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Attitude instrument flying is defined as the control of an aircraft’s spatial position by using instruments rather than outside visual references. Today’s aircraft come equipped with analog and/or digital instruments. Analog instrument systems are mechanical and operate with numbers representing directly measurable quantities, such as a watch with a sweep second hand. In contrast, digital instrument systems are electronic and operate with numbers expressed in digits. Although more manufacturers are providing aircraft with digital instrumentation, analog instruments remain more prevalent. This section acquaints the pilot with the use of analog flight instruments.
- Attitude Instrument Flying Using the Control and Performance Method
- Attitude Instrument Flying Using the Primary and Supporting Method (Part One)
- Attitude Instrument Flying Using the Primary and Supporting Method (Part Two)
- Fundamental Skills for Airplane Attitude Instrument Flying Using Analog Instrumentation