A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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davidb47
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Just a thought. New England Air Museum are at Bradley though I don’t remember if they have airfield access. Could they offer help, they seemed to do a lot of work on their bits and pieces?

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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Hopefully you guys are doing OK emotionally and won't suffer too hard from post - accident anxiety or phobia. It happens even to the strongest and it is normal...
You guys rock! Good luck with the aftermath! Now you have precious test flight data for hydraulic failures and skidding :D

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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Make sure to add a .1 to the logbook entry as the hobbs would have stopped counting after the engines were shut off :D

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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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pjc747 wrote:
04 Jan 2021, 09:56
Make sure to add a .1 to the logbook entry as the hobbs would have stopped counting after the engines were shut off :D
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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That would be glider time, wouldn’t it?

Seriously, though, glad there was minimal damage and zero injuries.
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Hi Guys,
Sorry to hear about your mishap, but glad that you are both okay. I hope the damage to the aircraft is not substantial, and is repairable without too many problems. As an aside from that, will this accident have any delaying affect on the completion of the sim version ?. An aircraft which I am sure many of us are eagerly awaiting :lol:
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Cat3508 wrote:
04 Jan 2021, 22:05
As an aside from that, will this accident have any delaying affect on the completion of the sim version?
Yes but only in that we are putting a different airplane on the front burner to be released next.

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MkIV Hvd
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Scott - A2A wrote:
06 Jan 2021, 07:57
Yes but only in that we are putting a different airplane on the front burner to be released next.

Scott
Hhhhmmmmm...well there's an intriguing statement that oughta' ramp up forum participation with wildly rampant speculation over the next...how many days, Scott?? :wink:

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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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MkIV Hvd wrote:
06 Jan 2021, 09:00
Scott - A2A wrote:
06 Jan 2021, 07:57
Yes but only in that we are putting a different airplane on the front burner to be released next.

Scott
Hhhhmmmmm...well there's an intriguing statement that oughta' ramp up forum participation with wildly rampant speculation over the next...how many days, Scott?? :wink:

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Rob
Here's proof that this place isn't what it used to be. Two days later and no speculation at all. :lol: Just crickets...


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MkIV Hvd
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Dogsbody55 wrote:
08 Jan 2021, 23:17

Here's proof that this place isn't what it used to be. Two days later and no speculation at all. :lol: Just crickets...


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Mike
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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MkIV Hvd wrote:
08 Jan 2021, 23:37
Dogsbody55 wrote:
08 Jan 2021, 23:17

Here's proof that this place isn't what it used to be. Two days later and no speculation at all. :lol: Just crickets...


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Mike
I'm stunned...... :shock: :lol: chirp...

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Rob
Me too. I had a whole bunch of smart-ass remarks already locked and loaded. :D
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Ron Attwood wrote:
10 Jan 2021, 09:17
Me too. I had a whole bunch of smart-ass remarks already locked and loaded. :D
:lol: :lol: of course you did!! :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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WOW! I'm just seeing this news. Congrats Scott and Jake on being safe. It looks like you had plenty of time to try all options, knew what was best, and you even flew the approach to allow Jake enough time to feather and spin the starter to to keep from tearing up the props too. Well done you guys, much respect.
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Have you guys inspected the engines yet?

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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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rightseat wrote:
10 Jan 2021, 12:22
.....It looks like you had plenty of time to try all options
I bet it didn't feel like it!
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