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Mastering Adverse Yaw.

As the name implies, adverse yaw is an adverse or unfavorable flight condition that, among other things, delay student pilots from achieving their solo abilities. Until his or her skills improve, struggling and committing to many hours of practice before soloing has been the burden of the student pilot. Learning to deal with adverse yaw which forces the nose of the plane to “skid” out of a turn, goes a long way in helping them master their airplane.

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Updated: October 3, 2018 — 9:46 AM

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