The artificial horizon, otherwise known as the attitude indicator, provides the pilot with information in terms of the aircraft attitude both in pitch and roll.

It should be appreciated that the artificial horizon does not necessarily show climb or descent, or a turn, as is often thought.

The artificial horizon shows only attitude and is used in conjunction with other instruments to confirm a flight path.

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