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Severe Turbulence in a Piper Pa-28

We were flying in an Air Navigation Race when, all of a sudden, we entered a zone with severe turbulence. We were about to abandon the ANR competition, but fortunately it only lasted a pair of minutes.
Images do not transmit the bad sensations we had while flying across that zone!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jc0HemKdqAc We were flying in an Air Navigation Race when, all of a sudden, we entered a zone with severe turbulence. We were about to abandon the ANR competition, but fortunately it only lasted a pair of minutes. Images do not transmit the bad sensations we had while flying across that zone!

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Sobre Tuckie

Piloto acrobático, videoblogger de aviación, piloto virtual, videospotter y gran entusiasta aeronáutico.

35 comentarios

  1. This happened to me East of the Pacaya volcano (out of Aurora airport, Guatemala City, about 20 years ago, sunny skies, not one cloud in the sky, 6 am. and suddendly out of control. All the instruments sais the opposite of what was happening……..I had soloed the day before, but I asked my wonderful instructor to fly that day with me again.. I handed over to him and , dear Roberto, I still think we made it because of his great experience. I am coward and I was scared to death. Cheers

  2. This happened to me East of the Pacaya volcano (out of Aurora airport, Guatemala City, about 20 years ago, sunny skies, not one cloud in the sky, 6 am. and suddendly out of control. All the instruments sais the opposite of what was happening……..I had soloed the day before, but I asked my wonderful instructor to fly that day with me again.. I handed over to him and , dear Roberto, I still think we made it because of his great experience. I am coward and I was scared to death. Cheers

  3. i wouldnt keep the habit of snapping the yoke around. It increases stress on the plane. Just let the bump displace it, and smoothly return to wings level.

  4. i wouldnt keep the habit of snapping the yoke around. It increases stress on the plane. Just let the bump displace it, and smoothly return to wings level.

  5. Orpheas Panayiotopoulos

    actully its all depends on the wind direction and where its coming from ..

  6. Orpheas Panayiotopoulos

    actully its all depends on the wind direction and where its coming from ..

  7. flightoftheunknown

    Good video! Nice job handling the plane in those conditions.

  8. flightoftheunknown

    Good video! Nice job handling the plane in those conditions.

  9. Severe turbulence is much worse, this is more moderate or maybe a bit heavy turbulence. If it was severe, those papers in your knee wouldn’ be there anymore

  10. Severe turbulence is much worse, this is more moderate or maybe a bit heavy turbulence. If it was severe, those papers in your knee wouldn’ be there anymore

  11. pinkdispatcher

    Thanks for sharing!

    Unless you momentarily lose control of the aircraft, it is not severe. This looks like moderate turbulence. Pilots should know the difference: https://www.navyaircrew.com/blog/2009/08/30/light-moderate-or-severe-turbulencehow-are-they-defined/

  12. pinkdispatcher

    Thanks for sharing!

    Unless you momentarily lose control of the aircraft, it is not severe. This looks like moderate turbulence. Pilots should know the difference: https://www.navyaircrew.com/blog/2009/08/30/light-moderate-or-severe-turbulencehow-are-they-defined/

  13. Mark Rasmussen

    You need to read the definition of severe turbulence. 

  14. Mark Rasmussen

    You need to read the definition of severe turbulence. 

  15. People  who are sticklers for FAA definitions of words are failing to understand the point of this video and others like it.  I don’t care of someone calls it mild, moderate, severe, or even “heavy” or “bumpy”.  Why misunderstand on purpose or correct for no reason.  Fact is, it’s uncomfortable.  We get that.  The discomfort was well depicted on the video, too.

  16. People  who are sticklers for FAA definitions of words are failing to understand the point of this video and others like it.  I don’t care of someone calls it mild, moderate, severe, or even “heavy” or “bumpy”.  Why misunderstand on purpose or correct for no reason.  Fact is, it’s uncomfortable.  We get that.  The discomfort was well depicted on the video, too.

  17. My Cessna 140 had a little hand hold on the dash and believe me, I used it more than once.  Good video and happy landings!

  18. My Cessna 140 had a little hand hold on the dash and believe me, I used it more than once.  Good video and happy landings!

  19. Wtf are you doing with the power?

  20. Wtf are you doing with the power?

  21. Try this one; I’m over the Mojave Desert in a PA-22 with turbulence and afternoon thermals lifting me at 2000 fpm with zero throttle – and a seized elevator trim (almost no forward yoke).
    The only altitude control was throttle and compass heading. This, I call flight training.
    Some say a pvt. certificate is simply a pass to continue your aeronautical education with a good chance of not killing yourself (and/or your passengers).
    What do you think?

  22. Try this one; I’m over the Mojave Desert in a PA-22 with turbulence and afternoon thermals lifting me at 2000 fpm with zero throttle – and a seized elevator trim (almost no forward yoke).
    The only altitude control was throttle and compass heading. This, I call flight training.
    Some say a pvt. certificate is simply a pass to continue your aeronautical education with a good chance of not killing yourself (and/or your passengers).
    What do you think?

  23. Been there , done that. My first X-country my CFI and I were both hung over and we flew threw a front with bad turbulence. All I remember is the VSI and Altimeter acting like a pogo stick. Brutal.

  24. Been there , done that. My first X-country my CFI and I were both hung over and we flew threw a front with bad turbulence. All I remember is the VSI and Altimeter acting like a pogo stick. Brutal.

  25. William Herrera

    yes it looks severe to me . may be not severe enough for a large aircraft

  26. William Herrera

    yes it looks severe to me . may be not severe enough for a large aircraft

  27. Bucking bronco!

  28. Bucking bronco!

  29. MCOSpotting HD

    Im sorry. You’re moving the ailerons around way too much. Rudder gives you 10x more control in windy and bumpy condition’s.

  30. MCOSpotting HD

    Im sorry. You’re moving the ailerons around way too much. Rudder gives you 10x more control in windy and bumpy condition’s.

  31. Just ride the waves, no use for all of that throttle movement.

  32. Just ride the waves, no use for all of that throttle movement.

  33. Typical day in southern colorado

  34. Typical day in southern colorado

  35. That’s mild, bordering on moderate. Nice vid, but please try to avoid upselling through clickbait as it spams the real severe turb vids.

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