Magazine: Kitplanes December 2003 – Dash-5

Magazine: Kitplanes December 2003 – Dash-5

Repint of the December 2003 edtion of Kitplanes introducing the Dash-5 option. Download  

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2003 – N57V – Richard Riley – Velocity SE/FG – Fargo, OK – 0

  The 1,500-hour commercial pilot was practicing slow flight operation at 400-500 feet above the ground, when he lost control of the aircraft and was unable to recover. The pilot stated to an FAA inspector that he attempted both power on and power off recovery techniques, but could not overcome the nose high attitude. Unsuccessful […]

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[Picture Album] 2003 Rough River

[Picture Album] 2003 Rough River

Here are some pictures from the Rough River fly-in in October 2003.   For formatting only Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisci elit, sed eiusmod tempor incidunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrum exercitationem ullam corporis suscipit laboriosam, nisi ut aliquid ex ea commodi consequatur. Quis aute […]

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Magazine: Sport Aviation October 2003 – Dash-5 Launch

Magazine: Sport Aviation October 2003 – Dash-5 Launch

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2003 – N113JG – James Green – Velocity SE/RG – Skiatook, OK – 0

  The 20,000-hour airline transport pilot stated that the aircraft was slow to accelerate during the takeoff roll, and that it was hot with no wind. The airplane did not become airborne, and the pilot reduced power to abort the takeoff; however, the airplane exited the departure end of Runway 35 (2,900 feet usable) and […]

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2003 – N51576 – Sam DaSilva – Velocity SE/FG – Sebastian, FL – 0

2003 – N51576 – Sam DaSilva – Velocity SE/FG – Sebastian, FL – 0

Engine failure with serious injuries. | FAA | NTSB Final | News | On July 1, 2003, about 1240 eastern daylight time, a homebuilt Velocity, N51576, registered to a private individual, experienced a total loss of engine power during cruise flight near Sebastian, Florida. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed at the time and no flight plan […]

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