Spinning a Cessna 172 SP

Stuart wanted to see what spinning was like, so we went up in the ‪http://CotswoldFlyingSchool.com‬ Cessna 172 and took it for a few spins.

The 172 is quite difficult to put into a spin unless you leave some power on until the spin is established. However recovery is normal and rapid once the correct recovery action is taken. Simply put that is full opposite rudder till the spinning stops. Stick forward to unstall the wings, then ease out of the dive and apply full power.

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Автор Robert Pinksten ( назад)
Elevator forward should be included in every spin recovery, the key is
using full opposite rudder first, but after you do that, always bring the
elevator forward. P-Power Idle A-Ailerons neutral(Important!) R-Rudder Full
opposite E-Elevator Forward.

Автор a3xis ( назад)
I recommend you ask a certified instructor to get you through some spins. I
guarantee you that knowing the theory is not sufficient in a situation like
that. The first one you do is disorienting but rather that than having a
first accidental one! Power Off, Ailerons neutral, opposite rudder (until
spin stops). If the spin doesn't stop apply some forward pressure (To get
out of the stall effect) and when spinning stops, pull out!

Автор bigtaxrefund ( назад)
i remember my first spin..dammm i was so scared!! once i felt comfortable i
was doing so many by myself and so easy too!! spins are fun fun fun!

Автор Mark ( назад)
It's almost impossible to spin a Cherokee :)

Автор Barius Maximus ( назад)
I was practicing slow flight right before my ppl checkride and stalled one
wing and entered a spin. I had done one with an aerobatics instructor
previously...luckily she was with me this time and she recovered quickly.
She did comment right before it happened that I didn't need to fly that
slowly to satisfy the examiner to which "I said no problem...I got it."
Guess I didn't; advice heeded. Checkride went well...didn't fly quite as
close to the bottom of the envelope and examiner was satisfied.

Автор ikillnoobsinmysleep ( назад)
This looks horrifying never did it in my training. Recently got my PPL.

Автор Samuel Chung ( назад)
A good example of an airplane that needs it a bit proper is the Katana! I
did my first spin today, and it takes a while to recover!

Автор Jake Jones ( назад)
You never seem to get used to it. The hardest part (psychologically) is
inducing the spin. Once in it, recovery is a snap. I remember practicing
solo, and was always nervous before doing spins. In fact, most of the time
they ended up being wannabe spins rather than real spins. I think the issue
is that it is one of the most awkward attitudes the plane can be in as well
as the physical feeling coupled with the visual effect. Force yourself to
do spins. It could save your life some day!

Автор HittokiriBatosai ( назад)
It's standard step in flight training. I think it's good that it's done
early on, weeds out the people that don't quite have the stomach for
flying. Seeing how your comment is from 6 months ago, I hope it went well
for you!

Автор Kmahabir ( назад)
I wanted to quite flying after my very first spin! I was practicing stalls,
one of them was not well coordinated and the 152 went into a spin. My
flight instructor took us out of the spin. It was an experience I would
never, never forget! Of course I'll never forget my first solo!!

Автор Troy Davidson ( назад)
Wow I am a bit nervous for this part of training,

Автор Stephane G ( назад)
don't forget throtte to idle, ailerons neutral at beginning of recovery

Автор Chris Puddy ( назад)
Yes it can be a bit worrying if you are not used to it. The Cessna is
really easy to recover from a spin, but some aircraft need you to take the
proper, and sometimes slow recovery action. Those can be REALLY worrying on
the way down. Inverted spinning is good for a laugh too. I have done that
in a Stampe years ago. But recovery is still easy. Thanks for commenting.

Автор hotdog6978 ( назад)
i remember my first spin.... i was so nervous. anticipating it was the
worst part, but after the first spin i thought they were the funnest thing
ever. still gives me butterflies leading up to it though.

Автор Patrick Alexander (260 лет назад)
those are stall horns

Автор 2007dalin ( назад)
clearly i wouldnt make a pilot.. my stomach is churning already

Автор Chris Puddy ( назад)
The squeaking sounds are the stall warner letting you know you are flying
too slowly and you ought to do something about it.

Автор planesareawsome ( назад)
What are all those awkward squeaking sounds as it enters the stall?

Автор heuteepisode ( назад)
Just stalling scares me. My dad has done these a lot and seems to make them
out to not be a big deal and you guys all sound so calm too. Maybe I won't
feel so bad once I do them.

Автор HannahM666 ( назад)
It's getting used to the G. I hate the feeling of the lack of control of
the sensation (nothing you can do about that) I did high speed stalling (or
sometimes known as 'accelerated stalling') the other week and to go from
nose up attitude in the stall to negative G at the top and into the dive
full throttle and then positive G again at the pull out of the dive is
horrible but bearable. I have a feeling I'm going to have to do ALOT of
spinning before I feel comfortable but hey... great vid!

Автор preflightGOYR ( назад)
Always scared shitless to do these . I tend to apply control column
input...NEVER DO THAT! My instructor had me do 10 in a row until I got it.

Автор Ahmed Medhat ( назад)
I do them with my instructor they are really easy to get out of just cut
the power opposite rudder till wings are leveled nose up and power to full
throttle nothing more !

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