It’s The Quick Stop: Why Restraint Systems Work

As we were reviewing the accident reports involving the Meyers 200 as part of this month’s Used Aircraft Guide, we ran across one that was depressingly familiar. The pilot landed hard, on all three wheels. He then started pulling back and shoving forward on the wheel, developing classic PIO—pilot induced oscillation—as the airplane bounded between […]
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