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Apr 09, 2012 22:48 |  #1

Hey guys here's a video we just wrapped up. It's a promotional video for our schools aviation department. Tell me what you think!


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Apr 10, 2012 07:55 |  #2

The video looks great.

Just one question: what hoops did you have to go through to obtain FAA permission to modify Piper 877HS with an externally mounted video camera on the right wing surface, as seen at 0:45? Also, Cessna 136HS as seen later? If no permission was obtained, you might want to check to make sure that you weren't in violation of FAR's before distributing that video. Just saying'...

Note added later:

FAR Part 43 Appendix A--Major Alterations, Major Repairs, and Preventive Maintenance.

According to Sec. A43.1(a):
(1) Airframe major alterations. Alterations of the following parts and alterations of the following types, when not listed in the aircraft specifications issued by the FAA, are airframe major alterations:
(i) Wings.
(ii) Tail surfaces.
(iii) Fuselage.
(iv) Engine mounts.
(v) Control system.
(vi) Landing gear.
(vii) Hull or floats.
(viii) Elements of an airframe including spars, ribs, fittings, shock absorbers, bracing, cowling, fairings, and balance weights.
(ix) Hydraulic and electrical actuating system of components.
(x) Rotor blades.
(xi) Changes to the empty weight or empty balance which result in an increase in the maximum certificated weight or center of gravity limits of the aircraft.
(xii) Changes to the basic design of the fuel, oil, cooling, heating, cabin pressurization, electrical, hydraulic, de-icing, or exhaust systems.
(xiii) Changes to the wing or to fixed or movable control surfaces which affect flutter and vibration characteristics.

All of that seems to include any sort of external mount on a non-experimental aircraft whether temporary or not. This would require approval by your local FSDO.


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Apr 10, 2012 09:33 as a reply to  @ BioSci's post |  #3

There were no alterations to the aircraft, major or minor. Its a suction cup mount that you basically stick anywhere you want it. It goes against nothing in the FAR's.


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Apr 10, 2012 14:13 |  #4

I'm sure the OP got a signoff from their A&P before sticking a camera on the outside of an airplane with a suction cup. They wouldn't put their school at risk. Nice video.




  
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Apr 10, 2012 17:33 |  #5

Nice video, but you might want to read this...it's left ambiguous for a reason.

http://www.popularavia​tion.com/Form337.asp (external link)


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Apr 10, 2012 19:35 as a reply to  @ av8r's post |  #6

Very good!!

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Apr 12, 2012 12:32 |  #7

cool video! I've always had dreams of piloting. Maybe one day I can get an LSA license. I saw this video the other day and had to laugh:

http://youtu.be/5McECU​tM8fw (external link)




  
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