Are you anxious during slow flight and stalls because you are apprehensive about spins? Do not fear the spin; understand it. Spins are just another thing airplanes do, and you should train for spin recovery.
Proper spin training begins with an introduction to stall and unusual attitude recovery. You need to understand that a heavy hand or misuse of the controls, during an unusual attitude, can stall the wing and begin a spin event.
Key Points Videos are produced by Jim Alsip, a Master Certified Flight Instructor with an aerobatic endorsement. As principal of Dylan Aviation located in South Eas Florida, Jim Alsip provides specialized flight instruction that has attracted pilots from across the United States, South America and almost every country in Europe. The unique, Dylan Aviation five star venue offers aerobatic training, tailwheel endorsement, spin and upset recovery training and a best buy, all around course of instruction in emergency maneuvers.
Jim Alsip is a resident of Indiantown, Florida. jim is an active member of the International Aerobatic Club (IAC), a charter member of the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE), and has been an active FAA Safety Team Representative with the Vero Beach, Florida chapter. Jim regularly conducts PowerPoint seminars at Lakeland, Florida's Sun-n-Fun Fly-in and speaks at FAA's Lakeland Production Facility.