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Víte, že při pohledu z výšky vypadají Vám dobře známá místa docela jinak a že i v bezprostřední blízkosti Vašeho bydliště jsou místa o jejichž půvabu jste neměli ani tušení? Z paluby našich letadel Vám umožníme pohled na náš region tak, jak jej mohou vidět jen ptáci.


Výcvik pilotů

Naše společnost provádí přezkušování a obnovu kvalifikací mimo jiné pro: jednomotorové jednopilotní letouny, motorové kluzáky, vícemotorové jednopilotní letouny. Dále nabízíme školení a přezkušování pro: FI(A) - letový instruktor a NIGHT - lety VFR v noci.



Nabízíme luxusní a úpřitom cenově dostupné ubytování v novostavbě dvojdomu na území obce Ostrova u Macochy, okres Blansko, v chráněnné krajinné oblasti - okolí Moravského krasu. Ideální místo pro rodinnou dovolenou a jako zázemí pro výlety do překrásného okolí.



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AHS International - The Vertical Flight Technical Society

"Safety First: Vertical takes Robinson’s safety course," Vertical magazine, Apr 5: "... for the past two years, RHC instructors have been teaching what he has coined the “Vuichard Recovery” with great success in the safety courses, and it has also been included in the maneuver guides for the R22, R44, and R66." https://www.verticalmag.com/features/safety-first-vertical-takes-robinsons-safety-course/

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Private Plane Life

All Student Pilots have this problem without exception 😂😂😂

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Aviation with style

Jet rolled over and plummeted 3000m after being caught in superjumbo’s wake: A PRIVATE plane sensationally flipped over “three to five times” before plunging more than 3000 metres towards the Arabian Sea before its heroic pilots managed to pull off a miraculous recovery. The dramatic incident happened when the German aircraft, a Bombardier Challenger 604, was struck by powerful turbulence when a superjumbo flew over it, The Sun reports. The near-disaster, in which passengers were seriously injured and the plane was damaged beyond repair, took place on January 7. Despite happening around nearly three months ago, word of the incredible incident only spread once reported by specialist publication the Aviation Herald. The private jet was carrying 11 passengers and crew and cruising at 10,000 metres near Oman when it passed an Airbus A380, which is understood to have been an Emirates flight from Dubai to Sydney. The superjumbo was flying 3000 metres higher in the opposite direction when the Challenger was reportedly turned upside down and performed up to five complete rolls as it plunged towards the sea. The pilots, whose skill have been praised, managed to stabilise the aircraft after cutting one of its two engines. They landed in Muscat, with several injured passengers on board. The incident was especially dangerous at the cruising altitudes which are known as “coffin corner” because any sudden movement from a normal flight carries a high risk. Flight Service Bureau, an information source for air operators, heaped praise on the crew. “This is a recovery that is in the same category as the Miracle on the Hudson,” referring to the feat in which a US pilot landed his plane safely on the Hudson river in 2009.” The near-crash, which is being investigated by the German air accident agency, has raised concerns about the Airbus 380, the world’s largest passenger jet. Industry experts are now calling for moves by regulators to counter the danger caused by the wakes of big airliners.

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Busted Pilot Forgets To Turn Off CHEMTRAILS While Landing

// A pilot of a commercial airliner made a mistake that PROVES the existence of 'CHEMTRAILS' -- by forgetting to turn them off before he landed!  We have video of the


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Inlet Cowl Thermal Anti Ice The engine inlet is protected against ice buildup by the Inlet Cowl Thermal Anti Ice (ICTAI) system. The system is used as an “anti-ice” system when OAT is less than +10°C with visual moisture or with contaminated/wet runways. The system prevents ice buildup on the inlet cowl leading edges that would disrupt a steady airflow into the engine. The ICTAI valve is controlled from the engine and wing anti-ice panel and uses 28 VDC bus 1 power for ICTAI valve engine 1, and 28VDC bus 2 for ICTAI valve engine 2. The valves are of a pneumatically operated butterfly valve design and spring loaded to the closed position. Interesting to know is that the ICTAI valve can be manually locked in either the full open or closed position when needed to fly to a maintenance supported base with a malfunctioning valve. When selected ON, air branches directly from the engine bleed supply (stage 5 or 9 HPC) upstream the engine bleed valve so this valve has no affect on ICTAI operation. This bleed air is routed through the ICTAI valve to the hollow inlet cowling and reliefs through vents on the underside of the cowling. Pressure in the ICTAI valve is regulated to a maximum of 50 PSI, an aneroid type overpressure switch senses too high pressure when it exceeds 65 PSI which only illuminates an amber COWL ANTI-ICE light (ANTI_ICE annunciator and MASTER CAUTION) requiring a corrective action. The ICTAI valve remains open as it is too important to have the cowlings free of ice regardless the overpressure. As this pressure is a direct result of engine (N2) RPM, this corrective action is to reduce thrust and/or get out of icing conditions and deselect ICTAI. With the switch ON and the ICTAI valve open, the COWL VALVE OPEN light illuminates dim blue and when the valve is in disagree with the switch, the light illuminates bright blue. On the upper DU left of the respective N1 indication, a green TAI message is displayed when the ICTAI valve is open, and indicates amber TAI when the valve is in disagree with the switch position for more than 8 seconds. Selection of ICTAI adjusts the stall warning logic to a 10 kts higher stick shaker value and minimum maneuver speed bars and returns to the normal value when deselected. (no WTAI is selected)

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