normal stall

normal stall

A stall of an airplane brought about by a nose-high attitude (i.e., by an excessive angle of attack). A normal stall may or may not be intentional.
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Fred had me set up for a normal stall and, at the proper time, I kicked the rudder and goosed it.
As if this all wasn't frightening enough, ice accretion can tend to undo all the careful engineering that makes the wing perform well in a normal stall.
Now that would cost you altitude, but not a normal stall.
A normal stall entered from straight-and-level flight, or an unaccelerated straight climb, will not produce load factors beyond the 1G of straight-and-level flight.
It has the normal stalls, tombola and refreshments.