Flight 6 - Partial-Panel - Slow Flight and Stalls

Objective
  • Gain proficiency in performing slow flight and stalls using partial-panel instrument reference.
  • Increase proficiency in full- and partial-panel attitude instrument flying.
Scenario
Preparation
Learning Objectives
Preflight Discussion
Desired Outcome Task/Knowledge
Explain Partial-Panel Stall/Spin Awareness
Perform Preflight Risk Assessment
Introduce
Desired Outcome Task/Knowledge
Explain Partial-Panel: Maneuvering during Slow Flight
Explain Partial-Panel: Power-Off Stalls
Explain Partial-Panel: Power-On Stalls
Review
Desired Outcome Task/Knowledge
Practice Full- and Partial-Panel: Straight and Level Flight
Practice Full- and Partial-Panel: Constant Rate Climbs and Descents
Practice Full- and Partial-Panel: Constant Airspeed Climbs and Descents
Practice Full- and Partial-Panel: Timed Turns to Magnetic Compass Headings
Practice Full- and Partial-Panel: Magnetic Compass Turns
Practice Full- and Partial-Panel: Recovery from Unusual Flight Attitudes
Postflight Briefing
Desired Outcome Task/Knowledge
Perform Critique maneuvers/procedures and SRM
Completion Standards
The lesson is complete when the pilot-in-training can:
  • Using partial-panel and full-panel instrument reference, recognize the typical indications of stalls and recover without abrupt control usage.
  • Perform correct recovery techniques from unusual flight attitudes, using full- and partial-panel instrument references.
  • During partial-panel instrument references, maintain positive aircraft control with altitude +- 200 feet, heading +-15 degrees, airspeed +- 15 knots, and desired climb and descent rates of +- 150 feet per minute.