Aviation Photo #1671800 Cessna T182T Turbo Skylane - Untitled

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On short final rwy 19. You can see the rwy on the PrimaryFlight Display (left), over the flight director and the and the mountains ahead of us. Equipped with Garmin G1000 with synthetic vision technology
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    Stefano Capuzzo
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    Cessna T182T Turbo Skylane
    Cessna 182 Skylane
    Cessna 182 Skylane
    Cessna
    T18208942
    N141RC
    Bolzano (- Dolomiti / G. Sabelli)
    Italy
    January 27, 2010
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Comments (14)

Anonymous
7 years ago
Nicely exposed. In spite of all the Star Trek stuff, the PAPI is still showing four red!?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow! Flight sim in real! Technology is impressive
Anonymous
7 years ago
PAPI is for guidance only.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow. Gotta leave it to someone to make those simply incredible shots. Well done
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow, these 172's are getting more and more advanced by the day!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Within general aviation, I think it was the Gulfstream 550 that first had synthetic vision. Now that Garmin has added it as on option of the G1000, you're even seeing synthetic vision in lowly 172s. But you're right, even with this advanced technology, they are still coming in below the glide path.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Holy! Look at that PFD! Amazing!
Anonymous
7 years ago
4 reds? Goes low. Shot is excellent. Regards, Fyodor.
Anonymous
7 years ago
PAPI's are for guidance.....not required to follow them down. PIC decision.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow, fantastic !
Anonymous
7 years ago
Space Shuttle Discovery inbound for Runway 19 requesting landing clearance
Anonymous
7 years ago
Cool displays! The PFD looks like its showing Google Earth flight simulator!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Truly amazing, really unique!
Anonymous
5 years ago
If you are VFR flying you're not technically suppose to use the PAPI's. They are an aid for IFR flights. I always attempt to do short field landings in order to get off the runway as quickly as possible, landing on the piano keys. If you aim for the keys you be well below the "official" glide slope. There is nothing wrong with the positioning of the aircraft here

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