It's a great feeling when it all comes together as planned!
The best way to practice landings is to do circuits and touch and goes, you'll learn the effects of power and drag, how to counteract crosswinds, and how to complete shortfield and perhaps flapless landings too.
Importantly, your technique will become consistent, as will the actual circuits that you fly.
An idea might be to takeoff from a local strip, fly to another closeby, complete some circuits there, and then fly back for a full-stop landing.
But great work, pat on the back!
Last edited by fabs; 06-16-2012 at 03:47 AM.
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