Foreword By: William K.Kershner
Based on research data gathered from general aviation pilots and small single-engine aircraft. Offers practical advice to help readers understand spins and recover from them.
Revised and updated, the book details the factors that lead to spin accidents and how pilots typically react to the physiological changes associated with an aerodynamic spin.DeLacerda outlines training techniques to help pilots minimize human error when faced with a spinning airplane.
This book belongs in the library of every pilot regardless of skill or certificate level as their source of factual information on the normal upright spin of modern, light, general aviation, single engine airplanes, as well as the human factors that result in spin accidents or recoveries.
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