Tag: aerobatic manoeuvres

The Stall Turn

The stall turn is a spectacular manoeuvre to behold and it’s very useful for the aerobatic pilot. It enables the direction of the aircraft to

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Flying a competition sequence – diving into the aerobatics box

These aircraft are designed to be flown in the way I describe here. In fact, their great strength, controllability and power combine to enable this type of flight. It’s fair to say that it is the progress in aircraft technology that has ushered in this new, more precise and yes, more violent style of aerobatics.

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Master the tailslide

A good tailslide begins with as much speed as possible and the aircraft pitched as close to a perfect vertical as you can get it. Achieve this with a sight gauge or by looking at the angle between the wing tip and the horizon.

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