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    plane skidding after landing

    The only time I have ever seen my plane do that is that I landed a
    little hot and the full flaps will keep the plane light on the mains as
    it is still trying to fly. The mouse is airspeed sensitive when landing
    with full flaps,I have always found it is better to keep the stall horn
    beeping when landing and release the flaps asap after landing.





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    plane skidding after landing

    My A23-19 will do the same but the instructions on a placard in the
    Cockpit gives the solution. The Mandatory placard says "Raise flaps to
    increase braking effectiveness".

    Don't hit the brakes (well at least hard) till the flaps are up.

    Now if you are in a retractable then you will need to do a risk benefit
    analysis that you have your hand on the correct switch but .....

    -Allan Palmer
    Anaesthetist, Brisbane, Australia



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    The only time I have ever seen my plane do that is that I landed
    a
    little hot and the full flaps will keep the plane light on the
    mains as
    it is still trying to fly. The mouse is airspeed sensitive when
    landing
    with full flaps,I have always found it is better to keep the
    stall horn
    beeping when landing and release the flaps asap after landing.





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