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The Verge reports that "Airbus has announced that it could fly its new A350 XWB for the first time as early as this Friday".You can read the full article …Continue
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Now this is that "once-in-a-lifetime" kind of picture...purely breathtaking by me..HEREContinue
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First "sharkleted" A321 HERE...I still prefer the wingtip fences!Continue
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LINKPersonally, I think is a welcomed...upgrade, as long as at least "some" planes would remain in the…Continue
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Good Grief! Here he comes again! Every Spring about Mid April my old friend the Mosquito plane appears to eradicate those tiny denizons of rivers and streams the pesky mosquito. Boy, even though he makes a tremondous lot of noise, he sure is welcome. And I know he is the reason we have more or less comfortable outside weather in the Spring and Summer months.
It's fun to watch him turn on beam ends to get back to his return pass across the river. The AT802 must be a sturdy craft to withstand some of the turns and dives he subjects it to.
Lion Air Captain with 12,000 hours breaks brand new 737-800 at Bali, Indonesia by landing short into the water ... windsheer? The new generation aircraft (both Boeing and Airbus) have onboard windsheer detection/warning devices so if that was the case, did it go off and if it did, why did he continue the approach? Both pilots passed post-accident drug tests so something caught them totally by surprise. At least all aboard are OK.
ILS CAT IIIB Autoland
If I knew this was going on up front - I'd want off. Talk about trusting your autopilot!!!!
Good one on Aviation Memes
No worries, in any sim or real aviation the balance between trim, power and attitude are really quite hard to balance! It's actually harder on a sim so if you get good on a sim your ace. One cheat they taught us in IFR is to use the autopilot to get the trim sorted then take over from there
I had a look but no picture as the mark was only a keyscratch in a rough position but it doesn't have 'clicks' it just winds back and forwards with no textile feel to let you know of an increment...try adjusting your throttle setting, slightly more or slightly less to make up for the difference :)
It's only a few weeks until I begin my type rating on the Seneca but I imagine it has an indicator...I'll get a photo when the Seneca gets back from it's flight soon
Great video of the SkyMonkeyyys Europe tour.
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