Wake Turbulence

We’ve been victimized by both types of wake turbulence you described in your article (“Wake Turbulence,” February 2020). Some years ago we were on a left downwind for Runway 16L at Van Nuys, Calif., at 1000 feet agl. Without warning, our heads were slammed into the cockpit ceiling. Then, nothing. I looked up and around […]
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