Rules to play Aerobatics
Aerobatics is the practice of flying maneuvers involving aircraft attitudes.
Current regulations refer to acrobatic flight, however
aerobatics is a more specific term which is in widespread use and
will be used in the proposed new CASRs Parts 91 General Operating
and Flight Rules and 61 Flight Crew Licensing. Therefore this
CAAP will use the term aerobatics in relation to acrobatic flight.
Aerobatic flight is currently defined in CAR 1988 as manoeuvres intentionally performed by an aircraft involving
an abrupt change in its attitude, an abnormal attitude, or an
abnormal variation in speed.
2. Acrobatic category
Means an aeroplane is certified for aerobatic
manoeuvres in accordance with relevant design rules. Limitations for
aerobatic flight are shown in the aircrafts flight manual.
3. Utility category
Means an aeroplane is certified for limited
aerobatic manoeuvres in accordance with relevant design rules.
Permitted manoeuvres and limitations are shown in the aircrafts
4. Gravity G Force
One G is an accelerative force equivalent to the force of gravity at the
5. Flick Manoeuvres
Flick manoeuvres are rapid rolling motions induced by a stalled
condition of flight and tend to be abrupt manoeuvres which place
additional stress on the aircraft and pilot. Some aerobatic aircraft may
have limitations prohibiting flick manoeuvres.
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