Three Points, Flying a Tailwheel Aircraft

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A tailwheel aeroplane is more difficult to operate on the ground because the centre of gravity is behind the mainwheels; therefore, it tends to deviate from a straight path during taxi, take-off and landing. Since tailwheel aeroplanes demand more piloting skills, flying one well is the sign of a good pilot. Contains theoretical and practical knowledge needed to master tailwheel flying and includes experience of many seasoned tailwheel pilots.e text te vervangen. Onze mooie content blocks maken het ontwerpen van prachtige websites super…