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HaxmasterP

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#21 - What got me over the hump was realizing that for any power set…  [+] (1 new reply) 21 hours ago on Bringing new members to the... 0
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#22 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
When my dad flew the piper warrior, he knew how to trim it out to the point if he was flying straight in to land, he wouldn't have to touch the yoke (but for obvious reasons, he kept his hand on it still). Trim is important. As one of my instructors has said before; "Lazy pilot."
#19 - Same! I tried to teach her, and she was able to get it straigh…  [+] (3 new replies) 21 hours ago on Bringing new members to the... 0
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#20 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
And some people may need help realizing that you use throttle for altitude and pitch for speed. The moment I realized that, my flying improved dramatically.
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#21 - HaxmasterP (21 hours ago) [-]
What got me over the hump was realizing that for any power setting, you can pitch and trim for straight and level. Made instrument flying under partial panel so much easier
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#22 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
When my dad flew the piper warrior, he knew how to trim it out to the point if he was flying straight in to land, he wouldn't have to touch the yoke (but for obvious reasons, he kept his hand on it still). Trim is important. As one of my instructors has said before; "Lazy pilot."
#17 - Exactly, which is why positive exchange of flight controls and…  [+] (5 new replies) 21 hours ago on Bringing new members to the... 0
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#18 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
Right?!

I wouldn't mind teaching my wife or one of my friends to fly the plane (straight and level, plus orientation of the instruments) minus the takeoffs and landings, so i can handle GPS and comms and all that during a VFR cross country flight.
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#19 - HaxmasterP (21 hours ago) [-]
Same! I tried to teach her, and she was able to get it straight and level but was terrified about only keeping one hand on the yoke
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#20 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
And some people may need help realizing that you use throttle for altitude and pitch for speed. The moment I realized that, my flying improved dramatically.
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#21 - HaxmasterP (21 hours ago) [-]
What got me over the hump was realizing that for any power setting, you can pitch and trim for straight and level. Made instrument flying under partial panel so much easier
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#22 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
When my dad flew the piper warrior, he knew how to trim it out to the point if he was flying straight in to land, he wouldn't have to touch the yoke (but for obvious reasons, he kept his hand on it still). Trim is important. As one of my instructors has said before; "Lazy pilot."
#14 - It's actually a difficult scenario to be in. My girlfriend isn…  [+] (7 new replies) 22 hours ago on Bringing new members to the... +1
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#15 - texthepony (22 hours ago) [-]
My wife has already accepted this, but she's also pretty chill. The biggest issue with two private pilots flying in the same plane is that the nonPIC will inherently try to take over some of the flying. Best solution is to brief on the ground and verbally establish this. Even though we all know the rules, a verbal establishment of command makes the flight safer, pilot to pilot, or pilot to passenger.
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#17 - HaxmasterP (21 hours ago) [-]
Exactly, which is why positive exchange of flight controls and agreeing on who will take over other tasks like programming GPS or comms. Flying with the girlfriend is amazing because everything i learned back in the private and instrument is mind blowing to her
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#18 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
Right?!

I wouldn't mind teaching my wife or one of my friends to fly the plane (straight and level, plus orientation of the instruments) minus the takeoffs and landings, so i can handle GPS and comms and all that during a VFR cross country flight.
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#19 - HaxmasterP (21 hours ago) [-]
Same! I tried to teach her, and she was able to get it straight and level but was terrified about only keeping one hand on the yoke
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#20 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
And some people may need help realizing that you use throttle for altitude and pitch for speed. The moment I realized that, my flying improved dramatically.
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#21 - HaxmasterP (21 hours ago) [-]
What got me over the hump was realizing that for any power setting, you can pitch and trim for straight and level. Made instrument flying under partial panel so much easier
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#22 - texthepony (21 hours ago) [-]
When my dad flew the piper warrior, he knew how to trim it out to the point if he was flying straight in to land, he wouldn't have to touch the yoke (but for obvious reasons, he kept his hand on it still). Trim is important. As one of my instructors has said before; "Lazy pilot."
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#34 - balanced (07/26/2016) [-]
Not if you make it up for internet points.
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#64 - jojomooin (03/11/2016) [-]
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