Balked Landings, Part 2

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If you missed the first part of this article series, start here. Most of us are taught early on that once the aircraft is within one-half wingspan height above the runway, we lose some drag because the wingtip vortices no longer wrap completely over the wing, reducing induced drag. And that is true...

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