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Flight Controls

Asked by: 2092 views Aerodynamics, Commercial Pilot, General Aviation

greetings, i am currently studying for my conversion from FAA to my local license. One of the subject area is Flight Controls. my question are - 1. What is an open recovery? 2. What is the purpose of the elevators during an open recovery? i have seen these questions but I don't know where to start reviewing. Not sure if its the terminologies have a somewhat confused. Thanks

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  1. Brian on Nov 03, 2013

    If you can find out what the term Open Recovery stands for that would be a good start. I’ve never seen this terminology and a quick google search gave me nothing. Perhaps a CFI in your area can explain that term?

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  2. Spidee on Nov 04, 2013

    Thank you Brian. I will try that first and see what I get if anything.

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