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Old 5th Aug 2011, 11:32
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HazelNuts39
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: France - mostly
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JD-EE;
Once in a stall first course on the table is admit you are stalled. Second course is nose down with an urgency depending on rate of drop of altitude. Third course is airspeed. Fourth course is a gradual pull up once airspeed is high enough. (...)
Agreed, almost. If you have AoA or next best, valid stall warning on/off as a substitute of it, I would put leveling the wings third. If you let yourself be guided by AoA, you don't really need to watch airspeed for recovery and can leave it to course five.
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