Hang Gliding Novice H2 High Altitude Training Flights At Ed Levin Park

September 26, 2010


These are my early high altitude flights from Ed Levin Park in Milpitas California. I use these videos to critic myself and seek improvements on my flying skills.

Cessna 172N Circuit Training

October 23, 2009

Carenado Cessna 172N Skyhawk II (payware)

Sounds: Default

Scenery: Flight Zone 01 Rhode Island (payware)

Environment: Active Sky 6.5, Real Environment Pro

Traffic: None

Airport code and time: KSFZ. You guys guess the time! 😛 It’s in the video somewhere.

I must say this is one helluva nice aircraft. It’s definitely worth the money and you get what you pay for. You buy a Cessna, you get a Cessna. Everything’s good about this aircraft: the sounds, the flight model, the flying dynamics, etc.

I would recommend it to anyone looking for some GA VFR fun.

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Pilot training Recognition of hypoxia

April 25, 2009

The FAA test their 30000′ altitude simulating enclosure. This breakthough system, developed by Colorado Altitude Training (CAT) creates a stable, controlled simulated altitude by

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Pilot training. Recognition of hypoxia

November 29, 2008

The FAA test their 30,000′ altitude simulating enclosure. This breakthough system, developed by Colorado Altitude Training (CAT) creates a stable, controlled simulated altitude by reducing the oxygen content so the partial pressure of oxygen is the same as would be experienced at an elevation of up to 30,000′. Unlike a hypobaric chamber, this normobaric hypoxic system does not involve any pressure change so avoids any risk of decompression sickness. Test subjects can simply enter or exit at will, .. many times in a row if they wish. There are numerous other advantages of this system compared with a hypobaric chamber, including cost, convenience and safety. Plus it’s a whole lot more pleasant to use than being locked into a low-pressure vault!

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