• Did you know?
A propeller is just a big fan in front of the
plane to keep the pilot cool. When it stops,
you can actually see the pilot start sweating.
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    • The wings are there for pilot safety. if one gets removed the plane lands immediately.
      TOWater 3 jul
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    • Did you know: That aircraft is owned by J&L Aviation, out of Wilmington Delaware. It's airworthiness certificate expires 9/30/2023.
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    • I wonder if it can blow away the smell of shit that comes up too if the propeller turns off
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    • Is that what that beeping noise in the cockpit is? Its the indicate that now is sweat time?
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    • FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK!
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    • WHERE IS AIRPLANEFRIEND
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    • Where’s my airplanefactcheck. I need to know if there’s really a plane flying in the pic.
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    • That must be the shittest way of dying, like that or parachuting and you just know for the last 1 minute of your life that you're about to splat and die
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    • Yo InfoChecker better check this one out
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    • cliebe 3 jul
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    • How dangerous is it to stand in front of an idle plane with the propeller spinning? Like what’s the minimum distance?
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    • Anyone else think it’s completely that a stupid fan can move thousands of lbs fast enough for it to fly?
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    • I wouldn’t be sweating in a Cirrus. Just use CAPS.
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    • Plane is a Cirrus SR22 if anyone is wondering. I know because I've flown that exact plane. Took my private pilot test in her.
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    • The plane in the picture is a Cirrus so that actually happens quite often.
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    • Pilot here. There’s a lot of truth to this. On hot days, pilots will have their windows, or even doors open up until take off. That prop moves a bunch of air.
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    • I mean in the summer they’re not wrong
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    • Ok but honestly ram ventilation sucks in small GA aircraft like Cessna 172s cause you’ll get the nice cool shade at 70 degrees then turn around to face the sun and sit there in 90 degrees until you can maneuver again. Make sure you pack a water bottle on your cross country flights boys.
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    • MrNutt 3 jul
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    • Well, you’re not wrong XD
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    • I don’t know, gonna need infochecker on this one (also airplane friend if you’re here. Love to see your posts)
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    • 5% of the population will believe this.
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    • That’s a SR22 which has a parachute so if the engine did stop and you don’t have anywhere to land you would still survive
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    • As a pilot I can confirm, I start to sweat when the fan stops
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    • Except that airplane has a built-in parachute, so if it started falling, it would be fine.
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    • Did you know if the engine failed the plane becomes a glider. All the propeller does is make it go forward and fly higher.
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    • Aayup
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    • No wonder he's sweating, he's about to fucking die
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    • Wrong a purpellor is a blade that roates and keeps passengers safe while getting to there destination if it stop working the plane will go down
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    • Lol boomer humor! Such a hoot!
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    • I mean it’s a Cirrus so it has CAPS which is an air frame parachute lol
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    • I can, as a pilot, say this is absolutely true. Especially now in the summer I'll start it before my ass hits the molten leather seats
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    • That’s what happens when you’re a baby back bitch
      eskamo 6 jul
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    • @airplanefriend where are you????
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    • Well... he aint wrong
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    • Ah,that would explain why people die when they touch it
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    • Where's infochecker, we need him
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    • Funny joke
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    • I so know this was posted by a girl...
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    • Then what about fighter pilots?
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    • Cirrus... Good craft
      Rotelium 6 jul
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    • Yeah, when it stops he becomes a nerd and is no longer cool
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    • Cirus CR-22
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    • OH SHIT HEES RIGHT
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    • Um...you're right...but also wrong
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    • Har har.
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    • It’s uh... not wrong in a way
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    • Not if it's in the hatchet
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    • Yeah the propeller fan thing can make wind go through glass
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    • stolen joke
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    • It’s called a fucking PROPELLER. What do you think it does?
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    • Where is he?
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    • What about prop planes with propellers on the wings?
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    • As a person on the internet, I can confirm
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    • Motor is optional after take off!
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    • I mean... yea...
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    • The passengers start to sweat too
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    • The sweats not from the fan stop working......its from the fireball when it hits the ground!
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    • That plane flies around New York
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    • c1n1 5 jul
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    • Perfect example of correlation doesn't equal causation
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    • So then why the windows
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    • InfoChecker is this true?
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    • Ladies and gentlemen no need to panic but the fan stopped and won't turn back on
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    • @AirplaneFriend
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    • The second half yes, the first half nigg-
      Le0nTeck 4 jul
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    • WOOP WOOP “Terrain” WOOP WOOP “Pull up”
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    • monika_ 4 jul
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    • I pilot small planes and the propeller stopping is pretty easy to deal with. You even have several maneuvers where you need to pull out the throttle. All you do is find a flat place to land and land there, you have to pull out power anyway when landing normally.
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    • This is true
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    • I miss airplaneFriend, go sub to mcas media on YouTube, that’s his channel
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    • Well, yes. but no.
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    • InfoChecker and @AirplaneFriend where the helll are y’all???
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    • Where tf is Airplanefriend when you need him
      SirB 4 jul
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    • tyler756 4 jul
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    • My man about to pull that Cirrus parachute
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    • Airplanefriend???
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    • Same thing if you fly jets
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    • Just gotta hit they VG speed 😎
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