This is the best method I’ve found for instructing how to perform Lazy Eights. It’s is how I prefer to teach it and it explains precisely what’s going on with the airplane during the execution of the maneuver.
Thanks again the The Finer Points, we have another dead-on instruction of a commercial maneuver. Chandelles are required on a Commercial CHECKRIDE, so they must be mastered by the student.
Not to be confused with an emergency descent, although it can be used to make one.
The one ground reference maneuver for the Commercial Pilot certificate.
Required of the Single Engine Commercial Pilot CHECKRIDE.
Commercial Pilot steep turns require a greater degree of bank, tighter tolerances for airspeed and altitude holds, and they also must be done in both directions with the first finished turn immediately banking into and completing the second.
The Commercial Pilot CHECKRIDE includes slow flight and traditional stalls just like those done on a Private pilot CHECKRIDE. However, it also includes demonstrating an accelerated stall..
The following downloadable files will assist you in your Commercial Pilot training.
The links below are to Handbooks, Airman Certification Standards, Advisory Circulars, etc that are related to the rating/certificate being sought (see your ACS reference sections). They are provided by the FAA at no cost to the public. Often these resources are purchased from third parties.
This handbook is the FAA's "GO-TO" reference source for basic pilot skills and knowledge for piloting airplanes. This handbook will remain a valuable reference to pilots regardless of the level of certification they obtain.
This Handbook is the FAA's continued coverage of the various knowledge areas required of pilots as they progress in their training. It is an essential bookshelf title for aviator's serious about mastering understanding of advanced aviation concepts.
The FAA states the purpose of this handbook is two-fold: To provide the Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic (A&P) wit the method determining the empty weight and empty weight center of gravity (EWCG) of an aircraft and to furnish the flight crew with information on loading and operating the aircraft to ensure its weight is within the allowable limit and the center of gravity (CG) is within allowable range.
Consistent with the FAA's Safety first culture, this handbook is designed to help pilot's recognize and manage risk. Building risk management skills is paramount for safe flight.
730 Main Street, Unit 76
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Copyright © 2021 Attitude Aviators - All Rights Reserved.
Powered by GoDaddy Website Builder