Aviation Photo #0956510 Dassault Falcon 2000 - Untitled (Abelag Aviation)

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    Fabrice Sanchez - Brussels Aviation Photography
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    Dassault Falcon 2000
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    Dassault Falcon 2000
    Dassault
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    Belgium
    October 2005
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Photo Added: November 09, 2005

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Anonymous
11 years ago
Standard rate turn ??! I dont' think so !
Anonymous
11 years ago
Is this bank for real? Hard to believe!
JetCube
Anonymous
11 years ago
Really cool angle! That must have been FUN! I'm gonna NEED one of those Falcons soon! :^)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Looks like fun!!! :)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Look at that fighter jet!. Bank is almost 60 degrees, speed 225 kt, power 75% and one notch of flaps is set.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Woooow! First time I've seen such a steep turn... I think it wasn't easy to take this photo... Very good job!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I need a bag! And please hurry... Cant keep it in my stomach any more.... lol
Anonymous
11 years ago
Impressive shot!, this Dassault Falcon 2000 pilot demonstrates his skills to to fly this beauty.
Anonymous
11 years ago
And I thought only jet fighters can do such steep bank....a very nice shot indeed
Anonymous
11 years ago
I wonder if this was an approved rate one turn haha
Anonymous
11 years ago
You need have strong arms to take photos like this one.
Anonymous
11 years ago
What an angle !!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
This is very great foto
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow! Its not often that a professinal photographer has th epossibility to take pictures of those kind of situations. Nearly nobody has seen those turns from inside the cockpit. And if, there was no camera. And if, the photo didn't turn out that great... Congrafts to this amazing shot! Do some more if possible! :-)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Good Boys! Nice to notice that there are still some fine pilots out there having FUN!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow! That looks like one of my banks in Flight Sim, I didn't know you could actually do it!
Anonymous
11 years ago
The feeling of flying, the freedom to move in any direction in the three-dimensional space is very well illustrated in this photo.
Anonymous
11 years ago
"Bank angle! Bank angle!" That's an incredible turn!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Notice the PFD screens are decluttered because of the extreme bank rate...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice to see that the shot is perfectly parallel to the horizon...really good job fabrice and..."vive les blagues et les frites belges"!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great picture!!I will sure vomit if I'm on board in that steep turn!!Good Job you really need to have strong arms for this shot!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Hey, the artificial horizon in the PFD and the secondary aritificial horizon are not parallel!
Great shot BTW
Anonymous
11 years ago
Its an excellent shot.
Anonymous
11 years ago
GREAT shot, nice job keep that camera in line with the ground......bravo
Anonymous
11 years ago
Now thats a departure turn!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Yikes!!!!
Sure hope there were no passengers aboard!!
I envy your photo moment.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Action photo...it's very wonderfull...
Anonymous
11 years ago
I love the way you kept the ngle straight so we can see the real horizon.

Nick
Anonymous
11 years ago
I believe that the boss was very late!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Hope there were no passengers on board, otherwise they would all have spilled their drinks and food and made a mess of the cabin.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Its like riding a roller coaster in high air! But ! But ! But ! any more banking beyond this and you'll be thrown spinning like a top !
Anonymous
11 years ago
Whoa! That is a super steep bank! I hope the photographer was strapped in tight! By the look of the picture, you'd almost be standing vertical on the wall of the cockpit!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow, what a great shot! You "feel" that hard left bank indeed while looking at the pic. Great!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Uuh! Who cares about artificial horizon indications not being parallel! Sometimes real flying is the goal in mind when good boys are at work!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Neither PFD is parallel with the standby artificial horizon. There's quite a difference between them both.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow! This is one of the most jaw-dropping photos I have ever seen!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I'm sure I'd be sick in this aircraft!!! :)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Holy smokes!!! That looks like it would be fun!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice picture. Gives a good perspective of the turn. No spills here, everything is glued with G forces. I'd say in this case about 2 G's.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Does he think he's flying a Falcon 2000 or a Fighting Falcon?! I've got to get me one of those.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice photo! The only one... I guess photographer sited on a normal position and made a shot. Then, later cropped photo and adjusted frame angle to horizon in order to get much more impression to the viewers. Isn't it? :-)
Anonymous
11 years ago
There goes the China...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Lovely performance by the pilot,i hope i get that brave someday, how was this picture taken , lovely picture
Anonymous
11 years ago
Is the pilot thinking of doing a barrel roll?(nice shot by the way)
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great shot of a great flight maneuver... hope the cabin was "pax-less"!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Ex-fighter pilot.
. . . and I thought they only flew for Southwest!! :P
Anonymous
10 years ago
This guy's gotta bad attitude!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Bank angle limitation ??? What is it ?? Lokk at the instruments !!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Doesn’t look like a normal bank to me. Too steep, easy to enter a spin and stall a plane. I know how it feels making the normal procedure steep turns, therefore considering the Gs the photographer had to overcome to make this shot the photo is of good quality, very sharp. It’s also very informative. The instruments say the pilot is making a 60-65 degrees bank (it looks so to me).
Anonymous
10 years ago
That´s what it´s all about...
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nothing unusual! I flow like this lot of times....in FS 2000. :)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Not bad.
Anonymous
8 years ago
FS 2000/2004/whatever doesn't count for anything. Flying for real is far far more complicated. Either way, what a great shot. 5*****
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice shot, tried to do the same flying a 2000 as well, unfortunately pics are quite far from this quality. But we had a 90
Anonymous
8 years ago
Man, am I glad I didn't hire this guy to fly my Falcon.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Hey, you spilled the coffee in the back!
Anonymous
7 years ago
It's very difficult to take a photo with 2G+ environment (I ever did tried but failed to make them sharp and horizontal aligned). So, great job and 5 stars indeed!!

PS. It's easy to do this in simulator, but that's another story in the real life. I ever been hit by the 7G on Extra300, it was very difficult to raise up the hand.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow! With flight simulators we really can't feel what I'm sure you and the crew did. Great shot, congratulations!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Hes looking out the window (how real pilots fly), flying off the attitude, not the AH.
Great skill to overcome the "G"s for this photo
Anonymous
4 years ago
Is a Falcon banking like this possible, I do not know enough to say. What I do know is that it is on record, however, that a test pilot Tex, someone whose last name I forget, performed a barrel roll in a Boeing 707 prototype in late 1950s.
Anonymous
4 years ago
The plane is probably thinking: "They must have sold me to the air force or something..."
hahaha.
Great Capture!
Anonymous
1 year ago
Amazing!!!

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