FAA Stalling Film 1974

This film is a little dated and doesn’t show a wing dropping at the stall but the basic principles are still correct.

Spin recovery is no longer part of the PPL syllabus. The most important part of stall training is to grasp the recognition of an approaching stall and to understand the threat and error management surrounding it which can prevent unintentional stalling.

When it says, ‘reduce back pressure’, replace this incorrect statement with:

Move the CC forward to break the stall and when readjusting the pitch attitude to prevent height loss always respect the stall warner (dont cause a secondary stall)


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