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HI All,

 

RSFC is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this Sat the 13th Dec 2008 at Sg. Besi airport.

 

There will be some air display by Selangor Formation Team using 4 x Eagle 150 and by MSAF formation team using 4 x cessna 172,

 

Cessna joy rides avaiable and helicopter joy rides ( not confirm yet ).

 

Light Aircraft from all over Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand will be participating.

 

RC turbine jet will be doing some air display also.

 

Open to Public from 8am to 6pm.

 

 

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75th Anniversary Celebrations

Schedule of Events

Saturday 13th December 2008

RSFC Treasure Hunt

RSFC Club House, Sungai Besi

Breakfast and Lunch provided for Driver, Navigator and Back Seat Drivers

Goody Bag for all in car with Drinks and Snacks and Souvenir RSFC Aviator Cap and T-Shirt

0800: Registration and Breakfast.

 

0830: Briefing for all participants.

 

0900: Flagoff by Panglima Operasi Udara, RMAF (Lt.Gen. Dato' Rodzali Daud

 

0900 – 1230: Treasure Hunt around KL

 

Question papers and photographs will challenge

your navigation and observation skills.

 

1230-1330: Treasure Hunt ends at the RSFC Club House with Lunch for participants

 

1445-1500: Prize Giving Ceremony for Treasure Hunt participants.

 

Entry Fee: RM100 per car (inclusive of 4 person team)

 

Sponsored by

 

 

 

Joy Flights and Air Display

Children of all ages will be entertained throughout the day with Colouring Competitions, Musical Chairs

and much more by Members of the House and Social Committee of the Royal Selangor Flying Club

 

Kuala Lumpur Air Base, Sungai Besi

Joy Flights around Kuala Lumpur City

Fly with Instructors from RSFC at RM70 per adult pax (Children below 12 - RM50)

 

0900-1000: Club House Acivities

 

Music with DJ

 

RSFC Booth

 

CTRM Booth

 

MSAF Booth

 

1000: Hangar and Airfield open to Public

 

1000-1030: Selangor Formation

Aerial Display by 4 Eagle 150B Aircraft

 

1030-1045: MSAF Formation

Aerial Display by 3 Cessna 172 Skyhawk Aircraft

 

1100-1400: Joy Flights for Public and RSFC Family

 

1400-1330: Selangor Formation

Aerial Display by 4 Eagle 150B Aircraft

 

1430-1445: MSAF Formation

Aerial Display by 3 Cessna 172 Skyhawk Aircraft

 

1500-1700: Joy Flights for Public and RSFC Family

 

1700-1715: Selangor Formation

Aerial Display by 4 Eagle 150B Aircraft

 

1715-1730: MSAF Formation

Aerial Display by 3 Cessna 172 Skyhawk Aircraft

 

1800: Departure of Visiting Aircraft

Base Close

 

Entry Free to All

 

 

 

***** SAFETY NOTICE *****

Attention all Pilots operating from Sungei Besi Airfield

Please be aware that 3 (three) cranes are now situated on the centreline half a mile from the threshold of Runway 22

These cranes extend up to 600‘ agl and should be considered a hazard at all times.

Another crane is situated 100 metres to the East of these cranes and is of similar height

When Runway 04 is in use it is suggested that after takeoff and at 200’ a slight deviation to the LEFT (towards Times Square) should be taken, resume Runway heading only when the obstructions have been passed.

Please note all actions are at Pilots discretion

 

 

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75th Anniversary Celebrations

Schedule of Events

Saturday 13th December 2008

RSFC Treasure Hunt

 

Oh well... looks like interesting event.

How do we get to there?

Edited by AhJian

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Oh well... looks like interesting event.

How do we get to there?

 

Easy, take the sg. besi highway from south and exit left at the end of the runway towards Istana Negara and PJ,

and take the first left exit to TUDM.

stop at the guard house and tell them u are going to the Air Carnival at Royal Selangor Flying Club.

They will ask you to park your car on the right side and get a pass.

Drive inside the Base about 500 meters and RSFC will be on the left side after a tennis court.

 

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Talked to a friend and they are arranging for a BAE Hawk with Smoke, a Long EZ Jet and an L29 to do an RC Turbine display there. Apparently there's a morning and afternoon slot for them.

 

The Hawk is something to look at, with detailed cockpit and pilot figures as well.

 

This will be a big challenge to shoot nice spotting pictures. Not as easy as shooting airliners as these little jets are very fast and agile, and framing them for a good pix is not easy.

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we can have tarmac access on tt day>?

 

Not sure how far can u go on the apron, be advise this is a military base, they might not allow

u to go too far take some shots.

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Kuala Lumpur Air Base, Sungai Besi

Joy Flights around Kuala Lumpur City

Fly with Instructors from RSFC at RM70 per adult pax (Children below 12 - RM50)

 

Wow, I like this event very much :yahoo: ...

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75th Anniversary Celebrations

Schedule of Events

Saturday 13th December 2008

RSFC Treasure Hunt

RSFC Club House, Sungai Besi

Breakfast and Lunch provided for Driver, Navigator and Back Seat Drivers

Goody Bag for all in car with Drinks and Snacks and Souvenir RSFC Aviator Cap and T-Shirt

0800: Registration and Breakfast.

 

0830: Briefing for all participants.

 

0900: Flagoff by Panglima Operasi Udara, RMAF (Lt.Gen. Dato' Rodzali Daud

 

0900 – 1230: Treasure Hunt around KL

 

Question papers and photographs will challenge

your navigation and observation skills.

 

1230-1330: Treasure Hunt ends at the RSFC Club House with Lunch for participants

 

1445-1500: Prize Giving Ceremony for Treasure Hunt participants.

 

Entry Fee: RM100 per car (inclusive of 4 person team)

 

Sponsored by

 

 

 

Joy Flights and Air Display

Children of all ages will be entertained throughout the day with Colouring Competitions, Musical Chairs

and much more by Members of the House and Social Committee of the Royal Selangor Flying Club

 

Kuala Lumpur Air Base, Sungai Besi

Joy Flights around Kuala Lumpur City

Fly with Instructors from RSFC at RM70 per adult pax (Children below 12 - RM50)

 

0900-1000: Club House Acivities

 

Music with DJ

 

RSFC Booth

 

CTRM Booth

 

MSAF Booth

 

1000: Hangar and Airfield open to Public

 

1000-1030: Selangor Formation

Aerial Display by 4 Eagle 150B Aircraft

 

Hey Amin,

I interested in the event, but not treassure.

So, is it ok I just visit the booths and shot the aerial display?

Edited by AhJian

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Hey Amin,

I interested in the event, but not treassure.

So, is it ok I just visit the booths and shot the aerial display?

No problem. there is also the RMAF museum at the entrance of the base. You can take lots of shots there and also climb to the cockpit.

Lots of historical aircraft there.

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Talked to a friend and they are arranging for a BAE Hawk with Smoke, a Long EZ Jet and an L29 to do an RC Turbine display there. Apparently there's a morning and afternoon slot for them.

 

The Hawk is something to look at, with detailed cockpit and pilot figures as well.

 

This will be a big challenge to shoot nice spotting pictures. Not as easy as shooting airliners as these little jets are very fast and agile, and framing them for a good pix is not easy.

 

what time will the RC jets be performing?

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Thanks Amin for the notification, without this post i think i would'nt know that theres such thing yesterday hehe. Cheers to Attan the air boss for yesterday! Had fun wondering in the tarmac without getting the beredar order.

 

Though it was marred by an unfortunate plane crash. RIP to the brave pilot.

 

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Edited by Walter Sim

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Going into the airbase. so need a visitor pass.

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Head toward the club house. we do small MWs gathering there with Aiman, Walter, Attan, Razlizam & Li Ren.

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doing to the apron area. got few static display there. good day to collect GA pics.

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seem it unlock so we hijack Mr.TOP

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very nice looking VEN. the interior look great.

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RMAF light training aircraft~?

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the blue cockpit look clean and neat.

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Li Ren study how to refueling the plane. merah kaa hijau~??

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While Walter doing walkaround check before the plane going for the action.

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lonely RFC. with nostalgic terminal at the background.

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some formation flight and acrobatic display in the air.

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also got "mesin rumput terbang" flying around.

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it start raining and we hiding inside hanger. while Attan being a great commentor for the event.

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HahahaHa.. Main Dish for me. Sultan Pahang right~??

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The heavy rain start pouring so no Joyride for me that day. T_T

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Will add some more later on maybe uploading a video.

Edited by Ibrahim

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There was a big crash when an RAF BAE Hawk crashed and burned just after Take Off from Runway 22 Sempang, TUDM Base this morning.

 

It happened during the RSAF Airshow. Here are some pictures of the event.

 

The Scene at the apron flightline;

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The Good Colonel and his Paramotor

20081213RC_005.jpg

 

The Flypast event started with a C172 and 4 Eagles doing a flypast

20081213RC_006.jpg

 

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The 4 Eagles did a bomb burst

20081213RC_008.jpg

 

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After that the hawk did its Take Off but I did'nt have time to shoot the Take Off roll.

Immediately after getting airborne, the Hawk was seen banking steeply to the left, with the pilot vainly fighting for control. It ploughed into the ground in a huge fireball.

 

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The Fire Tender rushed out to kill the flames

 

20081213RC_011.jpg

 

 

We quickly rushed out there as soon as the area was secured.

 

The impact point

20081213RC_012.jpg

 

Sham checking out the debris trail

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The trail of fireball left a swath of burnt grass

20081213RC_014.jpg

 

The two pilots remains were collected by Five Zero

20081213RC_015.jpg

 

More SAR activities

20081213RC_016.jpg

 

The main debris

20081213RC_017.jpg

 

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The Hawk owner along with Sham inspecting the main debris

20081213RC_019.jpg

 

Till now the cause of the crash is still unknown. It was definitely not pilot trouble hence it looks like it is technical related the nature of which remains unclear. Not much remains of the debris so the cause will probably remain unknown.

 

The Hawk Pre-Crash

 

20081213RC_001.jpg

 

20081213RC_002.jpg

 

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Wow.. tragic end to an expensive RC ... did the other two RC jets fly? The f-16 and the navy hawk?

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Thanks for the fastest Preliminary Crash Investigation Report ever to come out! Congrats Capt Nik :drinks:

 

The aircraft that crashed had problems in starting earlier. Pilot reported aircraft was not responding to his control inputs just before the crash. Fortunately no person or other property was hit by the aircraft as it was still low.

 

Capt Amin helped out a lot in the flying activities that day and brought with him many aircraft from Subang for the static display. Thanks, Bro :drinks:

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Thanks God the Hawk didn't crashed on the highway or ERL railway, if not the consequences will be beyond expectation.. Capt Attan , during the next year RSFC

 

anniversary, is it possible to use Eagle 150 for the joy ride city tour ?? :yahoo:

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RSFC is planning to lease an Eagle 150B from CTRM for members' use. If this happens and the aircraft is available then, I suppose we can arrange something. However the cost of the ride will be more than for a C172 seat as only one pax can ride.

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