Three Points – Flying a tailwheel aircraft


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A tailwheel aeroplane is more difficult to operate on the ground because the centre of gravity is behind the mainwheels; therefore, it tends to deviate from a straight path during taxi, take-off and landing. Since tailwheel aeroplanes demand more piloting skills, flying one well is the sign of a good pilot. Contains theoretical and practical knowledge needed to master tailwheel flying and includes experience of many seasoned tailwheel pilots.


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