Lesson 2l - Normal Landing
During this lesson the instructor will demonstrate a normal landing. The student will perform supervised landings, and when proficient, will be able to execute a normal landing without coaching or intervention from the instructor. To achieve the objective of this lesson, it will certainly take many flights.
For the purposes of training, the term Normal Landing in this lesson plan indicates benign atmospheric condition, and does not include crosswind, tailwind, or landing in strong headwinds.
Here are some examples of a reasonable pattern and landing. The video from the Soaring Safety Foundation is comprehensive and explains what matters in a checkride.
When complete, the student will:
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