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Airmanship in Innherred Ultralight Club

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Our goal in Innherred Ultralight club is to convert activities concerning airmanship into action so we can prevent unwanted happenings and accidents with our ultralight and sports airplanes. In order to achieve this, we use five known principles for airmanship:

  • Identification of hazards
  • Implementing security requirements
  • Information about security
  • Control and monitoring
  • Exchange of experience

The leader of Airmanship at Inherred Ultralight Club extends the proposals and regulations from the Airmanship Council for the Ultralight Aircrafts which the Norges Luftsports Forbund advocates. The Airmanship Council is the party that are established in consultation with the board of the ultralight section of NLF in order to manage and implement airmanship measures for Ultralight clubs in Norway.

Good arimanship is defined as something which differs the responisble pilot from all the others. Airmanship is not a setting of knowledge or techniques, but more a measurement of the persons responsibility concerning his aircraft, its construction and surroundings together with a good knowledge of his own capacitiy mixed with a high degree of self dicipline.

Airmanship is the measuring scale of a pilots competence. A flight operation, even with the simplest of constructions is a complex cooperation between pilot, aircraft, surroundings, airspace structure, traffic, weather, planning and minima of risk. It means that concerning each fligth, it is not only the aircraft which needs to be airworthy, but also the total concept of fuselage, motor, pilot, athmospherical relations and flight planning is a part of the whole.

All this need to be in a state so it provides the best opportunities for a safe execution of any aviation operation.

The main goal of airmanship is to build up under knowledge for these who are willing to take part. As one learns more about the variables which rules when flying, the aircraft itself, flight planning and operations, one will slowly become more and more aware of ones own limitations. And this will lead to safer aviation and increased safety for both pilot and passenger.

Technical articles:

We have published list of techincal articles to remind about problems which can arise under flying, including discussions how to get out of these problems. Read more about this under the menu [Nyttig og Nytt].

Useful  information for safe flying:

New rules for VFR flying inside Værnes CTR and TMA.

Avinor, Luftfartstilsynet og Norges Luftsportforbund have made a Safety Reminder regarding airspace violations: Click here.

Banking the plane affect the stallspeed:

Put attention to the fact that by increasing the bank of the plane 10 degrees between 20 and 30 degrees, it  increases the stallspeed with 4%. While a 10 degrees increase of bank between 50 and 60, will increase the stallspeed with 16%. And that a 10 degrees increase of the bank between 60 and 70 degrees will increase stall speed with as much as 30%. It is therefore very important to pay attention to your flying speed when doing tigth turns!

Bank

Cosinus

Load factor [g]

Stallspeed

10°

0.98

1.02

1.01 [+1%]

20°

0.94

1.06

1.03 [+3%]

30°

0.87

1.15

1.07 [+7%]

40°

0.77

1.30

1.14 [+14%]

45°

0.71

1.41

1.19 [+19%]

50°

0.64

1.56

1.25 [+25%]

54°

0.59

1.7

1.3 [+30%]

60°

0.50

2.00

1.41 [+41%]

70°

0.34

2.94

1.71 [+71%]

75°

0.25

4.00

2.00 [+100%]

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