Carribean Cessna Flying

January 7, 2010

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Hey guys I’m back, I know it’s been awhile. The reason I haven’t been uploading is because I had to make a move, not a very far one, actually just a few streets away. Anyways, while I was gone I upgraded my computer with a new Geforce 9600 GSO graphics card, so none of my videos will have the familiar lag as they use to. Also I finally got my hands on a nice payware 757, no it’s not the the new Quality Wings 757, I purchased the Just Flight package of the Captain Sim 757, and I love it so I’ll be making a few videos featuring the 757 soon. And finally my videos will return to full HD once I figure out how to render correctly. Anyways, enjoy my video. 🙂

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Duration : 0:4:4

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FTX AUSTRALIA COMPLETE: Cessna landing in Hamilton

October 30, 2009

Copyright © SUPERSONIC PRODUCTIONS 2009.

Carenado Cessna 182 landing in Hamilton, Australia.

“Cessna Landing in Hamilton” was created under Microsoft’s Game Content Usage Rules using assets from Flight Simulator X, © Microsoft Corporation.

Site: http://supersonicproductions.net/
Forum: http://supersonicproductions.net/forum/

Duration : 0:1:17

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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.

Duration : 0:2:53

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FSX Cessna Landing @ EGPD Aberdeen Airport

September 15, 2009

Fsx Cessna 172 with real weather loaded while it was snowing in Aberdeen, Scotland. Capured with fraps. www.fraps.com

Duration : 0:3:20

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Flight1 Cessna Citation Mustang for FSX

August 20, 2009

Watch in HD! This is the recently released Cessna Citation Mustang from Flight1. I just got started with this plane and am still in the stages of studying the Garmin G1000 before doing too many flights. This video is just a quick run through of a startup.

http://mustang.flight1.net

Duration : 0:4:11

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Cessna L-19 (O-1) Model 305C

August 5, 2009

Link to FlightSim.com where you can download this aircraft – http://tinyurl.com/nvcntf
Follow me on twitter – http://twitter.com/Cessna154

Thanks for watching.

http://caffeinatedman.com

Cessna L-19 (O-1) Model 305C was created under Microsofts Game Content Usage Rules using ets from Flight Simulator X, © Microsoft Corporation.

Duration : 0:1:51

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Cessna Citation 500

August 3, 2009

Try out this freeware add-on. Link to FlightSim.com here – http://tinyurl.com/kr8jah
The FSX version is here – http://tinyurl.com/m746n7
Follow me on twitter – http://twitter.com/Cessna154

Cessna Citation 500 was created under Microsofts Game Content Usage Rules using ets from Flight Simulator 2004, © Microsoft Corporation.

Duration : 0:2:31

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Just Flight Cessna 152 Review

April 19, 2009

Flying Club X – justflight.com Flying Club – justflight.com Flying Club C152 – justflight.com My website – caffeinatedman.com Written Review coming shortly. Just Flight Cessna 152 Review was created under Microsofts Game Content Usage Rules using ets from Flight Simulator X, © Microsoft Corporation.

Duration : 0:5:59

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WHAT? A UFO? Or Just a …. Cessna 172 in Space?

February 25, 2009

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A Cessna 172 Skyhawk? In outer space? Really?

WHAT? Cessna 172 in Space? was created under Microsofts Game Content Usage Rules using ets from Flight Simulator X, © Microsoft Corporation.

Duration : 0:1:31

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KSAT TO KMAF

February 3, 2009

Here is a demo IFR flight from KSAT to KMAF on a Mitsubishi MU-2. The Mitsubishi MU-2 is one of postwar Japan’s most successful aircraft. It is a high-wing, twin-engine turboprop, and has a pressurized cabin.

General characteristics

Crew: 1 or 2 pilots
Capacity: 7 passengers
Length: 10.13 m (33 ft 3 in)
Wingspan: 11.94 m (39 ft 2 in)
Height: 3.94 m (12 ft 11 in)
Wing area: 16.5 m² (178 ft²)
Empty weight: 2,422 kg (5,340 lb)
Max takeoff weight: 4,050 kg (8,930 lb)
Powerplant: 2× Garrett TPE331-25A turboprops, 430 kW (575 shp each) each
Performance

Maximum speed: 500 km/h (313 mph)
Range: 1,930 km (1,206 mi)
Service ceiling m (ft)
Rate of climb: 331 m/min (1,086 ft/min)
Wing loading: 245 kg/m² (50.1 lb/ft²)
Power/mass: 0.106 kW/kg (0.129 hp/lb)

Like all aircraft, the safety record of the MU-2 has been examined by government agencies and found to be acceptable when compared to other aircraft in its class; it was involved in 11 accidents with a total of 12 fatalities in a single 18 month period. Also, as reported by CNBC, there have been a total of 330 fatalities from MU-2 crashes.[5] However, there have been years where the MU-2 had no accidents at all. As of October 2005, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has begun a safety evaluation of the aircraft and decided that the aircraft has met its certification requirements – it is safe when operated by properly trained pilots who operate properly maintained aircraft. The FAA is in the process of mandating training specific to the MU-2 as it has in the past for other aircraft. When such mandated training was required outside of the U.S. the MU-2 accident record was vastly improved.

Because the MU-2 offers very high performance at a relatively low cost, some of its operators lack sufficient training and experience for such an advanced aircraft.

From an FAA press release:

The FAA began an aggressive safety evaluation in July 2005. The evaluation is performing a detailed review of accidents, incidents, airworthiness directives, service difficulty reports, safety recommendations and safety reports. It also is examining pilot training requirements, the history of the aircraft’s commercial operators and possible engine problems. The goal is to identify the root causes of MU-2 accidents and incidents and determine what, if any, additional safety actions are needed.
In early 2008 the FAA issued a Special Federal Air Regulation (SFAR) directed at MU-2B operations. Pilots flying this aircraft after that date (current MU-2 pilots would have a year to come into compliance) were required to receive type-specific initial training, as well as recurrent training. It also required that a fully-functional autopilot be available for single-pilot operations, and that FAA-approved checklists and operating manuals be onboard at all times. Also unusual for this SFAR, pilot experience in other aircraft types cannot be used to comply with MU-2 operational requirements – for instance, the requirement to perform landings within the preceding 90 calendar days before carrying passengers is altered by this SFAR to require those landings be made in the MU-2.[6]

There is no regulatory relationship between the SFAR requirements and a Type Rating, however both have completion standards located in the practical test standards. The SFAR requires specific training, currency, and operational requirements. Upon completion of the training requirements the instructor places an endorsement in the pilot’s logbook if the instructor feels that the pilot has met the completions standards outlined in the commercial and instrument PTS. If not, training continues until the pilot meets the minimum standards. In comparison, an FAA Type Rating requires the pilot to complete qualified training followed by a checkride and oral examination by an FAA designated examiner. During a Type Rating checkride the pilot must perform all portions of the ride to a mimimum of the ATP practical test standards (regardless of the category of airman certificate held). A Type Rating becomes part of the pilot’s airman certificate.

In 2000 over 500 MU-2s were in use as corporate transports (mainly in the USA), while many have been converted as freighters.

Today, this twin engine aircraft is still seen flying in todays skies and has proven itself to be a very safe and reliable business transport.

Duration : 0:7:58

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