Straightforward Stall Training

The increase in loss-of-control accidents is partly related to the confusing way we teach stalls. Instructors now talk about stalling as a boundary layer effect, which offers no insight into recovery. We used to teach that a stall was excess angle of attack, which also describes the recovery...

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