If you're looking to fly a plane legally and safely, you'll need to sign up for thorough training and your get your pilot's license. But if you're curious about what a pilot does to safely fly a plane, or you're embarking on flying lessons yourself, this overview of the process can provide some insights. It's not a simple task, and a full airplane manual comprises hundreds of pages. The below basics will help get you familiar with what a pilot does, and, as a pilot trainee, what you will encounter during your first few training flights. If you would like a more detailed article or for an emergency situation, visit Prepare to Fly an Airplane in an Emergency or Fly a Cessna.
Guide and steer your plane through all of the waypoints to ensure you head to the correct destination, go through all of the waypoints and land at your destination airport within the time limit to earn yourself more pilot stripes. When arriving at your destination zone, slow the plane down and prepare for landing, be careful not to crash! Guide your plane towards the runway and park within the marked zone to complete the level. While parking your plane, be very careful to avoid the buses, helicopters etc parked along the run way.