Forward Slips & Wheel Landings - Tailwheel Training: Part 2

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Slips and wheel landings are two of many skills that are important to landing a tailwheel aircraft.

Forward slips are designed to increase the descent rate of the aircraft without increasing forward airspeed, and is commonly used when the airplane is above the glide path on final approach. Wheel landings are primarily used for crosswind operations and higher-speed landings. Keith introduces me to both of these in this video.

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