|Well jet engines develop thrust at altitudes around 10 km, where
air pressure is sufficiently small. Thus, the speed means for the pilot
Life in a dogfight, and its absence - death. Low altitude and
low speed – are a deadly combination.|
There is another unpleasant feature of flight at low altitudes.
Trying to keep the speed limit pilots to increase traction and
include a boost. In this case, firstly there is an increased flow
fuel (which may also lead to a breakdown of the mission), and secondly,
operating at full capacity engines are so glorious beacon
for the infrared-guided missiles from what only can only wish.
Hence the conclusion: if you so need to fly to the site
low altitude, then enter the pre-altitude and dive
"Trade off" for its speed without forcing the engine. Even the gently sloping
and short-term reduction allows the aircraft (jet)
reach high speeds. Clearance is necessary to you as a stock
electricity in the battery. It can gradually accumulate, and in
the right time to use.
Another case is when your plane to lose speed and
become easy prey for the enemy happens if you do not need
to perform turns with high congestion. Even very
highly maneuverable aircraft cannot stay long to flunk
on the wing with an angle close to 90 degrees. Try for some
simulator and see how quickly the rate of falls. In this way,
aerodynamic lift force is directed horizontally
and has nothing to resist the force of gravity. The aircraft is under
threat "to fall into a tailspin." In many game programs this
warning message that there is "stall" ("hang").