Aerobatic Maneuvers (AM)



Outgoing from a horizontal flight the pilot is able to heave the nose of the plane very quickly with the help of the integrated "fly-by-wire" control and the thrust vectoring (Position 1-5). An enhancement of the flight altitude is rather low, whereas an decrease of the flight speed high. A horizontal movement of ca 80km/h is still remaining. Afterwards the plane goes into an horizontal dorsal position (Position 6-8). As soon as the flight speed increases the pilot pulls down the nose until the plane reaches a horizontal position again and accelerates the plane.



This maneuver consists of a quick lifting of the nose from the horizontal into a vertical position (Position 1-4). Horizontal movement is still remaining. A rapid reduction of the speed is the result. As soon as the plane reaches the necessary speed the pilot brings the plane back into a horizontal position and accelerates the aircraft.


Bell / Tailslide

The Bell or Tailslide maneuver starts with a vertical climb (Positions 1-2) in which the plane slows down to a speed of 0km/h. Via the trust vectoring the pilot holds the plane in this position for about 3-4 seconds and pushes it afterwards into a dorsal position. Now the plane falls down towards the ground, during this procedure the pilot rolls it around the longitudinal axis and accelerates it again.


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