MadMax How; Inverted Flight, An Aerobatic Maneuver (1st in a series/Revised)

MaxSez; Don’t try this in a Trash Hauler or in the vicinity of an airdrome! Inverted Flight is accomplished by ensuring the aircraft is at a safe altitude, clear of other traffic, setup in level stable flight condition and not within Controlled Airspace. Here’s How: By pulling back on the stick, the nose of the aircraft is pitched up to approximately 20 degrees nose-high and then rolled inverted. During the roll to inverted flight, it is important not to pull violently backwards on the stick (ie. a loaded roll) to ensure the nose does not get buried below the horizon. A proper entry results in an inverted nose-high attitude of approximately 15 degrees as the stick is gently, yet firmly, pushed forward to establish negative 1-G inverted flight. Reverse the procedure to recover. Good Luck!

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Possible on 747s

@Solgen. MaxSez: Only D. Washington would fly a trash hauler inverted via trick photography for a movie.

Malcontent Notice: (Pls Fly heavy iron inverted on the “Kiddy” server Kiddy’s)

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@Lindbergh… MaxSez… Hollywood bumpkin! Saw a Flim once of a 707 inverted as a stunt. Believe it was a Luck Strike Cigaret commercial.

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MaxSez: this Topic died at Birth! Why is it a flying skill topics get passed over for kiddy BS and Did ya see the Dev kiss ups? So Sad, To Bad’

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It’s not dead yet brother! I’m going to try this out first thing tomorrow. Keep the flying skill topics coming, both in and out of IF, please!

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My thought exactly! That you for posting this beautiful reference!

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