Video Test Flight Gone Wrong || Pilot Saves Plane 2 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest During this pilot training exercise, the plane is meant to simulate an engine stall, leading the pilot to have to quickly save the plane! The plane loses a little more … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts INSANE Parachute Beach Swoop | Wait For It March 24, 2016 Amazing Ping Pong Trick Shot | Behind the Back March 12, 2016 Snowflake Regatta Crashes | Chain Reaction Of Fails February 18, 2016 Mall Indoor BMX Run | Insane POV July 3, 2016 Cat Wakes Up Owner | Hairball April 22, 2016 Top 10 Fails of the Week | Friday, March 1st 2013 January 12, 2016 20 Comments Will The Pilot August 7, 2017 He purposly spun the plane and recovered it. It was a spin recovery lesson iinfynite August 7, 2017 I would of crashed. lol Elan Ben-Hanania August 7, 2017 Wait I'm confused. So you were trying to do a spin? In most light trainers, they are very easy to get out of and fun to do. Just remember PARE. I am just confused what an "engine stall" is. jerplane400 August 7, 2017 uhhh….just a simple spin maneuver and recovery. All pilots are trained in this. Please..just another BULLS*%$ title EnDSchultz1 August 7, 2017 This looks like it was an intentional spin. Power idle, nose up for the stall, as the plane stalls, full back elevator and full left rudder to enter the spin. Recovery is as simple as making sure the power's still idle, ailerons are neutral. Rudder opposite the spin and brisk forward motion on the controls to break the stall. These small trainers are VERY docile and you have to try to get them to stay in a spin that long. Hell, often you can just let go of the controls and the plane will recover almost by itself. I sure wouldn't have held it for that many rotations. Anyway, this has nothing to do with the engine. The engine's fine. It's an aerodynamic wing stall. GoldenArrow LP August 7, 2017 So for your information nothing went wrong during this test flight. The Pilot just wanted to know how the plane reacts during a stall and when it´s entering the spin. For pilots its very important to know how to get out of a stall or a spin. If the airspeed IAS/TAS is to low the plane stalls but it´ll spin only if you want that(power back, nose up and rudder left or right). ^^ Karrper August 7, 2017 fake BSMotoVlogs August 7, 2017 Quite professionals. give the big ol' thumbs up Emil Cozianu August 7, 2017 the test flight would have gone wrong, if he crashed!!!! he didn't!! so technically gone RIGHT!. yes.. he lost more height than intended.. but the fact that he was able to save the plane before crashing… THAT IS GONE FUCKING BEAUTIFUL… now change the title again!!! Austin F August 7, 2017 This is an intentionally induced stall spin. Most any pilot who continues on past their private pilot certificate has to complete this training. Especially to get a CFI (flight instructor certificate.) Maxyii August 7, 2017 They don't teach how to revive out of a spiral anymore because more people have died practising it then it actually happening Suma_ket August 7, 2017 OUT OF COOOONTROOOOOOL….FLIGHT GOOOOONE WIIIiiiiIIiiiiIIiiiLD….PIIIIILOOOOT SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVES THE DAAAAAY….SOMEFRIIIIIIIIES MODAFOKA….hahaha, yeah…if you fly any aerobatic plane you know this is not even close hahahaha get out of here mate…but cool to watch…maaan.. Thomas Zottos August 7, 2017 Okay. First of all, it is not an engine stall that he is simulating. It is called a stall spin. Please for god's sake get your facts right. ReymarHD August 7, 2017 "ITS JUST A PRANK BRO" Kevin Shafer August 7, 2017 it was spin training every flight instructor has to do it before they can get there cfi certificate (certified flight instructor) Jackson_is_random August 7, 2017 Free fallen George K August 7, 2017 wasn't an engine stall 🙂 Krum3L August 7, 2017 Gone Wrong Gone Sexual ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Tim Bauer August 7, 2017 Complete normal test… -.- blastman8888 August 7, 2017 Entered left hand spin looked to me like he held the spin little longer the more you spin the longer it takes to recover he knew what he was doing generally Cessna assuming its a 172 not suppose to spin more then 3 times. Cessna high wing just release the yoke point the noise down it will recover without opposite rudder.