Unbelievable Helicopter landings, takeoffs, aerobatics, flybys videos

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Just as most airplane pilots are taught a certain set of maneuvers, most of which are required by the FAA Practical Test Standards, helicopter pilots have a set of maneuvers they are taught.

These are broken down into normal and emergency maneuvers

Normal Procedures
These are procedures which are used on almost any flight:

  • Attitude Flying
  • Basic Hovering
  • Takeoff to a Hover
  • Landing from a Hover
  • Slope Takeoffs
  • Slope Landings
  • Normal Takeoff
  • Normal Approach
  • Running Takeoff
  • Running Landing
  • Maximum Performance Takeoff
  • Steep Approach
  • Confined Area Approach
  • Quick Stops (Rapid Decelerations)
  • Cross country flying
  • Hover out of ground effect (HOGE)

 

Emergency Procedures

These are general procedures dealing with emergency situations. Every helicopter is different, and the pilot needs to understand the exact emergency method recommended by the helicopter manufacturer in the appropriate POH. These descriptions are meant to deal with emergencies in a generic way and should not be used in a particular model of helicopter.

  • Hovering Autorotation
  • Tail Rotor failure at a Hover
  • Autorotation
  • Precision Autorotation
  • Ditching
  • Tail Rotor failure in flight
  • Engine Fire in flight
  • Electrical Fire in flight
  • Alternator Failure
  • Hydraulics Failure
  • Short Shaft Failure
  • Low side governor failure
  • High side governor failure
  • Runaway Clutch
  • Settling with Power
  • Low Gee

 

 

 

 

 

Unbelievable Helicopter landings, takeoffs, aerobatics, flybys videos

 

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