Executing one perfect loop can be difficult: it must be round, start and exit at the same altitude, without any drift in heading and the maneuver must be centered on the pilot. Once you have that, now try doing two of them one right after the other! Check out the video and see what it looks like. and then read John Glezellis’s “Aerobatics Made Easy” column in the May issue of Electric Flight for step-by-step instructions on this fun move.
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