MaxSez: Fly for real! Thats a goal we all can live with! Here’s an an ATP Procedure all RW Trash Haulers employ:
A “Standard Rate Turn” (SRT) is defined as a 3° per second coordinated turn, which completes a 360° turn in 2 minutes. This is known as a 2-minute turn, or rate one (180°/min). Fast airplanes, or aircraft on certain precision approaches, use a half standard rate (‘rate half’ in some countries), but the definition of standard rate does not change.
Standardized turn rates are often employed in approaches and holding patterns to provide a reference for controllers and pilots so that each will know what the other is expecting. The pilot banks the airplane such that the turn and slip indicator points to the mark appropriate for that aircraft and then may uses a clock to time the turn. The pilot can roll out at any desired direction depending on the length of time in the turn.
During a constant-bank level turn, increasing airspeed decreases the rate of turn, and increases the turn radius. A rate half turn (1.5° per second) is normally used when flying faster than 250 kn. The term rate two turn (6° per second) is used on some low speed aircraft.
Instruments, either the turn and slip indicator (insert) or the turn coordinator, have the standard rate or half standard rate turn clearly marked. Slower aircraft are equipped with 2-minute turn indicators while faster aircraft are often equipped with 4-minute turn indicators. (Source: Wiki)
IF Pilots should consider practicing “Standard Rate Turns” as they matriculate. The use of & coordination of Rudder & Aileron on any turn, slip ect is the mark of the Pro and is great Hands Off practice. Using an SRT is an acquired skill set, practice makes perfect.
Tip; Kick those Ailerons in AutoPilot or Waypoint Turns to get that extra 3* Standard Rate. The kick coordinates the turn in Autopilot and correct that 90* Rudder only Jolt we often witness with a bit more Aileron.