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LESSON 4 – Slow flight and stall recoveries

Dual – ground: 0.5, flight: 1.0

Objective: Introduce student to slow flight and stall characteristics.

Discussion topics:

1)

fundamentals of slow flight and stalls

2)

spin awareness

Review:

1)

constant airspeed climb and descent

2)

turns to headings

3)

practice area familiarization

Introduce:

1)

flight at various airspeeds from cruise to slow flight

2)

maneuvering during slow flight emphasizing correct use of rudder to negate increased adverse yaw at slow airspeeds

3)

power-off stalls and recovery

4)

power-on stalls and recovery

Completion standards:

1)

Demonstration of understanding of stall and recovery concept

2)

Demonstrates understanding of slow-flight concept through flight at minimum controllable airspeed

3)

Altitude, heading, and airspeed at or near PTS standards

NEXT LESSON: #5, Emergency procedures

Suggested student homework assignments:

1) Read Chapter 6, Emergency procedures, Aeronautical Information Manual http://www.aopa.org/members/files/aim/chapter_6.html.

2) Review emergency procedures and checklists, Pilot’s Operating Handbook

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