|Start engines and Shift ] for twin engined aircraft||Shift [|
|100 % throttle||9|
|Release wheel brakes||B|
160 - 195 kph
|Raise Flaps||Shift F|
The aircraft in EAW are "tail draggers" so forward visibility is very limited. Turn the cockpit off with Shift-1 to see where you are going!
Alternatively, keep an eye on the aircraft in front and to the right and release your brakes after a suitable interval, say 5 seconds. Pull back on the stick the same time interval after he takes off and you should be airborne. Padlock the view to that aircraft and follow him to altitude.
These images were taken in 1998 using a Creative 3D Blaster Banshee.