Airplane Standard Flight Instruments - Stock Image

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Known as the "six-pack", this cluster of six flight instruments has been common to nearly all airplanes from 1937 (when the RAF standardized on them) through the early 2000s. Clockwise from the top left, they are the Airspeed Indicator, Attitude Indicator, Altimeter, Vertical Speed Indicator, Heading Indicator, and the Turn Coordinator. This airplane is shown in a 400 feet per minute descent at 128 knots.

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