When I first did stalls in the Cessna 152 I was completely freaked out by the shaking of the airplane I thought I was going to throw up. After doing stalls in the Diamond DA-40 I realized that they are not as bad as it seems and are actually very controllable.

In this video you’ll see how the speed drops to about 40kts and you’ll hear the stall warning indicator. Then the plane slightly shakes as it stalls. To get out of the stall you simply drop the nose slightly and give it power then you can pull the nose back up with only a minimal amount of altitude loss. This maneuver is done twice in this video.

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When I first did stalls in the Cessna 152 I was completely freaked out by the shaking of the airplane I thought I was going to throw up. After doing stalls in the Diamond DA-40 I realized that they are not as bad as it seems and are actually very controllable.

In this video you’ll see how the speed drops to about 40kts and you’ll hear the stall warning indicator. Then the plane slightly shakes as it stalls. To get out of the stall you simply drop the nose slightly and give it power then you can pull the nose back up with only a minimal amount of altitude loss. This maneuver is done twice in this video.

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