Impressive Qatar Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner Display, Farnborough.
Ex F-18 Super Hornet display pilot Mike Bryan, gets to fly the Boeing F-787
Video with narrative/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRtXLXEDvNM
Amazing how this airliner flew at FIA12, great flying and the Dreamliner
looked really good, those wings are things of beauty.
Engine Failure on Takeoff - Crash Landing
This unfortuante event happened to a friend of mine. He allowed me to
upload the footage and here is what he had to say, "Three high definition
cameras were mounted to my Beechcraft Bonanza when the engine quit on
takeoff from Fairbanks Alaska on July 26th 2012, One was pointed forward,
one to the right side, and one to the rear. All three cameras caught the
crash as it happened in HD. Both people on board survived with only minor
injuries, but the airplane didn't.
The airplane was beautiful and well maintained with a brand new engine that
suddenly quit about 200 feet above the ground. There was 22 seconds from
the time of engine failure to impact. NTSB has not yet determined the cause
of the crash and the engine has been successfully ran on a test stand. The
engine quit without warning, no power surge, no hesitation, no advance sign
of trouble at all. I had not previously had any signs of any issues with my
airframe or engine.
If you watch closely you'll notice that after the engine failure I
initially began a slight left turn thinking the road would be a good place
to land because of obstructions elsewhere. Within a second or so I saw
power lines beside the road and turned right to avoid a pistol range and a
derelict DC-6 that was straight ahead.
From the last annual I knew the landing gear extension time was 12 seconds
so I decided to leave it retracted since I didn't want to touch down with
the gear in transition. I touched down as slowly as possible, just above a
stall with the nose just slightly high. Any higher and the fuselage could
have slapped down hard causing greater injuries to the spine and any lower
the speed would have been higher and cause more frontal damage which could
have shoved the yoke back into my chest more than it did."
Boeing 787 Trent 1000 engines
Boeing 787 will roll out with two next generation Rolls-Royce Trent 1000
engines.The Trent 1000 is on track for certification and has started its
last required test. It has successfully completed the fan blade containment
and all bird ingestion tests. Development testing has validated the full
range of thrust capability required by the 787 family. Other testing has
involved high temperature running and cyclic endurance equivalent to
thousands of normal in-service hours. Key certification requirements met
are the 150-hour engine type test and the FAA 1,000 cycle initial
maintenance interval test.
B787 Crosswind Testing in Iceland
3rd of september 2010 in Keflavik Iceland. The Dreamliner came to Keflavik
with a crew of 100 to do some x-wind tests. The winds that day were
120/30Gust36. They were using runway 20 so 80 degrees 30 knots crosswind.
I made the music myself :) the first.
Anatomy of a Cirrus Stall Accident
So-called over-the-top or cross-control stall accidents have been common
among general aviation pilots for years. But no one has ever really
documented what happens in one--until now. Thanks the widespread use of
glass cockpits, this fatal stall accident has been extraordinarily well
documented by accident investigators and includes a video re-creation.
KLM Boeing 747-400 takeoff RW 24
The Queen of the Sky takeoff at RW24 Amsterdam Airport.
The Captain,who does the atc also,is a friend of mine. This takeoff is one
of his last before retirement. It was for me the last TO I could videograph
because I was with him at the last flight.
Track; Now is the Time,State of Trance 2011,Armin van Buuren.Ron Hagen & Al
Exander. (original track)
Visit my website with many playlists. Planevideo's taken during all kind of
Turbulent Take-Off: Airbus A310-304/TS657
*Thanks to your views, this clip is now the most watched Air Transat video
Air Transat Flight 657 taking off from Birmingham International Airport
(BHX), United Kingdom, at 8:05AM on Saturday, August 2nd, 2008. The plane
encountered some light/moderate turbulence right after takeoff.
The aircraft is registered as C-GTSI.
Power on stall develops into a spin
You've got to expect things are going to go wrong. And we always need to
prepare ourselves for handling the unexpected.
— Neil Armstrong, 2005 movie Magnificent Desolation: Walking On The Moon.
This was a practice power on stall exercise with a student. Notice
aircraft is yawing left due to lack of right rudder. When the left wing
drops the attempted recovery is to lift the down wing with aileron (a very
natural yet incorrect response) , this only aggravates the stall and the
development of a spin begins as we go into the vertical.
In 15 seconds we went from 7600ft MSL to 6600ft MSL before recovering. The
descent was 4000ft a minute! We leveled off at 2100ft AGL and would have
had only an additional 30 seconds before impact.
We were able to recover after only half a turn so the spin never fully
developed. While pointed in the vertical directly at the ground I will
tell you I had to mentally force myself to release the back pressure on the
yoke. The urge to keep the yoke fully aft was very strong. As soon as I
applied opposite right rudder the rotation stopped.
It was an intense experience where training I received over a year ago
suddenly kicked in. I am very thankful to my CFI spin instructor, Marcus
Paine, and the great aerobatic instructors at Chandler Air Service, for
preparing me to handle this situation which I was told would eventually
Boeing 747-8 Launch (FULL VIDEO)
New Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental unveiling
the video is a bit dark...sorry for that.. i forgot to increase the
brightness of my screen while i was recording... Enjoy.. Thank you!