Amazing Helicopter Flying, Car Chase
This video exposes the low level helicopter flying done to chase cars for
the amazing footage you may see in a film or on TV. It's real life Grand
Theft Auto, no CGI, no fake stuff!
The truck I am in is a real real bone shaker, it was hauling a full size
trailer and that chopper comes very close to the trailer when passing. I
never felt easy about how close it was to the truck.
Has to be some of the most impressive flying I have seen, luckily I grabbed
some good video of the amazing low level flying. Pilot Gary Ticehurst.
You can see the work Gary did via this link.
Sadly Gary passed away in a Helicopter crash in 2011.
This is a Nissan car commercial from the late 90's, and the director Mr
Peter Cherry is recreating a scene from the film 'The Deer Hunter' where a
car does a risky overtaking move on a truck leaving an industrial site.
This is a Turbine Enstrom Helicopter on the Heli Pad of a Greenpeace ship
some where off the coast of Ireland. One of the deck straps has not been
released correctly, with what was very nearly disastrous consequence. Pilot
skill and quick thinking saved the day.
THE WORLDS BIGGEST PLANES!! by kieran smith
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VzgbjtTDww The Antonov An-225 Mriya,(THE
WORLDS BIGGEST PLANE) (NATO reporting name: Cossack) is a strategic airlift
transport airplane that was built by Antonov (ASTC). It was designed for
the Soviet space program as a replacement for the Myasishchev M-4 'Bison'
for the purpose of carrying the Energia rocket Boosters and to also be able to carry the
Buran space shuttle in piggy-back mode much the same as the American
Shuttle Carrier Aircraft.The An-225 first flew on 21 December, 1988. Only
one An-225 is currently in service. It is commercially available for
carrying ultra heavy and/or oversize freight. It can carry up to 227 metric
tons (250 short tons) of cargo. A second An-225 was partially built in
connection with the Soviet space program but was never finished. This unit
is finally nearing completion as of 2005. The construction of further units
will depend upon demand for oversize cargolifting.At 600 metric tons, the
An-225 is the world's heaviest aircraft, although its wingspan is less than
that of the "Spruce Goose", Howard Hughes' flying boat, which never flew
more a single, short, low-altitude test flight. Both the An-124 and An-225
are larger than the C-5 Galaxy, the largest aircraft in the U.S. inventory.
The An-225 is also larger than the Airbus A380. In November of 2004, FAI
placed the An-225 in the Guinness Book of Records for its 240 records and
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TNT 737 Crash Landing at Birmingham UK
Here is video of the 'TNT' 737 crash-landing at Birmingham Airport (EGBB)
This landing happened after the aborted attempt at Nottingham East
Midlands, where the right main undercarrige was ripped off and took out the
flaps on the right wing. The aircraft is presently sitting on the unused
runway at Birmingham Airport and can be seen from the golf course nearby.
(So my cousin informs me!)
Filmed by a news helicopter that was in the area and handed over to the
local Police and Investigation Team, this is probably the best footage of
an incident like this I have seen.
CH-47 Chinook helicopter-RAF HC Mk2/2A Boeing-wheelie in reverse-emergency landing demonstration.
Stay with the video and see the Chinook helicopter CH-47 RAF HC Mk2/2A do a
reverse wheelie! Boeing HC Mk2/2A Chinook air show display with the
aircraft landing and doing a reverse take off with front gear off the
runway. (pinnicle landing) or demonstration of emergency landing. Display
Team is made up of personnel from 18(B) Squadron, and is supported by a
team of engineers from 18/27 Engineering Squadron, all based at RAF Odiham
in Hampshire. Look out for the fish mouth at the rear of the aircraft.
Flying skill in this air display.
The complete Chinnok display routine can be seen here.
Highlights from the air show can be found
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180 Autorotation accident - Low rotor RPM
According to the pilot-in-command (PIC), he was performing autorotations at
the lower part of the main rotor rpm green arc in part due to weight
considerations. Upon entering the accident autorotation, he maintained an
airspeed between 85-90 knots in the hope that extra speed would allow a
more aggressive deceleration flare prior to touchdown, which should in turn
further slow the rate of descent and forward speed. The helicopter's rate
of descent was high, and as the PIC turned the helicopter onto the runway
heading it was apparent to him that the rate of descent was excessive and
that he was too low to execute either a proper deceleration flare or
perform a power recovery. He attempted to level the helicopter as much as
possible prior to impact to minimize the damage to the helicopter and
prevent injury. The helicopter landed hard with the left skid contacting
the runway first. The left skid collapsed, damaging the outboard landing
gear damper attachment structure. The helicopter slid about 100 yards
before coming to a stop. According to the manufacturer, the main rotor rpm
range is 90 percent to 106.4 percent. At the helicopter's weight and the
density altitude on the day of the accident, the main rotor rpm during the
autorotation should have been above the 106.4 percent limit (red line),
requiring the pilot to increase collective pitch to maintain the rotor rpm
within limits. Performing autorotations at the lower part of the green arc
provides less availability of rotor energy to perform an autorotation
landing. The pilot should have recognized that he was not achieving the
required main rotor rpm for the autorotations and terminated the maneuvers.
The helicopter was within weight and balance limits.
The National Transportation Safety Board determines the probable cause(s)
of this accident as follows:
The pilot's failure to maintain adequate main rotor rpm during an
autorotation, which resulted in a hard landing.