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  1. Engine trouble caused aircraft forced landing copyrightAAIB The aircraft hit a furrow in a field and was flipped upside down A microlight aircraft landed upside down in a field after a "probable" fuel problem caused its engine to stall, a report found. The Flight Design CTSW was five nautical miles from Sywell Aerodrome in Northamptonshire when the pilot made a forced landing, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch report said. The landing gear collapsed when the plane hit a furrow, flipping the craft. The two pilots were not hurt but the plane was damaged beyond repair. The accident happened on 15 September as the pilot and passenger - another qualified pilot - were returning to the airfield after a short flight. The aircraft was returning to Sywell Aerodrome after flying over Deenethorpe Airfield and Market Harborough The report stated the engine "coughed" before stopping, forcing the pilot to choose a suitable field in order to land. However, he had no choice but to make a downwind landing, meaning "the touchdown was at a higher groundspeed than the pilot would have liked". "The pilot was beginning to apply the brakes gently to avoid locking the wheels when the nose dropped suddenly and the aircraft lurched forward, coming to rest upside down." the report said. The AAIB said the "cause of the engine failure could not be positively determined". The report concluded "the failure was probably due to a fuel supply issue". SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-46824501
  2. NASA’s InSight Mars landing: what it really took SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  3. Real or Fake? SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fa6pL1L9Zqs
  4. Courtesy of VASAviation.. in yet another bizarre incident in aviation, an emergency is declared due to a Federal Air Marshall not behaving himself (and following SOPs)!, SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  5. History Deserves to Be Remembered SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  6. Why is the LANDING GEAR TILTED? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK :
  7. Video of a very close call after student pilot had to land on a road due to engine trouble. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-44342250
  8. Vintage plane lands on beach in Devon (south west England) after engine failure... Does anyone know what type of plane this is? SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-devon-44023712/aeroplane-makes-emergency-landing-on-devon-beach
  9. AOASimulation- NEW V-22 Osprey Vertical/Short Takeoff and Landing "Tilt-Rotor" military transport. Developed by the team that brought you the F-35B Lightning II stealth fighter. Standard model features: Fully animated 3D exterior model: gear, flaps, flight controls, nacelle tilt, ramps, doors and in-flight refueling probe Fully animated prop rotor feather, fold, nacelle tilt and wing stow sequence Fully animated 3d interior cockpit model: stick, throttle, rudder pedals, switches, etc. Seven liveries: Full Scale development V-22A, HMX-1 "Marine One", Japan SDF, RCAF 103 SAR Squadron, U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command CV-22B, U.S. Marine Corps VMM-161 Greyhawks and VMM-265 Dragons MV-22B's More liveries available on the X-Plane.org freeware download manager SASL plug-in driven avionics and automated systems Default auto tilt, auto trim and auto flap control options can be switched off for full manual control if desired Rapid ground refueling, virtual in-flight refueling and refueling from AI plane options AOA Simulations F-35B features retained for the V-22 Optional HMD (Head Mounted Display) Optional dynamic head movement in flight and taxi without track IR device (aka R2c) Optional automatic target tracking feature. Tracks AI planes from cockpit with pilot head camera for realistic formation flying and in-flight refueling Optional DAS (Distributed Aperture System) enables 360 degree tracking with automatic switching to external airframe camera New Features Unique chase view "Arcade" mode and forward with nothing "Superman" mode when HMD is switched on in the cockpit before switching to either of those external views REQUIREMENT X-Plane 11.10+ (not compatible with X-Plane 10) Windows, Mac or Linux 2Gb+ VRAM Video Card Current Version: 1.1 (April 2nd 2018) VERSION HISTORY Version 1.1 (April 2nd 2018) - New PBR textures - 2 additional liveries - Fixed low RPM issue on VTOL landing - HUMVEE payload added - Simplified auto-tilt logic - No cabin load at sim start Version 1.0 (March 20th 2018) Initial release PRICE- $32.00 SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : http://store.x-plane.org/V-22-Osprey_p_786.html#tab-9 NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : http://store.x-plane.org/V-22-Osprey_p_786.html#tab-9
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  12. Checkout this aggressive landing...yeesh! LINK TO SOURCE:
  13. This is a well-done video I found, we should have a contest here with the prize being the Glory of been chosen #1
  14. ASI Safety Tip: Greasing the Landing Struggling to nail the perfect landing? Whether you’re having trouble timing your flare, or managing your airspeed, try this quick technique – and you could be landing like a pro in no time.
  15. Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet base jumped from 13,000ft in the Swiss Alps Daredevils somehow managed to glide into a moving plane over the mountains The incredible feat was caught on camera and the pair wore headcams LINK TO SOURCE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5126797/Daredevils-complete-basejump-Swiss-Alps.html
  16. While aircraft efficiency has improved over the years, noise continues to be a problem for existing aircraft and will likely be a concern for next-generation designs. During landing, when the engines are operating at reduced power, noise from the airframe, including landing gear, can be equal to or greater than the engine noise LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.nasa.gov/ames/image-feature/nasa-highlights-simulations-at-supercomputing-conference-like-aircraft-landing-gear
  17. Well I was searching for an alternative to the only good thing left in FSCloud : the landing rate popup window... I understood that the window from the stream could not be seen by the streamers from TSL as what we see as viewers is not on the client side... I first went to Simbuddy, which is a kind of a hassle cause it want to start with your computer and uses a bunch of memory you don't need when not flying. I then stumbled on some scripts in Lua, that were not easy to configure depending on your ESP version. But there is an old + very stable + easy to use + free tool called simply Landing Rate Monitor. You just start the app before your flight, and if you have text messages inside sim activated, you'll get a line stating your stats at landing directly inside the sim. You also can have the app window on top. It also filters bounces from the real landing. LINK TO SOURCE : https://client.lrmlive.com/ Best thing about it : it works with any ESP flight sim ! FSX all versions, P3D all versions, without any setting !
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