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CHC Helibras EC225 Heavy Landing

Old 21st Dec 2014, 20:15
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Not at all, I imply by reading the previous reports of damaged oil and gas helicopters in Brazil (225, 92, 76) operated by companies owned by large multinational operators who still will not allow foreign pilots work there that accidents are not due to type but to those at the controls who will not accept criticism and think they know better.
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Old 22nd Dec 2014, 07:03
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There are foreigners flying in Brazil - they either knew or learnt the language as required for the operations offshore - these are not international flights therefore not a need for English speaking according to stated ICAO diferences for Brazil. You can do the same, same as we have to get a license from EASA. Then you can use your evident CRM and knowledge to teach without doubt.
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Old 13th Jan 2015, 18:14
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RE-Hedski's post

Having talked to a lot of people who have worked or are still working there, that is the case,
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Old 14th Jan 2015, 06:43
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CopterDoctor .... I hope your sources are a little more convincing than rotorfossil's man on the rig who saw the non-standard shallow approach ..... when the incident occured on take-off!!
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Old 14th Jan 2015, 21:20
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The "Helibras" mention may be an abberation for CHC subsidiary "Brazilian Helicopter Services" which is normally shortened to BHS.
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Old 17th Jan 2015, 07:25
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I totally agrée about the 332L2 stalling quicly when offset bleed not engaged at low speed (landing)
About 225, that occurs very often in Africa.
Due to a bad turbulence coming from the different profile of Main Blades
Proof of that : The scoop on engine cowlings at bleed exit was improved by add or a small redan. (At beginning of 225, several engine stall during taxiing with light tail wind and low wheigt
Information given by two friends , one test pilot at AH, the second tech rep at Turbomeca
Sorry for my poor englih writing
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