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To perform a roll maneuver in flight, there are essentially three choices. The easiest is an aileron roll. For this, a small reserve of airspeed is needed above stall; the nose is raised and elevator neutralized, then full (or for some models, partial) aileron is applied in the direction of the desired roll. Elevator and rudder are kept neutral as the ...


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The ailerons should be connected so that they move opposite each other. When one aileron moves up, the other one must move down, and vice versa. In fact, in full-size aircraft, the ailerons are connected so that it's actually impossible to move them in the same direction*. So, to answer your question, to roll to the right, the right aileron must move up and ...


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