Is “Cross-Controlled” Dangerous?

May 4, 2019 David St. George

We discussed the turning stall in the last SAFEblog and revealed the (often surprising) fact that in coordinated flight, with lift equal on both wings, a stall simply falls away from the lift vector and is very benign. There is only a burble and a drop of the nose, but no rolling or sudden departure … Continue reading "Is “Cross-Controlled” Dangerous?"

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