A rare Saab Draken (N35350) at the Reno Air Races in 2003. Unfortunately
the aircraft spent most of this flight away from the airport on a photo
run. This video does include a nice engine start and finishes with a chute
landing. The aircraft is powered by a Volvo Flygmotor RM 6C built under
license from Rolls-Royce (Avon 300).
02:22 Engine Start
04:08 Take Off
05:25 Landing with drag chute
Viggen-kollision (English subtitles)
Ljudupptagning från två Viggenplan som kolliderar. Händelsen inträffade
Oktober 1996. Flygplanen kom från Jämtlands flygflottilj F4.
A fighter pilot tells of when he collided with another fighter. The
subtitles are done with Google translate so it's not the best.
It happened in October 1996 Sweden.
The aircraft is Saab 37 Viggen. The moving pictures are not from the date
when the plan crashed.
Saab 37 Viggen's last flight
AJS 37 Viggen leaving the F10 wing for it's last flight on april 11, 2000,
repainted for the occasion in a striking red livery (red is the unit colour
of Johan Röd, the 1st Squadron of the F10 wing). The white ghost symbol
originates from Johan Röd squadron badge.
R.I.P. Saab 37 Viggen (February 8, 1967 - November 25, 2005)
Backcountry Aviation's STOL Tips: (The Landing)
This is the third part of a series on backcountry flying involving the the
landing. In an effort to merge our old power points into a more
entertaining and informative format we are moving to videos. If you are
interested subscribe for more down the road.
The full write up is here:
We use a Maule M7, Piper PA-18, Carbon Cub, and a Cessna 185 to
demonstrate STOL landings in the backcountry.