Learning To Fly A Piper Arrow| Runup, Takeoff, Slow Flight And Stalls

For the Commercial License, you need a minimum of 10 hours in a complex aircraft. This means an aircraft with retractable landing gear, a constant speed propeller and flaps. Before today I had never flown a complex aircraft, however I was to get my commercial check ride done as quickly as possible, so I had to get acquainted quickly!
In this video, I take you through the runup, taxi, takeoff and a couple of slow flight and stall maneuvers as I ease into the new systems and flow of the aircraft.

Enjoy the flight!

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