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I am guessing that you guys have heard the word “MCAS” and “Jackscrew” being thrown around in Media the last few days but what do they actually mean? In this video I will teach you all you need to know in order to execute an “Approach to Stall and scape” manoeuvre. I will explain why we do the things we do and WHY the Boeing 737NG is Different to the Boeing 737MAX in this regard.
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A huge thank you to the channels that were featured in todays video. Please use the links below to see the whole videos!

Adam Penner (Airflow over wing during stall)
https://youtu.be/WFcW5-1NP60

TheYottaTube (Elevator movement)
https://youtu.be/9h0LHMpFYSQ

S Riccardo (Stabiliser movement)
https://youtu.be/owd6Lrzt0Ys

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