The next part in learning basic aerobatic flight is how to group maneuvers together. Learning this basic maneuver sequence increase any pilot’s flying skills and even makes wind flying much easier. Take this Advanced Flight Lesson in the Advanced training Section. Part II, even more advanced flying, is also found there.
From previous Sport Aviator articles, you learned to fly a roll, the stall turn and a loop. Now see how these maneuvers are put together to improve your flying skills and have fun doing it.
Impressive when done well, the roll is the gateway to whole families of aerobatic maneuvers. This step-by-step approach begins with quick rolls and ends with beautiful horizon-to-horizon slow rolls.
Rudder is important but seldom taught. Why is rudder control critical and how best to learn it? This article covers all the basics and shows some fun ways to learn using that “left stick.”
Really now, loops are not so crazy. In fact, they are the basis for many maneuvers the student will be doing for the rest of his/her flying life!