Best Infinite Flight Photos [Official Thread]


#763





Bonjour, Saint-Martin!
LFPG - TNCM


#764

Ahhhh so it was you that had to back taxi all that way and blocked me from Taking off!
ahahahahah Just Joking


#765

the 777 shot it awesome !!! just the contrails are missing


#766


#767

Really nice photos! Keep up the great work.😉👍


#768

Thanks! I love doing long haul flights like these


#770


Getting some shots for ANZV coming soon!


#771

“Up, Up, and Away!”


#772

American B789 morning departure out of Miami,FL on its way to Sao Paulo, Brazil.


#773

BEAUTIFUL descent into Denver via OURAY.PEEKK3

Oh, and there’s my house!


#774

strong text


#775

Lol, to be honest I’d have probably taken less time if I hadn’t hovered halfway down the runway


#776

Amazing look good . thanks man !:)


#777


#778

How did you get that high? I can’t seem to get above 50,000.


#779

aha gotta love that strong text


#780

Couple of regional flights today


#781


#782

You’ve got to use an F-22, with zero armaments and as much fuel as you want. The fuel burns fast, in a few minutes, so bring enough to reach full speed. Go as fast as possible. I can get to M.3.4 at 35-40,000 ft. The most important number however is GS (Ground Speed). This must be as high as possible. Use full power for the entire flight and adjust your altitude to reach the highest ground speed possible. Ignore your airspeed, it’s not really important, so long As your not falling out the sky. As the fuel burns, your optimum altitude will increase. Once you are at speed, and have about 30 seconds of fuel left, you need to put the aircraft into a vertical climb quickly, but not violently. If you are too fast you will loose speed. If you are too slow your control surfaces will “die” due to lack of air before you are vertical. Your engines should die during the ascent due to fuel exhaustion, this is fine. The aircraft will also tumble as the air is too thin to offer any aerodynamic stability. The aircraft will follow a ballistic trajectory up to its highest point (the apoapsis) and then fall back to Earth. It can be rather difficult to get the aircraft back under control, but it is possible, so keep trying! The higher up you regain control the better, as it gives more options for landing (remember, you will have no fuel left). The F-22 in this lightweight configuration can glide efficiently for many miles. Select an airport, descend and land.

Also, the altitude I reached in the session you were refereeing to isn’t that high compared to what I’ve achieved more recently. My record is 191,488 ft.


#783

Free Cam