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One thing that will shock you is how tenacious some trees are. I use my backhoe to dig out stumps, and a large stump is quite difficult to dig...
A related question: If an AME learns that someone has fudged the information on their medical, even through a third party, can the AME invalidate...
Or a lot of trim. I had this same issue, and ended up with so much trim I was holding slight forward pressure to get down to the runway, and...
Do you know how to enable the "hands down" setting on an AirMap?
And yet, in reality, it worked approximately never.
Hanging out here can cause that fear.
If the photo is real, then the plane is tiny, as you mention. I've flown RC planes through really tight places. Well, I tried to.
The plane is obviously too small, relative to the bridge size, to be real.
Well, a GPS counts as a "nav".
Hopefully, a lot. That link was posted everywhere, including several major news sites. But $1.50/1,000 views, that's crazy money.
Also note that storing it for a couple of years may cost more than selling it and re-buying it.
Looks great, 1300 lbs. of payload with full fuel! I wonder if the Lom Praha M337C-A V engines are FAA certified?
It could have been very gusty at takeoff. The airplane didn't stall, did it? Envelope protection only limits the extent of the excursions, it...
All events of that type are ground loops. It can be even be done in a tricycle gear plane.
Actually, I've had controllers become annoyingly cranky. Not at me, of course.
Your cynicism doesn't fit in this case. The Pateys are very energetic, very driven, and yet very humble.
One interesting note: for Mike Patey, a huge project such as Draco takes months, not years. Most of the design/construction is on his YT channel.
If you watch the video to which I linked, he says it was his fault. I saw no "showing off". He was just leaving for home.
I didn't see a spin, but I did see a ground loop.
The wonky Wilga gear setup sure didn't help.