Plane In Alaska Has Unique Take Off Method

Submitted by: FredSpudman 3 years ago Science

Seriously, I Know Gravity"ll Take Care Of It, But This Takes Balls
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Male 653
@747Pilot Although hopefully not in a 747.
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Male 1,454
i`d do it, piece of cake!
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Male 653
@Tupinambis Eh?

@elkingo Except it WAS an awesome take off and WASN`T a crash, hence it can`t have been closer to a crash than a awesome take-off.
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Male 7,775
I don`t care what the laws of physics say, I ain`t getting in that f****** thing.
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Male 36,512
There`s lots of VSTOL aircraft out there? But I don`t think that`s one of them! :eek:

Very Short Take Off / Landing...

Anyone know what kind of plane that is? It`s neat!
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Male 5,620
After logging several 100 hours on a flight simulator... I am amazed he tried this... That was a lot closer to a crash than an awesome take-off. Fun to do crap like this in a sim, but life has no reset button.
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Male 1,243
Bit risky but not that bad, would be an awesome rush though.
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Male 1,950
If that`s how he took off, how did he land there? Did he construct his Acme plane there?
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Male 11,740
That`s how I do it with a hang glider. It`s no big deal as long as you have a big enough drop.
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Male 568
On another note, here`s a good example of aliasing!
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Male 653
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