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After nearly a year of flying heli's, I have finally cracked it! The next vid will be 3D flying i'm sure!
2 May 2010
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9 Mar 2008
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He jumps from a helicopter down the side of a mountian. Looks like a flying squirrel in his wingsuit....BASE jumping flying helicopter mountain extreme sports .
10 Oct 2008
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We don’t have the official wind suit so we got some bed-sheets and made a couple of home made “wind suits” (we hope it’ll work!) We’re going to form a group that wants to experiment – meet at Kilimanjaro Saturday. Seriously… see w w. double your income. us and we’ll show you how to make the money to buy all the equipment…. Even, buy the mountain, fancy casket or whatever you want. Increase your income, increase your lifestyle ---Fly like an Eagle!
16 Mar 2009
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24 Mar 2009
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Dean Potter is characterized by creativity, commitment and challenge. He started climbing as a child, with a free solo fall from a stone wall as one of his earliest memories. Since that time, he has speed soloed Half Dome and El Capitan, Cerro Torre, and Fitzroy. He was the first to make a one-day free ascent of El Cap and Half Dome, and a one-day speed linkup of both of those big walls and Mount Watkins, Yosemites third Grade VI wall. He has also established testpiece crack routes in the Utah desert and highball boulder problems in Yosemite. For more on Dean visit prAna**** Dean has walked the longest highlines, often without a safety leash, though he has dedicated over a decade of engineering and testing to create the safest highline systems currently used. Most recently, he has combined BASE jumping skill with highlining and free soloing, using a specially engineered ultralight BASE rig as his backup system. Dean currently bases out of Yosemite, where he can usually be found on a large piece of granite. For videos, photos and more information on Dean, visit ******* or prAna****
25 Sep 2010
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Sports flying eagle bowling shot Chris Barnes rolls out the magic
27 Aug 2007
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Faster Than Any Rotorcraft In It's Class... And Possibly Faster One of the true "reveals" of the 2008 HAI Trade Show was Sikorsky's surprising (but delightful) decision to pull their X2 research aircraft off the line (where it is preparing for first flight) and bring it to the show. This was the first major public venue in which the on-again, off-again development project that could change the nature of rotorcraft design had seen the light of day. The X2 Technology Demonstrator is designed to demonstrate how a helicopter can cruise comfortably at 250 knots, while retaining desirable helicopter attributes, including excellent low speed handling, efficient hovering and autorotation safety, and a seamless and simple transition to high speed. "The X2 Technology Demonstrator is an integrated suite of technologies intended to advance the state-of-the-art, counter-rotating coaxial rotor helicopter. As we continue to work to prove out and mature the technologies that will allow the X2 Technology Demonstrator to become a viable product, we are focused on testing its limits and finding out where this technology will take us," said Jeffrey P. Pino, Sikorsky President. "This could be a 'game changer' in the industry. We are diligently pursuing this as a research project. We are testing the limits and pioneering this exciting innovation." In development at Sikorsky for several years, the X2 Technology Demonstrator sports fly-by-wire flight controls, counter-rotating rigid rotor blades, hub drag reduction, active vibration control, and an integrated auxiliary propulsion system. Peter Grant, Sikorsky Senior Manager of Advanced Programs, noted the X2 Technology Demonstrator has continued to make progress toward first flight. "Throughout 2007, the aircraft made excellent additional build and subsystem test progress, re-entering vehicle ground testing in November 2007. Extensive test instrumentation is also being installed as preparation for its first flight," Grant said. As ANN reported, Sikorsky Aircraft first announced X2 Technology in June 2005. After being grounded in 2006 during a 10-week machinists strike, Sikorsky resumed development of the X2 next-generation helicopter last year. The X2 Technology Demonstrator is built as a rapid prototyping collaboration effort with Sikorsky subsidiary Schweizer Aircraft. The project is solely funded by Sikorsky. FMI: www.sikorsky**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, ALL Rights Reserved.
20 Mar 2008
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10 Sep 2008
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The SkyCatchers Are Coming... Soon! It won't be long now... before brand new Cessna LSAs start taking to the sky to help a new generation of aviators take wing. At the 2009 US Sport Aviation Expo, ANN's Jim Campbell caught up with the Cessna folks to get an update on the SkyCatcher program. At this time, all engineering work and testing of the 162 SkyCatcher is being completed according to American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards. Remaining flight tests are focused on gathering data and making minor refinements to ensure the aircraft complies with ASTM requirements and fulfills its intended role in the training and sport flying market. An extensive Ground Vibration Test, though not an ASTM requirement, was conducted to meet Cessna’s lofty standards for airframe integrity. Additional testing beyond the ASTM requirements will include a full airframe fatigue test on a production aircraft. Cessna plans to begin deliveries in the US later this year. The $111,500 Model 162 has two-seat capacity including the pilot. Suitable allowance for luggage is provided aft of the seats. A left hand and right hand door allow access for the pilot and passenger. An all-new Garmin G300 avionics package was specifically designed for the SkyCatcher. A single Garmin G300 display will provide primary flight, engine and moving map information in a split screen format. Other standard equipment will include a Garmin SL40 Com radio, Garmin GTX327 Mode C transponder, VFR GPS and a 121.5 MHz ELT. Options include a second MFD, audio panel and autopilot. The SkyCatcher's use of a novel iteration of dual control sticks makes for a roomy and functional cockpit. Teledyne Continental's new O-200D will be doing motivational duty for all SkyCatchers. The SkyCatcher's Continental O-200D is an air-cooled, four-cylinder, naturally aspirated, spark ignition, direct drive engine that produces a maximum of 100 brake horsepower at 2,800 RPM. The Continental O-200D allows for a cruise at speeds up to 118 knots, with a range of 470 nautical miles and a service ceiling of 15,500 feet. The Takeoff Distance is 1250 ft, Landing Distances are reported to be 1040 ft and the SL ROC is 890 fpm. Cessna Updates The SkyCatcher Program For Aero-TV! FMI: www.cessna****,****,****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
22 Jan 2012
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Aircharter services by Hi Flying Aviation India Asia. Aircraft and Helicopter charter services for domestic and international flying. Business, Corporate, Tourist, Sports flying and Air Ambulance for India, Asia, Middle east, Europe and USA. *******www.hiflyingcharters****.
26 Apr 2009
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*******www.electrifly**** The SU-31’s cutting-edge maneuvers and astounding aerobatics have made it an air show superstar for almost two decades. A factory-applied MonoKote trim scheme, a painted fiberglass cowl and ABS wheel pants help make this compact E-Performance Series ARF just as spectacular! Combining traditional construction with the benefits of brushless power, its two-piece wing makes it as easy to assemble as it is fun to fly. Take it out for an enjoyable day of sport flying or perform pulse-quickening 3D maneuvers!
14 May 2009
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