As a pilot you’re most at risk of stalling when you’re coming in to land. This is when you’re flying slowest, unfortunately you’re also very close to the ground so have little time to recover. This lesson was practising stall recovery while in landing configurations and simulating turning from downwind to base and base to finals. My friend Jon came along for the flight too, so there are some photos and video that he took included in the video.
Continue reading Exercise 10.2b – Stall Recovery in Landing Configuration
On the previous lesson we practised slow flight. This was to become familiar with how the aircraft feels while flying on the edge of it’s limits. This lesson we took the aircraft slower than it’s flight envelope to the point where it stalled so that I could experience what this felt like and recognise it before the stall. The next step was to learn how to recover from a stall.
Continue reading Exercise 10.2a – Stalling and Stall Recovery
Sharing my flights while getting my privates pilot license from London Transport Flying Club from Fairoaks (EGTF)