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Why Do Dash 7s Still Fly in Canada?

A big thank you to JetTip for sponsoring this video. The de Havilland Canada Dash 8 is a widely popular regional turboprop aircraft that has sold in the hundreds and thousands. But before this regional success story came another aircraft. That aircraft is the de Havilland Canada Dash 7. While the Dash 7 may look […]

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DO PILOTS Need MATH And PHYSICS? The Real ANSWER
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DO PILOTS Need MATH And PHYSICS? The Real ANSWER

Hi guys welcome to my channel and thank you for seeing this video todays video its about math Physics and there significant in aviation It is important to know ,how to calculate because every one use an calculator when things need to be calculated right and you actually need to understand Physics when you are […]

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Which way do the Jet Engines rotate? And WHY?!
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Which way do the Jet Engines rotate? And WHY?!

Hi Everybody! Very welcome to mentor and yet another video podcast as always. I hope you’re doing absolutely fantastic. today on the video guys, we’re going to be talking about the rotation of jet engines. Do they rotate the same direction? opposite directions? clockwise? counterclockwise? And what is a critical engine? Stay tuned. this video […]

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ArmA2 helicopter engine failure procedure
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ArmA2 helicopter engine failure procedure

good morning viewers today we’re going to be talking about an emergency landing procedure for engine failure in arma 2 helicopters within a minute this helicopter, an MH-9J, is going to lose the engines and execute a perfect landing using a procedure called autorotation this involves using artificial wind generated by the drag of the […]

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Why are the Boeing 737NG engines FLAT?

Hi everybody, welcome to Mentour, here’s another video podcast as always I hope you are doing absolutely fantastic so today on the podcast, Why is the engine on the 737 flat at the bottom? Stay tuned. Right everybody, so why is it that the 737NG has engines that look like they’re a little bit flat […]

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Fly in a vintage WWII-era aircraft
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Fly in a vintage WWII-era aircraft

Today we’re flying a 1940 Navy SNJ aircraft was actually flown by the Navy in World War Two. It’s a 72 year-old airplane and we’re out over the city of Reading. In 1940, maybe, there were about 15 and a half thousand SNJ made. This is an early model. It’s an SNJ-2. There were only […]

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Raw Footage of the China Airlines Flight 120 Explosion
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Raw Footage of the China Airlines Flight 120 Explosion

NARRATOR: China Airlines Flight 120 is on final approach for landing. They’re now less than a minute from the runway. AUTOPILOT: T20, 10. NARRATOR: It’s a textbook landing. All that’s left for the China Airlines pilots is to park the plane. Engine start levers. Engine start levers cut off. NARRATOR: With the engines off, they […]

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