- Nov 29, 2001
- Total Time
For those of you guys/gals flying "the line"; are leased aircraft treated any differently than company owned aircraft? If so, how?
this is the same arguement I have offered to some student pilots who say. "Yeah I did a million spins hammerheads and rolls etc etc, and it was a 172 or a cherokee.."avbug said:Never mistreat anything you're butt is stapled to; treat it like your life depends on it, because it does.
Always return a man's equipment in better condition than you received it.
if your airspeed is building, you are in a spiral, not a spin. that is a BAD thing...FlyChicaga said:....Unless you hesitate on the pullout (let the a/s build up), .
sorta. it was more the point that the more spins you do the longer, (time/alt) it takes to recover. guess it is the momentum?A Squared said:Seattle,
I think the Eagle meant it was a harder feel on the controls compared the doing it in a C-150 Aerobat, not that it got harder the more spins they did in the same airplane.