#ambient #cessna #aviation #shorts

From the FAA:

The FAA recommends that all in-flight simulated engine failures below 3,000 feet AGL, be introduced with a smooth reduction of the throttle. Thus, the engine is kept running and is available for instant use, if necessary. Smooth throttle reduction avoids abusing the engine and possibly causing damage.

Two quick 45 degree turns. If/when you do this the first time with your instructor… DON’T PANIC…the plane WANTS to fly! (And if you DO have to land in a field, don’t porpoise like I did here.)

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