How to Successfully Land a Cessna 172 in Bad Weather
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October 14, 2013
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I fastened my seatbelt so tightly that it felt like my legs were going to lose circulation.
I went through the checklist for final approach - altimeter set, fuel selector on, mixture enriched, carburetor heat on, landing lights on? This was the toughest landing I was going to ever have to make. The sound of rain hitting my airplane sounded like I was standing underneath Niagara Falls...
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The sound of rain hitting my airplane sounded like I was standing underneath Niagara Falls. As my plane descended through 1500 feet, I lowered my flaps down to 10 degrees and slowed to 75kts. It was almost pointless to
adjust my elevator trim with the heavy turbulence as I would go up and down every few seconds...
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