Bundle: Stall and Post-Stall UPRT Concepts (For 3 Months)
Essential Stall Prevention and Recovery Refinements to Maximize Survivability
Pilots are properly taught to recover at the first indication of a stall, which occurs well prior to the stall itself. The problem is that the way the aircraft behaves at or beyond the critical angle of attack can be vastly different from what is portrayed at stall warning. Using transferable aerodynamic concepts that are applicable to all fixed-wing aircraft, this course goes well beyond the requirements of existing licensing training in understanding stall prevention and recovery from normal and aggravated stall conditions.