Recovery from Unusual Flight Attitudes
Exhibits satisfactory knowledge, risk management, and skills associated with recovering from unusual flight attitudes solely by reference to instruments.
Procedures for recovery from unusual flight attitudes.
Unusual flight attitude causal factors, including physiological factors, system and equipment failures, and environmental factors.
Identify assess and mitigate risks, encompassing:
Situations that could lead to loss of control or unusual flight attitudes (e.g., stress, task
saturation, and distractions).
Failure to recognize an unusual flight attitude and follow the proper recovery procedure.
Exceeding the operating envelope during the recovery.
Use proper instrument cross-check and interpretation to identify an unusual attitude
(including both nose-high and nose-low), and apply the appropriate pitch, bank, and power corrections, in the correct sequence, to return to a stabilized level flight attitude.