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Flying Floats 1973 Vintage FAA Aviation Training Film

August 3, 2009

Flying Floats 1973 Vintage FAA Aviation Training Film

Duration : 0:19:13

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Wake Turbulence Avoidance – A Pilot and Air Traffic Controller Briefing 1995

July 23, 2009

Vintage Federal Aviation Administration training film.

Courtesy: public.resource.org

Wake Turbulence Avoidance – A Pilot and Air Traffic Controller Briefing AVA19661VNB1, 1995

Video production using re-enactments and animation to illustrate the hazards and physical dynamics of wake turbulence caused by aircraft.

http://www.ntis.gov/search/product.aspx?ABBR=AVA19661VNB1

Duration : 0:24:16

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How Airplanes Fly 1968 Vintage Aviation Training Film

July 16, 2009

Department of Transportation
Federal Aviation Administration

How Airplanes Fly
NTIS AVA08357VNB1

What makes an airplane get off the ground and stay in the air? Easy to understand film combines animation and live sequences to explain … all » basic aerodynamics. Forces of lift, weight, thrust and drag are shown in relation to flight.

Duration : 0:18:30

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Cessna Bonaire

June 30, 2009

Video from route: EPGI – EPOD – Sierpc – EPGI. Flying a Cessna 172 visual flight rules.
Recommended HQ version.

Duration : 0:9:0

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FullFlap.TV – Which system to learn to be an airline pilot 30th Mar 09

June 4, 2009

http://www.fullflap.tv Every week.

Today: 3rd June 09
If you want to become an airline pilot there are basically two systems. FAA and JAA. So which should you do? We talk to Delta Aviation Academy and Gestair. Another interview from our series of Flyer show interviews. FullFlap.TV Private, Commercial, Fun – Monday, Wednesday and Friday Aviation TV for the new era of flying. More at http://www.fullflap.tv

Duration : 0:6:19

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Flight 1549 Heroes – Capt. Sullenberger, Flight Crew & First Responders

February 13, 2009

This is a Genuine G-Shot prepared in tribute to a true hero: Captain “Sully” Sullenberger, the Airbus 320 pilot who made the remarkable emergency miracle water landing on January 15,2009, of US Airway Flight 1549 on New York’s Hudson River in New York City and is posted today on Captain Sullenberger’s Birthday, Jan. 23, 2009.

I hope to meet you tomorrow when the City Council and Danville Mayor Newell Arnerich honors you as a home-town hero and present to you a special video DVD presentation in honor of all the Heroes of the Miracle of USA Airways Flight 1549, your well disciplined, trained, experienced and courageous Flight crew and all the “first responders”, public safety and Joe-citizen alike, as deep down we are all heroes and we know one when we see one.

Experience does indeed count, I am about the same age as Capt. Sully, with 27 years experience as a San Francisco 911 police, fire and medical dispatchers with the police department, City and County of SF Department of Emergency Management, and previous experience in public service as Mayor and Councilman of the City of San Bruno. I can also attest to the value of training, discipline and experience and the need to keep a cool head as so many lives depends upon our every move when seconds really do count and people must do the right thing.

Well done Captain Sully and all the heroes of Flight 1549 — We all have reason to be proud of you as a real American hero.

Gary J. Mondfrans

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NEW YORK (AP) — A cool-headed pilot maneuvered his crippled jetliner over New York City and ditched it in the frigid Hudson River on Thursday; all 155 on board were pulled to safety as the plane slowly sank. It was, as New York Governor Patterson said, “a miracle on the Hudson.”

One victim suffered two broken legs, a paramedic said, but there were no other reports of serious injuries, just lots of wet socks, Capt. Sully walked the entire length of the sinking aircraft twice to make sures all passengers had safely exited the plane.

US Airways Flight 1549, an Airbus A320 bound for Charlotte, N.C., struck a flock of birds after takeoff just minutes earlier at LaGuardia Airport, apparently disabling both engines.

The pilot, identified as Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger III of Danville, Calif., “was phenomenal,” passenger Joe Hart said. “He landed it — I tell you what, the impact wasn’t a whole lot more than a rear-end (collision). It threw you into the seat ahead of you.”

“Both engines cut out and he actually floated it into the river,” he said.

No doubt due to his 40 years experience as a glider pilot.

Capt. Sully thank you for a job well done!

G-Shots by GARi – www.GShots.com – ‘GShots on YouTUBE’

s/ Gary J. Mondfrans

www.YouTUBE.com/GShotsTV
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Gary Mondfrans Genuine G-Shot G-Shots by GARi

Duration : 0:4:20

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Flight 1549 Plane Crash Hero Pilot Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger Airbus 320

January 18, 2009

This is a Genuine G-Shot prepared in tribute to a true hero: Captain “Sully” Sullenberger, the Airbus 320 pilot who made the remarkable emergency miracle water landing yesterday of US Airway Flight 1549 on New York’s Hudson River in New York City.

Experience does indeed count, I am about the same age as Capt. Sully, with 27 years experience as a San Francisco 911 police, fire and medical dispatchers with the City and County of SF Department of Emergency Management. I can also attest to the value of training and experience and the need to keep a cool head as so many lives depends upon our every move when seconds really do count.

Well done Captain Sully, we all have reason to be proud of you as a real American hero.

Gary J. Mondfrans
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NEW YORK (AP) — A cool-headed pilot maneuvered his crippled jetliner over New York City and ditched it in the frigid Hudson River on Thursday; all 155 on board were pulled to safety as the plane slowly sank. It was,As New York Governor Patterso said, “a miracle on the Hudson.”

One victim suffered two broken legs, a paramedic said, but there were no other reports of serious injuries, just lots of wet socks, Capt. Sully walked the entire length of the sinking aircraft twice to make sures all souls had safely exited the plane.

US Airways Flight 1549, an Airbus A320 bound for Charlotte, N.C., struck a flock of birds after takeoff just minutes earlier at LaGuardia Airport, apparently disabling the both engines.

The pilot, identified as Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger III of Danville, Calif., “was phenomenal,” passenger Joe Hart said. “He landed it — I tell you what, the impact wasn’t a whole lot more than a rear-end (collision). It threw you into the seat ahead of you.

“Both engines cut out and he actually floated it into the river,” he said.
No doubt due to his 40 years experience as a glider pilot.

Capt. Sully thank you for a job well done!

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G-Shots by GARi – www.GShots.com – ‘GShots on YouTUBE’
www.YouTUBE.com/GShotsTV (650) 219-8188 GShots.TV@GMail.com

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NICE LANDING !!! DUDES.

October 18, 2008

“Close call” Airbus A320 landing at Hamburg RWY 23 ….The pressure for the darn ON TIME PERFORMANCE combined with the lack of positive judgement and/or poor preventive guidance from dispatch/ATC …JAA syllabus and in house flight training should be closely revaluated in order to avoid future tragedies.
Notes from a European Airbus Driver;

Wind was 290/33 gusts to 49 (time ~ 13:55)
happened on flight LH 044 (D-AIQP) a A320 from MUC
runway for landing 23 LOC-DME (ATIS gave no other option)
after g/a, pilots elected runway 33 also LOC-DME approach and landed safely…

Airbus recommeded limits;
T/O 29 kts gusting 38 kts
Ldg: 33 kts gusting 38 kts

for non-contaminated runways – goes down for flooded runways, snow, ice etc.

The crosswind limit is defined as the crosswind at which no pilot input is required in yaw until the nosewheel is down in a normal landing (same for any commercial jet). Yes you can land with more of a crosswind if you are a good pilot but you are exceeding the certified limit and will be hung in any aaib investigation that arises.

Duration : 0:1:6

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