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Can a pilot adjust the propeller angle like a helicopter's rotor? I would think that it would reduce fuel consumption while increasing power because thrust can be adjusted independently of the throttle.
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Can a pilot adjust the propeller angle?

Yes the pilot can adjust the propeller angle but it depends on the aeroplane type. It is not something you will be able to do in a typical Piper 28 or Cessna 172. It is something you would see on single engine piston planes like a Beech Bonanza or a Mooney.

How can the pilot adjust the propeller angle?

The handle to control the throttle is typically black. The handle controlling the fuel is typically red and for the handle controlling ...
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