Aviation

  • The Most Influential Aircraft of World War II
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    The Most Influential Aircraft of World War II

    by nolamaddog17 months ago

    Outlining the most influential aircraft of the second World War. Advances in aviation technology during World War II laid the groundwork for military aviation. This is a tribute to those great planes.

  • How a Helicopter Autorotation Works - Easy to Understand
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    How a Helicopter Autorotation Works - Easy to Understand

    by Markus20 months ago

    Helicopters have the amazing capability of landing safely on a small area free of obstacles even if engine power is lost. Phases, types and aerodynamics of an autorotation are explained in detail.

  • PILOT TRAINING IN AUSTRALIA (PART 4)
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    PILOT TRAINING IN AUSTRALIA (PART 4)

    by Darshana22 months ago

    Aircraft & helicopter training fleet. Aircraft controls & main components. Flight instrument panel air navigation and flying, new technologies. Airport features and circuit pattern flying.

  • Aviation ghosts and mysteries
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    Aviation ghosts and mysteries

    by Peter Geekie7 weeks ago

    Flying has always been a dangerous occupation but in war time life is precarious. It is not surprising that ghostly spirits return to the place of their death until they find peace.

  • Top Pet Peeves about Flying
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    Top Pet Peeves about Flying

    by Paul Richard Kuehn5 days ago

    During my years of flying since 1967, I have experienced occasional annoyance which has really tested my patience. This article relates my top pet peeves ranging from cancelled flights to turbulence.

  • RAFWaffe
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    RAFWaffe

    by Peter Geekie4 months ago

    In 1941 with Britain the only force fighting against Nazi Germany, a secret flight was set up to evaluate enemy aircraft and radar. It was nicknamed the "RAFWaffe".

  • The Russian Strategic Bomber TU-160 is Back as the TU -160 M2
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    The Russian Strategic Bomber TU-160 is Back as the TU -160 M2

    by Madan12 months ago

    The TU -160 first appeared on the scene in 1981. It was made operational but soon production was stopped . In 2014 the Russians have again developed this supersonic bomber and it is coming .

  • How The 1956 Grand Canyon Mid-air Collision Changed Aviation History
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    How The 1956 Grand Canyon Mid-air Collision Changed Aviation History

    by JJ Heathcoat2 years ago

    Discover how a mid-air collision over the Grand Canyon changed the skies forever.

  • Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis
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    Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis

    by Nathan M2 weeks ago

    When Charles Lindbergh flew his tiny monoplane across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927, and touched down in France, many considered it the greatest achievement in the history of flight.

  • Cabri G2: Best Small Helicopter in the World
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    Cabri G2: Best Small Helicopter in the World

    by Markus19 months ago

    With outstanding safety features, a modern glass cockpit and impressive performance, the Cabri G2 is currently the best training helicopter in the world.

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