emergency parachute

emergency parachute

A standby parachute for use in case of the main parachute's malfunction. It is normally used by parachutists/sky divers.
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The class teaches aircrew flight equipment, ejection seat operation, emergency parachute deployment and ground survival.
saying the downed jet's pilot, Major Arkar Win, had ejected and deployed his emergency parachute, but succumbed to injuries sustained during the crash shortly after being transported to a military hospital in Taungoo.
Schilling, "Risk assessment of flight paths for automatic emergency parachute deployment in UAVs," IFAC-PapersOnLine, vol.
At about 400 feet agl, he told the student pilot to deploy the airplane's emergency parachute. The parachute did not arrest the descent before the airplane entered an aerodynamic stall and crashed in wooded terrain.
It will also be fitted with a full aircraft emergency parachute, nine independent battery systems, battery quick-change and plug-in system, and fast battery charging time of 40 minutes.
It's the first jet to include a full-aircraft emergency parachute as standard equipment.
However, the weather didn't cooperate on launch day and strong winds pushed Boria off course, which forced our lofty entrepreneur to emergency parachute about a mile from the grounds.
The Vision SF50 is a seven-seat aircraft equipped with an emergency parachute system.
A South Korean paraglider plunged to his death at a Nepalese tourist resort after his emergency parachute failed to open, local officials said Sunday.
Probably your only chance would have been to throw your emergency parachute." Pathologist Alan Padwell examined Mr Ebbrell's body, the court heard.

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