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Contour and Constant Altitude Flying

  • Horizon identification/appropriate nose attitude
  • Awareness of space and position
  • Appreciation of inertia
  • Appreciation of available escape options
  • Right of way
  • Lookout - high wing versus low wing, left versus right, blind corners, colour schemes
  • Recognising lift/sink
  • Groundspeed versus airspeed relationship
  • Flying constant altitude to recognise any changing gradient of valley floor
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