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World record flight lands in Jacksonville

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Retired airline pilot, wife flew from Guam non-stop in single engine plane (www.news4jax.com) Daha Fazlası...

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pelota
I was at JAX when he landed....his flight lasted 38:40 and he landed with 6 gallons of fuel.Also, he was alone on the flight and told me that he did not sleep during the flight!
volvodadfast
Ichiro Sugioka 4
"N6ZQ is a Lancair IV that we are currently building specifically for an around the world over both poles flight."
http://zqpilot.com/Home_Page.html

mhlansdell00
Mark Lansdell 4
Over heard somewhere North of HNL, "why won't you men ever stop to get directions?
jgmeyer
Greg Meyer 4
In two weeks, he flew three non-stops -- Indiana to Hawaii, Hawaii to Guam and Guam to Jax. I think we would all be interested in a lot more details; kit mods, fuel considerations, overall voyage planning, etc.
mpradel
Marcus Pradel 3
Here's a closer track of his progress.. this will help knowing everything is OK on the long overwater legs where the FAA & F/A can only guess at his location, altitude & speed.

https://go.spidertracks.com/fleetpro/public/zqpilot/tracks
guymed03
Guy Medlock 2
So, I guess he lost his wife somewhere over the Yucatan ? Well, if he was alone and didn't sleep he is unbelievable.I hope he cut some deals before the flight for some sponsoring income from Red Bull, No-Doz, Lancaire, and whoever manufactured the fuel guage. There's some worthwhile commercial stuff here.
unclebigpete
Peter Douglas 1
LOL, My father told me stories about fighter pilots in pre-ejector-seat times, where to get out you just flew inverted, undid the seatbelt, and literally fell out. In this case it must've been late in the flight, though, 'cos it'd be hard to close the canopy/window again and it'd be cold, but maybe that's how he stayed awake!
HunterTS4
Toby Sharp 1
you forgot the part of slamming the stick forward with your feet after you roll inverted....to gently expedite your cockpit departure! ha
loganms
Michael Logan 1
He did not take anything to stay awake. Had them with him but did not get sleepy.
1963Spider
R Dixon 2
See av photos for n6zq from a month ago at 4R9. Bill is in the red.
HunterTS4
Toby Sharp 2
Tell us your fuel bill totals for the trip please!
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 2
Awesome! I know this is a special kit built but Lancair/Columbia/Cessna are great platforms. I have taken a long cross country in the plane Eric Lindbergh flew to France and flown 400's since their inception and they are awesome. The kit built side and production side are from the same Lance N. roots and continue to shine.
racinron
racinron 2
Where is the aircraft n number so we can see the flight on FlightAware? I knew it left Ormond Beach recently to head out to Guam after a few stops.
racinron
racinron 1
Thanks.
jkudlick
Jeremy Kudlick 2
N6ZQ

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N6ZQ/history/20130301/0400Z/PGUM/KJAX
racinron
racinron 2
Thanks, must have missed it somewhere.
Pileits
Pileits 1
What a butt busting flight this must have been, I feel the pain just thinking about it!

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HunterTS4
Toby Sharp 1
check his website
unclebigpete
Peter Douglas 1
Slightly misleading journalism I think, as he was on his own wasn't he?
209flyboy
209flyboy 1
Was that a Lancair 4P?
devsfan
ken young 1
That's just about the limit of human endurance. Amazing.

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loganms
Michael Logan 1
Average around 9.1gph
209flyboy
209flyboy 0
His fuel burn was probably 13-14 gph
loganms
Michael Logan 1
NO, we did the math when he got home on Sunday, it was 9.1gph.
mpradel
Marcus Pradel 1
My calculations say it would take about 35 hours.. is FlightAware having trouble with flight times longer than 24 hours?
1963Spider
R Dixon 1
30 plus hours, over Mississippi now
josephjames11
josephjames11 1
I'd really like to know more details. There's got to be better coverage on this somewhere.
HunterTS4
Toby Sharp 1
"Say, you know if this happens I'm going to die; it's a very real possibly. But this is my form of adventure and I think it's a necessary part of life."......AMEN!!!!
guymed03
Guy Medlock 0
What a great plan and well performed. And 39 hours sitting next to your wife should get honorable mention - true love. So many things to overcome but he did it. WOW.
loganms
Michael Logan 1
He was alone on the flight with 361 gallons of fuel. No room for anything or anyone else.
zennermd
zennermd 0
Does anyone know if he made it to JAX. Flightaware says result unknown, and if so how long was his flight.
w7psk
Ricky Scott 0
So what was the result? FA lost him over the pacific
w7psk
Ricky Scott 2
Found the results in a Jacksonville Newspaper.
shattashaun
IM just curious to know how he sleeps!!!
volvodadfast
Ichiro Sugioka -1
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39 hour test flight of a homebuilt plane

More about the builder and pilot of the Guam to Florida Lancair - he is just getting started

http://www.aero-news.net/index.cfm?do=main.textpost&id=fde92b4a-3ef8-466c-9b15-208acf4d30c7
Zman1942
Zach Osborne -1
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The Man in the Lancair is at it again

Looks like he left Guam after a short nap and is now on his way to Jacksonville

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N6ZQ/history/20130301/0400Z/PGUM/KJAX
volvodadfast
Ichiro Sugioka -1
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Lancair flight exceeds FlightAware capability

Flight tracking was unable to cope with this 39 hour 8,100 sm flight.
(I expect that to be fixed in the next software update.)




http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N6ZQ/history/20130301/0400Z/PGUM/KJAX
sking100
sking100 -1
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Guam to JAX? Once more....with lots o low lead

8,113 miles in a Lancair....This guy is setting a ton of records, as far as I know.

WOW...

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N6ZQ

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