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Any control law for aircraft asymptotic stabilization requires the existence of an equilibrium condition, also called trim flight condition. At a constant velocity flight, for instance, there must exist an aircraft orientation such that aerodynamic forces oppose the plane's thrust plus weight, and the torque balance equals zero. A closer look at the equations characterizing the trim conditions point out that the existence of aircraft equilibrium configurations cannot be in general claimedarXiv:1909.06203v1 fatcat:lluislxrkbdc5cxdlh7mf5sfhi