April 2019 GAJSC Topic of the Month – Angle of Attack Awareness

Topic: Prevent Loss of Control Accidents: Understand Angle of Attack

On Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 08:30 Eastern Daylight Time

Location:

Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport
500 Ammons Road
First Floor Conference Room
Spartanburg, SC 29306

Select Number: SO1391485

Description:

Loss of control is still a primary causal factor in aircraft accidents. This interactive seminar will:
-Review the aerodynamics of Angle of Attack;
-Present information on the benefits and use of Angle of Attack indicators installed in general aviation aircraft; and
-Reduce the likelihood of loss of control accidents by raising awareness of Angle of Attack.

This seminar will last approximately one hour.

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