The Spatial Disorientation Trap

The FAA states (and all pilots are instructed) that sight, supported by other senses, allows a pilot to maintain orientation while flying. However, when visibility is restricted (i.e., no visual reference to the horizon or surface is detected), the body’s supporting senses can conflict with what is...

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