I love to fly the Alarus. Like many pilots (especially large pilots), I grew up in Cessna 172 aircraft. I have always felt that flying a 172 was much like driving an old car. The field of view in the Alarus is fantastic. There is a blue sky out there! Seriously, the Alarus is a pleasure.
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Feb 05, 2010 · A good way to think about your bird's various speeds is to recognize that with the gear down and the prop at low pitch at slow speeds in the pattern you are flying a kinda heavy Cessna 172...your throttle controls your RPM, airspeed, glide etc.
Others did despite reported crosswind components of five knots or less. Worse yet, some were blamed on the lack of an expected crosswind: a Wisconsin Cessna 172 pilot ran off the left side of the runway after he “established a crab angle to compensate for the wind” … which was straight down the runway at, yes, five knots.
Like a lot of pilots, early in my flying career I struggled with crosswind landings, to the point where I was almost phobic about flying in more than 5 knots of crosswind.
Nov 20, 2008 · should i fly a cessna 172 with winds at 14 knots gusting 24? ? ... i know the demonstrated max crosswind component is 15 knots and doesn't include gusts, but i am ...
> I was practicing touch and goes in a 17knot cross wind on Tuesday. (very > stressful) > What is the recommend max on wind speed when doing touch and goes in a > Cessna 150? > Carlton. The max crosswind component for any airplane pretty much depends on the PILOT. The crosswind given in the POH is the "demonstrated" crosswind