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Xavier
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Sagarmatha2

Postby Xavier » Sun Oct 08, 2017 6:22 pm

Have a dream!
Fly virtually in the footsteps of Klaus Olhmann and Sebastian Kawa!

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Everest, Lhoste and Nupste

https://youtu.be/rau_fJygNvc


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Annapurna I just over the clouds

https://youtu.be/4UdfTZ3bf9E


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Annapurna IV

https://youtu.be/dnmwGhGvGJw


3 videos over Everest and Annapurna by Klaus Olhmann and Sebastian Kawa.

You may have a look to these videos and then find easily the similitude with the scenery

Good flight
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Xavier
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Re: High speeds over Himalayas

Postby Xavier » Thu Oct 19, 2017 4:08 pm

Just some more pictures of Sagarmatha2 scenery!

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and in the wave over 16000 m
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For your fun, they are are some Mig 21 waiting in Military Airports

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and the MS Rallye is ready to tow your ASK21 in the Himalayan sky

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and a lot of other assets...!


But some pilots use also the Sagarmatha2 and K2 scenery for high speed at high altitude to achieve average speed over 340 km/h
At altitude over 7500 m the indicated speed at VNE is 190 km/h, but the real speed is a bit over 300 km/h, and when your are pushed by a wind of 50 km/h, your ground speed will reach these tremendous values.

Have a look to the logbook of a Condor pilot (I swear, it is not me!)

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It is obvious, if you want to fly fast, along ridges or waves, your are easily faster of 30 km/h than with other sceneries like AA.

But, don't worry, even with a moderate wind of 6.5 m/s (23.4 km/h), and with normal TP (10000 m, 400 m radius - use templates) you will reach fair average speed in a normal flight, mixed with ridges and thermals.

So have fun!
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