Understanding Stalls & Spins
“What causes the airplane to spin?” Many high-time professional pilots and flight instructor applicants typically answer, “One wing is stalled more than another.” While that’s a great answer, how do we stall one wing more than another? The response usually includes a blank stare. Mark King and Brian Schiff will answered this question during NAFI's 50th episode of MentorLive which aired on November 17th at 5:00 pm Pacific. It addressed the myths, wives’ tales, and untruths regarding stalls and spins.
Below are the links (and more) to which we referred during the presentation:
Resources and Links
Master Instructor Rich Stowell has specialized in spin, emergency maneuver, aerobatic, and tailwheel training since 1987: in the classroom, in the cockpit, in front of seminar audiences, in writing, and in front of the camera.
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