Washington, DC, December 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- According to the NTSB 1 in every 4 days a pilot and his/her family is killed because of loss of control.
One way in which to avoid a loss of control scenario is to implement Angle of Attack training and install an AoA system in your aircraft.
"Angle of Attack has been around a long time, and used primarily by military pilots," claims Laurence Balter.
An angle of attack indicator will ensure precision landings, reduced brake wear and tire tread wear. But more importantly it will provide the pilot a heads up view of what is happening with the wing at all times. A pilot can easily get distracted in the approach phase of flight, where the aircraft is slow and low. This is where the majority of accidents happen.
Installing a new Angle of Attack Indicator in an aircraft is the surest and safest way to go. AoA systems are relatively low cost. According to Balter, "the cost is reduced over time with low brake usage, and reduced tire wear."
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