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Old 21st May 2010, 11:22   #19 (permalink)
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On the GLF we teach to keep pitch attitude, and just add FULL MAX WAR POWER, and the aircraft will power itself out of the stall.

My personal view is to easy the nose down to assist the MAX power to encourage air flow over the surfaces.

We do have the advantage of engines mounted above the wing, so the "push" is more down than up.

I have experienced a high altitude stall, due to getting very close, if not too close to the top of a CB, pitch down of 10 degress, was the only way to recover, as the power was already maxed out.

As to "my passengers would not like negative Alpa": Better then DEAD.
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