All non-essential flying on aircraft with ejector seats
, like the one installed in the plane in which a Red Arrows pilot died on Tuesday, has been temporarily suspended.
"We started testing initial versions of the F-35 ejector seat
probably around 2004," Garside says.
According to court papers, Knapp sold the other items--including two ejector seats
for the F-14, five anti-gravity flight suits, four locator radios and copies of emergency manuals for the F-14, F-5 and F-4--for approximately $39,500.
"I don't expect the first owners of the company who made nails 100 years ago would ever have expected us to be making parts for aeroplane ejector seats
SUPERMODEL Elle Macpherson yesterday paid tribute to Flight Lieutenant Sean Cunningham, the Red Arrows pilot fired to his death by his own ejector seat
FAST jet training has been grounded at RAF Valley as an investigation is launched into the ejector seat
death of a Red Arrows pilot.
The company produces "bursting disc" pressure relief safety devices for use in the petrochemical industry and a range of other applications from car air bags to aircraft ejector seats
The Red Arrows were temporarily grounded last year after cracks were found in T1 ejector seats
, but this time the fleet remains in the air - suggesting that this accident may have been the result of simple pilot error and not equipment malfunction.
For reasons not yet established, their aircraft nosedived into the waters, giving the pair from RAF Marham in Norfolk just seconds to activate their ejector seats
Seat belts and airbags help, but one suggestion I've come across recently might be worth looking at: ejector seats
AEROSPACE THREE quarters of the ejector seats
in fighter jets all over the world are produced by a family firm near Beaconsfield, Bucks.
The RAF flyers were grounded earlier this week to allow safety inspections to be carried out on their Hawk aircraft, following issues with the ejector seats
, but they have been given clean bills of health.