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 41 
 on: April 22, 2015, 03:38:18 PM 
Started by alphazulu - Last post by spikerjack
That looks like a 27,000 foot descent in about 5-6 minutes......




I applaud the pilot's rapid decision-making with only limited facts (i.e. single unconscious passenger). 


 42 
 on: April 22, 2015, 02:04:18 PM 
Started by alphazulu - Last post by alphazulu
http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/flight-diverted-after-declaring-air-pressure-emergency-n346321

 43 
 on: April 22, 2015, 05:14:40 AM 
Started by ludwigloh - Last post by ludwigloh
Har det blivit bättre senaste dagarna/veckan? Vi har haft en hel del problem med preampsen. Nu sitter ingen preamp i för första gången och jag tycker det låter helt OK. Det är sweden på 118.4 som kan falla bort ibland om de inte använder krokek-masten men det gjorde den med preamp också vill jag minnas.

 44 
 on: April 21, 2015, 09:53:42 PM 
Started by 777lrf - Last post by 777lrf
LPAZ has been down for over a week. Is it coming back hopefully? Thanks!

 45 
 on: April 21, 2015, 06:36:36 PM 
Started by darrylr - Last post by NoMad
I am standing here beside myself - Ben Jabituya

 46 
 on: April 21, 2015, 03:41:43 PM 
Started by semperflyer797 - Last post by VictorAtienza94
Working on a video about this!

Thank you very much for sharing!! cheesy

 47 
 on: April 21, 2015, 12:29:45 PM 
Started by darrylr - Last post by jbadger10
Unfortunately a mostly clueless article  and just a link to the video I already linked to.

And errors in that article...

Aero Acres has a paved not a dirt runway.

N7502S is an Aerostar 601 not a 601P, clear from its FAA registration, and other online mention of the aircraft. (looks like the "author" just cut and pasted something about the 601P from elsewhere... actually if you read the Wikipedia article (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piper_Aerostar)  for the Aerostar you can see exactly how he repeatedly lifted text from there and rearranged it, without any attribution).

The Trade-a-plane advertisement (http://www.trade-a-plane.com/detail/aircraft/Multi+Engine+Piston/1970/Aerostar/601/2076612.html) for that aircraft seems to have been made and posted to at least one online forum very quickly and contains easily findable public information about the aircraft/owner. It might have been posted by somebody as joke. it would be interesting to know.


Sorry about that. I removed the link I posted. I am at work and my company's firewall doesn't allow me to access anything on Facebook so I didn't know it was the same thing. The whole thing is definitely a bit strange though - regardless of the accuracy of the article. I'm interested to hear the results of whatever inquiry will come that pilot's way....

 48 
 on: April 21, 2015, 11:09:13 AM 
Started by darrylr - Last post by darrylr
Unfortunately a mostly clueless article  and just a link to the video I already linked to.

And errors in that article...

Aero Acres has a paved not a dirt runway.

N7502S is an Aerostar 601 not a 601P, clear from its FAA registration, and other online mention of the aircraft. (looks like the "author" just cut and pasted something about the 601P from elsewhere... actually if you read the Wikipedia article (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piper_Aerostar)  for the Aerostar you can see exactly how he repeatedly lifted text from there and rearranged it, without any attribution).

The Trade-a-plane advertisement (http://www.trade-a-plane.com/detail/aircraft/Multi+Engine+Piston/1970/Aerostar/601/2076612.html) for that aircraft seems to have been made and posted to at least one online forum very quickly and contains easily findable public information about the aircraft/owner. It might have been posted by somebody as joke. it would be interesting to know.

 49 
 on: April 21, 2015, 10:56:37 AM 
Started by semperflyer797 - Last post by semperflyer797
 On April 19th Austrian Flight 94, a Boeing 777-200 from Washington Dulles international to Vienna was forced to make an emergency landing back into Dulles due to smoke coming from an oven during their initial climb.  The clip isn't the most interesting thing to listen to other than to note that the aircrew and ATC weren't exactly on the same page.  In fact the pilot at one point is heard telling ATC to basically leave them alone because they want to run some checklists.  Later in the landing sequence the crew are advised that fire rescue will not be able to get out to runway 19C for some reason, and are asked if they would like to switch to 19L, which they decline.  Lastly it seemed a little odd that the tower tried to squeeze out one last departure before the Austrian flight landed.  Luckily everything worked out fine but had there been another problem with one of these aircraft it could have gone down hill in a hurry.

 50 
 on: April 21, 2015, 02:19:04 AM 
Started by darrylr - Last post by buckeem
looks like custom whisper  tips

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