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First Officer lands King Air B100 on a challenging runway

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This video shows how First Officer David Parkes lands a King Air B100 on Danbury's challenging runway 26. Due to the obstacle situation, this requires a 6 degree glide path angle. At 100kts the required descent rate is 1,000 feet per minute. The First Officers flies this approach very stable and with exemplary precision. (www.youtube.com) 기타...

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chalet
chalet 2
Guido, you mind a suggestion or two: firstly the sounds of the engines is not there, it is important to correlate the sounds with descents/climbs, secondly the camera is focused on the instruments so it is almost imposible to see whether you are climbing or descending, it is so important to see the horizon too. Best regards.
okguido
Thank you!
The problem we have with the camera angle is the different light inside / outside. One camera will not be able to capture both with the correct exposure. I am working on a solution with 2 cameras and split the screen, but this may take a while.
Same goes for the sound: at the moment audio is only what goes in the head sets.A second microphone will be required for ambient noise.
Thanks for your comment and happy Landings,
Guido
captainjman
I wish I had youtube in the 80's and 90's when I was in training to help learn it all from pros. Todays training pilots have a plethora of information at their fingertips like never before thanks to people who do things like this - adding subtitles, explaining it all, etc etc.

One criticism, a better camera angle would be helpful, that view reminds me of the 757 jump-seat view! LOL
akayemm
Dear friend Jason Feldman, my apologies for philosophising !
You were lucky you had 'some ' teachers to guide. What about so many long before you did ? (Wright Bros. included !)
Today we have more and better tools of learning. But simultaneously, the things to learn have increased quantitatively as well as qualitatively !
No ?
P.S. - I was an engineering student during late 60's ! No calculators just a 'slide rule' or log tables !
dvl
Guido: I really like the subtitles which explain various details of what is being done and why. Thank you.
okguido
Thank you very much, Dan.
Happy Landings,
Guido
tjmb
Er.A.K.Mittal: Outstanding comments and suggestions!
akayemm
ThanX my friend Tom Jones.
I am flattered !
atsdroid
Well done to the FO, and well done to the CAPT for his prolific posting of inflight videos! -Subscribed-
okguido
Thanks Andrew, also on behalf of the FO...
Happy Landings,
Guido
augerin
Mr. Werneke, It's ALWAYS a pleasure watching your videos. Best regards.
okguido
Only my pleasure, Dave!
Happy Landings,
Guido
daveblevins52
Great job on this video Mr. Warneke. Thanks very much for posting.
Mr. Parkes did an excellent job. Very good teamwork.
okguido
Thank you Dave - I will pass this on to David Parkes.
Happy Landings,
Guido
usmantalha
always great and nice to see your very enjoyable landings...hope to see more very soon guido..
okguido
Thank you Shahid!
Happy Landings,
Guido
209flyboy
Another great job Guido. Keep up the good work.
KennyFlys
Ken Lane 1
You can barely see the fence so first appearance you'd think it's not a big deal. But then, an extra three degrees over the usual three isn't a lot of angle... until you try to fly it.

Though this was purely a visual approach with no IAP available, it's still an excellent demonstration of there being no excuse for a non-precision approach to not to be flown with precision.
okguido
You are so right, Ken. Tell this to the crew of the Asiana B777.
Happy Landings,
Guido
rwappleton
Very Nice!!!!! On the centerline too!
n500hy
Nice job. Done that one a few times in the Beechjet.
BTW.. N6045S was my first corporate flying job out of JZI.
jetboy623
Great work Guido.

Have you ever done the 35 approach in the beech?
tjmb
As always, a great video! you provide excellent instruction and positive feedback.
okguido
Thank you very much, Tom!
Happy Landings,
Guido
akayemm
Dear friend Guido Warnecke, I have noticed that FA have 'staff writers' .
Do we have 'staff videographers' or some one like 'staff video curator' ? Who may be entrusted to apprise the members of FA with aviation related VDOs ?
You have a great collection of your own ! The advantage can be that there can be extensive exchange of views related to the particular VDO squawked here ! Some thing that is lacking on Youtube due to lack of professional participation there !
mrromalley
Textbook
okguido
Thank you very much, Ryan.
Credits go to the First Officer.
Happy Landings,
Guido
treehouse4rent
Nice Guido!

I'm thinking about getting a Go Pro. Not sure how to get the ATC transmissions through to it though.

Best wishes!

Carlos
Hawker 850XP
okguido
Thanks Carols!
For the ATC, I tap into the headset socket with an adapter and from there into the camera.
Happy Landings,
Guido

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okguido
Thank you!
Happy Landings,
Guido
dmanuel
dmanuel 0
Wonderful video Guido. I have a GoPro 3 and would appreciate some additional detail on the setup you use to get the ATC audio into the camera. Thanks
okguido
Thank you!
I have an adapter that plugs into the head set socket of the airplane. Cable goes into the camera.
Happy Landings,
Guido
cessna126
Just wondering why the PNF gave the approach brief? Typically the pilot flying gives it and calls for the checklists.
akayemm
Another great VDO from your stock.
Good piece of source of learning.
ThanX dear friend Guido Warnecke .
okguido
You are very welcome!
Happy Landings,
Guido

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