At our school, students have the opportunity to fly taildragger aircraft, which are characterized by having two main landing gears below the wings, and a third landing gear on the aft rear– the tip of the empennage, at the rear of the aircraft.
Its maneuverability on the ground is somewhat different from tricycle aircraft (such as the Cessnas 152). The pilot needs to be more attentive to details in pedal commands, understanding and acting according to the delay in the plane's response.
The flight in Taildraggers gives the pilot more attention when maneuvering on the ground, at the time of takeoff and landing.
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