Recovering From Unusual Attitudes

If you got into one, there may be a problem with the instruments, or with the pilot. Regardless, deal with pitch and power first, then level the wings.

Instrument flying can be dull and boring. You’re straight and level, probably on autopilot, and there’s literally nothing to see except the wings and the instrument panel. Other phases of instrument flight aren’t so boring, though, especially if we want or need to hand-fly the airplane through a complicated departure or arrival. When we get […]
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