Polish pilot Lukasz Czepiella set a new record in aviation history on the 14th when he was the first person to fly a winged aircraft over Dubai’s landmark Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel, CNN and Reuters reported. People landed on the roof of the helipad building.
According to reports, Sepil, 39, successfully piloted the specially modified short take-off and landing (STOL) aircraft on his third attempt at 6:58 a.m. local time, although he was not guided by visual cues. , taxied and stopped on a “runway” that was only 20.76 meters long.
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The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Hotel, also known as the Burj Al Arab, has 56 floors, and a 27-metre-wide helipad is located on the roof, 212 meters above the ground.” The biggest challenge is the lack of any external reference point. , which is usually done on racetracks hundreds of meters long,” Sepil told sponsor Red Bull.airportGet”.
Red Bull says the stunt is planned from 2021. As part of lengthy preparations, Sepil made 650 test landings in Poland, the United States and Dubai. Mike Pate, a renowned American aeronautical engineer, made some modifications to the aircraft’s weight distribution and overall weight to help the aircraft perform the task at hand, and assisted Sepil in guiding the helipad. Be the first to arrive, proceed to congratulate him.
Sepil then ended the demonstration, driving the aircraft in a circle in the middle of the helipad, and then flew out, dived straight down and pulled up sharply, flying through the sky over Dubai.
According to reports, Sepil is currently the captain of an Airbus A320 aircraft, but he already has some impressive flying achievements, including winning the challenge category of the 2018 Red Bull Air Competition Flying World Championship and landing in Poland.PorterA wooden pier in (Sopot, Poland).
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