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Discussion in 'Hangar Flying' started by autoreply, Oct 20, 2011.
I would love to fly a Jungmeister just once.
I did.....a dream..!
this green Jungmeister is fantastic...and his pilot knows about....(around 30")
so...only 17 minutes....pure happyness, just remember, this guy have no engine at all..ho, yes, slow wind over the hill..I begin to love Bosnia!
Is that you doing the inverted spin?
..NO!......it is" kind of" world championship"....I am far from that level!
Shared for the audio track...
Sometimes this world is just full of wonder...
Planes of FAME 2019:
Also an Pilatus P-2 there:
Here is the FLIGHT of the PHOENIX remake analyzed:
Yeah, I’ve seen this guy before. I had to laugh as I watched him put the movie in the small inset frame (in many of his other reviews) while he remained highlighted in the main frame trying to do an intent stare at the movie. I also think that he is solely a product of an ATP school because his real aviation knowledge seems to be limited to airline flying and the rest seems to be hearsay or guesswork.
I guess I shouldn’t criticize though... I am a nervous wreck anytime I have to go in front of a camera.
How would you compare the remake to the real one ?
My comment wasn’t about the movie, but about the reviewer. However, since you asked, I haven’t seen the new version, but I was quite impressed by the original, and the rebuilt plane at the end was a real plane they built up from parts and flew for the movie (pilot Paul Mantz was killed in the crash landing of that plane). The characters in the original seemed to truly be in a dire straits, unlike scenes he showed from the new movie where it seemed like they were living it up at a resort instead of being in a life and death situation in the desert.
Lynyrd Skynyrd 1977 crash:
Henry Ford's aviation contribution:
Speedboat, is there a way to down load this video, I have some friends that would be interested in seeing this.
If you click on the "Share" arrow in the upper-right corner of the video image, you can get a link that you can send to your friends. The video is on YouTube, and so accessible to anyone who has an internet connection.
Super Hercules at Farnborough 2018:
I gotta have one of those.
Does anyone know how big the cargo bay is ?
I got it...55 ft.
Intermediate Axis Theorem
Physics behind one of my future aerobatic tricks
I bet the farnborough fire crews take bets on who'll crash each time the show takes place.
That convinced me...I think I'll buy 3 new super Hercules planes..as soon as my monetary matters get a bit better. Loans are not given if your pockets are empty as they say.
I need a transport system to deliver new kinda wind turbines fast..across the globe.
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