Civil Aviation Ministry of Information thread


#21

Yeah. I wonder if his insurance brokers have seen this footage :persevere:


#22

I will seriously perform at an airshow some day.


#23

“No we didn’t land hard, don’t do a L1 check!” - previous pilot


#24

This is pretty darn cool…


#26

That’s a great J-3 video. I had the opportunity to fly one about 20 years ago…fun little craft that really puts you in the moment. Not many better ways to enjoy scenery at low level for sure…


#27

Never underestimate the power of building something out of bathroom tissue…


#28

The plot thickens:

I wonder what Boeing will do this time around, it looks like a appeal won’t do much good for them.


#29

Ooops…!


DimpledUnsightlyArrowworm

#30

Damn that’s impressive


#31

Wanted to save the mechanics the trouble of removing the props haha


#32

A glimpse into my work. Turns out GE does YouTube tutorials too :wink:

Maintenance Minute | GE Aviation: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSlru5PbHgUH8AMT4PB48nlHXHqNME7TC


#33

I just came across this on my travels:

http://www.dassaultfalcon.com/en/technology/pilotbenefit/pages/flight-deck.aspx

Look down the page at the Navigation section - GIMME GIMME GIMME!! :grinning:


#34

Oh that’s some sexy sexy equipment…


#35

#36

Surely you mean CHEMTRAILS!1oneeleveen!!!11


#37

Not sure if this really fits under this thread, but I watched this and found it quite interesting. I think it has the best description of the causes of left turning tendencies of prop planes on takeoff that I’ve come across (somewhere around 20:00).


#38

#39

Title is a bit over-dramatic…but some cool footage…

Those who want to replicate it:

http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/22811-lgsk-skiathos-greece/


#40

These guys are living right…


#41

Great video about multi-engine decision speed and some of the logic around it…