Basic cessna lesson (Stalls Steep Turns and Slow Flight)

June 13, 2011

flying basic cessna lesson with out the takeoff or landing.

Cessna 152 solo stalls, steep turns, PFL – Jandakot airport

January 30, 2011

Second training area solo for some stalls, steep turns and practice forced landing. Jandakot airport 08/11/09. My PFL wasnt the best, missed trim and shutdown checks for starters, plus my base leg was way too wide. also my “FCMIT” check was a “FMCIT” check, but i dont think thats a big deal 🙂

Steep Turns and Stalls in a Cessna 172S

October 11, 2010

Part of the training in this flight was going over some steep turn and stalling revision. A steep turn in a C172S is classified as anything over 30 degrees of bank, and under 60 degrees of bank. At 60 degrees AoB, the plane will be under 2G’s. Because we were stalling the plane with wind on our right quadrant, we managed to get some pretty spectacular wing-drops, the second being the most interesting, where the port wing drops like a rock, but during correction the right wing drops in turn…Odd occurance! I was backseating the flight from Moorabbin airport (YMMB) to Leongatha (YLEG) airport in Victoria, Australia. We flew via the Wonthaggi (WON) VOR station, practicing VOR intercepts as part of late-PPL early-CPL training. The student pilot (PPL), sitting in the left hand seat, was under instruction. If you want to go to his youtube account and troll him on how crap a pilot he is, his account is: Flight Details: Plane: VH-EWsomething (Can’t exactly remember…) Date: Monday – March 8th, 2010 Weather: Bit windy, but relatively negligable cloud for a VFR flight. Plane Details: Cessna 172S NAV III Engine: Lycoming IO360 180BHP (2700RPM) Avionics: Garmin G1000 Cruise: 110 Kts (204kph, 127mph) MTOW: 2550lbs (1159kg) Fuel: 201 Lt – [54 USG] Burn: 36 Lt/hr [9.5 USG/hr] (Mixture Rich) Range: 5h35m / 670Nm / 1240km / 770 miles Service Celing: 14000 Ft Fixed Pitch propellor (Diameter: 76in, 190cm) Cost (Standard G1000 Equipped): US$254500 (Approx: AU

Flight training – stalls, climbs, descends, turns

June 4, 2010

Stall management at high altitude Airplane: Falcon2000 by Aeropilot Pilot: Alexandru Moucha Instructor: Jaroslav Novak | #9 Aircraft Stalls

August 12, 2009 | Episode 9 looks at what causes a stall in an aircraft, how to recognise one, and how (and how not) to deal with one when it happens.

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Spin Recovery – King Schools

April 2, 2009

How to recover from a spin! Amazing!! Click here to purchase this “Taming Stalls & Spins – DVD” course For the complete King Schools selection, please visit

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