Category: Flight Maneuvers
It’s true, the whole idea of flying is to get places quicker, but at some point, you’ll need to slow down and land. That is where slow flight comes into play. The approach and landing phase is all conducted in slow flight, so it is crucial that you understand how the plane will operate in that regime.
A power-on stall occurs when the aircraft is under power and the critical angle of attack of the wing is exceeded. Also known as a departure stall, they are generally induced when you pitch the nose of the aircraft up too high during a climb. Learn how to recognize and recover from them in this article.