The Jacobson Flare
'Simple, Unassailable Aerodynamic Logic'
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Download the new app for iPad on the App Store. Perfect for students, recreational pilots, professional pilots and aviation enthusiasts, this app comprises two distinct presentations: Portrait as an e-book and in Landscape as a comprehensive illustrated presentation. Price (RRP) USD $24.99 Download now
NEW! App for iPad
Download now on the App Store - a new 300 slide interactive app with vital aim point and flare point calculator tools.
Conventional Flare Practice Examined
Our detailed analysis of the conventional flare reveals critical deficiencies. Now learning to land has a tangible skill-set delivering accuracy, consistency and predictability.
The Actual Flight Path Angle
Discover why the concept of using height alone as the basis for commencing a flare is flawed, mathematically.
Introducing The Jacobson Flare:
Using familiar triangulation principles, knowing when to flare is no longer a guess – it’s simply calculated and fully visible to the pilot!
Flying a Constant Angle Path
Learn how to select and hold an aim point – aiming the airplane just like a rifle.
Good Landings Rarely Follow Bad Approaches
A stable approach is paramount - for safety, aim point stability and passenger comfort.
Expansion Pattern as a Cue to Flare:
The familiar expansion pattern (or motion parallax) can now be utilised to much greater advantage. Learn why.
The 4-Second flare
Interactive in-app slides reveal real-time 1-second runway distance increments, defining the entire flare manoeuvre from the flare point through to touchdown.
B777-300ER Simulator KLAX 25L Los Angeles Ca USA
Six video clips with detailed captions clearly demonstrate the Jacobson Flare applied to a wide range of airplane sizes.
Comprehensive Reference Section Included
Review international runway markings and their variants. ILS, PAPI and T-VASIS approach slope indicator systems, plus more.
About The Jacobson Flare
Since the first flight pilots have pursued the elusive, consistently perfect landing. ‘What’ to do is generally understood; now the ‘where’, ‘when’ and ‘how’ involved in landing an airplane can be discussed logically.
The Jacobson Flare technique is the quantifiable explanation of what pilots have been trying to achieve by feel and guesswork, with varying results, for over 100 years.
The Jacobson Flare offers many advantages:
Landing an airplane can now be regarded as a skill that can be logically taught and learned, rather than as an art to be mastered eventually.
Have you ever wondered?
Why conventional landing flare practices don’t work immediately on the next, larger airplane endorsement? Or at night?