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  1. Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky or Sikorski: Kiev, 1889 - Eaton, 1972. American nationalized Russian aeronautical engineer who successfully developed the helicopter. Sikorsky was the first to introduce turbo engines in helicopters, amphibious helicopters with retractable trains and "flying cranes". In 1967, Sikorsky's S-61 flies over and crosses the Atlantic Ocean. Three years later 1970, the S-65 crosses the Pacific Ocean (both flights were carried out with air refuelling). Proud of his invention, which he claimed to have built as a powerful tool for industry and transport and, above all, as an effective means of rescue work for people where access is practically impossible by other means, he congratulated himself towards the end. from his career that the helicopter had saved more than 50,000 lives. https://www.ecured.cu/Ígor_Sikorski
  2. Ephemeris May 21. 1927.- Charles Lindbergh, North American pilot, lands in Paris and successfully completes the first non-stop transatlantic flight, taking the prize of $ 25,000. The airplane with which it achieves it has been designed by himself and baptized it with the name of "Spirit of St. Louis" ("The spirit of Saint Louis"). It took off from New York the day before. The flight lasted 33 and a half hours, covering 5,900 km. (93 years ago) https://www.hechoshistorico DOCUMENTARY CHANNEL 60.200 suscriptores The 20th Century Almanac A series of documentaries that highlights the most important and interesting events of the 20th Century. Shocking events, big scandals, the most famous murders, the most important personalities of international politics. A large dose of knowledge about politics, culture and history. Episode: 1927: The Winged Hero: The Winged Heroflies The Winged Hero SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL FOR MORE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKwZ... Categoría Cine y animación
  3. Ephemeris May 21. 1932.- Five years after Charles Lindbergh succeeded, American aviator Amelia Earhart became the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean alone at the controls of an airplane. (88 years ago) https://www.hechoshistoricos.es/ Yarnhub 123.000 suscriptores Amelia Earhart's adventures from childhood to her attempt to circumnavigate the globe. A trail blazer, record breaker and an icon of her time that pushed the boundaries of aviation and human endurance. All Yarn Hub videos feature original artwork and music. Please do let us know in the comments what you think of this video and what else you would like to see from us. Thanks for all your support! Autor de los subtítulos (Turco) Kampfgruppe Lehr Categoría Cine y animación
  4. Events April 18, 1942 From the Pacific Ocean, at 8:00 a.m., B-25 bombers take off from U.S. aircraft carriers to carry out Doolittle's attack on Tokyo, in revenge for the surprise bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The attack does not cause much damage to the Japanese and results in three dead crew members, eight captured (three will be shot and one will die in prison), plus 16 planes shot down. The main objective of the mission is fulfilled, which is none other than to cause psychological damage to the Japanese population and to raise the morale of the Americans and the Allies, since, after this bombing, the Japanese will have to rethink their defensive system that has not proved valid during the attack and they will have to dedicate a greater number of ships to the defense of their territory, whose defensive lines will have to be advanced further east. (78 years ago) https://www.hechoshistoricos.es/ Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) Jimmy Doolittle Japan Raid, B-25 Mitchell Bomber, 1942 https://www.youtube.com/user/mikeminnesota
  5. Events April 16, 1867 In Millville, USA, Wilbur Wright is born. He and his brother Orville will become aviation pioneers. They will open a bicycle repair and exhibition shop that will end up being a bicycle factory with tools of their own invention. In September 1900, in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, they will test a glider of their own manufacture. In 1903 they will design their first propeller. They will build a plane weighing 337 kg, which will have a 12 HP engine. Finally, on December 17, 1903, at Kitty Hawk, they will make the first powered flights in history. (153 years ago) https://www.hechoshistoricos.es/ Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) Biography of the Wright Brothers for Children: Orville and Wilbur Wright for Kids - FreeSchool
  6. Cockpit view while landing St. Barth's airport(SBH) Jing Li 279 suscriptores
  7. WINDY! Approaches Into St Barts (dangerous landing!) 4K Sam Watt 4070 suscriptores
  8. Airbus a319 Cockpit thunderstorm landing at Brussels Airport 25R Pilot Anthony 273 suscriptores
  9. ACCIDENTE EN LA MONTAÑA (Reconstrucción) AMERICAN AIRLINES 965 MOUNTAIN ACCIDENT (Reconstruction) AMERICAN AIRLINES 965 # 1 in Aeronautical Trend # Jimenito1010 #Accidentes Aéreos Fuentes: Report: Civil Aeronautics of Colombia. Photos: El País newspaper. Film Report: Ap Archivos. American Airlines Flight 965 was a regular flight from Miami International Airport to Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport in Cali, Colombia, which on its approach to land collided with a mountain in Buga, Colombia on Wednesday December 20, 1995, killing 159 occupants of the aircraft, saving only 4 of them. It has been the worst recorded plane crash in Colombia. The crash was the first of a U.S. Boeing 757-223 and was, in its time, the largest plane crash involving a U.S. aircraft since the shooting down of Pan Am Flight 103 that occurred seven years earlier. It was the most serious air disaster of 1995.
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  12. 4K MANUAL Descend, Approach and Landing in VNUKOVO, Moscow, Russia
  13. Hello Team PACX, compatible with P3Dv5? The arrival of P3D5 is announced, and I would like to know if PACX would be compatible with this new version, and if not, what plans do you have about it? Thank you very much. Good day, good luck, and good health
  14. Collin, thank you very much. So, let's wait and see what comes out of the internal debate. Good day, good luck.
  15. Turbofandude: Finally I have activated the voice recognition, that is to say I have installed the English as the determining language of the Windows 10, to which PACX has responded, but in spite of it I cannot establish voice communication. I know that I am doing something wrong. You could instruct me about the steps to follow to make the voice interaction in PACX. Thank you, good morning, good luck