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Instrument Flying Techniques: Basic Instruments 1961 US Air Force Training Film TF1-5342a 30min
 
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more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html Instrument Flying with basic instruments. USAF film from 1961 using a Boeing B-52. With nice clear closeups of the B-52 instrument panel. US Air Force Training Film TF1-5342a see also TF1-5342b Instrument Flying in Takeoff & Unusual Attitudes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yHszBWQIsc Public domain film from the United States Air Force, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization. There is a broadband hum in the vocal frequencies of this film which I cannot completely remove. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_instruments 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 is sometimes used loosely as a synonym for cockpit instruments as a whole, in which context it 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). 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... 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.[8] 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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Ask ATC: Flight Following vs. Flight Plan
 
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You’ve filed a VFR flight plan. Do you also need VFR flight following? Air traffic controllers explain the difference between the two VFR services. Learn why it makes sense to also request flight following. Ask ATC is produced in partnership with NATCA and the FAA.
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Flight plan
 
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Flight plans are documents filed by a pilot or flight dispatcher with the local Civil Aviation Authority prior to departure which indicate the plane's planned route or flight path. Flight plan format is specified in the ICAO Doc 4444. They generally include basic information such as departure and arrival points, estimated time en route, alternate airports in case of bad weather, type of flight, the pilot's information, number of people on board and information about the aircraft itself. In most countries, flight plans are required for flights under IFR, but may be optional for flying VFR unless crossing international borders. Flight plans are highly recommended, especially when flying over inhospitable areas, such as water, as they provide a way of alerting rescuers if the flight is overdue. In the United States and Canada, when an aircraft is crossing the Air Defense Identification Zone, either an IFR or a special type of VFR flight plan called a DVFR flight plan must be filed. For IFR flights, flight plans are used by air traffic control to initiate tracking and routing services. For VFR flights, their only purpose is to provide needed information should search and rescue operations be required, or for use by air traffic control when flying in a "Special Flight Rules Area". This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Pilot Life - Planning a Flight
 
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If you wonder how I plan my flights...watch this video. A BIG thank you to all my Patrons. Bruce made this video possible. If you want to be part of the team and would want to help support my videos...Patreon is a great way! I thank you for any support. https://www.patreon.com/steveo1kinevo The Boosted Board is my favorite airplane accessory. Use my referral link to buy one and save $100 http://boostedboards.com/?ct-referral-code=lgCLHhg3
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Flight Management Systems Explained
 
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Today we learn about the Flight Management System, often called a FMS or FMC, and look at why it's such an important feature in modern aircraft. The system is often controlled using a Control Display Unit or CDU in the cockpit and it reduces a pilot's workload. I have a Patreon page so if this video was valuable and you would like to support me to give me the opportunity to continue making videos like this, you can check out my Patreon at this link... https://patreon.com/doofer911 Copyright © 2016 - Doofer911 - All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER: While this video is intended for educational purposes, I must stress that I am not a professional pilot or instructor and I am not certified in any way with regards to aviation or education. Every subject I talk about is based on my personal study and understanding. Therefore the information I give may be incorrect or inaccurate and should NOT be used as a reference for real world flying.
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Flight Service Video: ICAO Flight Plans, FAA Release "Fall 2017"
 
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NEW! Coordinate with release "Fall 2017" (1080HD for best viewing) Helpful hints for filing an ICAO flight plan using the Flight Service Pilot Web. Sign up for the Flight Service Pilot Web and learn more at https://www.1800wxbrief.com/ and https://twitter.com/1800wxbrief
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Total Electrical Failure at NIGHT - Low time pilot - POV Flying
 
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This pilot's abilities are tested as he faces a serious situation trying to land at night with an electrical failure. Watch in HD - Cessna 172 General note regarding Electrical Failures: Most airplanes are designed in such a way that all major systems (such as primary flight controls and engine(s) will continue to function fine in the event of an electrical failure. In fact, many airplanes that do not need to operate near controlled airspace, do not have electrical systems at all. However, things like radios, lights, transponders, electronic flaps, and so on, are obviously going to be unavailable in the event of an electrical failure, so it is a serious if not dire situation - especially at night. As for the specifics of this situation, I got the following additional info from Steven: There was a dead cell in the battery that obviously caused some sort of electrical short when the load became too great. Pretty sure they just replaced the battery and the system was fine. EDIT: There is a great comment thread on reddit about this, and it links back to an older thread discussing the raw footage. - most questions that come up have been answered in one the threads: http://www.reddit.com/r/flying/comments/29bzea/my_night_time_electrical_failure_got_flight/ Thanks to Steven Martinet for sharing this footage and being willing to be "Flight Chopped" :) More of his flying videos can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/user/prometheus5500/videos 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.Feed back is invited; however, please keep it positive
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Accident Case Study: Final Approach
 
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Brought to you by AOPA Insurance (insurance.aopa.org) Link to certificate, WINGS credit, and ASI transcript: http://bit.ly/ACSFACert Description: On January 13, 2013, a Piper Arrow collided with trees during an emergency approach to Delaware’s Dover Air Force Base. Come along as we re-create the pilot's final flight, and seek to understand the circumstances that led him down a path to disaster.
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Instrument Flight Procedures: Departure & Approach 1964 US Navy Training Film; Vought F-8 Crusader
 
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Pilot Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCA6387BA013F9A4D US Navy Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA40407C12E5E35A7 more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html The Vought F-8 Crusader is featured in "Instrument Flight Procedures: Departure & Approach Phases."' Produced by Bray Studios. US Navy Training Film MN-9896b Originally a public domain film from the US Navy, 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). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrument_approach Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ An instrument approach, or instrument approach procedure (IAP), is a series of predetermined maneuvers for the orderly transfer of an aircraft under instrument flight conditions from the beginning of the initial approach to a landing or to a point from which a landing may be made visually. These approaches are approved in the United States by the FAA or the United States Department of Defense for the military. The ICAO defines an instrument approach as a series of predetermined maneuvers by reference to flight instruments with specific protection from obstacles from the initial approach fix, or where applicable, from the beginning of a defined arrival route to a point from which a landing can be completed and thereafter, if landing is not completed, to a position at which holding or enroute obstacle clearance criteria apply. There are three types of IAPs: precision approach (PA), approach with vertical guidance (APV), and nonprecision approach (NPA). A PA uses a navigation system that provides course and glidepath deviation. Examples include precision approach radar (PAR), instrument landing system (ILS), and GBAS landing system (GLS). An APV also uses a navigation system for course and glidepath deviation, just not to the same standards as a PA. Examples include baro-VNAV, localizer type directional aid (LDA) with glidepath, LNAV/VNAV and LPV. An NPA uses a navigation system for course deviation but does not provide glidepath information. These approaches include VOR, NDB and LNAV. NPAs are flown to a minimum descent altitude (MDA). IAP charts are aeronautical charts that portray the aeronautical data that is required to execute an instrument approach to an airport. Besides depicting topographic features, hazards and obstructions, they depict the procedures and airport diagram. Each procedure chart uses a specific type of electronic navigation system such as an NDB, TACAN, VOR, ILS/MLS and RNAV. The chart name reflects the primary navigational aid (NAVAID), if there is more than one straight-in procedure or if it is just a circling-only procedure. A communication strip on the chart lists frequencies in the order they are used. Minimum, maximum and mandatory altitudes are depicted in addition to the minimum safe altitude (MSA) for emergencies. A cross depicts the final approach fix (FAF) altitude on NPAs while a lightning bolt does the same for PAs. NPAs depict the MDA while a PA shows both the decision altitude (DA) and decision height (DH). Finally, the chart depicts the missed approach procedures in plan and profile view, besides listing the steps in sequence. Before satellite navigation was available for civilian aviation, the requirement for large land-based navigation aid (NAVAID) facilities generally limited the use of instrument approaches to land-based (i.e. asphalt, gravel, turf, ice) runways (and those on aircraft carriers). GNSS technology allows, at least theoretically, to create instrument approaches to any point on the Earth's surface (whether on land or water); consequently, there are nowadays examples of water aerodromes (such as Rangeley Lake Seaplane Base in Maine, United States) that have GNSS-based approaches... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vought_F-8_Crusader The Vought F-8 Crusader (originally F8U) was a single-engine, supersonic, carrier-based air superiority jet aircraft built by Vought for the United States Navy and Marine Corps, replacing the Vought F7U Cutlass, and for the French Navy. The first F-8 prototype was ready for flight in February 1955. The F-8 served principally in the Vietnam War. The Crusader was the last American fighter with guns as the primary weapon, earning it the title "The Last of the Gunfighters".
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My first solo real IFR flight from KHWD to KSBP
 
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At the departure airport bases were about 2000ft. I started popping out of clouds 30 minutes into the flight at about 7000ft. http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N2800F/history/20160116/1919Z/KHWD/KSBP
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X Plane 11 - Basics [1/3] Flight Plan
 
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Please consider being my Patron here: https://patreon.com/xcheck Thank you all for your support! --- This is the first part of a 3 part tutorial! This tutorial is to get new simmers up and running with X-Plane 11 and the default 737 aircraft. Watch part 2 here: https://youtu.be/WyiD-TqgJaQ Watch part 3 here: https://youtu.be/BweKdBkI4Js Watch the start-up procedures tutorial here: https://youtu.be/zqsGvu-0I2w Watch the ILS tutorial here: https://youtu.be/OTThaguGt_Q Watch the camera tutorial here: https://youtu.be/rXQAzQ7vzds Watch the auto-pilot tutorial here: https://youtu.be/EpAEsyAxL5c Watch the lights tutorial here: https://youtu.be/gm17VEa1DZE Watch the landing tutorial here: https://youtu.be/NCnZqZD5wm0 --- Favorite flightsim websites: Flight Planner: http://onlineflightplanner.org/ & https://skyvector.com/ Metar: https://www.aviationweather.gov/metar Bad Weather: https://badbadweather.com/ --- Plugins: Landing Speed Headshake SkyMaxx Pro v4 --- The current XP11 version is: Public Beta 5 Get the XP11 demo or buy it here: http://www.x-plane.com/ --- My PC specs: GTX 780 3GB VRAM 16GB RAM I7 4770 --- Don't forget to like and subscribe! Also you may want to leave a comment below, I read them all!
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Cessna 172 Rental Flight with Friends - Back to Daytona!
 
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After flying our rented Cessna 172 Skyhawk up to St. Simons Island, Georgia (KSSI) for some BBQ lunch, a couple friends and I load up the plane and head back home to Daytona Beach Int'l (KDAB). The weather wasn't ideal so we filed an IFR flight plan and headed southbound off the coast at 4,000 feet. I rode backseat and filmed our journey back to Florida. Check out Part 1 of this flight and our route tracker below! PART 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3bXekIzFaI Flight Tracker: http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N1419D/history/20151003/1710Z/KSSI/KDAB Follow me on Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/Airforceproud95 Like me on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/Airforceproud95 Follow me on Twitch! http://www.twitch.tv/Airforceproud95 FSX Landing Competitions! http://www.FSXCC.com Song: "Deserted" by J+1 (http://soundcloud.com/JPlusOne) Thanks for watching. LIKE & SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE! http://www.FSx-MP.com http://www.FSXPatriots.com http://www.Freedom.tm
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#IFR Flight VLOG - Bad Landings
 
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Join me on this IFR flight in the TBM850 from St Pete, FL to Miami, FL. If you want to support & help me make my videos click here! There are some very cool benefits! ;) https://www.patreon.com/steveo1kinevo
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Accident Case Study: Single Point Failure
 
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Link to certificate and ASI transcript: http://bit.ly/ACSSinglePoint A vacuum pump failure on a sunny day is no big deal, but in IMC—and especially without backup instrumentation—it’s a serious emergency. To see how a Bonanza pilot coped with that situation, and learn how you can do better, watch ASI’s new Accident Case Study (approx. 16 mins.)
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Instrument Flying Techniques 1961 US Air Force Training Film; IFR Take Off & Unusual Attitudes
 
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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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VATSIM Tip: How To Readback ATC Instructions (IFR Clearances)
 
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Quick video demonstrating how using abbreviations can make understanding and reading back ATC instructions very simple. I used an IFR clearance from one of my older videos as an example. I've been asked about remembering and/or reading back ATC instructions a lot, so hopefully this is helpful. Thanks for watching.
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GPS Tips for IFR Flight Training - PilotWorkshops.com
 
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http://FreePilotTips.com for free weekly Pilot tips. This video by Doug Stewart gives IFR pilots useful GPS tips for flight planning, approaches, and more.
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So You Want to Fly Twins
 
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Visit http://www.sportys.com for more information or to order! One of the most exciting, useful and just plain fun ratings a pilot can obtain, the multiengine rating, is also one of the most challenging. Let Sporty's guide you through each step of the rating, from basic aerodynamics to flight maneuvers. Throughout, exciting in-flight footage, from both inside and outside the cockpit, combines with state-of-the-art 3D graphics to explain every element of multiengine flying. • Designed specifically for pilots adding a multiengine rating to their private or commercial certificate • Step into the cockpit popular twin trainers, including the Piper Aztec and Seminole, Beech Baron, Cessna 310 and Diamond Twin Star • See every maneuver required on the flight test, both VFR and IFR • Learn about important multiengine systems, like fuel, hydraulics and electrical • Explore the various aspects of flight planning and performance calculations This comprehensive program is much more than just test prep—you'll learn how to manage the complex systems and higher speeds that come with twins.
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How to Fly an Airplane : Understanding the VFR & IFR Types of Flying
 
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Learn about the two different types of flying, VFR or Visual Flight Rules, and IFR, or Instrument Flight Rules, in this free video series. Expert: Dave Pressy Bio: Dave Pressy has been a flight instructor in the St. Louis Area for over four years, and a pilot for more than seven years. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff
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ATPL Training / Air Law #22 Rules of the Air - Visual Flight Rules (VFR)
 
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Airline Transport Pilot Computer Based Training (CBT) Videos Next Lesson: #23 Rules of the Air - Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) For new video releases, Subscribe!!!
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Navigation Using a VOR
 
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This video makes VOR navigation easy to understand through animation. It covers what VORs and radials are, how to tune and ID a VOR, how to find your location from a VOR, and how to correct for the wind using bracketing to fly directly to or from a VOR.
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Dispatch: Part 121 Takeoff Alternate
 
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Visit my website at www.theaviationvault.com to learn much more about aircraft dispatchers, airlines, and dispatch history! Learn more about LeTourneau University's aviation program at www.letu.edu/fly or about our all-online Aviation Studies degree program at http://bit.ly/AviationOnline. Videos are created for LeTourneau University's College of Aviation for the course AERO 4123 Commercial Flight Operations. Always remember that Laura, when you get right down to it, is just a pilot and a dispatcher. She is explaining facts from the source materials but may be incorrect or out of date. You should always follow your primary guidance (Aircraft manuals, government regulations, etc.) before listening to anything from this YouTube channel. These videos are intended for educational purposes only. This video screencast was created with Doceri on an iPad. Doceri is free in the iTunes app store. Learn more at http://www.doceri.com
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IFR Cloud Surfing - Racing Storms - DA42 - TwinStar G1000 - ATC audio
 
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Watch in HD and you can read the G1000 panel! This was my first time truly cloud surfing, and it was awesome! Thanks so much to Ali for inviting me along for this flight, and thanks to the weather gods for making it interesting :P Here's the link to Ali's channel with more multi IFR adventures! https://www.youtube.com/user/at1357 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 Thanks so MUCH to those that have become a part of the Flight Chops Patreon campaign in the first month! We're already closing in on the 2nd mile stone goal! If you want to know more about how Patreon works, check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH-IDF809fQ Here are some further details regarding the actual weather and our decision making process: The TAF for London was noteworthy for light rain and marginal VFR conditions with ceilings of between 1500 to 3000 for the time we were expecting to be there but not much else. We experienced a real time demonstration of how fast things could change while airborne. Using G1000 satellite weather, Foreflight/Stratus weather on iPad, and ATC chatter from other planes in the area, we started developing a picture for what the weather was doing; and what it was doing was happening much faster than forecast. We concluded that even though we can make it to London before it got hit, a full stop landing and lunch as planned would ground us for an extended period of time. Shortly after us departing the area, the system hit London resulting in the need to issue 4 SPECI METAR's within 1 hour. Although disappointed to change plans, as many of us would be under similar circumstances, Ali and I were glad with our correct assessment of a very fluid situation and our ability to make the correct calls and stick to them.  I want to thank several users from reddit/flying for helping me dig up the archival weather info to confirm the details for this video, as it was a couple months after the flight that I did the editing. user: ‪ haykinson, and ‬Michael Baumberger, and from twitter: @adamcanfly, and ‪@larryoverstreet‬ Flight Chops branding music featured is written and produce by Chris and Rob from "Big Honkin' Spaceship" For all your music and post sound needs, please check them out at: http://www.bighonkinspaceship.com/ 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. Feed back is invited; however, please keep it positive
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ATPL Training / Air Law #27 Rules of the Air - Communications Failure
 
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Airline Transport Pilot Computer Based Training (CBT) Videos Next Lesson: #28 Rules of the Air - Interception of Civil Aircraft For new video releases, Subscribe!!!
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Microsoft Flight Simulator History Movie
 
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The most complete video about the legendary flight simulation program. The movie describes whole evolution of Microsoft Flight Simulator. Visit my website: http://josef.havlik.sweb.cz/fshistoryenglish.htm See my other movies: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbdfvBWUkJ7o3lJACYqxG-Q
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First Time Flyers in a Beechcraft Baron flight to Orlando, Florida
 
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First time passengers make for nervous passengers. On this early morning dawn flight to Orlando they quickly become comfortable. FXE - ISM Please Subscribe & Like. Feel free to comment or make requests. This Video is for entertainment purposes only and is not to be considered flight instruction in any way. Please contact your local CFI for flight instruction. Music by: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Yus... The Song in this video is "To The Sea" by Yusuke Tsutsumi from freemusicarchive.org
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Bahamas #1: Cross the Hurricane's Path
 
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This is the first leg in our Bahama's 2018 Island hopping adventure. We depart Aurora, IL (ARR) on our way to Ft. Pierce, FL (FPR). FPR is our staging airport in and out of the country. Hurricane Michael had just made landfall and was in the Georgia/South Carolina area. We had to stay west (behind) the storm on our way and plan our fuel stop to miss airports it may have impacted. We decided over Alabama to go to Williston, FL (X60) to top off. Williston was a perfect place for us. The people were very nice and friendly (turned out they were fan's of the channel as well). The fuel was cheap and the airport was very well maintained. Thank you guys for a perfect quick stop on our way down to the islands! This video is for entertainment purposes only and is not intended as instruction in any way. For instruction please contact your local flight school. This video does not represent the views of the FAA.
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DA42-VI IFR Night Landing Amsterdam Schiphol
 
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This begins with arrival into Amsterdam TMA, continuing to a beautiful night flight over Amsterdam on approach to 22. The DA42-VI is a light twin, diesel-powered aircraft with the G1000 avionics system and GFC 700 integrated autopilot.
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Ep. 71: How to use a VOR in an Airplane | Flying Navigation
 
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In this video we'll show you how to use a VOR in an airplane when trying to fly and navigate at the same time! We'll cover tuning the VOR, tracking courses inbound and outbound, as well as what the To and From flags mean and how to interpret them. 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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Flying ROUND THE WORLD In A Boat!
 
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EP165: Michael Smith flew a Searey Flying Boat around the world. Hear his fascinating story with footage from his trip and see the route he took around the world. His story, Voyage Of The Southern Sun, is a gripping tale for all aviators with so many amazing learning experiences for anyone interested in travel or the world of aviation. I hope you enjoy his story as much as I did. Great meeting you Michael, thanks for sharing your experiences. 🎥Watch/Read Michael's Fascinating Story 🎥 http://www.southernsun.voyage/store 👍 Say Hello 👍 https://instagram.com/stef747 https://www.facebook.com/stef747 https://twitter.com/stef747 📸Get my Gear 📸 Bose A20 headset: https://amzn.to/2Ie0bme Canon 80D: https://amzn.to/2KTWUu6 GoPro Hero 4 Silver: https://amzn.to/2IBc4H4 GoPro Hero 5 Black: https://amzn.to/2KNMKKD DJI Spark Drone: https://amzn.to/2jV1Oe6 🎵 Music 🎵 Tracks by Epidemic Sounds.
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Jeppesen Charts - Approach
 
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Official Jeppesen Approach Charts video produced by Jeppesen Sanderson Inc. This video was previously found at Youtube but its was not available anymore.
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Lee Flying Association, Solent Airport RNAS Lee-on-Solent HMS Daedalus
 
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More info/Join: http://www.eghf.co.uk Lee Flying Association, Solent Airport, Royal Navy Air Station Lee-on-Solent (HMS Daedalus) Lee Flying Association (LFA) is a not-for-profit members organisation that works to ensure the retention of Solent Airport for public aviation and community uses. And you can be part of this association and enjoy the many benefits of membership. Whether you’re a pilot, aircraft owner, or someone who is just interested in aviation or even just the history of the airfield you are welcome to join the LFA. First, a brief description of the home airfield. Solent Airport, formerly Royal Naval Air Station Lee-on-Solent (HMS Daedalus), is fast becoming a busy General Aviation airfield. It is a CAA Licensed Aerodrome with a recently resurfaced asphalt runway, 05/23. Facilities include aircraft refueling, on-site engineering, hangarage, outdoor parking, along with flying tuition and flight experiences. There is a viewing area for aviation enthusiasts with a play area for children, adjacent to the Cafe at 05 which serves refreshments seven days a week. The location of this historic airfield draws visiting pilots from both the UK and abroad, and the variety of aircraft attracts numerous aviation enthusiasts. As well as modern aircraft, microlights, helicopters and gyrocopters you can often see vintage aircraft in the form of Tiger Moths, Beech Staggerwings, and Spitfires. During 2018 the Boultbee Flight Academy, based at Goodwood Airfield several miles away, positioned Spitfires at Solent Airport in order to make use of the airfield’s hard runway. But it hasn't always been this way. A few years ago the airfield was in grave danger of being permanently closed to General Aviation. The Lee Flying Association was instrumental in securing the future of the airfield for both public and commercial traffic. It has provided input and representation to Fareham Borough Council who now own the airfield. It has liaised with the Civil Aviation Authority and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association on matters relating to Solent Airport. It not only lobbied to keep the airfield open but continues to promote aviation by organising events that both entertain and inform visitors about the airfield’s heritage. For example, in 2014 the LFA and its partners created a unique event entitled Daedalus D-Day 70th to commemorate the important role the airfield played in the build up to D-Day itself. No less than eight Douglas Dakotas took part, along with flypasts by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s Lancaster, a Spitfire, and a Sea Fury. As well as social activities at the airfield itself the LFA organises visits for members to aviation museums, aero parks, and other sites of interest. The Lee Flying Association welcomes new members. The more members who join, the stronger the association’s voice becomes when speaking up for General Aviation. As a member, you can make use of the LFA clubhouse alongside the Control Tower. There you’ll find a comfortable location for flight planning or simply socialising with other members. You’ll receive updates on the LFA activities via the newsletters and Facebook group. You will have a voice, and you will be able to put forward your views to an association that curates the opinions of its members and presents them to various bodies. Membership costs just £30 a year. You can find out more and apply for your membership at the LFA website: http://www.eghf.co.uk Or simply email the Chairman at membership@eghf.co.uk Join the LFA and be part of the ongoing aviation success story at Solent Airport. #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### I upload 2-4 times per month. Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y Playlists Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools https://goo.gl/rh9P46 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/redspancom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/209395 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
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Flying in Europe Part3 - Diverting to Pisa - The Flying Reporter
 
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The Flying Reporter encounters thunderstorms while en route to Croatia, and diverts to Pisa. About the trip/GPS tracks http://www.jonhunt.net/2018/05/european-adventure/ I'm on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theflyingreporter Mapping http://www.skydemon.aero/ My mentor/hour-building specialist https://www.buddysaviation.club/
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VIETNAMFAC PARIS TENNESSEE
 
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IFR FLIGHT PLAN
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Full Length Flight | Touch & Goes | Cessna 172 Skyhawk
 
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Watch from MY point of view as I finally get back in the sky! Enjoy! Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/mraviation101 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrAviation101?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrAviation101 Instagram: @captainmraviation101 Email: mraviation101@gmail.com iPad APP: ForeFlight CAMERAS: 4 - GoPro HD Hero 3 Black Editions AUDIO RECORDER: Sony ICD-AX412 VIDEO EDITOR: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
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Immersive Formation Flying - Join a New Gen of Pilots - WWII-era DHC-1 Chipmunk - Part 1
 
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It is an honour to step back into the past, learning to fly warbirds! Proud to be associated with ForeFlight: http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Flight Chops CONTESTS! A new contest EVERY month; shared prizes from all our sponsors totalling over $2,000! AND this month thanks to Bose Aviation, we've got an A20 headset as the featured prize! Please visit http://www.FlightChops.com for details! I'm proud and honoured to be a new member of the Canadian Historical Aircraft Association! Please visit http://www.CH2a.ca to learn more about this charitable organization that keep warbirds flying, giving a new generation of pilots access to them! And here's the link to the video flying with the Aeroshell team from AirVenture last year! http://youtu.be/fmGCpmpYKWs And don't forget to check the Flight Chops facebook and Twitter to find out about the Helicopter ride give away we are doing at AirVenture 2016 thanks to Bose Aviation and EAA! _____ Sponsor / Supporter Links: Bose Aviation http://www.bose.com/a20 The Finer Points of Flying - Jason Miller: http://adventure.learnthefinerpoints.com iCloth Avionics: http://www.iclothavionics.com/flight-chops.html Scheyden Precision Eyewear http://www.scheyden.com CloudAhoy http://www.cloudahoy.com Spectrum Airways Flight Training: http://www.spectrumairways.com/ And thanks to PIVOT case! http://www.pivotcase.com Nonin Medical, Inc. http://www.nonin.com/Finger-Pulse-Oximeter/Nonin-GO2-Achieve 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 If you want to know more about how Patreon works, check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH-IDF809fQ Flight Chops branding music featured is written and produced by Chris and Rob from "Big Honkin' Spaceship" For all your music and post sound needs, please check them out at: http://www.bighonkinspaceship.com/ 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.
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Getting behind the AC: Single pilot CRM
 
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In this fictional incident poor pre flight planning misses a NOTAM regarding underviceable glideslope at the destination. Distracted by a business partner the business jet pilot then misses cues from ATIS, other aircraft and ATC and finds himself getting behind the aircraft. Committed to make a meeting a rushed steep descent almost ends in catastrophy. A CAA Flight Examiner and a TRE from FlightSafety International discuss the causal factors.
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Real Pilot Story: Icing Encounter
 
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Link to certificate and ASI transcript: http://bit.ly/RPSICCert Description: With a brand-new IFR rating in his wallet and family on board his Cessna 172, Heath Wells expected to comfortably complete the flight crossing Central Pennsylvania. But Mother Nature had other plans that almost spoiled the day. Watch this Real Pilot Story to learn what Wells found out the hard way. (Rendered in video from a 2006 Adobe Flash version.)
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AeroPlus Flight Plan ARO Office
 
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Online flight plan filing met de nieuwe AeroPlus flight plan engine.
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Creating AI Flight plans tutorial (FS9/FSX)
 
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This is a guide on how to make flight plans with FSX/FS9. The program used is called AI Flightplanner 2 LINK- http://www.fsdeveloper.com/forum/showthread.php?t=21928 (BROKEN) NEW LINK-http://stuff4fs.com/newpage.asp?Folder=Applications/AIFP&Function=Download&JS=True
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Garmin 430 Tricks and Secrets Revealed
 
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If you have a Garmin GNS430, you probably know the basics, but in this video, IFR magazine's Jeff Van West reveals some ninja-level operating tricks that are practical and easy to master.
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Raw Footage With Audio: Engine Fire Aboard Delta Airlines Flight 229 (1996)
 
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A little known incident from the history books, recorded on a potato, at night. (It's better than nothing.) The history of the flight leading up to the fire is interesting, and is included below. On June 19, 1996, at 23:22 hours mountain daylight time, a Boeing 767-332, N136DL, being operated by Delta Airlines as flight 229, sustained minor damage when the number two (right) engine integrated drive generator (IDG) caught fire during a climb, approximately 80 nautical miles northwest of Salt Lake City, Utah. The Captain, First Officer, six cabin crew, and 178 passengers were uninjured. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed and an IFR flight plan was in effect. The flight, which was a regularly scheduled passenger flight operated under 14 CFR 121, departed Salt Lake City International airport at 23:08 destined for Portland, Oregon. During taxi for takeoff the crew observed both the "R GEN OFF" and "R GEN DRIVE" EICAS (engine indication and crew alerting system) messages and returned to the gate for corrective action. The captain reported that he "notified maintenance control and informed them that the aircraft was returning to the gate and informed them of the EICAS messages" and that the "after landing checklist was completed as well as the "generator off" abnormal procedure." He further reported that he "was turning the aircraft into the gate area, therefore further checklist procedures were discontinued pending examination of the aircraft by maintenance personnel." The aircraft's engines were then shut down. According to the captain, a mechanic was briefed on the problem and departed the flight deck with the aircraft log and minimum equipment list (MEL). Shortly thereafter, the mechanic returned with the aircraft log showing the discrepancy as having been signed off. The captain reported that he discussed the maintenance actions taken and was told by the mechanic that "the IDG is disconnected." The crew anticipated observing the generator drive light and right generator off light for the duration of the flight to Portland, and would be using the auxiliary power unit (APU) generator as a replacement for the right generator. The mechanic reported that upon entering the cockpit he "found the right generator field light ON with (the) associated IDG drive light illuminated." He further reported that he "found the right generator drive disconnect switch released (and) assumed (the) crew had disconnected (the) IDG." The aircraft was subsequently dispatched in accordance with the MEL. After an uneventful taxi, takeoff and departure, and while crossing flight level (FL) 250, the crew observed a "R STARTER CUTOUT" EICAS message and the overhead right starter valve light illuminated intermittently. The "Starter Cutout" procedure was accomplished following which a flight attendant reported that a passenger in the aft cabin, right side, had observed sparks coming from the right engine. This was confirmed by the First Officer's visual inspection. The First Officer then returned to the flight deck and the crew initiated a return to Salt Lake City during which the right engine fire warning light illuminated. The right engine was shut down and both fuselage mounted fire bottles were exhausted into the right engine with the fire warning light ceasing shortly after the second bottle was fired. An uneventful single engine emergency landing was accomplished at 23:43 on runway 16L at Salt Lake City, and the aircraft rolled to a stop in the vicinity of the taxiway H-3 exit. The Captain established radio communications with the aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) team. The left engine was shut down shortly after landing with the aircraft remaining on APU power. According to ARFF records maintained by Salt Lake City airport, the fire was contained approximately 7 minutes after the landing. The left engine was subsequently restarted and the aircraft was taxied to gate D-3 under ARFF escort after which the passengers were deplaned via the jetramp. (Narrative description from NTSB.) ~~~~~~ Producing ​What You Haven't Seen is immensely rewarding, but it's a full-time job and in the long run I can't do it without you. ​ Consistently producing the content you enjoy takes a tremendous amount of time and a non-trivial amount of money, and no matter how many views this channel gets I don't get a penny from YouTube. So I have a simple ask: If you appreciate this content and look forward to more of it, click the link below and pledge whatever feels right to you. ​All supporters get instant access to a video covering the collision of two F-16s at Nellis Air Force Base, and as the channel reaches its goals tons of incredible footage will be unlocked. http://www.patreon.com/whatyouhaventseen Thank you. And now back to your regularly unscheduled programming.
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A VFR Flight To Nottingham | ATC Audio
 
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Finally, some good weather arrived so I was able to fly to Nottingham Airport from Blackpool to drop off some friends! Follow Me: https://www.twitter.com/planeoldben https://www.facebook.com/planeoldben https://www.instagram.com/planeoldben - Equipment - Enjoy some GoPro Flying. 3 x GoPro Hero 3 + Black Edition 1 x Sony AX412 Digital Voice Recorder SkyDemon GPS - www.skydemon.aero - Check Out Westair - Westair offer a Trial Flying Lesson http://www.westair.uk.com - Song - Spaceship - Comet Blue
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The Art of not crashing into the plane beside you: 1st Formation Debrief - Flight Training VLOG
 
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Flying with out looking anywhere but the lead plane, was weird, but cool! Proud to be associated with ForeFlight: http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Visit http://www.FlightChops.com for behind the scenes and monthly GiveAways! A new GiveAway EVERY month; shared prizes from all our sponsors totalling over $2,000! And for over 100 curated episodes, from Tail Wheel and Aerobatics, to IFR and WarBirds! Please visit http://www.FlightChops.com for details! I'm proud and honoured to be a new member of the Canadian Historical Aircraft Association! Please visit http://www.CH2a.ca to learn more about this charitable organization that keep warbirds flying, giving a new generation of pilots access to them! Here’s link to part 1 of the Chippy check out series: Immersive Formation Flying - Join a New Gen of Pilots: http://youtu.be/fmGCpmpYKWs And here is the entire playlist so far: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJOPFT88qcBBf8-dhAJU0KgGFZNLe_W0x _____ Sponsor / Supporter Links: ForeFlight http://www.foreflight.com/flightchops/ Bose Aviation http://www.bose.com/a20 The Finer Points of Flying - Jason Miller: http://adventure.learnthefinerpoints.com iCloth Avionics: http://www.iclothavionics.com/flight-chops.html Scheyden Precision Eyewear http://www.scheyden.com CloudAhoy http://www.cloudahoy.com 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.
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Lockheed T-33: Penetration and Low Approach Procedures for Jet Aircraft ~ 1950 US Air Force
 
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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 The T-33 trainer is featured in "Penetration and Low Approach Procedures for Jet Aircraft."' USAF training film TF1-4973 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). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_T-33 Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star (or T-Bird) is an American jet trainer aircraft. It was produced by Lockheed and made its first flight in 1948 piloted by Tony LeVier. The T-33 was developed from the Lockheed P-80/F-80 starting as TP-80C/TF-80C in development, then designated T-33A. It was used by the U.S. Navy initially as TO-2 then TV-2, and after 1962, T-33B. The last operator of the T-33, the Bolivian Air Force, retired the type in July 2017, after 44 years of service... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrument_approach An instrument approach, or instrument approach procedure (IAP), is a series of predetermined maneuvers for the orderly transfer of an aircraft under instrument flight conditions from the beginning of the initial approach to a landing or to a point from which a landing may be made visually. These approaches are approved in the United States by the FAA or the United States Department of Defense for the military. The ICAO defines an instrument approach as a series of predetermined maneuvers by reference to flight instruments with specific protection from obstacles from the initial approach fix, or where applicable, from the beginning of a defined arrival route to a point from which a landing can be completed and thereafter, if landing is not completed, to a position at which holding or enroute obstacle clearance criteria apply. There are three types of IAPs: precision approach (PA), approach with vertical guidance (APV), and nonprecision approach (NPA). A PA uses a navigation system that provides course and glidepath deviation. Examples include precision approach radar (PAR), instrument landing system (ILS), and GBAS landing system (GLS). An APV also uses a navigation system for course and glidepath deviation, just not to the same standards as a PA. Examples include baro-VNAV, localizer type directional aid (LDA) with glidepath, LNAV/VNAV and LPV. An NPA uses a navigation system for course deviation but does not provide glidepath information. These approaches include VOR, NDB and LNAV. NPAs are flown to a minimum descent altitude (MDA). IAP charts are aeronautical charts that portray the aeronautical data that is required to execute an instrument approach to an airport. Besides depicting topographic features, hazards and obstructions, they depict the procedures and airport diagram. Each procedure chart uses a specific type of electronic navigation system such as an NDB, TACAN, VOR, ILS/MLS and RNAV. The chart name reflects the primary navigational aid (NAVAID), if there is more than one straight-in procedure or if it is just a circling-only procedure. A communication strip on the chart lists frequencies in the order they are used. Minimum, maximum and mandatory altitudes are depicted in addition to the minimum safe altitude (MSA) for emergencies. A cross depicts the final approach fix (FAF) altitude on NPAs while a lightning bolt does the same for PAs. NPAs depict the MDA while a PA shows both the decision altitude (DA) and decision height (DH). Finally, the chart depicts the missed approach procedures in plan and profile view, besides listing the steps in sequence. Before satellite navigation was available for civilian aviation, the requirement for large land-based navigation aid (NAVAID) facilities generally limited the use of instrument approaches to land-based (i.e. asphalt, gravel, turf, ice) runways (and those on aircraft carriers). GNSS technology allows, at least theoretically, to create instrument approaches to any point on the Earth's surface (whether on land or water); consequently, there are nowadays examples of water aerodromes (such as Rangeley Lake Seaplane Base in Maine, United States) that have GNSS-based approaches...
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CHANGE OF PLANS! BOSTON LOGAN to ???
 
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On this flight we will depart Boston Logan International Airport with a planned fuel stop in Newport News, VA as our final destination for the day is Miami, FL. Halfway to Newport News I see the weather has improved at my Plan B fuel stop which is near a location that has a special place in aviation history. Sit back, grab your favorite beverage, and enjoy the flight! Proudly sponsored by: https://www.foreflight.com/ My Favorite Aviation App for Pilots http://www.bose.com/a20 Best Headset for Pilots http://www.banyanpilotshop.net My personal 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.. 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/aka-dj-quads/i-am-the-man-vlog-music https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud/hurricane-feat-andrew-applepie
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Classic Air Aviation IFR flight in Cessna 310
 
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Cessna 310 flying from Texas to Falcon Field in Mesa AZ. On a IFR flight plan. Busting some holes through clouds! Classic Air Aviation is a flight school in Mesa AZ located at FFZ
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Giving an Old Airplane New Life. Piper Cherokee Cruiser Rebuild and First Flight
 
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UPDATE November 2018: She is being painted. The new asking price is $99,000 UPDATE October 2018: I installed a TruTrak Vizion digital 2-axis autopilot on this beauty, for those long IFR missions. This beautiful airplane is now for sale by Niko's Wings for $99,000 If interested contact Niko@NikosWIngs.com. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a beautiful Piper Cherokee Cruiser PA-28-140. It has gone through a major overhaul including the following: TruTrak Vizion 2-Axis Autopilot coupled with the GPS. Will fly LPV approaches when GPS upgraded to WAAS Brand new 406Mhz ELT Corrosion X Treatment Replaced Stabilator and Rudder Trim Barrel Replaced Fuel Cap Seals Engine Mount Inspection/Paint Engine Hoses Replaced with New Firewall Sealant Fuel Tank Removal and Cleaning New Disc Brakes and Tires Wheel Paint Right Fuel Tank Sender Replace New Engine Baffling Aft Windows Replaced GA35 Antenna GL106A Glide Indicator Garmin GTX335 ADS-B Out Transponder with WAAS Garmin GNS430 (non-WAAS) New Alternator Airframe 1973 Piper PA-28 140 Engine Lycoming IO-320-E3D S/N RL47808-27A Prop Specs Sensenich Model#M74DM-0-54 S/N 19744 - Fully Overhauled Year Interior 2018 Year Painted 2018 Interior Brand New fully upholstered interior with soundproofing Inspection Status Annual Inspection completed May 2018 along with engine and Prop MOH -------------------------------------------------------------------- I am NOT a Certified Flight Instructor and my videos are not for instruction purposes. The video is intended for my own personal experiences and for entertainment purposes only. Do not use my video content as information about how to fly an airplane. To properly learn how to fly you MUST visit your local flight school and work with an experienced Certified Flight Instructor. Music by Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com) Also follow me on: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nikoswings/ FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/nikoswings Web http://www.nikoswings.com
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Cessna C310 Flight from Norfolk (KORF)  to Raleigh (KRDU)  20 Nov 2017
 
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This is a pilot VLOG of an 18 November 2017 flight from Norfolk, Virginia (KORF) to Raleigh, North Carolina (KRDU). Filed and flew IFR. ATC included in the video. This is a near full length video. My thought is to shorten these to less than 20 minutes. Your comments are encouraged and welcomed on the length of this video, OK or shorter. Thank you!!
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Vatsim UK live - Amsterdam to Gatwick in Aerosoft A320
 
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A320, not 420 Repaint & Addon links in the text discription below! Remember, you can see which events I intend to fly on my google calendar. https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=p7brep6v9o84vrjshcps7n4gv4@group.calendar.google.com&ctz=Australia/Sydney This flight was flown during the 5th "UK Live" event, where Vatsim Controllers congregated together in one location to provide ATC for the entire UK. https://events.vatsim-uk.co.uk/live/ A video from the Controllers room can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/vatsimuk/videos/1240318959320446/?pnref=story For this Vatsim flight, I flew the Aerosoft A320. This product can be purchased at http://en.shop.aerosoft.com/eshop.php?action=article_detail&s_supplier_aid=13112&s_design=default&shopfilter_category=flight+simulation&s_language=english In this case I used the repaint of a British Airways A320. You can download a British Airways A320 livery for the Aerosoft Airbus at http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/files/file/4050-british-airways-a320-232-g-ttob/ Every air traffic controller and aircraft you hear in this video is a real person using VATSIM. For more information about vatsim, visit http://www.vatsim.net/ and http://www.vatsim.net/pilots/quickstart/ During the flight, charts and checklists were prepared on a second monitor and dragged into shot. This recording was made with OBS Studio 0.15.2(64bit) No post-flight editing was done AT ALL! OBS studio is a freeware video capture and livestream software, available from https://obsproject.com/download#mp Facecam is a Microsoft Lifecam HD-3000. https://www.microsoft.com/accessories/en-in/products/webcams/lifecam-hd-3000/t3h-00014 My Computer specs are: Processor: i5 3750 3.5GHZ Graphics: GTX670 1GB Ram: 8GB 1600 DDR HDDs: ST1000DM003 & ST500DM002 Flight controls are: Saitek Throttle Quadrant https://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=959&products_id=6117&gclid=CjwKEAiA_NmkBRCe3ubC1aWAtEcSJACxkkbq1XVUGOsRu1xB5tufvTYnyHX0u4ohl3NHl1vPd5Co-RoCylnw_wcB CH Flight Sim Yoke and CH Pro Rudder Pedals given to me by one of my fans (Ies Apac) who's channel you can visit at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0GZVlZemR7tLZWJMPnozQQ). Yoke: http://www.chproducts.com/Flight-Sim-Yoke-v13-d-705.html Pedals: http://www.chproducts.com/Pro-Pedals-v13-d-716.html I also use a Saitek Cyborg EVO ambidexterous joystick configured for the left hand use - used as a Steering tiller on this flight http://www.amazon.com/Saitek-102989-Cyborg-Evo-Joystick/dp/B0000AW9P1 I use FSinn to connect to Vatsim due to some features (Voice CTAF) that it offers. You can learn how to install FSinn at https://forums.vatsim.net/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=63718 If you are more of an audiovisual learner, then this video may help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihdEMuED_AU Addons used in this flight include: NL2000 v4.08 photoreal scenery for the entire Netherlands for FREE http://www.nl-2000.com/nuke/ NL2000 EHAM scenery v4.06 http://www.nl-2000.com/nuke/modules.php?name=News&file=categories&op=newindex&catid=2 FTX EU England https://www.fullterrain.com/product/eng London Gatwick "xtreme" by UK2000 http://secure.simmarket.com/uk2000-scenery-gatwick-xtreme-v3.phtml Water Configurator by Striking Software http://www.strikingsoftware.com/fswc.shtml ActiveSky 2016 was used for all weather, this program injects Real time real weather including clouds, precipitation, temperatures, winds, turbulence etc into the simulator. http://www.hifisimtech.com/as16/ FSDT's GSX Ground Services for baggage handling, marshalling and pushback by GSX http://www.fsdreamteam.com/products_gsx.html Flight, Cruise, navigation, weather and Fuel planning was conducted using PFPX. http://www.flightsimsoft.com/pfpx/ Charts for the UK are published on the NATS-UK.ead website http://www.nats-uk.ead-it.com/public/index.php%3Foption=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=6&Itemid=13.html Charts for the netherlands are published at http://www.ais-netherlands.nl/aim/2016-06-09-AIRAC/eAIP/html/index-en-GB.html Vataware captured this flight at http://vataware.com/flight/579e0c255352332772000002 Flightaware captures flight data for real world flights filing IFR flight plans. BAW2759 operates from Amsterdam to London Gatwick daily in a mix of A320 and A319 fleet. https://flightaware.com/live/flight/BAW2759/history/20160730/0825Z/EHAM/EGKK
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