Stall Warning Systems

They're fairly simple, but do have failure modes and should never be relied upon to keep you out of trouble.

If you had the typical student-pilot training, you likely spent a good bit of time with the airplane hanging on its prop, stall-warner blaring or shining at you, as an instructor coached you through slow flight, the various kinds of stalls and their recovery. Hopefully, you came away from that portion of your training with […]
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