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Oct 10, 2022 11:01 |  #496

Outside at BXS/L08. There is no "inside".

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Oct 11, 2022 09:56 |  #497

Airbus A321, Atlanta.

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Oct 13, 2022 16:54 |  #498

SpiderMonkey wrote in post #19407710 (external link)
Yep, that’s it, that’s one of my most favorite airplanes of all time.
The nose landing gear on the B-58 is one of the most if not the most complicated gear ever to be put on an aircraft due to the extremely large centerline tank and the height of the gear.

Just like the Avro Arrow, that plane was way ahead of its time.

Nose gear of the same B-58.

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Oct 16, 2022 12:09 |  #499

Munich and KLM Boeing 737 (through glass so colors are off a bit). Easyjet Airbus A319 below.

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Oct 17, 2022 10:07 |  #501

Got delayed in PHX by a dust storm and ended up departing at sunset.

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Oct 17, 2022 20:11 |  #502

kd_reno wrote in post #19436914 (external link)
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That first shot is the winner!!!


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Oct 17, 2022 20:54 |  #503

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19437141 (external link)
That first shot is the winner!!!

Thanks.The trickiest part was getting the pilot to txi around the airport until I got a good angle.:lol:


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Nov 09, 2022 16:12 |  #504

Outside at CWX/P33

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Nov 13, 2022 09:22 |  #505

Dreamlifter at KCHS
Pre-flight must be interesting. You need a lift of some sort to remove those pitot tube covers

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Nov 13, 2022 11:16 |  #506

Capn Jack wrote in post #19446169 (external link)
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Pre-flight must be interesting. You need a lift of some sort to remove those pitot tube covers

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When I first read what you wrote, I thought what in the world is a pilot tube cover and what does a pilot cover do? I went to youtube and typed in what is a pilot cover? Even with the response I got I was still reading pilot, I did not read pitot which is what youtube came back with!!

It was not until I saw a picture of something hanging below the plane, THEN I saw pitot!

I now know the pitot shows the air speed!!


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Nov 13, 2022 12:08 |  #507

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19446202 (external link)
When I first read what you wrote, I thought what in the world is a pilot tube cover ...

I read 'pilot' as well!


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Nov 13, 2022 12:17 |  #508

icopus wrote in post #19446225 (external link)
I read 'pilot' as well!

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19446202 (external link)
When I first read what you wrote, I thought what in the world is a pilot tube cover and what does a pilot cover do? I went to youtube and typed in what is a pilot cover? Even with the response I got I was still reading pilot, I did not read pitot which is what youtube came back with!!

It was not until I saw a picture of something hanging below the plane, THEN I saw pitot!

I now know the pitot shows the air speed!!

The "t" doesn't stand out sometimes.
Charles- yes, the pitot tube measures airspeed. There appears to be two of them there. There is an angle-of-attack vane above them, just below one of the passenger windows. There are two other items flagged- I don't know their function. One is below the pitot tubes, and the other ahead of the wing root.




  
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Nov 13, 2022 14:17 |  #509

Capn Jack wrote in post #19446227 (external link)
The "t" doesn't stand out sometimes.
Charles- yes, the pitot tube measures airspeed. There appears to be two of them there. There is an angle-of-attack vane above them, just below one of the passenger windows. There are two other items flagged- I don't know their function. One is below the pitot tubes, and the other ahead of the wing root.

Those others appear to be the Static ports.
The Pitot measures the airspeed and the Static measures the altitude.
It’s been over ten years since I’ve worked on a 747 but I’m pretty sure that’s what those are in the picture, they’re in the area I would expect them to be.

Edit: Another item that just came to mind that the front ones could be is the TAT (Total Air Temp) Probes. The ones just forward of the wing root I’m pretty sure are the Static Ports.




  
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Nov 13, 2022 14:36 |  #510

SpiderMonkey wrote in post #19446259 (external link)
Those others appear to be the Static ports.
The Pitot measures the airspeed and the Static measures the altitude.
It’s been over ten years since I’ve worked on a 747 but I’m pretty sure that’s what those are in the picture, they’re in the area I would expect them to be.

Edit: Another item that just came to mind that the front ones could be is the TAT (Total Air Temp) Probes. The ones just forward of the wing root I’m pretty sure are the Static Ports.

That makes sense. We don't cover the static ports on the planes I fly (unless a flight instructor is evaluating how well a student does a pre-flight, or trying to keep stuff from getting inside while washing the plane.)

I think we were trying to keep things simple, but I'll note the static port is also used by the airspeed indicator too, as well as the vertical speed indicator. Their placement is very important.




  
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