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Swedish Aerobatic Demo

03:37 172929 0 mach3

Footage of the Swedish aerobatic demonstration squad Team 60. Formed in 1974 the team uses SAAB 105s. The unofficial name of the group were, while they were based at Ljungbyhed AFB, "En sexa Skåne" which translates to "six centilitres of Skåne Akvavit" in English.

Too much stress rips the wings off a multi...

00:45 165193 0 Desertwind

NTSB Identification: FTW83FA424 . The docket is stored on NTSB microfiche number 21677. 14 CFR Part 91: General Aviation Accident occurred Sunday, September 11, 1983 in PLAINVIEW, TX Aircraft: PARTENAVIA P68C, registration: N29561 Injuries: 1 Fatal. THE PLT WAS EXECUTING A HIGH SPEED PASS OVER THE RWY AT ABOUT 250 FT AGL. THE PLT THEN BEGAN A RAPID PULL-UP & BOTH WINGS SEPARATED JUST OUTBOARD OF THE ENG NACELLES. RECONSTRUCTION OF THE SEQUENCE FROM A VIDEOTAPE REVEALED THAT THE ACFT'S SPEED AT THE TIME OF THE WING SEPARATIONS WAS 220 KTS. VNE FOR THE ACFT IS 193 KTS. IT WAS CALCULATED THAT, AT 220 KTS & AN 8 DEG NOSE-UP PITCH, THE 'G' LOAD AT THE TIME OF THE WING SEPARATIONS WOULD HAVE BEEN 8.3 G'S.

Sandbar short landings in Alaska

01:08 178980 0 Foxx

An Alaskan Bush Pilot displays landing skills on a sand bar.

Funny Planes you never seen before

01:05 166596 0 ForFun

This clip contains several interesting planes which kinda look real....but....

Europe Airspace Closed Icelandic Volcanic ...

02:02 172950 0 Lionel (not yet rated)

Europe Airspace Closed 12:00-18:00 GMT due to Icelandic Volcanic Ash Cloud

Iceland's volcanic ash halts flights acros...

03:48 171345 0 Lionel

LONDON An ash cloud from Iceland's spewing volcano halted air traffic across a wide swath of Europe on Thursday, grounding planes on a scale unseen since the 2001 terror attacks as authorities stopped all flights over Britain, Ireland and the Nordic countries.

B-25 Flight Demo

10:29 173927 0 USA_Spotter

Virginia Beach's Military Aviation Museum flew their B-25 for a short flight demo, on April 10, 2010, after LtCol (ret) Don Wagner spoke about his B-25 experiences during WWII. The Colonel was aboard the Mitchell during the flight demo.

Sukhoi T-50 Stealth First Flight 2010

00:42 149459 0 Vilnius (not yet rated)

Russian New Stealth Aircraft T-50 PAK-FA. This plane is the first 5th generation Jet Fighter of the Russian AirForce. It is made in cooperation with India. First flight took place on January 28th - 2010 at the Sukhoi plant at Komsomolk-Na-Amur (GE : 50°36'12.20"N - 137° 4'52.58"E). Flight duration : 45 minutes. Test-pilot : Sergey Bogdan.

SUKHOI PAK FA T-50 5G STEALTH FULL VIDEO

03:31 163903 0 Vilnius

First test flight of new Russian 5th generation stealth fighter Sukhoi PAK FA T-50 took place on January 29, 2010, on the test airfield of Sukhoi/KNAAPO in Komsomolsk-na-Amure, 300km away from Russian/Chinese border. Flight time: 47 min. Tested: take-off/landing, controls, gears, jets. Test pilot: Sergey Bogdan - "Everything went very good, just according the plan". Sukhoi General Director: Mikhail Pogosyan - "This is a great success of the project and the beginning of a new stage in development of Russian military aviation". What experts are saying: Sukhoi T-50 is a result of purely Russian R&D. It will be accepted by Russian Air Force in 2013 and will gradually substitute Su-27s and other 4G aircrafts. In 2015 serial production will start. India Air Force will become a first international customer with approximate order of 250 units.

Flying through thunderstorm over Iraq

09:39 174143 0 Topgun_pilot

This is a video of my crew and I flying through a thunderstorm over Iraq. We had the storm to our left and Iran to our right so we really had nowhere to go. It's the scariest moment I've ever had flying.

Solving the Amelia Earhart Mystery

20:20 162244 0 flygirl

An outline of the Nikumaroro hypothesis as it has been developed by TIGHAR over the last 20 years of investigative work into the disappearance of Amelia Earhart.

Boeing 747 Wing Tips Vortex Test

00:36 166352 0 Lionel (not yet rated)

As part of the overall National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) study of trailing vortices -- the invisible flow of spiraling air that trails from the wings of large aircraft and can "upset" smaller aircraft flying behind -- the NASA Flight Research Center (FRC) borrowed a Boeing 747 jetliner for testing. The B-747 had been purchased by NASA for the space shuttle program and assigned to the Johnson Space Center. Six smoke generators were installed under the wings of the B-747 to provide a visual image of the trailing vortices.