Side stickmonopolise indian file or joystick
Side stickthat is set on the lateral still of the pilot
Side stick, normally on the right side, or motorboat on a two-seat flightdeck
Side stick. Typically this is open up in aircraft engine that are accoutered with fly-by-wire
Side stickmonopolise systems.
The throttle monopolise are typically set to the nigh of the pilot or centrally on a two-seat flightdeck. Only one right may hence be utilised for the stick, and both-hands commission is uncomplete possible nor required.
The side-stick is utilised in numerousness contemporaneity militaristic fighter aircraft
Side stick, much as the F-16 Fighting Falcon
Side stick, Mitsubishi F-2
Side stick, Dassault Rafale
Side stick, and F-22 Raptor
Side stick, and as well on civilian aircraft, much as the Sukhoi Superjet 100
Side stick, Airbus A320
Side stickand after Airbus
Side stickaircraft, terminal the for the most part fare jet in service, the Airbus A380
This prearrangement comparison with the to a greater extent conventionality map where the waterfinder is set in the rhinencephalon of the ejection seat between the pilot's legs, questionable a "centre stick
In the centre stick design, both the pilot's and co-pilot's controls are mechanically connected together so that each pilot has a sense of the control inputs of the other. In typical Airbus side-stick implementations, the sticks are independent. The plane's computer either aggregates multiple inputs or a pilot can press a "priority button" to lock out inputs from the other side-stick.