Control Thy Airspeed

Airspeed control is a key skill, but we often forget the need for coordination when we manage it.

If you studied aviation accident reports as much as we do, one of the many phrases you’d often see is “failure to control airspeed.” It crops up in runway overruns a lot, but primarily appears when discussing in-flight loss of control accidents, of which there are enough the probable cause has earned its own acronym: […]
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