Fighter Pilots Practice Landing Jets on Carrier, INS Vikramaditya Shares Video

Final Up to date: October 30, 2022, 22:41 IST

The Indian Navy on Sunday shared a video exhibiting fighter pilots apply touchdown a aircraft on a service (Twitter/@IN_Vikramaditya)

The video confirmed pilots take many flying sorties earlier than it is thought of prepared for lure on deck

Flying and touchdown a fighter aircraft isn’t as seemless because it appears. Plane carriers are completely different from regular runways, thus making it tough for Indian Military fighter pilots to land.

The Indian Navy on Sunday shared a video exhibiting fighter pilots apply touchdown a aircraft on a service. The video confirmed pilots take many flying sorties earlier than it’s thought of prepared for lure on deck.

The touchdown fashion was labelled ‘Low Overshoot’, whereby the pilot is prepared for the following section solely when he perfects the sorties. “Low Overshoots give the pilot a really feel of the method pace, lay of the deck and the glide path,” the INS Vikramaditya tweet learn.

Within the video, the pilot was seen flying the Mig-29K jet simply above the flight deck of INS Vikramaditya, in response to the Indian Navy.

In one other video shared by INS Vikramaditya, a ‘Evening Lure’, which implies touchdown throughout evening time, is a problem for pilots whereas touchdown on an plane service that’s transferring at a pace of 55 km/hr.

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