This question is from CFI written exam. (6824)
“Under which condition is a forward CG most critical?”
The answer is
“Forward CG is most critical during landing. If it is too far forward, the elevators may not have enough power to get the tail down for a proper approach and flare.”
I don’t know why if CG is too forward, the elevators may be less effective. In my mind, if something has longer arm, that one becomes more effective like teeter-totter.
That would be great if someone could help me!