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Old 11th Nov 2018, 03:20
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hum posted this A pilot who understands the relationship between AoA, Speed and G will quickly recognise a faulty AoA indication. This is not something you can teach in a simulator and in my opinion must form the basis of all UPRT.
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Originally Posted by speed2height View Post
Best thing I have heard for a while. 100% agree
Where there is an AoA indication to see, that point being made is well made. This thread has been moving with good pace, so I may have missed the post that shows the Lion Air 737's being equipped with an AoA gage for the pilot to see, and thus recognise a faulty AoA indication. I'll check the tech log thread as well
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