Eyeball-bulging load factors are routine in the airshow circuit. Crowds don't pay to see slow flight and hood work. The load factor (Gs) on an airplane in a coordinated, 60-degree bank, while maintaining airspeed and altitude, is approximately:


1.45 Gs


2 Gs


3 Gs


1 G, because it's coordinated

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