Hi Jeff, > ." . . that hand flying it placed more stress on the pilot which could magnify complications and it would put too much stress on the airplane . . ."
Light chop, no problem leave it on. My comments apply more to strong turbulence. "Bad weather" with light turbulence is fine. It's the turbulence part I'm referring to in suggesting one turn the autopilot off. If the instructor was suggesting you leave the autopilot on in moderate to severe turbulence, he isn't a very good instructor. This point is really basic. I doubt you'd find many bad-weather pilots agreeing with that instructor. Mike KSEE ____________________________________________________________ Sponsored by https://www.newser.com/?utm_source=part&utm_medium=uol&utm_campaign=rss_taglines_more 2 Countries With 'Great' Virus Policies Run Into Problems http://thirdpartyoffers.juno.com/TGL3141/5eb6ebbe7ca766bbe1d33st03vuc1 America's 'Virus Hero' Is Suddenly Taking Heat http://thirdpartyoffers.juno.com/TGL3141/5eb6ebbea00f56bbe1d33st03vuc2 The Coronavirus Gets Closer to Trump http://thirdpartyoffers.juno.com/TGL3141/5eb6ebbec637d6bbe1d33st03vuc3 _______________________________________________ Search the KRnet Archives at https://email@example.com/. Please see LIST RULES and KRnet info at http://www.krnet.org/info.html. see http://list.krnet.org/mailman/listinfo/krnet_list.krnet.org to change options. To UNsubscribe from KRnet, send a message to krnet-le...@list.krnet.org