Aerosim Flight Academy (Delta Connection Academy) – Backseat 6

April 20, 2011

Really cool flight on the Seminole

Aerosim Flight Academy (Delta Connection Academy) – Landing at Tampa Intl.

March 21, 2011

Long cross country flight of Felipe. Landing at KTPA…Amazing airport!!!!! Amazing flight!!!!

Aerosim Flight Academy (Delta Connection Academy) – Flight Instructor

February 14, 2011

First days working as a flight instructor! I really love my job

Aerosim Flight Academy (Delta Connection Academy) – Backseat

January 30, 2011

KSFB-KORL practicing ILS and GPS approaches with Fabio and Scott. Aircraft: Cirrus SR-20 Registration: N613DA Flight: CNN433

Aerosim Flight Academy (Delta Connection Academy)- Spin Training

January 11, 2011

Yeeeeehaw, just a small video of the spin flight on the Cessna 172…7 spins…good enough for my stomach.

Aero-TV Gets Educated At Delta Connection Academy (Part …

June 21, 2010

A Major Airline Training Program Talks About Its Successes Aero-TV crews visited the Delta Connection Academy as it unveiled its new 27000-square foot hangar at Sanford International Airport in Florida, during a grand opening held to celebrate a capstone event in the Academy’s extensive renovation and expansion. The all-new hangar is central to Delta Connection Academy’s reputation as one of the premier professional flight training facilities in the world. The opening underscores a multi-year plan to take Delta Connection Academy to a new level of professionalism and competence. Delta Connection Academy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, operating a fleet of more than 115 aircraft, including a new fleet of 50 new Cirrus SR20 G2 aircraft and seven Level 6 AeroSim Technologies Flight Training Devices. The Academy has trained students from 90 different countries and has placed pilots with 30 airlines including (but not limited to) all Delta Connection carriers, American Eagle Airlines, ExpressJet Airlines and Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines. The new hangar debut is a major milestone in the school’s multi-year business plan that includes newly-renovated buildings, adding 50 all-new Cirrus SR20s (with an option for eight more) to the Academy’s 115 single-engine and twin-engine fleet, providing students with state-of-the art Level 6 AeroSim FTDs (Flight Training Devices), AATDs (Advanced Aircraft Training Devices) and modernized, scenario-based curricula. The

Colgan Flight 3407 NTSB Animation of Buffalo Accident Q400

May 18, 2009

Courtesy: National Transportation Safety Board

The NTSB.GOV website keeps going down, so here’s the animation.

This three-dimensional (3-D) animated reconstruction shows the last 2 minutes of the February 12, 2009, accident involving a Bombardier DHC-8-400, N200WQ, operated by of Colgan Air, Inc., which crashed about 5 nautical miles northeast of Buffalo-Niagara International Airport, Buffalo, New York, while on an instrument landing system approach to runway 23. During the approach, a pitchup motion occurred, followed by a left roll and then a right roll. During these maneuvers, both the stick shaker and stick pusher were activated, and the speed decreased. After further pitch and roll excursions, the airplane entered a steep descent from which it did not recover.
The animation shows excerpts from the flight data recorder (FDR), the pit voice recorder (CVR) transcript, recorded radar data, and aircraft performance data. It does not depict the weather or visibility conditions at the time of the accident. The animation does not include audio.
The upper portion of the animation shows a 3-D model of the airplane and the airplanes motions during the accident sequence. In this area, selected content from the CVR transcript or other annotations are superimposed as text at the time that the event occurred. All times (in eastern standard time) are shown on the right side of the screen.
The lower portion of the animation depicts instruments and indicators, which display selected FDR or calculated parameters. The instruments and indications are shown in three sections, which are (from left to right):
•Airspeed, airspeed tape, low speed cue, attitude indicator showing pitch and roll attitude, altitude, altitude tape, rate of climb, and heading;
•Stick shaker and stick pusher indicated as text, control wheel/column icon depicting the control wheel (rotating right or left) and control column (moving up or down) inputs, and an indicator showing rudder pedal inputs; and
•The power lever and condition lever as indicators, the flap handle selection as an indicator, and auto pilot status and gearhandle position indicated as text.
Excerpts from CVR transcript:
22:15:06.3       HOT-1    flaps five.?22:15:08.1       HOT-2    what??22:15:08.8       HOT-1    flaps five please.?22:15:13.5       APP        Colgan thirty four zero seven three miles from KLUMP turn left heading two six zero maintain two thousand three hundred until established localizer. cleared ILS approach runway two three.?22:15:22.2       RDO-2   left two sixty two thousand three hundred til established and cleared ILS two three approach Colgan thirty four zero seven.?22:15:31.7       HOT-1    alright approach is armed.?22:15:32.8       HOT-2    roger.?22:16:04.1       HOT-1    gear downlocs alive.?22:16:06.4       APP        Colgan thirty four zero seven contact tower one two zero point five. have a good night.?22:16:11.5       RDO-2   over to tower you do the same thirty four zero seven.?22:16:21.2       HOT-2    gears down.?22:16:23.5       HOT-1    flaps fifteen before landing checklist.?22:16:26.6       HOT-2    uhhh.?22:16:37.1       HOT-2    I put the flaps up.?22:16:42.2       HOT-1    [grunt]?22:16:45.8       HOT-2    should the gear up??22:16:46.8       HOT-1    gear up.?22:16:50.1       CAM       [increase in ambient noise]?22:16:51.9       CAM       [thump]

Duration : 0:2:39

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