Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-3
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Roskilde Airshow 2013, Messerschmitt Me 109 G-4, the flight
The rare Messerschmitt Me 109 [Red 7] seen on the ground and in the air on saturday the 17th of August at Roskilde Airshow 2013 in Denmark. All though the pictures are far from perfect you can enjoy the fantastic sound from that machine in the air. App. 95% of the total flight is recorded in this video. In the show the next day it did make an emergency landing in a cornfield near the airport. Luckily with no harm to the skilled pilot Klaus Plasa, and only minor damage to the plane. The plane is own by EADS - a huge european aerospace organisation and has home at Flugmuseum Messerschmitt (Messerschmitt Stiftung) near München. There exist only very few Me 109 mounted with the original Daimler-Benz DB-605 engine. The plane itself is not quite original as it is licence build in Spain in 1950. The plane have participated in the famous movie The Battle of Britain and has crashed several times during its long life. News May 2014: The accident report from the belly landing have been published in May 2014 and reveal why the engine did stop in the air on that Sunday. The reason was that this Me109 is not intended to do negative G flight, for example, level flight upside down which the airplane did immediately before the engine stopped. In the plane's Flight Manual, there was no restrictions about that, and therefore the pilot could not know about that limitation. Restriction markings regarding negative G fligh is now put into the Flight Manual. News May 2015: The plane has now been repaired and is flying again. In addition, it has now been published that the Red 7 once more will participate in the big national airshow in Roskilde Denmark in 2015. It is the same airshow where the plane unfortunately had to belly land in a cornfield in 2013.
Walter Eichhorn fliegt die G10 der Messerschmittstiftung Daimler Benz V12 "DB605 D" mit ca36ltr Hubraum und 1435-1850 PS je nach Ausführung (Normal/superbenzin) und/oder Wasser/Methanol Einspritzung (MW50) 3Ventiler; Benzin-Direkteinspritzung; barometrische Ladedruckregelung
Flying Bf 109 G-4 Red 7 / Restored after Roskilde Airshow crash. Fly with the pilot / MUST SEE!!
Ready for take off. Accompany the pilot in a Me 109 G4. Watch inside the cockpit what is going on while starting, during flight and landing. Unique pictures of a legendary Aircraft in action. The complete flying display at http://flugmuseum-messerschmitt.com Begleiten Sie den Piloten einer Me 109 G4 beim starten, während des Flugs und bei der Landung. Einzigartige Bilder einer legendären Maschine in der Luft. Das komplette flying display finden Sie auf http://flugmuseum-messerschmitt.com