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il y a 10 minutes, collectionneur a dit :

@Kiriyama Vue les ailes disloqués, j'en doute. L'avion a 29 ans déjà, cela serait il rentable ?

Pour les AN124, une bonne partie de la flotte est restée presque sans voler depuis la fin de la guerre froide. Pour l'importance de l'avion, je pense que ça dépend donc du nombre d'heure de vol qu'il a fait et non juste de son age.

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Il y a 14 heures, collectionneur a dit :

@Kiriyama Vue les ailes disloqués, j'en doute. L'avion a 29 ans déjà, cela serait il rentable ?

J'ai pensé la même chose. Mais si tu regarde en fait c'est l'explosion du moteur qui à provoqué l’éjection de pièces et à traversé certains élément du fuselage et de l'aile. Mais les dommages sont peut être pas si important.

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Crash en série d'avion d'affaires transportant de la drogue depuis le Venezuela au Guatemala  Ce pays détecte une trentaine d'avions suspect par an :

https://www.ouest-france.fr/monde/guatemala/guatemala-crash-d-un-avion-avec-une-tonne-et-demie-de-cocaine-a-bord-7049311

https://www.prensalibre.com/ciudades/retalhuleu/ubican-narcoavioneta-en-champerico-retalhuleu-y-suman-30-naves-localizadas-en-guatemala-en-el-ano

Tout ces accidents sont ils vraiment accidentel ???

Dans les années 80, la chasse des pays d'Amérique centrale avait fait plusieurs cartons.

Un Gulfstream ll à était aussi détruit par la garde nationale sur un aérodrome clandestin au Venezuela le 15 novembre, l'article suivant indique les autorités localdes déclarent en avoir détruit 5 depuis le début de l'année :

http://www.elpais.cr/2020/11/16/destruyen-avioneta-con-matricula-de-ee-uu-en-venezuela/

https://aviation-safety.net/

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Avion détruit par les forces vénezueliennes
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https://jalopnik.com/cops-crashed-a-drone-into-a-plane-that-was-just-trying-1847551799

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Cops Crashed A Drone Into A Plane That Was Just Trying To Land

According to a recent report, a student pilot and a flight instructor landed safely after a mid-air collision with a police-operated drone that flew into their flight path.

On August 10, a Cessna 172 operated by Canadian Flyers International turned onto final approach for Toronto Buttonville Municipal Airport in Ontario, Canada. The student and the instructor onboard had the aircraft set up for landing and were in a stable approach when, as noted by the recent Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reporting System (CADORS) report, the two felt a jolt that pushed them back in their seats. The pilots thought that they perhaps hit a bird and were able to continue their landing without issue.

Upon landing, the pilots noticed a large dent to their aircraft and hours later, a detective from York Regional Police confirmed that the pilots hadn’t hit a bird, but their DJI Matrice 210 drone.

Photo: DJI

Twitter user Ken Townsend snapped photos of the damage.

The pilots say that the collision happened one nautical mile away from the airport at an altitude of about 500 feet above ground level. According to Transport Canada, drones cannot fly within three nautical miles of an airport or above 400 feet without having special authorization. Drone operators within controlled airspace must also be in contact with air traffic control.

G/O Media may get a commission

Toronto Buttonville is a controlled airport and a report from CityNews notes that air traffic control was not aware of any drone activity on that day. The drone was not authorized to fly in the airspace. The only statement from police is that the drone was a part of an area police operation. The owner of the flight school believes that had the drone hit higher, the pilots could have been injured or worse.

Unfortunately, the damage to the Cessna may go beyond the engine cowling. The CADORS report notes that the aircraft suffered a propeller strike in the collision and a bent airbox. An engine teardown will be necessary to inspect for any additional damage.

Hitting a drone is a pretty big deal for an aircraft, even for commercial airliners. On Sunday, an Embraer E175 narrow-body airliner departing out of Chicago O’Hare struck a drone, necessitating a return to the airport, Flight Global reports.

A University of Dayton Research Institute test simulated a collision between a drone and a commercial aircraft flying at 238 mph.

The researchers found that the drone went deeper into the aircraft’s structure than a bird would, causing more damage. A Cessna 172 like the one in this incident lands at a far slower speed of around 70 mph, but a drone is still capable of causing some substantial damage.

Canadian authorities are investigating the incident as an unauthorized entry into controlled airspace.

 

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44 minutes ago, Kiriyama said:

Si des drones plus lourds deviennent plus accessibles, ça promet d'être un vrai problème.

Ou même des actes de malveillance délibérés...

Sur Alibaba tu trouves déjà des gros drone!!!

En général c'est plutôt a destination des entreprises pour faire de l'imagerie aérienne, des travaux topos ou agricoles, de la surveillance de sites industriel - comme les chemin de fer ou les pipeline - ... mais ça s’achète facilement.

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7 minutes ago, Kiriyama said:

Je commence à me demander si un jour il n'y aura pas un criminel ou un dingue qui pourrait jeter un de ces drones sur un liner au décollage.

Ils règlent déjà leurs comptes entre eux a coup de drone ... c'est moins risqué qu'en se pointant manu militari avec une kalash visiblement ...

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