Teaching Landings More Effectively!

June 8, 2019 David St. George

I recently spent a beautiful evening watching students in the pattern challenging their young instructors and abusing their aircraft. Almost every approach was clearly defective long before getting anywhere near the runway; inconsistent configuration, altitudes or ground track; and poor airspeed control with “lucky line-up.” Despite all these obvious problems they all continued to an … Continue reading "Teaching Landings More Effectively!"

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