Flap Settings

Fully deployed wing-flaps may complicate your next landing and may not be the best choice. Plan ahead.

We’ve all been trained to deploy full flaps when executing normal landings and flying airplanes that have them. The reason is fairly simple: the full-flap setting provides the most lift at low speeds, which is desirable when landing. “Normal” is doing a lot of work here, since what might be a normal landing to you […]
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