Teaching Crosswind Landings (at Altitude!)

September 7, 2019 David St. George

Yeah, sounds dumb right? Training crosswinds at 3,ooo feet? But those 5-10 seconds of terror right over the runway are not an opportunity for nuanced description and durable learning. Teaching rudder patiently and accurately at altitude builds basic skills that transfer perfectly to the pattern. Deconstructing any complex maneuver to teach the component parts first … Continue reading "Teaching Crosswind Landings (at Altitude!)"

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