Then you do it like when you were a kid flying a kite - just with a little more pull.
How is this done?
As the tow vehicle accelerates, the pilot needs to smoothly increase thrust so that the engine is at full power at takeoff speed.
In this case, it is around 60 knots.
As he is accelerating while under tow, he needs to hold forward pressure, because he doesn’t
want to partially take off only to learn too late he needs more airspeed,
which could be disastrous.
Also, he needs enough speed to be able to smartly climb above the tow vehicle.
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