Learning to Fly Aerobatics
Posted on April 15, 2012 by jalsip
There is much more to flying and enjoying aerobatics than just performing the basics. In my Aerobatics Course – Flying the Figures, you will:
- learn about power management and energy conservation;
- learn about Aresti, the system by which we describe aerobatic figures, and assign them to families; for example, the split S, Immelman and Goldfish, are figures from the loop family of figures.
- fly aerobatic figures from a different family of figures during each of the first four lessons. You will learn to fly the most popular figures from each of the following families: Loops, Lines and Angles, Hammerheads and Combinations of Lines and Loops.
- learn to develop and fly aerobatic sequences in the final two lessons.
Caution!!! The fun you will have in this course could be unbearable as you loop and roll, push and pull through a sequence of figures that might include a humpty bump, hammerhead, loop, Immelman, spin, ½ Cuban, reverse shark tooth, and 2 point roll.