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@1:35> You can see the copilot rise the flaps by lifting it then hitting it back down (:I thought that was cool.You can also hear the snubbers like the the NGX :(

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Jamaljé Bassue

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Cool vid and cool co-pilot


Chris Howard
 

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You can see the copilot rise the flaps by lifting it then hitting it back down (:I thought that was cool.You can also hear the snubbers like the the NGX tongue.png
No, actually this is more or less SOP, even if not written down. The levers are supposed to snap down, but usually to confirm they are in their respective detents, people tend to hit the speed brake and flap lever to ensure they are locked in position. And no, I wouldn't phrase it that way, actually the NGX sounds like the real thing, not the other way round... Or are we modelling reality after the NGX now? LOL LMAO.gif j/k sig.gif

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Trim will be very hot after this departure.... !!!


Themis Katakalos

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And in the last few seconds, as he turns right, you can hear the blinkers :-)
Well, they were flying a turn, no? LMAO.gif LOL
must be pretty light...did they t/o of flaps 2 or something?
No, because no one takes off with flaps 2. Actually no one even USES flaps 2, ever, for the most part. They used flaps 1, watch the video. sig.gif

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I am amzed how quiet it actually is in the cockpit. loudest is the trim wheels. thought it would be much louder, possibly when the aircon is on?


Phil Leaven

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I am amzed how quiet it actually is in the cockpit. loudest is the trim wheels. thought it would be much louder, possibly when the aircon is on?
Hm, no it actually isn't. Probably any 'bus would be quieter. Don't forget you can't really judge loudness from such a camera's recording. You'll have to assume it adjusts recording level to actual noise level. You can hear the strong compression when the FO hits the flap lever - obviously that was so loud for the fraction of a second that the mic turned down the volume to almost zero. sig.gif

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