Updated: Apr 12, 2022
CHAPTER TITLE: Airplane Basic Flight Maneuvers Using Analog Instrumentation
Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the IFH Chapter 7 Part 1. They are listed in the order they are found in the Instrument Flying Handbook.
Pitch attitude and airspeed in level flight, slow cruise speed.
Pitch attitude and airspeed in level flight, fast cruise speed.
Pitch attitude and airspeed in level flight, normal cruise speed.
Pitch correction for level flight, one-half bar width.
Pitch correction for level flight, one bar width.
Pitch correction for level flight, one-and-one-half bar width.
Using the altimeter for pitch interpretation, a high altitude means a nose-high pitch attitude.
Pitch correction following altitude increase—lower nose to correct altitude error.
Altitude error, less than 100 feet.
Pitch correction, less than 100 feet—one-half bar low to correct altitude error.
Altitude error, greater than 100 feet.
Pitch correction, greater than 100 feet—one bar correction initially.
Constant power plus constant pitch equals constant speed.
Constant power plus decreased pitch equals increased airspeed.
Constant power plus increased pitch equals decreased airspeed.
Instruments used for bank control.
Bank interpretation with the attitude indicator.
Airspeed low and altitude high—lower pitch.
Airspeed and altitude high—lower pitch and reduce power.
Straight-and-level flight (normal cruising speed).
Straight-and-level flight (airspeed decreasing).
Straight-and-level flight (reduced airspeed stabilized).
Climb entry for constant airspeed climb.
Stabilized climb at constant airspeed.
Stabilized climb at constant rate.
Airspeed low and vertical speed high—reduce pitch.
Level off at cruising speed.
Constant airspeed descent, airspeed high—reduce power.
Level off airspeed higher than descent airspeed.
Level off at descent airspeed.
Standard rate turn, constant airspeed.
Turn coordinator calibration.
North and south turn error.
Steep left turn.
Change of airspeed during turn.
Racetrack pattern (entire pattern in level flight).
Standard procedure turn (entire pattern in level flight).
80/260 procedure turn (entire pattern in level flight).
Teardrop pattern (entire pattern in level flight).
Circling approach pattern I (imaginary runway).
Circling approach pattern II (imaginary runway).