Updated: Apr 21, 2022
CHAPTER TITLE: Approaches and Landings
Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the AFH Chapter 9. They are listed in the order they are found in the Airplane Flying Handbook.
Effect of flaps on the landing point.
Effect of flaps on the approach angle.
Base leg and final approach.
Effect of headwind on final approach.
Runway shape during stabilized approach.
Change in runway shape if approach becomes narrow or steep.
Focusing too close blurs vision.
To obtain necessary visual cues, the pilot should look toward the runway at a shallow angle.
Changing angle of attack during round out.
A well-executed round out results in attaining the proper landing attitude.
Crosswind approach and landing.
Crosswind component chart.
Landing over an obstacle.
Landing on a short-field.
Soft/rough field approach and landing.
Plan the base leg for wind conditions.
90° power-off approach.
180° power-off approach.
Remain over intended landing area.
Sample emergency checklist.
Right and wrong methods of correction for low final approach.
Change in glidepath and increase in descent rate for high final approach.
Rounding out too high.
Floating during roundout.
Ballooning during roundout.
Bouncing during touchdown.
Drifting during touchdown.
Start of a ground loop.