John - Just to be clear, I'm only referring to approaches. I thought that's
what that part of the original post was about - a student learning to land.
How can you say that stalls are unrelated to airspeed, when airspeed is
related to your angle of attack? (and John, at the top of a loop at zero
airspeed, where is the relative wind coming from, or at least about to come
from? Good thing a cliff doesn't magically appear under you at that point.)
You aren't (hopefully) coming in to land at Vne. Yes, you can stall an
airplane at any speed, but the point is you don't want to let your airspeed
drop too low on approach. Period.
Maybe I'm seeing this as two seperate training issues, whereas others are
seeing it as one and the same?
Student Pilot @ UES