Avionics Report

October 2015 Issue

Safe flight’s SCC: A TICKET TO better landings?

If you use Safe Flight’s SCc as it’s intended—which is really a speed control computer—our flight trials proved that it can lead to more consistent on-speed approaches. This, of course, can lead to a better landing flare and hopefully, a smoother touchdown. This saves wear and tear on the tires, brakes, airframe and best of all, avoids an unintended trip into the weeds—or worse. You should be able to get the same positive results from referencing a properly calibrated airspeed indicator, but Safe Flight’s speed control system is simply more intuitive for dialing in the correct speed for the conditions. This also includes takeoff and climb.

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