eFlight Training Newsletter | Nov 12, 2010
Volume 10, Issue 46 — November 12, 2010 In This Issue: Flight training summit targets high dropout rate Students arrested in flight school investigation Fuel facts FT News | INSIDE AOPA | TRAINING PRODUCTS | FINAL EXAM SPONSOR TRAINING TIPs Types of turns How much bank will you use for the turn you are about to make? For routine course changes, or turns in the traffic pattern, a medium bank angle will suffice. When practicing minimum controllable airspeed flight, a shallow bank is all you can “afford.” When flying a ground reference maneuver, steepen your bank angle as groundspeed increases.
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