If you're a normal person, you would fly this plane on a day that has 7 mph winds or less, as recommended by Hobby Zone. If there is no wind, the Firebird Stratos is one of the easiest planes to fly and land! Landing the plane requires only a few steps. Basically, decrease speed, get close to the ground, and pull up on the elevator. I know it may sound easy, but some people are truly beginners and need more explanation, and this is exactly what I will attempt to do.
When you are ready to land the Firebird, begin descending and decreasing the throttle. Try to hover a few feet above the ground with minimal throttle. While this is going on, the Firebird may start to nose dip, you may need to pull up on the elevator from time to time to level it, until you are on the ground. Sometimes it will dip too much and you will need to give it more throttle and elevator. Eventually you will be close enough to the ground and you can stop giving it throttle and applying elevator when needed. The landing should be graceful and not a sudden drop. Typically, you can hover a few feet above the ground without throttle and just pulling up on the elevator until it lands. This may only work if you are really close to the ground. This same method can be applied when you are ready to fly the plane on harder surfaces with landing gear installed. You may need to watch the video to see exactly what's going on. I hope you found this helpful!
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