Avoiding Tail Strikes

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The video focusses on some factors that affect WS exits, geared towards aircraft pilots and wingsuiters that talk to pilots.

It does NOT explain flying technique to exit the aircraft safely in a wingsuit, you can find that information in this article: WS Exits

Read Jump Run for Wingsuits for more information for common types of jump aircraft, and a cheat sheet

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The following are elements for the pilot to consider

  1. Level deck angle
  2. Low power setting
  3. Reduce Airspeed
  4. A slight descent is ok
  5. On a twin engine, cut the power to the door side

Please read Jump Run for Wingsuits for more specific information for common types of jump aircraft, and more background on these points.

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