Helicopter Online Ground School https://www.HelicopterGround.com HEMS WX TOOL Web Address www.aviationweather.gov/hemst One of the best kept “WEATHER SECRETES” in aviation TOPIC: Did you know there was a weather product specifically designed for pilots who fly off airport below 5,000’? One that allows you to zoom down to street level? One that provides a color-coded graphical representation of the flight category, ceiling, visibility, icing, temperature, humidity and winds, all below 5,000 feet and at one thousand-foot intervals? Well there is, and its free. Helicopter Online Ground School BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Whether your fly an airplane, helicopter, glider, ultralight, balloon, or UAS, if you routinely fly off airport below 5,000 feet this weather tool is a must see. Originally designed by the National Center of Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in 2006 for the Helicopter Emergency Medical Services industry the “HEMS Weather Tool” is catching fire with everyone who fly below 5,000’. WEBINAR CONTENT: • Who developed the Weather Tool and why • How was it designed • What the Weather Tool is and is not • How to access the Weather Tool • How to navigate the Weather Tool site • What the Weather Tool can do for you Guest speaker: Rex Alexander email@example.com Kenny Keller Creator Helicopter Online Ground School firstname.lastname@example.org Gary Cleveland, Chief Pilot Helicopter Online Ground School email@example.com 574-767-1797
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A free ground school seminar presented by Jonathan Walter of Walter Aviation Inc., covering basic aviation weather. Part of a series of free ground schools offered to pilots and public alike this spring (2014). First attempt at offering these ground schools online live via a webinar format. For more information, updates and schedules for upcoming events and free sessions, contact us at www.walteraviation.com
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Early detection of ice accumulation is critical to the safe outcome of a flight—even for pilots flying in aircraft equipped with de-icing equipment. In this video, Tom Horne talks about what to look for, and where, to determine if your aircraft is starting to pick up ice.
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Join Online Ground School https://www.HelicopterGround.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helicopterground/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HelicopterGround/ Free PDF copy of my Amazon Best Seller Helicopter Check Ride!: https://www.helicopterground.com/pl/1856 Membership Information: http://helicopterground.kajabi.com/sp/8703-helicopter-online-ground-school Weather No 1 Member Reported Helicopter Training Struggle :Alright today I want to talk about the helicopter training struggles you guys and girls have been sending in. Weather has been coming up as the top one as of right now. Moving forward I am assuming that might change a little bit but right now weather, weather, weather keeps popping up. I want to read to you what some of the members are saying. When I did my check ride the emphasis on weather and all the PTS required weather charts and what they mean and how long they are valid and what the purpose for all are, are under talked about. Totally understandable; I get that one. Weather is something all pilots have to have a good grasp on for their entire training and career. A good start to grasping that at the private level could always be helpful. They sneak up on you and that is what I remember the most. We will cover one more; weather. There’s no factor in aviation with so many changing variables as weather. We have charts, websites, METARs etc. but so much information at our fingertips and it might as well be written in Greek sometimes. This is an area that gave me particular problems. I totally get that. Weather is kind of a pain but it is very important. It is all a part of the _____ decision making the decision whether you should even fly or not and those decisions aren’t always easy. So what we do have coming up for you is a 600-page presentation on weather that we are putting together and needless to say it is overwhelming and it is going to be overwhelming for me to get through all of it and get it all recorded but that is the next project because that is what everybody is asking for so we thought we would get some weather out there for you. Meanwhile I want to talk about some of the tools we have now in our arsenal for checking weather and so on and the Foreflight which I have been using recently I’m sure there are others out there. I know some guys said hey try this one or try that one. Foreflight is just the one I know a lot of people were using and the one I picked. I’ve been kind of slow on the technology end of things. I’ve been old school and been wanting to stick to the old ways of doing everything and now that I’ve gotten myself a mini iPad I’ve started using it and started using the Foreflight. I realized how cool this thing really is. Like right here in real time you can pull up an airport and really quickly see there’s a bunch of green, there’s some yellow. H-mmm I was going to fly that way I guess I better pay a little more attention here and see what is going on. You can at the map have a really quick view of the weather. You can go to a specific airport and get your METARs and TAFs and pull those right up and this is cool because it gives you a simple breakdown. Visibility 10 miles, view 1100, _____ 1400, overcast 2700, temperature dew point. So you can get the TAFs, you can get the METARs, and it seems like a really pretty cool weather tool to just be able to use on the fly. I’m just learning how to use this but it is cool up here like in the left-hand corner via _____ lightening click on that and you have dew point spread, temperature, visibility, surface wind, ceiling, sky coverage, _____, lightening, obstacles; really, really cool stuff and I’m glad I finally jumped onboard and started kind of learning how to use the weather on the iPad. It is really cool. So while we are putting together this new weather presentation meanwhile we do have about 20 minute weather presentation that is in preflight preparation tab under weather information so we do have that you can look at right now and we’ve got another big weather presentation coming up. Keep the feedback coming in. You can comment right down below this video if you want to relay some of your flight training struggles. We are going to keep those comments coming in and we will keep tallying them up so we can be in order and know what really are the biggest problems and we will work kind of down the list.
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Do you need an alternate? If so, how do you select one? Learn about fulfilling these legal requirements for your next IFR flight. https://alexaviation.wordpress.com/2016/10/24/alternate-airports/
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This 1960s film, Operation Ice Cloud, produced by the Vertol Division of the Boeing Company, shows viewers how a testing rig, which creates an “ice cloud,” is used to create icy conditions for testing aircraft. The film features testing on Vertol’s Model 107 transport helicopter (00:51)—also known as the Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight—as engineers subject the helicopter to two months of testing. Tests include deicing technology for helicopter blades, rotor deicing, and anti-icing of windshields and engine air inlets. Testing occurs at Uplands Airport, near Ottawa, Canada, which is home to the Royal Canadian Air Force Central Experimental and Proving Establishment (00:22), the test and evaluation center for military aircraft, and the National Aeronautical Establishment Flight Research Section (00:29), the aviation division of the National Research Council. The “spray rig” (00:42) creates a cloud of moisture that, in Canada’s sub-freezing temperatures, simulates icy conditions necessary to test helicopter ice protection systems (02:44). Engineers study how ice builds up on blades, looking at ice patterns on the blades (04:07), and test deicing technology—a fiberglass deicing blanket on the blade (04:14). An illustration demonstrates how the heating elements of the blanket work (04:46), allowing ice to build up to 3/16 inch, the ideal thickness to safely reach before triggering the deicing system. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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In this video we'll cover how to properly complete an IFR Flight Plan, along with a helpful checklist below to cover all the steps! Your Support Makes our Videos possible! Thank You! Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/fly8ma Check out our site at http://www.fly8MA.com The FLY8MA.com Free Online Ground School for Sport and Private Pilots is available to everyone as a means to make flying more affordable and increase learning for everyone. We are funded with the help of our viewers and subscribers to our website: http://www.fly8ma.com and our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/fly8ma Every dollar helps us to grow our project into a comprehensive online ground school for Sport, Private, Instrument, and Commercial Pilots. We greatly appreciate all of your support and hope you will share us with your friends and family in aviation. FLY SAFE! -Jon
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Click Here: http://helicopterground.kajabi.com/sp/8703-helicopter-online-ground-school Aviation Weather Training Online Ground School Are you struggling with all the weather there is to know to get you a pilot's license? I feel your pain, I can remember back when I got started how much of a struggle it was learning weather. We know from our members, our Helicopter Online Ground School members, and from our fans, followers, and subscribers, we polled everybody and weather comes out as their number one struggle. I want to show you our response to your need for more weather. Underneath the check-ride preparation tab, inside our ground school, we have a new tab for aviation weather. Under this section in aviation weather we have seven new weather videos with a whole ton of weather information. Under the download section we have a new weather study guide download, we have weather services study guide, NTSB 830 guide, new presentations, compliments of our CFI/law enforcement pilot/instructor. My partner helping us with all the new training, he just made this weather services study guide, we're going to show a video in there that goes along with that video, and we have the mp3 file for the video, and then we have the actual study guide right there that our members can download to their electronic device. That's our response to more weather information. Now is a good time to join our Helicopter Online Ground School membership where the momentum is growing, new presentations coming out like crazy. There's a link somewhere above, below, beside, this video depending on where you're watching this video. Find that link, click on to get more information about joining our ground school. Please give us a like, share, comment, below and we'll see you in the next video. Aviation Weather Training Online Ground School Learning Weather Helicopter Training No. 1 Reported Struggle!
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This is a quick relocation flight moving our helicopter from the hospital to the hangar due to an incoming thunderstorm.
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Helicopter Online Ground School: https://www.HelicopterGround.com Helicopter Flight Training Weather Updates Online Ground School. Well members, I want to give you a quick update on the weather section. I had a member that said, "Hey, the weather reports and forecast section's about 20 minutes, and I'm falling asleep. Can you break that into 4 smaller or several smaller videos." I did that. I took that 21 minute presentation and broke those into 4 different videos. What I want to tell you at the private level, examiners are going to ask about clouds, thunderstorms, fog, TAF's, Metar's, culling Flight Service. All of those things he's going to cover, but this weather section, the later videos in this section go pretty in-depth with the weather stuff, and some of it could be more oriented for the written because you're going to get a lot of questions on the written test that the examiner's not going to ask you in the oral for the helicopter. I'm going to share my screen with you, and I'm going to show you I think you should go through 19.2 General Weather Information, 19.3, 19.4, 19.5, 19.6. I think you should go through all of those, and then if you want to dig deeper into weather starting at 19.7 and moving on down the line, you're more than welcome to go through those. Know that those later 1 through 6 is from a more in-depth weather presentation. Definitely go through General Weather Information, go through 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the weather reports and forecast. A lot of good stuff in there that the examiners are probably going to ask you or may ask you. Again, they're going to ask you about fog, clouds, weather, Metar's, TAF's, making your go, no go decision, reading the forecast, understanding weather, and then understand going through 19.7 on, that's going to get more in-depth, things you still probably need to know, especially for the written test. Your oral, what the examiner on your private's going to be 2 or 3 hours, could be longer, but it's going to be an hour or 2 at least, maybe 3 or 4, maybe half a day, sometimes all day, but not many. The guy's not going to spend the entire on weather, but he's going to ask you the basic things that can get you in trouble with weather. Then what I want to tell you is Holley Gardel did her CFI with me last spring, showed up, did a great job, she's a great instructor, showed up, was super knowledgeable, did her CFI in less than 2 weeks because she showed up prepared. She worked with other instructors at home. She studied on her own. She went through an online ground school, showed up really, really prepared, and you've seen here in the airspace lessons probably and maybe the slope lesson that she did. Holley does a great job, and she's going to do some more presentations with me. She said, "Weather's kind of the one that I really like and would like to teach." Holley's going to be doing some new weather presentations, and we're going to update our current presentations with anything new that she does. With everything we do with online ground school, you know we're always adding, you know we're always updating, taking older presentations making them fresh and new. We got that coming up for you too. That's my advice for going through the weather right now. Keep your comments and feedback coming because you know that's how we continue to build the best helicopter training on the planet. If you're seeing this video on one of our social media outlets and you're interested in more on helicopter online ground school, go to HelicopterGround.com. There's a link in the description box below here on YouTube. If you're on Facebook, it's somewhere nearby. You could also type www.HelicopterGround.com in your browser. We're celebrating our third consecutive month in a row of record helicopter check rides and member sign up. It's absolutely awesome, so don't hesitate. Click the link, learn more, sign up, become a member of helicopter online ground school, and we'll in the next video.
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It’s an amazing , of a military helicopter landing on the deck of a rather small ship in rough seas and see the extent to which the deck of the ship is just rolling with the waves. It’s amazing they can land in these conditions. Operating helicopters onboard ships is extremely complex, due in part to the difficulty of landing a helicopter on a moving platform, but also due to numerous practical engineering ====================================================== -------Other videos : Crazy! USS INS Vikramaditya of the largest fleet of warships in the Asia https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=5WHgXnFv6IY-------- -----------Other videos : The arrival USS Anzio in support of Counter-Piracy operations https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=3q2V-uyASCs------- ====================================================== DISCLAIMER: Information, Facts or Opinion expressed in this Video are Presented as Sources and do not reflects views of Military Colonel and hence Military Colonel is not liable or responsible for the same. The Sources are responsible for accuracy, Completeness, suitaibility and Validity of any information in this Documentary.
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Presentation of the easiest way to remember the basic weather minimums contained in FAR 91.155.
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Visit: http://passfaaexams.com/ to see how we can help you put your aviation exams behind you! This time we are going to tackle all the steps necessary to go on a VFR cross country flight. All brought to you by www.passfaaexams.com If you need a flight plan log visit the link below http://privatewrittentest.com/images/navlog1280.jpg
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Calling Flight Service http://HelicopterGround.com So you want to become a Helicopter Pilot? We can help you with that! We have been helping people attain their helicopter ratings for over 10 years! Fort Wayne Helicopters Launches Online Helicopter Ground School March 14, 2012 -- In an effort to enhance the training experience of its students and helicopter students worldwide, Fort Wayne Helicopters recently launched its Online Helicopter Ground School. "We have spent a lot of time interacting with our customers and using their feedback to create a great online training platform. The response from our clients has been awesome thus far", says Kenny Keller, the owner of Fort Wayne Helicopters and developer of the online ground school. Online Helicopter Ground School Benefits: · Over 10 hours of Video · Comprehensive Helicopter Ground Training available over the Internet 24/7 · 10 modules of training divided into several different sections · Helicopter Training you can view when it fits your schedule! · New content being added daily The first series of Online Helicopter Ground Training is geared for check ride preparation. We are adding specific projects for the Robinson R-22, Schweizer 300 & Bell Jet Ranger in addition to the Enstrom Helicopter! There are to big things when learning how to fly helicopters! Number one is The Flying! That's the fun part! The not so fun part! The ground school! Common problem with flight schools, you may be getting great instruction in the aircraft, but many times the ground instruction may not be so good! With alot of places, that is just simply the case! So what are we offering? Helicopter Online Ground Training. The idea is to give you training that's available in your own home, or anywhere for that matter. Training to help you with your path to becoming a Helicopter Pilot! We currently have 10 modules of Audio Video Training. We have just added MP3 Files for each module as well. You can watch the videos, you can also download the audio files and take them with you, to listen while driving, etc. Each of the 10 modules have 3 sections each usually between 15 to 20 minutes long. Great for absorbing the material each day! If you can just find some time for a section of training each day, you could be amazed at the wealth of knowledge you will have attained in that 30 days! You can go back and review any part of the training at any time that works for you! As many times as you need to! Our training can be used for initial familiarization, check ride preparation, flight review prep, or just a refresher anytime you want to review to stay fresh! We will be continually updating and adding to our current presentation! Helicopter Jobs, Helicopter Pilot Jobs, Helicopter Hire, Helicopter Pilot Hire For the most part we fly fairly low in helicopters. Much lower than airplanes. A lot of the time it is very hard to get flight service on the radio in some locations. A student is taking off on a cross country, looking at charts, his planning, guages and instruments, making departing calls from home airport! So a option is to get absolutely everything ready to go on the ground. Helicopter preflight and fuel. Standard weather briefing and file the flight plan ahead of time. Get every single detail for the flight completed. As Danny Martin Jr. shows us above in the video, simply call flight service up on the phone and open your VFR Flight Plan! The briefer sometimes will question why you are opening over the phone. Just tell him you are standing beside the aircraft getting ready to strap in, start up, and go! One less thing to handle once you are in the air, sounds like good cockpit resource management, lighten the workload in the air! Have a safe flight Danny, don't forget to call flight service when you land! Flight Service 1-800-WX-BRIEF, Calling Flight Service
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Captain of flight Talk about(the flight interview ) How imported Weather forecasting on air ambulance flights , why air ambulance in emergency flights / helicopter cancel flights due to weather Welcome to the chats in the clouds caption Gurpeet sing from Ludhiana. Life time interview briefing of caption Gurpeet Singh says born and brought in all over India , my father was in defiance , my cpl was 1998, was working with jet airways , ncc, now am air ambulance Delhi , Air ambulance aviation mission controller questions: -why u came to this field and what the dreams was exactly claim because your father and mother from defiance ? Gurpeet Singh says my father was in maintenance guy accidentally by professions . So I was doing engineering but in aknoliogise I came some starship from NCC national credit core , learn flying after that just came at the part of time so am here, Air ambulance aviation mission controller questions: -so how many medical evacuation you done it? Gurpeet Singh says almost Forty. Air ambulance aviation mission controller questions: - What’s exactly you feel the medical evacuation helping the society? yes It is now as a patient when the medical calls comes we are ready, Air ambulance aviation mission controller questions: - what are the points still of mind ? we prepaid for fight all the time more comfortable for the patient or go for the weather report.. Air ambulance aviation mission controller questions: - You will get some privilege from aircraft control anything like that? yes we will get all the privilege. Can u tell me what are privilege get through? We get priority for everywhere landing taking off even routing we can ask for directing support of medical field. see you have to taken any coma patient like accident patient up who’s really changing the life on the board? Critical care or accident victim Like that flying from one lady I don’t remember the reason she got series, we came to air ambulance Delhi, Like to say about weather when the patient in critical, some time we cancelled our the fight due to weather tell me your point of you why u want cancel the flights, sir if u wand to save life make them saving the life rather than encounter it if we fly fly on bad weather the flight will be un comfortable, how ever the patient will be critical so the criticality point will be more , Most of the worst weather by god grace till not , but I have delly the critical patient hold 3 hour for weather clearance but we provided the patient good care Point of aviation be relax and fly in safe weather saver people good Thank you sir
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Every day pilots use various weather reports and forecasts to make many routine operational decisions. Knowing how to use this guidance within its limitations is paramount. While pilots are taught the basics, many important details are left out of their primary training. This program will discuss some common mistakes pilots make and provide a few tips on how to properly utilize this weather guidance in their day-to-day preflight planning regiment.
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This is from a great documentary called Stormchasers which was originally created for imax. It's on special at the moment for $5! You can purchase it here - http://www.umbrellaent.com.au/p-2249-imax-stormchasers.aspx If you would like this educational video removed please contact me directly.
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Pilot Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCA6387BA013F9A4D USAF Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8F26D920AA815835 more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html Instrument Flying in "Take off and unusual attitudes. USAF film from 1961 showing the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker and the North American F-100 Super Sabre."' USAF training film TF1-5342b see also: Instrument Flying Techniques: Basic Instruments USAF training film TF1-5342a https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpvAnVcHQIY Originally a public domain film from the US Air Force, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). There is a broadband hum in the vocal frequencies of this film which I cannot completely remove. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_instruments Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Flight instruments are the instruments in the cockpit of an aircraft that provide the pilot with information about the flight situation of that aircraft, such as altitude, speed and direction. The flight instruments are of particular use in conditions of poor visibility, such as in clouds, when such information is not available from visual reference outside the aircraft. The term... can include engine instruments, navigational and communication equipment... Altimeter... Attitude indicator (Artificial horizon)... Airspeed indicator... Magnetic compass... Heading indicator... Vertical speed indicator... Course deviation indicator... Radio Magnetic Indicator... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrument_meteorological_conditions Instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) is an aviation flight category that describes weather conditions that require pilots to fly primarily by reference to instruments, and therefore under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), rather than by outside visual references under Visual Flight Rules (VFR). Typically, this means flying in cloud or bad weather. Pilots sometimes train to fly in these conditions with the aid of products like Foggles, specialized glasses that restrict outside vision, forcing the student to rely on instrument indications only. The weather conditions required for flight under VFR are known as Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC). IMC and VMC are mutually exclusive. In fact, instrument meteorological conditions are defined as less than the minima specified for visual meteorological conditions. The boundary criteria between VMC and IMC are known as the VMC minima, around which are known as "marginal VMC". With good visibility, pilots can determine the attitude of the aircraft by utilising visual cues from outside the aircraft, most significantly the horizon. Without such external visual cues, pilots must use an internal cue of attitude, which is provided by gyroscopically-driven instruments such as the attitude indicator ("artificial horizon"). The availability of a good horizon cue is controlled by meteorological visibility, hence minimum visibility limits feature in the VMC minima. Visibility is also important to avoid terrain... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrument_flight_rules Instrument flight rules (IFR) is one of two sets of regulations governing all aspects of civil aviation aircraft operations; the other is visual flight rules (VFR)... Instrument flight rules permit an aircraft to operate in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) in contrast to VFR. They are also an integral part of flying in class A airspace. "Class A" airspace exists over and near the 48 contiguous U.S. states and Alaska from 18,000 feet above mean sea level to flight level 600 (approximately 60,000 feet in altitude depending on variables such as atmospheric pressure). Flight in "class A" airspace requires pilots and aircraft to be instrument equipped and rated and to be operating under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Most jet aircraft operate in "class A" airspace for the cruise portion of their flight and are therefore required to utilize IFR procedures. Procedures and training are significantly more complex as a pilot must demonstrate competency in conducting an entire cross-country flight in IMC conditions, while controlling the aircraft solely by reference to instruments. Instrument pilots must meticulously evaluate weather, create a very detailed flight plan based around specific instrument departure, en route, and arrival procedures, and dispatch the flight...
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Helicopter Online Ground School http://helicopterground.kajabi.com/sp/8703-online-helicopter-training Flight Watch & Flight Service! Memorize these! This, I'm amazed at how hard this can be. Flight Watch is 122.0, thats weather. The Flight Service Station is 122.2! Everybody messes these up, I don't know why! Lots of Pilots get these two confused. Flight Service Station provides all kinds of stuff! VFR search and rescue, DF Steer if your lost, assist aircraft in a emergency, relay ATC clearence, originate NOTAMS, broadcast weather and airspace information, Flight Plans, Moniter VAVAIDS, they provide a long list of stuff. Also memorize the emergency frequency of 121.5, the emergency locator transmitter transmits on 121.5 and a military frequency of 243.0. So memorize this information about Flight Watch & Flight Service! This is a excerpt from Version One of our Helicopter Online Ground School. We have been working very hard on our Helicopter Lessons Online. We are now starting on version 2 of our Helicopter School Online and Helicopter Training DVD's. So stay tuned for more Helicopter Flight Lessons Online on you journey to become a Helicopter Pilot.
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IHS Jane's speaks to Andy Strachan, Chief Test Pilot, Leonardo Helicopters on the flight test development of the new Norwegian AW101 All-Weather SAR Helicopter
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It’s not always easy for pilots to admit when they’re feeling a bit rusty, but it happens to all of us. Join the instructional staff at Sporty’s Academy for a flying refresher to include flying tips and techniques, regulations, airspace, weather and more! And if you’ve been away from flying for an extended period of time, we’ll also debunk some of those myths associated with rejoining the aviation community and highlight what may have changed since you last flew. Please join us to brush up on your aviation knowledge and return to the skies a safer, more proficient pilot. Buy Sporty's Rusty Pilot Kit to get back in the cockpit: http://www.sportys.com/pilotshop/rusty-pilot-kit-online.html
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Typical Cold and Rainy Day in Moscow , Taxing out and departing From runway 32L Domodedovo Airport (UUDD) . Airplane type Airbus 320 . Weather check , Engine and WinG Anti Ice Was Used ! And During Take off Roll , Max Take Off Power was Used (TOGA) ... Enjoy The moment And Let The Rain wash your Wings Please subscribe my youtube Channel and follow my pages on Instagram and Facebook for more aviation adrenaline Rush The Video Does not represent my current employer https://www.instagram.com/pilotamireh https://www.facebook.com/pilotamireh
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I took a few minutes to show you how quick and easy it is to do navigation planning on Foreflight. It saves several hours of planning time and gives you real time GPS data while you are flying. It also has the CFS built into it along with weather and fuel stops. There are so many other features that I haven't touched on as well. My name is Mischa Gelb and I own BC Helicopters with my wife Amy and my brother Sancho. I love taking the opportunity to bring you along to discover the life and adventures of a helicopter pilot. If you would like to check out our website you can go to: https://www.bchelicopters.com/ You can follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bchelicopters/ Or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mischagelb?r... I also get all my music from Epidemic Sound: http://www.epidemicsound.com/
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Top 10 most extreme plane landing (hard landing) Full HD description: In this video compilation 2018 you will see plane hard landing in extreme weather condition extreme landing airplane on water plane emergency hard landing at the forest when the engine stalled landing plane on most dangerous airports in the world And many more spectacular plane hard landing videos The link on this video - https://youtu.be/q65mCLCoEwA 📌THANKS for WATCHING📌 📌SUBSCRIBE: 📌THE TOP 10 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6t9VvQ4CDQKUO1xlTztOPA More interesting Videos on my youtube channel: Top 15 the Most EXTREME Helicopter LANDING Compilation 2018 https://youtu.be/MiTIZR1ICQw High EXPLOSIVE, TOP 33 Spectacular BUILDING DEMOLITION https://youtu.be/mrXBfupd8W0 Thanks for watching!!!
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Join Online Ground School: https://www.helicopterground.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helicopterground/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HelicopterGround/ Free PDF copy of my Amazon Best Seller Helicopter Check Ride!: https://www.helicopterground.com/pl/1856 Helicopter Pilot Weather Abort Hello everybody! Kenny with Helicopter Online Ground School! Welcome to day 19. I want to get right to the point on this one. This is all footage I got today going for maintenance and what I want to hit is 3 things on aborting a helicopter flight. This is something we need to spend a bunch more time on but something real quick. I did 5 years worth of work for Omni Flight Helicopters doing the EMS flying and that was awesome - I got to fly a BK117 an EC135. It was a ton of great experience and I think one of the best things that I ever got from there training was the chief pilot who was a former line pilot and check airman said, "if your flying along on an EMS flight and all of a sudden you find your self descending and slowing down from where you want to be to feel comfortable, it's probably a pretty good time to turn around and go home." I want to add a third on to that, if your guts telling you that too, it's probably a great idea! There are all kinds of factors that get involved in deciding when to turn around and go back or when to land and get down on the ground and get to a safe spot. We also have outside pressure no matter what kind of job your doing. It doesn't matter, they all have pressures and we have pressure we put on ourselves. So on this flight, that looks pretty bad right there by what you see in this picture. But in reality, the direction that I was really going to go was pretty descent and I had a spot opening up and everything was great. However, I had my own personal minimum set as I was flying along I knew at what point I was going to say, you know what, yes I want to get up for maintenance but if I can't get there today I'm just going to have to turn around and go home. Delay it another day and it doesn't matter what all I have going on. That's part of being a pilot and trying to make the best decisions you can and there is really a lot to that. So 3 things - and this isn't in any text book anywhere it's just something that I kind of like and tell myself. I still go back to the days when they said if your slowing down and your lowering your altitude it's a pretty good bet that's it time to be going home, turning around or finding a place to land. And if your gut is telling you as well, that's everything in life! Usually your gut is right! So if your slowing down, losing altitude and your gut is telling you it's time to go home it's probably a good time to abort and get back home. Click the like button and we'll see you tomorrow! Thanks! Fort Wayne Helicopters Launches Online Helicopter Ground School March 14, 2012 -- In an effort to enhance the training experience of its students and helicopter students worldwide, Fort Wayne Helicopters recently launched its Online Helicopter Ground School. "We have spent a lot of time interacting with our customers and using their feedback to create a great online training platform. The response from our clients has been awesome thus far", says Kenny Keller, the owner of Fort Wayne Helicopters and developer of the online ground school. Online Helicopter Ground School Benefits: · Over 10 hours of Video · Comprehensive Helicopter Ground Training available over the Internet 24/7 · 10 modules of training divided into several different sections · Helicopter Training you can view when it fits your schedule! · New content being added daily The first series of Online Helicopter Ground Training is geared for check ride preparation. We are adding specific projects for the Robinson R-22, Schweizer 300 & Bell Jet Ranger in addition to the Enstrom Helicopter! Helicopter Pilot Weather Abort
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Pilot Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCA6387BA013F9A4D more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association training film. 'Technical Adviser: Leslie A. Bryan, Director, Institute of Aviation, University of Illinois. Chief Flight Instructor: Jesse W. Stonecipher. Flight Instructor: Jack Eggspeuhler... Beech Aircraft Corporation. Film production by Film Originals.' Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrument_flight_rules Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Instrument flight rules (IFR) is one of two sets of regulations governing all aspects of civil aviation aircraft operations; the other is visual flight rules (VFR). FAA's Instrument Flying Handbook defines IFR as: "Rules and regulations established by the FAA to govern flight under conditions in which flight by outside visual reference is not safe. IFR flight depends upon flying by reference to instruments in the flight deck, and navigation is accomplished by reference to electronic signals. It is also a term used by pilots and controllers to indicate the type of flight plan an aircraft is flying, such as an IFR or VFR flight plan... Visual flight rules... Flights operating under VFR are flown solely by reference to outside visual cues (horizon, buildings, flora, etc.) which permit navigation, orientation, and separation from terrain and other traffic. Thus, cloud ceiling and flight visibility are the most important variables for safe operations during all phases of flight... ...typical daytime VFR minimums for most airspace is 3 statute miles of flight visibility and a cloud distance of 500' below, 1,000' above, and 2,000' feet horizontally. Flight conditions reported as equal to or greater than these VFR minimums are referred to as visual meteorological conditions (VMC). Visual flight rules can be simpler than IFR, and require significantly less training and practice. VFR provides a great degree of freedom, allowing pilots to go where they want, when they want, and allows them a much wider latitude in determining how they get there. Pilots are not required to file a flight plan... VFR pilots may use cockpit instruments as secondary aids to navigation and orientation, but are not required to. However, any aircraft operating under IFR must have the required equipment on board... Instrument flight rules Instrument flight rules permit an aircraft to operate in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) in contrast to VFR. They are also an integral part of flying in class A airspace. "Class A" airspace exists over and near the 48 contiguous U.S. states and Alaska from 18,000 feet above mean sea level to flight level 600 (approximately 60,000 feet in altitude depending on variables such as atmospheric pressure). Flight in "class A" airspace requires pilots and aircraft to be instrument equipped and rated and to be operating under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Most jet aircraft operate in "class A" airspace for the cruise portion of their flight and are therefore required to utilize IFR procedures... a pilot must demonstrate competency in conducting an entire cross-country flight in IMC conditions, while controlling the aircraft solely by reference to instruments. Instrument pilots must meticulously evaluate weather, create a very detailed flight plan based around specific instrument departure, en route, and arrival procedures, and dispatch the flight... Pilot To fly under IFR, a pilot must have an instrument rating and must be current (meet recency of experience requirements). In the United States, to file and fly under IFR, a pilot must be instrument-rated and, within the preceding six months, have flown six instrument approaches, as well as holding procedures and course interception and tracking with navaids... Practicing instrument approaches can be done either in the instrument meteorological conditions or in visual meteorological conditions -- in the latter case, a safety pilot is required so that the pilot practicing instrument approaches can wear a view-limiting device which restricts his field of view to the instrument panel. A safety pilot's primary duty is to observe and avoid other traffic...
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This is a video showing how to mark up a chart for a single leg of a journey. We discuss measuring tracks, adding drift lines, adding check points and also some helpful tips. If you want to try this at home you need: A Chart (1:250000 or 1:500000) Ruler & Protractor (a plotter works, but the accuracy isn't as good) Marker pens (Perm, not water based!) Dry wipe marker Cleaning cloth/rag/tissue As ever, a disclaimer that this is in no way intended to be a substitute for professional training from a qualified flight instructor!
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top 15 most EXTREME landings and the best helicopter pilot skills in hard situations You will see the best pilot skills during professional helicopter landing and flying in hard situation Professional skills of pilots during hard landing in mountains and other hard to reach places for people rescue heli pilot professional landings pro, most dangerous landings, emergency helicopter landing at storm, landing on the road and much more for people who want to become professional helicopter pilots 📌The link For More Top 10 Best Videos 📌 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6t9VvQ4CDQKUO1xlTztOPA/videos
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We’re usually able to make fairly solid go/no-go decisions well in advance of a planned flight. But when conditions are marginal, the decision to launch, postpone, or cancel can be tricky. In this installment of the AOPA Air Safety Institute’s Weather Wise video series, we look at factors to consider when the weather complicates your plans. This video was prepared by the AOPA Foundation under award NA12NWS4680015 from the National Weather Service, U.S. Department of Commerce. The statements, findings, conclusions, and recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Weather Service or the U.S. Department of Commerce.
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Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) -- 'Safe skies for all' CASA regulates civil aviation safety in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft outside Australian territory. We license pilots, register aircraft, oversee safety and promote safety awareness. CASA is also responsible for ensuring Australian airspace is administered and used safely. Follow CASA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CivilAviatio... Follow CASA on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/CASABriefing Connect with CASA on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/civi... Experience the world of Flight Safety Australia: http://www.flightsafetyaustralia.com/ Visit the CASA Online Store: http://shop.casa.gov.au/
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Helicopter Ground School https://www.helicopterground.com Class G Airspace Weather Minimums Helicopter Online Ground School. Hello. I'm Kenny Keller, the creator of Helicopter Online Ground School. This is a video on the updated weather minimums in Class G for helicopters. I'm making this video to post for our members as we update the different presentations within our site. My reference for this presentation is the Fair Aim 2016. We go to 91.155 under Part 91. We're going to scroll up to Class G under the heading For Helicopters. We have For Helicopters, day and night. The day is 1/2 statute mile, clear of clouds. Night, 1 statute mile, clear of clouds. Next, we go to more than 1,200 feet above the surface, but less than 10,000 feet MSL. Day is 1 statute mile, and the 5 1 2 rule; 500 feet below, 1,000 feet above, 2,000 feet horizontal. For the night, more than 1,200 feet above the surface, but less than 10,000. 3 statute miles, and again the 5 1 2 which is 500 feet below, 1,000 feet above, 2,000 feet horizontal. Then, we have more than 1,200 feet above the surface at or above 10,000 feet MSL. Which is then 5 statute miles, 1,000 feet below, 1,000 feet above, and 1 statute mile horizontally from the clouds. Again, that's Class G for helicopters. If you want to look us up yourself or tab it in your Far Aim manual, 91.155 Basic VFR Weather Minimums. Add any comments you'd like to make down below, and we'll see you in the next video. Class G Airspace Weather Minimums Helicopter Online Ground School
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Link to certificate, WINGS credit, and ASI transcript: http://bit.ly/ACSITDCert Description: This Accident Case Study is a re-creation of an accident that occurred in suburban Chicago on November 26, 2011. The 207-hour non-instrument-rated private pilot took off from Marion, Indiana, in a Cirrus SR20, and was flying to DuPage Airport, near Chicago. On board were his two daughters, and the boyfriend of the younger daughter. The purpose of the flight was to bring the older daughter back to college and then return home to Indiana. All four occupants were killed when the aircraft plunged to the ground after nearly two hours of flight time. To learn more, check out our VFR into IMC safety spotlight at www.airsafetyinstitute.org/spotlight/vfrintoimc. Please visit the AOPA Foundation at www.aopafoundation.org/donate to learn how you can participate in funding future safety programs by the Air Safety Institute.
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Always-on connectivity is a key for a helicopter operator. Whether you’re an executive flying between meetings or a law enforcement officer on duty, having the ability to communicate and share weather, positioning, and aircraft condition information is key to your mission. Learn the ins and outs of connectivity in the unique helicopter environment: http://hwll.co/satcom VHoneywell Aerospace innovates and integrates thousands of products and services to advance and easily deliver safe, efficient, productive and comfortable experiences worldwide. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoEXFVPJYdvlmwyp3Sz8QRw?sub_confirmation=1 Visit us on the web: http://aerospace.honeywell.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Honeywell_Aero Like Honeywell Aerospace on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HoneywellAero LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/honeywell-aerospace Instagram https://www.instagram.com/honeywell_aero/ Honeywell is inventing technologies that address some of the world’s toughest challenges in energy efficiency, clean energy generation, safety and security, globalization and customer productivity. With approximately 132,000 employees worldwide, including more than 22,000 engineers and scientists, we have an unrelenting focus on performance, quality, delivery, value and technology in everything we make and do. We are building a world that’s safer and more secure, more comfortable and energy efficient, more innovative and productive. We are Honeywell. http://www.youtube.com/Honeywell
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Sample flight plan for instructional purpose. Anchorage Sectional Kenai Alaska (PAEN) to Seward Alaska (PAWD) This single leg cross-country flight includes: - locating an airport on a sectional using coordinates - using a plotter to measure distance & true course (TC) - recording pertinent data on a navigation log - locating winds aloft data - using the E6-B to find - wind correction angle (WCA) - true airspeed (TAS) - ground speed (GS) - calculating time- distance
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Krrish 3 is a 2013 Bollywood superhero science fiction film produced and directed by Rakesh Roshan. It is the third film in the Krrish series following Koi... Mil Gaya (2003) and Krrish (2006). The film stars Hrithik Roshan, Vivek Oberoi, Priyanka Chopra, and Kangna Ranaut in the lead roles. The story follows the life of Rohit Mehra, a scientist, and Krishna "Krrish" Mehra, his superhero son, who face an elaborate conspiracy orchestrated by the evil genius Kaal and his female henchman Kaya. In the process, Krishna's pregnant wife Priya is kidnapped by Kaal and the form-changing Kaya takes her place at the Mehra home and eventually falls in love with Krishna. For more info krrish 3 aeroplane scene https://www.google.co.in/#q=krrish+3
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Join Online Ground School: https://www.helicopterground.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helicopterground/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HelicopterGround/ Free PDF copy of my Amazon Best Seller Helicopter Check Ride!: https://www.helicopterground.com/pl/1856 Pilot Weather Briefings! Hello everybody, welcome to Day 17 of the Helicopter 3's. I was doing some ground with Justin this morning and said "What should we shoot today?" We were talking about some cross country stuff and he didn't know for sure about the three briefings. Wasn't sure exactly what they are and what the differences were. The three Weather Briefings are Standard, Abbreviated and Outlook. This morning we were going to go and do a cross country flight to get some maintenance and the weather was too bad and we didn't go. If we would have called this morning, because we thought about going, and gotten a standard weather briefing which is that you are calling for the first time today and just getting the information for a proposed flight, and then decided not to go, then we call again and get an abbreviated. Say that you call in the morning, decide not to go and you call a few hours later and you get an abbreviated briefing. This is just as example of how the standard and abbreviated works. Then you have your outlook briefing. An outlook briefing is for a flight that is six hours or more in the future. It is not because you want to go to the beach tomorrow and you're just going to bug the guy from flight service. You are calling about an actual proposed flight that is further than six hours into the future and you want to get a general idea about the weather and if the flight is going to be feasible or not. So those are just a quick breakdown of the three types of briefings. Examiner is going to ask about them because you have to know these three. You have to know them for your written test, you have to know them when you are calling up flight service and have an intelligent conversation with the guy. So it helps to know the three and the differences and when to use them. Thanks for stopping by, please click the Like button, leave comments with feedback as always and we will see you on Day 18. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltyeawsEKcc Fort Wayne Helicopters Launches Online Helicopter Ground School March 14, 2012 -- In an effort to enhance the training experience of its students and helicopter students worldwide, Fort Wayne Helicopters recently launched its Online Helicopter Ground School. "We have spent a lot of time interacting with our customers and using their feedback to create a great online training platform. The response from our clients has been awesome thus far", says Kenny Keller, the owner of Fort Wayne Helicopters and developer of the online ground school. Online Helicopter Ground School Benefits: · Over 10 hours of Video · Comprehensive Helicopter Ground Training available over the Internet 24/7 · 10 modules of training divided into several different sections · Helicopter Training you can view when it fits your schedule! · New content being added daily The first series of Online Helicopter Ground Training is geared for check ride preparation. We are adding specific projects for the Robinson R-22, Schweizer 300 & Bell Jet Ranger in addition to the Enstrom Helicopter! Pilot Weather Briefings
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25th helicopter training flight in an R22. Night cross country & reporting a fire threatening houses and more... Click "SHOW MORE" below for a list of quick jump links notes, tips, etc. 01:00 use taxiways and stay on center lines to avoid hidden obstacles at night 02:00 hover a bit higher due to reduced depth perception and illusions 02:40 don't forget to properly clear both directions before taking a runway, even at night 03:50 difference between stop and go versus touch and go 04:10 good habit to only takeoff and land on runways (not taxiways) at night due to the guaranteed clearance of runways 06:40 pilot controlled lighting 07:00 verify correct runway using compass 07:15 try not to stare at the spotlight on the ground - look down the runway 07:35 stay aligned with runway centerline until at safe altitude (500' AGL) 08:30 gauge check before leaving pattern 08:40 discussion on engine failure at night - fly higher than normal and aim for well lit areas 10:05 turn cockpit lighting down as eyes adjust to the darkness to have better night vision outside the cockpit 11:05 open VFR flight plan with McMinnville Radio (FSS) 14:40 check actual needle positions of temperatures and pressures once in cruise to identify any trends 15:55 the hazards of flying over unlit areas at night -even with a full moon and clear skies you can have problems identifying terrain and horizon 17:15 fly high and over the roads to help avoid unseen terrain 17:35 takes 30 minutes for eyes to adapt to night 18:20 plan night cross country altitudes using highest terrain in the area (maximum elevation figure - MEF on sectional charts) 18:45 turn on landing light when approaching airports or other traffic to help find each other 19:35 looking for airport beacon at night (green and white) 20:10 activating pilot controlled lights 20:20 stay high (at least pattern attitude) until aligned with runway and then use PAPI/VASI if they have one (good to brief airport in advance) 22:40 aim to land further down runway to keep best clearance in case of too low approach due to illusions etc 23:05 try to put a distance to 'extended' calls - 3 mile extended final 25:00 make the approach slow and to a slightly higher hover at night and try not to focus on the landing light 25:35 'closed traffic' means staying in the pattern 26:15 climb to at least traffic pattern altitude while still over the 'safe' runway before turning into darkness 28:40 above 60-70 kts the vertical stabilizer will keep the aircraft mostly in trim if you step off the pedals 31:00 getting VFR flight following (traffic advisories) from Seattle Center 31:10 you can ask FSS like McMennville Radio for radio frequencies 36:20 traffic alert - ideal phraseology is "negative contact" rather than "looking for traffic" 37:30 monitor temperature and dew point spread to predict fog forming on clear nights over the high desert 40:00 once on with ATC (center, approach, tower etc) don't change frequency (with some exceptions) without request/notify 42:10 how does airspace change when a tower closes? E or G 44:00 at night it is easy to accidentally knock a radio volume knob as you reach down in the dark to do something else 49:20 requesting temporary frequency change 50:45 head to 'safe' area of airport rather than cutting corners over unlit terrain 52:35 adjust pilot controlled lighting to lowest intensity when on final (3 clicks) 1:01:30 jump in video to nearer Madras (to save camera battery) 1:06:50 pilot controlled lighting should stay on 15 minutes 1:08:15 reading a VASI white over white, etc 1:11:45 taxiway hold lines 1:13:20 startup at Madras after stopping for fuel 1:14:10 tailwind takeoff - experience the symptoms 1:18:13 jump in video to nearer Redmond (to save camera battery) 1:18:30 VFR traffic advisories 1:29:25 MALSR - medium intensity approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lights 1:32:00 find a road to follow over unlit areas 1:36:40 have runways numbers of intended destinations on kneeboard 1:37:30 again, don't be tempted to fly direct to an airport once sighted at night, consider what is between you 1:40:50 memorize pre-landing checklist 1:42:45 PAPI gives protection out to 4 miles within 10 degrees of centerline on glide slope 1:52:00 checking back in with the lovely sounding controller at Seattle Center for ft traffic advisories 1:53:30 jump in video to nearer Bend (to save camera battery) 2:00:20 full moon may be below the horizon 2:00:40 student spots fire next to houses 2:08:40 911 on cell phone to local dispatch is best way to get all the info passed on directly. But if unable to use phone through headset, contact ATC to report the fire 2:11:20 get as much night time, especially cross country night as you can. - some jobs require 100 and some as high as 250 night hours - and it is very hard to get outside of the flight school
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top 10 best pilots in extreme landings for people who like plane video landings and how the airplanes and helicopters pilots landed in extreme conditions aviation landing videos in full hd The link on this video: https://youtu.be/YsVUshuuesI 📌THANKS for WATCHING📌 More interesting Videos on my channel 📌THE TOP 10 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6t9VvQ4CDQKUO1xlTztOPA
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Link to certificate, WINGS credit, and ASI transcript: http://bit.ly/ACSTimeLapse Description: One of the great advances in general aviation in recent years has been the widespread availability of datalink weather. Like any technology, though, it can be used improperly. Come along as we examine a tragic accident that highlights an important and often-overlooked limitation of datalink radar. To learn more, check out our Thunderstorm Avoidance safety spotlight at www.airsafetyinstitute.org/spotlight/thunderstorms. Please visit the AOPA Foundation at www.aopafoundation.org/donate to learn how you can participate in funding future safety programs by the Air Safety Institute. Excerpt from video transcript: It’s just before ten o’clock on the night of December 19, 2011. In a house near Bryan, Texas, the gentle patter of light rain is suddenly interrupted by a sound like an explosion—loud and violent—but not like thunder. Outside, in what has now become a deluge, the source of the noise soon becomes apparent. A short distance away—strung out and shattered into a dozen pieces, lie the barely recognizable remains of a light aircraft—it’s five occupants beyond help. Soon, emergency responders are on site documenting the scene, doing what has to be done. There’s one simple question on everyone’s mind: What went wrong? Watch the video to learn more!
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Here's a short video that presents a memory aid graphic that allows you to remember the VFR cloud clearance and visibility requirements for all types of airspace in which you might fly. It only takes about 10 minutes to memorize this graphic. Draw it on a piece of paper a few times and you'll have it down. You'll be an airspace master! Check out my "Understanding Airspace" eLearning course to learn many more unique things about today's modern airspace system. To download this memory aid graphic, please visit my FREE CFI Tools Page and scroll down to bottom then click link: https://rodmachado.com/pages/free-flight-instructor-elearning-tools.
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Today we flew from Okhotsk to Magadan. We attempted another leg but had to turn back due to weather. We are planning to cross 45 countries in 84 days. We are planning to set a world record for equatorial antipode circumnavigation. That means touching two opposite points on the planet and crossing the equator. This trip is being sponsored by EIGHT The Health Lounge https://www.8healthlounge.com/ We are calling this trip EPIC which stands for Empowering People and Inspiring Change. We want to inspire young people to pursue a life they can be passionate about. Choose something they can put their heart into and pursue it with their whole heart. We also feel that living a healthy lifestyle goes in perfect unison with an entrepreneurial lifestyle. If you aren’t healthy it’s hard to live a passionate filled life. We want to give a huge thank you to G.A.S.E for their support with handling and flight dispatching. http://www.gasupportegypt.com/ You can follow us on our website at https://www.epicworldtour.com/ Also you need to check out Diogo's amazing work on his latest vlog over at the EPIC World Tour YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChXkpFgaM1J2oSZJsK67Y8A Also be sure to check out our Instagram channels: @pilot_yellow @bchelicopters @epicworldtour
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Helicopter Ground School: https://www.helicopterground.com Cross Country Planning Robinson R-44 Helicopter Ferry Flight Online Ground School Hello I’m Kenny Keller the creator of Helicopter Online Ground School. I have something new and cool for our Helicopter Ground School Members. Helicopter Cross Country Planning for the Robinson R44 section. As well as some of the other different sections inside Helicopter Online Ground School. We are proud to announce the addition Robinson R44 Helicopter to Helicopter Ground School. We are doing a cross-country trip out to Sioux Falls, South Dakota to get the Robinson R-44 Helicopter and bring it back to here to The Plymouth Municipal Airport in Plymouth Indiana. What I'm going to do during the trip ... Try to record as much of the trip as I can as far as some of the preparation, some of the cross-country stuff getting ready to go, little bit about the trip. I think it can be a learning experience, number one. Number two, interesting, too. Actually documenting a cross-country trip. I'm really excited about having New Robinson R-44 Helicopter Training Videos. Some of you know we have an Robinson R-44 section, which is all presentations built off the POH. We will have a R44 now available, that I will be able to use for training. Yes, of course, that means R44 pre-flight, R44 specific stuff, R44 maneuvers. Going to be lots of cool, new content. This is going to be fun, too. Again, making this trip, planning on documenting as much as I can as far as the trip, the airports we're going to be, fuel stops. We're going to use iPad, we'll probably have sectional charts, too. We will have a course. We will plan fuel stops. What classes of airspace are we going to be flying through on the way home. We're going to be looking for military operations areas. It should really be a neat deal. I'm really excited. Again, it's going to be a lot of content for a lot of different sections throughout the site. As we film it, we'll put the appropriate pieces in the appropriate areas. I hope you're ready for some new content. Robinson R-44 Helicopter Flight Training Videos, cross-country content, airspace content. A lot of good stuff is going to come from this, along with all of the other cool things that we've got going on for you. The New Helicopter Online Ground School site is amazing. Your comments have been amazing. Please, keep making the comments. Keep putting them down below, in the boxes. I'm just so excited, and so thrilled that we have such an awesome start in 2016. Keep tuning in. Keep watching for new updates. Comment below. We'll see you in the next video. Cross Country Planning Robinson R-44 Helicopter Ferry Flight Online Ground School
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Using live ATC for flight following and weather and using VFR with Foreflight to thread the needle between two rain showers.
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Russian Federal Aviation Agency (Rosaviation) has certified the Ka-226T helicopter as fit for operation at high temperatures. The certification makes it possible to start exporting the helicopters to countries with the hot climate. Ka-226T is a product of Russian Helicopters Holding, a subsidiary of Rostec State Corporation. Rosaviation issued the certificate based on testing carried out by Russian Helicopters specialists and Iran Helicopter Support and Renewal Company technicians in Iran in September 2017. The testing was done in order to prove normal functioning of the machine at outdoor temperature of up to 50 degrees centigrade. “The potential users of our helicopter had a chance to learn about its capabilities at a news conference we had upon completion of the testing in Iran last fall. Naturally, the official approval will help us negotiate with companies interested to purchase the machine” - Russian Helicopters Holding Director General Andrey Boginsky acknowledged. Ka-226T light multi-purpose helicopter features two turbo shaft 580 h. p. engines and full electronic control as well as modern airborne avionics. Operating speed is 220 km/h, operating ceiling - 5700 m. The machine has gross take-off weight of 3.6 tons and can carry up to 1 ton of cargo. Russian Helicopters has entered into an agreement with HAL of India to manufacture over 200 machines both for use in India and for exports. A joint venture company has been formed for the purpose. The helicopter incorporates a modular design and can be easily adapted for different functionalities. It can be operated from small-sized touchdown sites and heliport decks, is suitable for around-the-clock operation, and boasts of unlimited all-weather capability. Source :- http://www.defenseworld.net Disclaimer- This channel is for defence related news worldwide . We try to give you true news related to each and every aspects of defence . It is either country, defence weapon, air Force, army ,navy, military or anything we will try to fully explain . The content specially news we upload are taken from various news channels and media houses . we never claim it is 100 % on our behalf but we try to deliver you exact without rumours . our news is specially related to india . As India is a growing country specially in defence under narendra modi BJP government . Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/DefenceTube Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/defencetube Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/DefenceTube Check my all playlist : https://www.youtube.com/defencetube/playlist
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