, which means calculate the exact speed and angle of your decent which tends to be 3 degrees.
Step 4: Prepare for Landing.
Keep an eye on your speed. When it falls to 130 knots, flip the switch to lower the flaps, then pull the lever to release the landing gear.
Step 5: Brake Carefully.
If you are breaking when you land, the tires will blow instantly. Once you touch down, push the tops of the pedals, whereas the bottoms are for steering. Feel accomplished, you have just saved the lives of many from plummeting into the ocean or whatever you were over.