FLight 175 speed challenge. 911 ‘planes’ impossible speed.

June 5, 2009

FLIGHT 175 SPEED CHALLENGE

M.I.T. 503 mph – 437 knots?
F.A.A. 586 mph – 509 knots?
N.I.S.T 546 mph – 474 knots?
F.E.M.A 590 mph – 512 knots??!!

MY TEST – above 360 mph – 320 knots level flight is impossible. The ‘ hijackers ‘ did not possess the knowledge and training to be able to accurately ‘trim’ a 767.
They spent a total of 6 hours in an old style 727 pit simulator and were given temporary 6 month licenses to fly small 2 engined aircraft.

911 LIES ARE SO THICK YOU COULD WALK ACROSS THE HUDSON RIVER ON THEM.

Microsoft FS2004 with PMDG ‘QUEEN OF THE SKIES’ 747 simulation – award winning accuracy.
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26 Responses to “FLight 175 speed challenge. 911 ‘planes’ impossible speed.”

  1. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    YOu do a side line …
    YOu do a side line in parrotry also?
    Your logic is brilliant!!
    You come here and watch this video and THEN complain i am trying to make a case to ignorant douches on youtube.
    YOu THEN pick up someone elses false argument(ignorant douche?) and try to engage me with THEIR mistaken argument. Vd 420 does not mean a pilot can fly at that speed or the plane is capable of that.
    Thanks for your (last) visit.

  2. Nousides on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    767’s are certified …
    767’s are certified to fly up to 420 knots KCAS all the way down to sea level. Documented in A1NM, 767 in 1983.

    Objective evidence they can go even faster? Sure. 9/11 they did. TWOOFAH DOWN!

  3. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    “I am not the …
    “I am not the douche trying to make a case to a bunch of other ignorant douches on youtube….”

    Thanks for taking the time to stop here and watch this video. l…o…f^&kin….l

  4. Nousides on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    “You have been …
    “You have been duped.” Really? I am not the douche trying to make a case to a bunch of other ignorant douches on youtube….

    Rofolol. Enjoy your flat earth society.

  5. 767Captain on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Were do you get …
    Were do you get this? ..”2 years an 1000s of hours…” I could put you in a real simulator and have you trimming like a champ in a matter of minutes. Accurately trim a large jet? Who cares how large an airplane is, trim is trim. You have ‘archer’ in your name. Does this refer to a Piper Archer? Asking because wonder if you have actually flown a real airplane.

    IN CASE you do fly small planes, here’s a diff. YOU have a ‘trim tab’ Airliners move the entire horiz stab leading edge…

  6. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    “Ninja cat comes …
    “Ninja cat comes closer while not moving!”
    stick to what you know )

    420 knots is not a certified speed it is a max speed which is not necessarily achieved during flight testing.
    Keep posting and you may convince yourself.
    Have you heard of this Vdf? demonstrated dive speed?

    You make the mistake of confusing Vmo with Vd.
    You see a plane going through a steel wall intact and think all is hunky dory.
    You are brainwashed. Enjoy your existence it must be fun.

  7. HumanShot on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Do hijackers about …
    Do hijackers about to crash planes into buildings care if they are exceeding the recommended flight limits?

    Not so much.

    767’s are certified to fly up to 420 knots KCAS all the way down to sea level. Documented in A1NM, 767 in 1983.

    Objective evidence they can go even faster? Sure. 9/11 they did. TWOOFAH DOWN!

  8. izzysykopth on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Fucking traitor! …
    ing traitor! Easy to spot. You have all the plausible deniability lines down pat. So where is the wreckage? Have you seen it? Id like to see it. I think a couple hundred million other Americans would like to see it too!!!

  9. izzysykopth on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    How bout we put …
    How bout we put this shill on board a 757 and have Hani Hanjour take him for a ride in his aerobatic bunker busting 757 around the 911 flying circus? Another fine piece my friend.

  10. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Poor fellow. If as …
    Poor fellow. If as you say a 767 is ‘certified’ to fly at 420 knots what is the point of having a Vmo maximum operating velocity of 360 knots?
    Please explain.
    the ‘objective evidence’ you speak of is TV footage! Do you believe everything you see on TV?
    The Tv footage showed us a plane passing through a steel wall without the plane deforming in any way..
    It is faked. You have been duped.

  11. HumanShot on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    No claim to it. …
    No claim to it. They did. WHOOPS!

    767’s are certified to fly up to 420 knots KCAS all the way down to sea level. Documented in A1NM, 767 in 1983.

    Objective evidence they can go even faster? Sure. 9/11 they did. TWOOFAH DOWN!

  12. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    1. You claim the ‘ …
    1. You claim the ‘hijackers’ flew the planes at speeds way above what they were designed to do and with pin point accuracy. Where did they learn these skills – to trim the plane precisely as it descended and while the overspeed clacker deafened the pit? It takes a commerical pilot 2 years and 1000s of hours to learn these skills and he is not overspeeding by 140 knots??
    2. Vmo is the speed 767 are certified to fly up to which is 360 knots, 414 miles per hour. you are wrong.

  13. HumanShot on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Here is a little …
    Here is a little test for you… Do hijackers about to crash planes into buildings care if they are exceeding the recommended flight limits?

    Not so much.

    767’s are certified to fly up to 420 knots KCAS all the way down to sea level. Documented in A1NM, 767 in 1983.

    Objective evidence they can go even faster? Sure. 9/11 they did. TWOOFAH DOWN!

  14. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Here is a little …
    Here is a little test for you… point me to any photo, link, or account on the web of any pilot doing 420 knots in a 767. the 911 hijackers needed to find another 80 knots to be doing over 500 knots according to the official story. Before you come back… the ‘hijacker pilots’ flew with pin point accuracy at this speed.2 inch perfect hits.. so stories of planes falling out of the sky with parts breaking off them do not count.

  15. HumanShot on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    “Vd is not a …
    “Vd is not a certification speed” Tell the FAA. Tell them they didn’t do the testing and certify the plane.

    Documented in A1NM, 767 in 1983. TWOOFAH DOWN!

  16. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Vd is not a …
    Vd is not a certification speed !!
    The “Dive Velocity” VD of 420 kts. is a speed that is a maximum for certification flight tests accomplished under 14 CFR Part 25.253 High Speed Characteristics and has not necessarily been achieved but is far above VFC (390 kts. 450 mph) which is the maximum speed at which stability characteristics must be demonstrated (14 CFR 25.253(b)).

    You looking at Vd and confusing it with Vmo and Vfc is the bad joke methinks)

  17. HumanShot on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Your lack of …
    Your lack of knowledge about aircraft certification is not our problem. 420 knots KCAS from 17800 to 0.

    Tested, certified, owned.

    You are a perfect example of why twoofahs are bad jokes.

  18. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    420 kcas Vd ( …
    420 kcas Vd (velocity dive) TO 18,000 feet in absolute emergency!
    Below this altitude the absolute maximum speed the aircraft is certified to is 360 kcas.
    this is called VMo (maximum operating velocity)
    You are terribly confused by all this.
    This is the problem when armchair experts ‘GOOGLE’ information but do not have the technical background to process that information.
    What do you say now sweetheart??
    lets hear you.

  19. HumanShot on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Certification sheet …
    Certification sheet A1NM, 767. Tough there twoofie da clown. Certified 420 knots KCAS in 1983.

    Google it yourself. Or was that document planted too… 18 years before the event…

  20. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    will you look at my …
    will you look at my video called “911 aircraft speed lie” and come back.
    you have made a huge error. see if yu can spot it )

  21. HumanShot on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Simulator. On a …
    Simulator. On a home computer. Laughable. The 767 is certified to 420 KCAS in level flight from 0-17800 feet.

    Tested, verified in the real world way back in 1983. So spend your life mentally masturbating about “impossible speed.” It comes down to: You are wrong. You are laughable. You were irrelevant 7 years ago, and you are irrelevant now. I just find your stupidity comedy gold.

  22. chriskendall1 on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    767Captain,
    Why …

    767Captain,
    Why don’t you just go ahead and do your own video using the same flight sim and prove him wrong. Should be an easy enough task-Right?

    Post it as a video response to this video.

  23. skyarcher on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    I am aware of Stab …
    I am aware of Stab trim. This sim will trim the stab in autopilot for a selected low level straight altitude and the nose will pitch down. The plane overspeeds where expected and after about half a minute breaks up.
    Here is a question for you. You ume in your response that the 911 ‘hijackers’ had the training, knowledge and experience to accurately ‘Trim’ a large jet something which takes commerial pilots 2 years and 1000s of hours of training to achieve. Where did u get this info??

  24. 767Captain on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    skyarcher, I’m …
    skyarcher, I’m sorry but this simulator, while it may be the ‘best’ for a home computer set-up, is nonetheless incorrect, in your example. Or, you intentionaly did not trim the horiz stabilzer. This would affect the software in the sim. Do you even have a pilot’s license? Or, just an armchair airline pilot wannabe? Do you know that, all other things equal, when you add thrust and speed increases, the nose will want to come up? That’s why we have STAB Trim.
    Redo your test, with trim.

  25. merged on June 5th, 2009 8:40 pm

    here’s the info … …
    here’s the info ……………..

    infowars . com/911-aircraft-black-box-serial-numbers-mysteriously-absent/

  26. Brent Hendricks on June 25th, 2009 2:11 pm

    Skyarcher,

    I have the PMDG add on as well, and over 500+ hours with MSFS, I however do not classify myself as someone who knows everything about flying a real airplane, and more specifically an airliner, besides procedures.

    Saying an aircraft can not sustain Vmo, or Vne for sustained periods of time, or that commercial jets can not exceed Mach 1, because your aircraft broke up in FS9 is pure daft.

    Even with full realism settings, and a very well designed add on by the PMDG team that programmed a high level of realism in the “Systems” and flight dynamics of the 747. You are still operating within FS parameters of defining an “AIRCRAFT OVERSTRESSED” Crash event. Which is probbably as unrealistic as simply detecting an Overspeed situation for x amount of seconds = “Trigger Aircraft Overstressed Crash Event”

    There have been numerous documents cases of large commercial aircraft upsets that have resulted in Vmo/Vne situations where the pilots where not only able to recover the aircraft but to make a emergency landing.

    One of the events that comes to mind is China Airlines 006 which lost and engine, and due to pilot error in procedure lost control, and suffered and uncontrolled decent. The aircraft exceeded Mach 1, suffered extensive damage to the horizontal stabs, and airframe but was able to make an emergency landing at KSFO.

    Here is a link to the actual NTSB report.
    http://www.rvs.uni-bielefeld.de/publications/Incidents/DOCS/ComAndRep/ChinaAir/AAR8603.html

    Here is a link to the Wikipedia article
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Airlines_Flight_006

    There are other incidents and tests I can point to if you really require me to take the time.

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