Aircraft Basics: Speed Definitions IAS, CAS, EAS, TAS, GS
In this video I talk about different Aviation speed definitions like Indicated, Calibrated, Equivalent, True and Groundspeed. Also I explain the Crossover Altitude where the reference Airspeed changes from Indicated to Mach number.
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