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 is an illustration of a reasonable pattern and landing, running 5:29 (you can skip the approach if you're more interested in the final/flare portion). It's not a perfect landing (a little off the centerline) but provides the view of a stabilized approach and flare. A Normal Landing.
When complete, the student will
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