Discussion in 'Jet Aviation Discussion' started by Jet News, Aug 15, 2012.
Bombardier Global 6000 departing Bern with engine tests just before.
Bombardier Global 7500 touching down in Tahiti.
Bombardier Global 6000 from Vistajet.
Out-the-window views while this Bombardier Global Express departed Lisbon.
Russian registered Gulfstream G650 taxi and departure from Bern.
Vistajet Malta Bombardier Challenger 350 departing London Southend Airport.
Pilatus PC-24 departing to Turks and Caicos, a flight vlog...not just a video.
This same aircraft came here a few days ago after it reportedly lost comms over Europe and led to the scrambling of warplanes to intercept it.
D-AFAL, a Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global Express is a 21 year old business jet of the German company FAI Aviation Group at Nürnberg Airport (EDDN). FAI Group owns the aircraft, which was once owned by the Wells Fargo Bank Nordwest, since 2019. The weird external painting is based on a Maori theme and was added in 2019 at Lelystadt Airport in the Netherland.
Yes I was wondering about the paint job... very New Zealand-ish...culturally
Not all take off attempts lead to safe flying:
But good to see that the rejected t/o procedures work. That was pretty close to V1.
Yes that was approaching V1 and rotation speed based on how it looked and sounded in the video. During the checklist they suppose to have a speed where they think they can safely reject the take-off ...if they go beyond that they have to commit to the take off and then try to get back to the field.
1700th Pilatus PC-12
Pilatus PC-12 NGX, the newest iteration of the PC-12 showing off it's Thrust Management System.
One of the most famous Boeing 767s in the world owned by Roman Abramovich, P4-MES.
Cessna Citation CJ4 flight experience . Short flight from Luxembourg to Dusseldorf.
Dassault Falcon 7X flying into VNY.
Flying out to Camarillo, California.
The Gulfstream G650 Serial Number 6013.