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  1. Click "Show More" for the giveaway links, music used in the video, and to follow along on social media! Jason's YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/MzeroAFlightTraining Proudly sponsored by: MZeroA Flight Training http://privatepilotblueprint.com Free Book on the steps to becoming a pilot! ForeFlight https://www.foreflight.com/ My Favorite Aviation App for Pilots BOSE Aviation http://www.bose.com/a20 Best Headset for Pilots Banyan Pilot Shop http://www.banyanpilotshop.net My favorite Pilot Shop A BIG thank you to all my Patrons. If you want to be part of the team and want to help support my videos Patreon is a great way! I thank you for any support. https://www.patreon.com/steveo1kinevo NEW S1K GEAR! If you have a passion for aviation and want to support the channel get your Pilot Swag here. Also be sure to check out any current giveaways! https://www.steveo1kinevo.com Also follow me on: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/steveokineevo/ FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/steveo1kinevo/ Twitter Land https://twitter.com/steveo1kinevo Music By:https://soundcloud.com/christopheradolfo/tom-petty-learning-to-fly-christopher-adolfo-remix-free-dl https://soundcloud.com/user-243680122/spirit-in-the-sky-anthem-remix SOURCE
  2. This Boeing 757 of Icelandair received a water canon salute at Düsseldorf Airport yesterday. It was the first flight of Icelandair at Düsseldorf and they intend to connect Düsseldorf with Keflavik twice a week. Actually the route was planned with a Boeing 737 Max, but since the Max is grounded Iceland had to adjust its flightplans. They will subcharter three Boeing 767s for the summer season. It` s almost a tradition to welcome a new company with a water canon salute. Icelandair was welcomed by the fire brigade and its always a fantastic motive for us videographers. Special thanks to Icelandair for sending the beautiful Hekla Aurora logo jet. What a fantastic looking livery! Thanks for watching, new videos every tuesday and friday.SOURCE
  3. This video asks a question. It does not attempt to answer it. The question specifically concerns leakage from the surge tanks, not the main tanks. The only aircraft type shown is the Boeing 737-800 (NOT the MAX variety), as I have no useful shots of any other type trailing fuel. Clearly, the occasional spurt of fuel through the surge tank duct ('NACA vent scoop') is expected, and it is equipped with a flame arrestor to handle unwanted consequences. However, as seen here, fuel can, very rarely, leak out through what appears to be the edge of the access panel holding the duct - presumably due to a failing seal. For the record, I sent a copy of the clip from about 61 to 93 seconds to the airline concerned.SOURCE
  4. Rationalizing the difference between training and the real world… Proud to be associated with ForeFlight: http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Visit http://www.FlightChops.com for behind the scenes and monthly GiveAways! For over 125 curated episodes, from Tail Wheel and Aerobatics, to IFR and WarBirds! Please visit http://www.FlightChops.com for details! Huge thanks to all the Supporters on Patreon! Productions like this wouldn't be possible without your help! For those that haven't seen it, please check the Flight Chops Patreon page to find out how you can be a part of it http://www.patreon.com/FlightChops _____ Sponsor / Supporter Links: ForeFlight http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Bose Aviation http://www.bose.com/a20 Van’s Aircraft https://www.vansaircraft.com/ CloudAhoy http://www.cloudahoy.com/P/flightchops/ Infinite Flight https://infiniteflight.com/ The Finer Points of Flying - Jason Miller: http://adventure.learnthefinerpoints.com iCloth Avionics: http://a.co/4f66Evg Spectrum Airways Flight Training: http://www.spectrumairways.com/ Huge thanks to all the Supporters on Patreon! Productions like this wouldn't be possible without your help! For those that haven't seen it, please check the Flight Chops Patreon page to find out how you can be a part of it! http://www.patreon.com/FlightChops FLIGHT CHOPS DISCLAIMER: I am a "weekend warrior" private pilot, I fly for fun with no intentions of going commercial. I have had my PPL for over 15 years, but still consider each flight a learning experience - I generally take detailed notes after each flight to remind myself what went well or what I could do to improve.... Having the GoPro cameras to record flights like this is invaluable. I find these self analysis videos very helpful in my constant quest to improve, and am happy to share. Feedback is invited; however, please keep it positive.SOURCE
  5. This is an exclusive scene from the full LH A350 ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE Munich to Tokyo which available on this channel - totally free of charge as always - effective Friday November 9th 2018 10am CET! Also do not miss to watch the takeoff and landing shown in this movie as exclusive 360-degree videos, ideally using your VR goggles, effective the same date: Takeoff in 360 degree: https://youtu.be/0HVL8HITlEc Landing in 360 degree: https://youtu.be/fSO_ZRNuohw All for free - proudly sponsored by our sister channel 360.AirClips.com AirClips.com supports the pilot’s profession and all those interested in dedicating their lives to the beauty of flying. In a special series we are reporting about pilot’s training, life and career opportunities in the Lufthansa Group, one of the world’s leading aviation groups. Let us encourage you to consider becoming a future pilot for one of the Lufthansa Group airlines, starting with a thorough training by European Flight Academy (EFA). Did you know that... - Lufthansa Group needs over 500 new pilot students every year for their airlines? - Lufthansa Group gives you access to affordable financing solutions? - pilot’s limitations regarding debility of eye-sight allow a lot more flexibility than you maybe think? - not speaking German does not stop you from joining the Group? - female cadets are particularly encouraged to join? Enjoy our series of clips and films about being trained by and working as a pilot for the Lufthansa Group. Check out their link for more details on how to join: https://www.european-flight-academy.com/en/ Deutsche Lufthansa AG, commonly known as Lufthansa, is the largest German airline and, when combined with its subsidiaries, also the largest airline in Europe both in terms of fleet size and passengers carried during 2017. The name of the company is derived from the German word, Luft 'air' and Hansa, the Hanseatic League. Lufthansa is one of the five founding members of Star Alliance, the world's largest airline alliance, formed in 1997. Besides its own services, and owning subsidiary passenger airlines Austrian Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines, Brussels Airlines, and Eurowings including Germanwings (referred to in English by Lufthansa as its Passenger Airline Group), Deutsche Lufthansa AG owns several aviation-related companies, such as Lufthansa Technik, as part of the Lufthansa Group. In total, the group has over 600 aircraft, making it one of the largest airline fleets in the world. Lufthansa's registered office and corporate headquarters are in Cologne. The main operations base, called Lufthansa Aviation Center, is at Lufthansa's primary hub at Frankfurt Airport, and its secondary hub is at Munich Airport. The Airbus A350 XWB is a family of long-range, twin-engine wide-body jet airliners developed by European aerospace manufacturer Airbus. The A350 is the first Airbus aircraft with both fuselage and wing structures made primarily of carbon fiber reinforced polymer. Its variants seat 280 to 366 passengers in typical three-class seating layouts. The A350 is positioned to succeed the A340 and to compete with the Boeing 787 and 777. The A350 was originally conceived in 2004 as a pairing of the A330's fuselage with new aerodynamics features and engines. In 2006, Airbus redesigned the aircraft in response to negative feedback from several major prospective customers and renamed it the A350 XWB (extra wide body). Development costs are estimated at €11 billion (US$15 billion or £9.5 billion). As of June 2018, Airbus had received 882 orders for A350s from 45 customers worldwide. The prototype A350 first flew on 14 June 2013 from Toulouse, France. Type certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency was received in September 2014 and certification from the Federal Aviation Administration two months later. On 15 January 2015, the A350-900 entered service with its launch operator Qatar Airways, and the A350-1000 on 24 February 2018 with the same airline. In June 2011, the A350-900 was scheduled to enter service in the first half of 2014, with the -800 to enter service in mid-2016, and the -1000 in 2017. In July 2012, Airbus delayed the -900's introduction by three months to the second half of 2014. The first delivery to launch customer Qatar Airways took place on 22 December 2014. The first commercial flight was made on 15 January 2015 between Doha and Frankfurt.SOURCE
  6. Why do jets cruise faster and higher than prop-driven aircraft? Why do they cruise so much closer to their best-range speed than props? Join us to find out!SOURCE
  7. How do enter a holding pattern? There are three ways, and we'll show you each one of them!SOURCE
  8. Spring is here, which means gusty winds are too. Join us as we discuss how to safely handle the wind gusts on your next landing.SOURCE
  9. Airbus A380 SIMULATOR - Bird Strike/ Engine fire on Takeoff SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  10. So fun flying around with one of my favourite pilots and people, York Galland, otherwise known as @iflyheli Make sure to check him out! https://www.instagram.com/iflyheli/?hl=en Also Nick Drader from Compass Heli Tours https://www.instagram.com/compass_heli_tours/?hl=en Filmed and edited by my little buddy Devin. He's no Treven, but he's trying! https://www.instagram.com/devinolsen/?hl=en And big news! Bentley got Verified on Instagram this week! https://www.instagram.com/mrbentley_thedog/?hl=en If you need a new tooth brush, my company is https://www.instagram.com/bruush/?hl=en www.bruush.com And if you're sick of hangovers https://www.instagram.com/lastcallbeverage/?hl=en www.lastcallbeverage.com Oh! and huge thanks to Sky Helicopters and Allan Fraser for flying me up multiple times to help rescue my Heli! We actually got it out just in time, because a few days later a bear found my paddle boards and popped all 3 of them. Also chewed my repair kits and pumps at the lake. If the Heli was still there, he definitely would have ripped it open. Thanks bear. https://www.instagram.com/skyhelicopters/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/allanfraser/?hl=en Last summer while flying with York and the guys from GoPro prior to the launch of the GoPro Hero 7, Bentley and I split up from the group and flew 3 paddle boards to a gorgeous blue lake. The plan was to meet up a few hours later at Pitt Meadows Airport and then fly to the lake. Well... when I went to start up, BOOM! My battery made a huge pop sound and everything went dead, including my radios. Zero juice. When I went under my seat to grab my PLB (Personal Location Beacon) and handheld radio, I realized someone removed my bag from the Heli and put it in York's machine. I worked for a few hours, scaling the mountain across the lake trying to get a signal. At around 9pm, just before dark, York found me and flew us home! What a guy! Love you York!SOURCE
  11. Speaker Schedule and New Partnership News for FlightSimExpo 2019 Only 58 days stand between right now and the start of FlightSimExpo 2019. North America’s community-driven flight simulation is stepping things up this year. A new location, bigger venue and more exhibitors than ever before – there will be something for everyone to enjoy at this year’s event. One of the highlights of these shows is the wide-range of speakers and seminars that will be taking place. This year is no different with a large number of speakers taking the time to talk about a wide variety of subjects. The line-up consists of YouTubers Jason Miller and Steve Thorne (“FlightChops”) who will speak about the benefits of the simulator and how it can be applied to real-world training. After that, Twitch streamer Chillywillies will moderate a panel designed to connect attendees to flight simulation developers. Talking about their experiences, challenges and what they predict will happen in the industry next. Over the course of the day, on the 8th June, a variety of developers and publishers will be taking to the stage for 30 minutes to announce new products or talk about their upcoming software. Some of the big names to take to the stage include Prepar3D, Virtual-Fly, Mettar Simulations and Gleim Aviation. Others who will have the stage include Parallel 42, Noble Flight Simulation and Mindstar Aviation. The following day, there will be additional talks and seminars. The talks on the Sunday 9th of June will feature a range of discussions on how the first-time simmer can get involved in the community. Whilst super nervous, I am also excited to confirm that I will be on stage delivering a talk on taking people on a brief overview on getting them started in simulation. In addition to me, Sebastian Knoop-Troullier, and Ethan Hawes will also take to the stage taking attendees through other important elements of setting up and using an at-home simulator. SOURCE INFO FlightSimExpo 2019 WWW.FLIGHTSIMEXPO.COM Speaker Schedule and New Partnership News for FlightSimExpo 2019 | FSElite FSELITE.NET Only 58 days stand between right now and the start of FlightSimExpo 2019. North America’s community-driven flight simulation is stepping things up this year. A new location, bigger venue and more exhibitors than ever before – there will be something for everyone to enjoy at this year’s event. One of the highlights of these shows […]
  12. This video is about FC-Build-vlog1-V6~20 years carrying a photo of a Van’s Aircraft is about to get real! Proud to be associated with ForeFlight: http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Visit http://www.FlightChops.com for behind the scenes and monthly GiveAways! I can’t wait to share this series with you! Stay tuned by following @flightchops on Instagram as well for realtime updates. Thanks to Jackson for helming shoot this one. Visit his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYayvLOA6IrcV7k-EFOW_-Q And for more LiveAirshowTV: https://www.youtube.com/user/LiveAirShowTV Huge thanks to all the Supporters on Patreon! Productions like this wouldn't be possible without your help! For those that haven't seen it, please check the Flight Chops Patreon page to find out how you can be a part of it http://www.patreon.com/FlightChops _____ Sponsor / Supporter Links: ForeFlight http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Bose Aviation http://www.bose.com/a20 Van’s Aircraft https://www.vansaircraft.com/ CloudAhoy http://www.cloudahoy.com/P/flightchops/ Infinite Flight https://infiniteflight.com/ The Finer Points of Flying - Jason Miller: http://adventure.learnthefinerpoints.com iCloth Avionics: http://a.co/4f66Evg Spectrum Airways Flight Training: http://www.spectrumairways.com/ Huge thanks to all the Supporters on Patreon! Productions like this wouldn't be possible without your help! For those that haven't seen it, please check the Flight Chops Patreon page to find out how you can be a part of it! http://www.patreon.com/FlightChops FLIGHT CHOPS DISCLAIMER: I am a "weekend warrior" private pilot, I fly for fun with no intentions of going commercial. I have had my PPL for over 15 years, but still consider each flight a learning experience - I generally take detailed notes after each flight to remind myself what went well or what I could do to improve.... Having the GoPro cameras to record flights like this is invaluable. I find these self analysis videos very helpful in my constant quest to improve, and am happy to share. Feedback is invited; however, please keep it positive.SOURCE
  13. This was filmed last week during Dull weather at London Heathrow Airport. My 3 Favourite liveries of Airbus a380 . Which one is yours ? Please leave a comment below ! In this video Emirates Airline British Airways and Etihad . Also at the end you can see BA Boeing 747 in NEGUS RETRO-LIVERY Copyright of Topfelya © #a380 #heathrow #aircraftSOURCE
  14. This Airbus A350 Departure was another highlight at the Airbus factory Hamburg Finkenwerder. The freshly painted Lufthansa Airbus A350 flew ferry back home to Toulouse before it got delivered to Lufthansa. It` s the last plane I haven` t shown you yet and my last video from Hamburg Finkenwerder. That` s why decided to sum up all planes I filmed during one day to show you what` s going on at the Airbus factory in germany. Of course you won` t see the special painted Airbus A380 of ANA All Nippon Airways every day. It was the reason for my visit and all the other planes which showed up were just bycatches. It` s kinda unusual to see the Airbus A350 at Finkenwerder because usually only the Airbus narrowbodies (A318 - A321) and the Airbus A380 (cabin installment) are regular visitors at the airport. The Airbus A350 was just in Finkenwerder for a fresh paint job, probably cause they didn` t have enaugh capacity at Toulouse. Thanks for watching, new videos every tuesday and friday.SOURCE
  15. Largest ever turboprop airplane in the world! After a break of eight years, the world has one Antonov An-22A Antei back in commercial service again - and Air-Clips was on board for you! This is an exclusive scene from our Antonov 22 ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE about the longest stretch of the entire journey! Be on board when our Antei flies nonstop all the way from Abu Dhabi to Kiev Gostomel in about 10 (!!!) hours! Watch the full film for free here (eff. October 5th, 2018): https://youtu.be/MVopoE3R6Ys The Antonov An-22 "Antei" is a heavy military transport aircraft designed by the Antonov Design Bureau in the Soviet Union. Powered by four turboprop engines each driving a pair of contra-rotating propellers, the design was the first Soviet wide-body aircraft and remains the world's largest turboprop-powered aircraft to date. The An-22 first appeared publicly outside the Soviet Union at the 1965 Paris Air Show. Since then, the model has seen extensive use in major military and humanitarian airlifts for the Soviet Union. In the late 1950s, the Soviet Union required a large military transport aircraft to supplement the Antonov An-8 and An-12s then entering service. Originally known as the An-20, the model is a conventional multi-engined high-wing design. In the early 1960s, the Antonov bureau produced a wooden mock up at its Kiev, Ukraine, workshops of what was designated the Model 100. The prototype, now designated the An-22, was rolled out on 18 August 1964 and first flew on 27 February 1965. The prototype was given the name Antheus and, after four-months of test flying, was displayed at the 1965 Paris Air Show. All aircraft were built at the Tashkent State Aircraft Factory and the first military delivery was made to the Air Transport Wing at Ivanovo Airbase in 1969. The aircraft was designed as a strategic airlifter, designed specifically to expand the Soviet Airborne Troops' capability to land with their then-new BMD-1 armoured vehicles. The An-22 cargo hold can accommodate four BMD-1 compared to only one in the An-12. It also has the capability to takeoff from austere, unpaved, and short airstrips, allowing airborne troops to perform air-landing operations. This is achieved by four pairs of contra-rotating propellers, similar to those on the Tupolev Tu-114. The engines generate significant thrust, and produce a slipstream over the wings and large double-slotted flaps. The landing gear is ruggedized for rough airstrips, and, in early versions, tire pressures could be adjusted in flight for optimum landing performance, although that feature was removed in later models. The An-22 follows traditional cargo transport design with a high-mounted wing allowing a large cargo space of 33m in length and a usable volume of 639m³. The forward fuselage is fully pressurized and provides space for 5 to 8 crew and up to 28 passengers, but the cargo space is pressurized to only 3.55 PSI / 0.245 bar allowing for a lighter airframe. A door equipped with pressure bulkhead is located at frame 14, separating the cargo attendant's compartment from the main cargo compartment. This allows the rear cargo doors to be opened during flight for paratroops and equipment drop. Like the An-12, the aircraft has a circular fuselage section. The An-22 has set a number of payload and payload-to-height world records. The An-22 has the general appearance of an enlarged version of the earlier Antonov An-12 except that it is fitted with a twin tail. This gives the An-22 better engine-out performance, and reduces height restrictions for hangars. Also of note are large anti-flutter masses on the top of each tail. Only one production variant was built, the standard An-22. Prototypes, such as the one first featured at the 1965 Paris Air Show had fully glazed noses that lacked the nose mounted radar of production models. Those aircraft had the radar mounted below the right wheel well fairing, forward of the wheels. Antonov Airlines is a Ukrainian cargo airline, a division of the Antonov aviation company. It operates international charter services in the world of oversized cargo market. Its main base is Gostomel Airport near Kiev. The company owns the Antonov An-225, the world's largest operational cargo aircraft and the only one completed. The airline was established and started operations in 1989 through a marketing agent agreement with Air Foyle to market Antonov An-124 Ruslan cargo charters worldwide. This relationship ended in June 2006. The same month Antonov Airlines and another large player in the global specialty air cargo business, Volga-Dnepr Airlines (Russia), established a joint venture company — Ruslan International — where each company has a 50% stake. The joint operation of the Ukrainian and Russian fleets allows them to share the combined An-124-100 commercial fleet of seventeen aircraft (seven of which belong to Antonov Airlines) and the only Antonov An-225 in service worldwide — the largest cargo aircraft in the world.SOURCE
  16. Another bizarre, but awesome video from the world of civil aviation... SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  17. This is an exclusive short clip from our DA42 ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE which you can watch for free under the following link: https://youtu.be/JmsBzEMQ7eQ AirClips.com supports the pilot’s profession and all those interested in dedicating their lives to the beauty of flying. In a special series we are reporting about pilot’s training, life and career opportunities in the Lufthansa Group, one of the world’s leading aviation groups. Let us encourage you to consider becoming a future pilot for one of the Lufthansa Group airlines, starting with a thorough training by European Flight Academy (EFA). Did you know that... - Lufthansa Group needs over 500 new pilot students every year for their airlines? - Lufthansa Group gives you access to affordable financing solutions? - pilot’s limitations regarding debility of eye-sight allow a lot more flexibility than you maybe think? - not speaking German does not stop you from joining the Group? - female cadets are particularly encouraged to join? Enjoy our series of clips and films about being trained by and working as a pilot for the Lufthansa Group. Check out their link for more details on how to join: https://www.european-flight-academy.com/en/ The Diamond DA42 Twin Star is a four seat, twin engine, propeller-driven airplane developed manufactured by Austrian company Diamond Aircraft Industries. It was Diamond's first twin engine design, as well as the first new European twin-engine aircraft in its category to be developed in over 25 years. During 2004, the DA42 became the first diesel-powered fixed-wing aircraft to perform a non-stop crossing of the North Atlantic. By 2012, the DA42 had become a key revenue generator for the company, having gained popularity with government and military operators in addition to the civil market that had suffered as a result of the Great Recession. Government customers have typically employed the type in the aerial surveillance role, which contributed towards the development of the Aeronautics Defense Dominator, a medium-altitude long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which had been derived from the DA42. The flight performance of the DA42 is largely favourable, having been designed to incorporate not only high levels of performance but the greatest possible degrees of passive safety in operation, alongside excellent fuel economy and assisted by the implementation of various modern technologies. The flight controls themselves are proportionally responsive for performing even small manoeuvers and light motions. Both pilots are equipped with their own fighter-style central sticks, which are attached to an otherwise unobstructed cockpit floor.In a similar manner, a single combined power lever is used to regulate both the engine and propeller settings; the power levers are convenient and can be operated in a relatively easy manner. In comparison with other twin-engined aircraft in its category, the centre console of the DA42 is uncluttered, which is a result of the clean design of the controls. The stall characteristics are also relatively benign, being described by Flight International as "probably the most docile of any aircraft I can remember". On the DA42, stall conditions are forewarned by the sounding of a warning horn at 5-7kt above stall, as well as by elevating levels of airframe buffeting and a 5–10° drop of the nose. The aircraft is relatively difficult to stall outside of substantial mishandling or deliberate intention. Both longitudinal and lateral stability can be maintained with a relatively low level of effort, not necessitating continuous trimming while the aircraft is accelerating. Active use of the rudder is necessary for effective turns and counteracting sideslip tendencies. While the DA42 is a twin-engined aircraft, this is predominantly a measure for safety. It is readily capable of sustained flight using only a single engine, and can still achieve a satisfactory rate of climb of 700 feet per minute under single-engine operations, unlike many of its contemporaries. The DA42 possesses considerable endurance, being capable of performing 13 hour-long flights without carrying additional fuel tanks; this is partially due to its high fuel efficiency of its Austro engines, which consume 13.6 US gallons per hour when operated at 75 per cent power, lower than some of its single-engined rivals. The digital FADEC (full authority digital engine controls) serves to lower operational difficulty, constantly performing tasks such as managing rpm and fault-checking.SOURCE
  18. Courtesy of NonstopDan... I couldn’t work out if this was an April Fools joke, but it seems to be genuine! Frankfurt airport have opened a new free lounge where you can meet some real alpacas before your flight! It is supposed to help calm nerves of anxious flyers. I think I’d go to get the free drinks and snacks! SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  19. Note how dirty is Airbus A380 under belly ! Here is why https://youtu.be/dVi3yCvSoIg If you ever flew on one of these beautiful airplanes please share your experience in the comments below . Also please tell us which one is better ! Copyright Topfelya © #boeing #airbus #takeoffSOURCE
  20. This is a video I had shot and edited over a year ago, then decided not to post it due to my letter of investigation from the FAA. I recently decided it was time to circle back to this topic. Apologies for the long and wordy video. Be safe out there guys! Be my wing man and join in the adventure: https://goo.gl/sW5J5o Support my channel by grabbing some merchandise: https://www.TrentPalmer.com For more of my adventures follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trentonpalmer/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PilotTrentPalmer/ The Gear I used for this video: Fuji X-T3 - https://amzn.to/2EE3WU7 The bendy tripod thing - https://goo.gl/n7wx14 My on camera mic - https://goo.gl/GNsHF6. SOURCE:
  21. This Airbus A321 Neo of Wizz Air had to go through some rough tests before its delivery from Hamburg Finkenwerder. In this video you can see a typical test procedure of a new plane before it gets delivered to the airline. Brake tests, rejected takeoffs and high speed taxi tests are always a part of the certification process. The Wizz Airbus A321 neo departed about five hours after the brake test and I filmed it departing right in front of a big ship which was on its way to the harbour of Hamburg on the river Elbe. The Sprit Airbus A320 neo which is also included in this video departed for a test flight and returned to Hamburg Finkenwerder right before sunset. Great looking livery in my opinion. If you take a look at the landing footage of the Spirit Airbus A320 neo you can see the brake marks of the Airbus A321neo which rejected its takeoff in the morning hours. Thanks for watching, new videos every tuesday and friday.SOURCE
  22. Behind the scenes at the worlds fastest Motorsport! Proud to be associated with ForeFlight: http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Visit http://www.FlightChops.com for behind the scenes and monthly GiveAways! For over 125 curated episodes, from Tail Wheel and Aerobatics, to IFR and WarBirds! Please visit http://www.FlightChops.com for details! This is some of the best gear for filming in airplanes! www.nflightcam.com THANKS to Elliot for inviting me on this one! Check his channel for lots of cool stuff like this dead stick landing due to a catastrophic engine failure at 300+ knots and low altitude, from a previous year at Reno Air Races! https://youtu.be/mvu_9dATSG0 And big thanks Sanders Aeronautics for hosting me! http://www.sandersaeronautics.com Huge thanks to all the Supporters on Patreon! Productions like this wouldn't be possible without your help! For those that haven't seen it, please check the Flight Chops Patreon page to find out how you can be a part of it http://www.patreon.com/FlightChops _____ Sponsor / Supporter Links: ForeFlight http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Bose Aviation http://www.bose.com/a20 Van’s Aircraft https://www.vansaircraft.com/ CloudAhoy http://www.cloudahoy.com/P/flightchops/ Infinite Flight https://infiniteflight.com/ The Finer Points of Flying - Jason Miller: http://adventure.learnthefinerpoints.com iCloth Avionics: http://a.co/4f66Evg Spectrum Airways Flight Training: http://www.spectrumairways.com/ Huge thanks to all the Supporters on Patreon! Productions like this wouldn't be possible without your help! For those that haven't seen it, please check the Flight Chops Patreon page to find out how you can be a part of it! http://www.patreon.com/FlightChops FLIGHT CHOPS DISCLAIMER: I am a "weekend warrior" private pilot, I fly for fun with no intentions of going commercial. I have had my PPL for over 15 years, but still consider each flight a learning experience - I generally take detailed notes after each flight to remind myself what went well or what I could do to improve.... Having the GoPro cameras to record flights like this is invaluable. I find these self analysis videos very helpful in my constant quest to improve, and am happy to share. Feedback is invited; however, please keep it positive.SOURCE
  23. WATCH THIS STUNNING LANDING IN 4K 360 DEGREEE!!! Get your VR goggles ready and click here: https://youtu.be/qh5Wy_wfdzo Also watch the Takeoff in 4K 360 degree here: https://youtu.be/wrpX-r1lv7Q This is an exclusive short-clip extracted from our full FREE Dassault Falcon 7X ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE available here starting 25th May 2019, 8pm CET: https://youtu.be/qi_IF0PVl70. These extracted short clips show you takeoff and landing sequences from a variation of different camera angles, so that you can enjoy every aspect of it! The AirClips Team was granted exclusive access to one of the most closed and restricted areas of commercial aviation: We were allowed to join a longhaul private jet flight on a super-modern three-engined Dassault Falcon 7X business jet from Sao Paulo Guarulhos airport in Brazil to Belfast in Northern Ireland. An amazing 11.5 hour journey in which we were allowed to meet the stunning Air Hamburg Crew, indulge in fantastic views on and out of the fence TriStar-shaped 7X and also to enjoy the unique "Simply Personal" VIP service concept. Now lean back and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime intercontinental journey in the world's last three-holer passenger jet in production (coming sister-model 8X as the same)! The Dassault Falcon 7X is a large-cabin, 5,950 nmi range business jet manufactured by Dassault Aviation, the 2nd largest of its Dassault Falcon line. Launched at 2001 Paris Air Show, its first flight was on 5 May 2005 and it entered service on 15 June 2007. The Falcon 8X is derived from the 7X with a longer range of 6,450 nmi afforded by engine optimizing, aerodynamic refinements and an increase in fuel capacity.[7] Featuring an S-duct central engine, it and the Falcon 900 are the only two trijets in production. Dassault launched the FNX at the 2001 Paris Air Show, aiming for a 10,500km (5,700nm) range at Mach 0.88 up from the Falcon 900EX 8,300km at Mach 0.84. Its new high-speed wing is 1.86m (6.10ft) longer with 5° higher wing sweep than the 900 wing, while its 20% longer fuselage is keeps the same cabin cross-section but with a new curved windscreen. The trijet has a combined thrust of 18,000lb (80kN) provided by Honeywell FX5s, a new design, or a Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306 growth version. Based on Honeywell Primus Epic avionics, its EASy cockpit is developed for the Falcon 2000EX and 900EX and controls are fly-by-wire. Scheduled to fly in 2004, first deliveries were planned for mid-2006. With 41 deposits, it was named 7X in November with first flight slipping from late 2004 to early 2005 and certification planned for mid-2006. With a simplified structure to reduce cost and weight, the optimised high-transonic wing improves by more than 10% the lift-to-drag ratio over the supercritical-section wing of the Falcon 50 shared by previous Falcons. The cabin is 2.4m (8ft) longer than the 900 and have a lower 6,000ft (1,800m) cabin altitude. the 6,100lb-thrust (21.7kN) PW307A was finally selected, among other risk-sharing partners: Honeywell for avionics architecture, auxiliary power unit, air management system; with Parker Hannifin for the power generation system and wheels brakes; and TRW Aeronautical Systems for the hydromechanical flap and airbrake systems. With over 50 firm orders, it completed its first flight on 5 May in 1h 36min from Bordeaux-Merignac, starting a 1,200h flight test programme over 15 month: it climbed to 10,000ft (3,000m) for hydraulic, fuel, air data and landing gear extraction/retraction systems tests, then climbed to 25,000ft for acceleration/deceleration tests and basic autopilot and autothrottle operations. The second Falcon 7X should join in June, and the third with a full interior in September for long-range, endurance tests and interior sound level validation: Dassault aims for a 52dB sound level in the cabin, 4dB lower than other Falcons. Certification slipped to late 2006 and first deliveries to early 2007. It was first presented to the public at the 2005 Paris Air Show. The aircraft has received its type certification from both the Federal Aviation Administration and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on 27 April 2007. The first 7X, MSN05, entered service on 15 June 2007. The hundredth was delivered in November 2010. It conducted high altitude airport tests at 14,500 ft in Daocheng in 2014. The Falcon 7X is a three-engined cantilever monoplane with a low-positioned, highly swept wing. It has a horizontal stabiliser at mid-height and a retractable tricycle landing gear, and three rear-mounted Pratt & Whitney PW307A turbofan engines : two on the side of the fuselage and one in a center position, and room for 20 passengers and two crew. It is the first production Falcon jet to offer winglets. It is the first fully fly-by-wire business jet and is equipped with the same avionics suite, the Honeywell Primus Epic "Enhanced Avionics System" (EASy), that was used on the Falcon 900EX and later on the Falcon 2000EX.SOURCE
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  25. The Antonov An-24 (Russian/Ukrainian: Антонов Ан-24) is a 44-seat twin turboprop transport/passenger aircraft designed in 1957 in the Soviet Union by the Antonov Design Bureau and manufactured by Kiev, Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude Aviation Factories. First flown in 1959, the An-24 was produced in some 1,000 units of various versions; in 2019 there are 109 still in service worldwide, mostly in the CIS and Africa. It was designed to replace the veteran piston Ilyushin Il-14 transport on short to medium haul trips, optimised for operating from rough strips and unprepared airports in remote locations. The high-wing layout protects engines and blades from debris, the power-to-weight ratio is higher than that of many comparable aircraft and the machine is rugged, requiring minimal ground support equipment. Due to its rugged airframe and good performance, the An-24 was adapted to perform many secondary missions such as ice reconnaissance and engine/propeller test-bed, as well as further development to produce the An-26 tactical transport, An-30 photo-mapping/survey aircraft and An-32 tactical transport with more powerful engines. Various projects were envisaged such as a four jet short/medium haul airliner and various iterations of powerplant. The main production line was at the Kiev-Svyatoshino (now "Aviant") aircraft production plant which built 985, with 180 built at Ulan Ude and a further 197 An-24T tactical transport/freighters at Irkutsk. Production in the USSR was shut down by 1978. Production continues at China's Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation which makes licensed, reverse-engineered and redesigned aircraft as the Xian Y-7, and its derivatives. Manufacture of the Y-7, in civil form, has now been supplanted by the MA60 derivative with western engines and avionics, to improve performance and economy, and widen the export appeal. Motor Sich is a Ukrainian airline based in Zaporizhia, Ukraine. It operates passenger and cargo services, including charter and scheduled flights. Its main base is Zaporizhia International Airport. Zaporizhia International Airport (IATA: OZH, ICAO: UKDE) is the international airport that serves Zaporizhia, Ukraine one of three airfields around the city. The aircraft engine factory Motor Sich has its base here.SOURCE
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