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Hi, 30 hour casual helicopter student here. Training in the R44 Raven 1. Working full time so I fly maybe about 10 hours per month. I am at 180 degree auto rotations but am having problems with the last 20% of the maneuver, which is the flare part. My airspeed and RPM control throughout is usually pretty good +/- 2%, +/- 5 knots, (101% & 70 KIAS) but when it comes time to flare I am either doing too much too soon, or not pitching up enough soon enough in the last part of the full flare which makes my instructors really nervous. I can almost never seem to get that perfect flare tim
I am interested in knowing which countries around the world require touch-down autorotation training versus power-recovery-only training and for which license levels. Hopefully this forum is used internationally. I am assuming that SOME form of autortation training is required everywhere. I can imagine that some countries only require power-recovery until you get to a certain level at which point full-touch-down may be required. I can also imagine that military requirements differ from civil requirements. I am less concerned about answers for the military but it would be good informati
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