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PostSubject: The World Owes Indonesia   Thu Aug 26, 2010 5:20 pm

The world owes Indonesia

Posted on August 26th, 2010 at 12:16 pm
by Akhyari 0

Did you know, that all planes used to have
4-5 crews in the cockpit? They were the
Pilot, Co-pilot, Navigator, Telecom, and
Technician. Now…planes only have two
men, much more simple. How come?

[url=i705.photobucket.com/albums/ww57/twinpacboy/tokoh%20dirgantara/wiweko-soepono.jpg]wiweko soepono[/url]
In 1983, Mr. Wiweko Soepono, the Director
of Garuda Indonesia, briliantly came
to Airbus bringing an idea of Forward
Facing Crew Cockpit. Mr. Wiweko reduced
the number of crews in the cockpit of 4-
engined Douglas DC-8 from 5 to only 3, as
he thought that flight radio operator and
navigator were no longer needed. Airbus
adopted his idea and released world’s
first two-cockpit airplane Airbus A300B4,
and Garuda Indonesia was the first to fly
this newly released airplane.

[url=farrasoct.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/garuda-a3002.jpg?w=440&h=145]A 300 Garuda[/url]
Airbus A300B4
Mr. Wiweko was activelly involvedf in
designing the Airbus new cockpit
arrangement. He, with another aircraft
maker Beechcraft designed and prepared
Beechcraft Super H-18 for himself to make
solo flight crossing Pacific ocean.
Mr.Wiweko flied 60 hours, refueling in
Hawaii, Wake Island, Guam, and Manila.
[url=4.bp.blogspot.com/_CGeVhvgzcsg/Sg9YFltUH3I/AAAAAAAAA3Q/-NYEK-dHdaI/s400/776430.jpg]beechcraft[/url]
Beechcraft Super H18
He was the first man in Asia to fly solo
crossing the pacific on light aircraft.

Maap fotonya berupa link..ogut uploadnya pake hp..ga tau caranya.. sujud

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PostSubject: Re: The World Owes Indonesia   Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:36 pm

Om Fly Emirates : Gimana ya mau lihat fotonya... thinking thinking thinking
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PostSubject: Re: The World Owes Indonesia   Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:52 pm

saya kasih linknya saja ya...gambarnya tetap tidak mau muncul...
jeduggggthe world owes indonesia

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PostSubject: Re: The World Owes Indonesia   Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:55 pm

Remy membantu Om Fly Emirates, di bawah ini photo nya...

The world owes Indonesia

Posted on August 26th, 2010 at 12:16 pm
by Akhyari 0

Did you know, that all planes used to have 4-5 crews in the cockpit? They were the Pilot, Co-pilot, Navigator, Telecom, and Technician. Now…planes only have two men, much more simple. How come?

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In 1983, Mr. Wiweko Soepono, the Director of Garuda Indonesia, briliantly came to Airbus bringing an idea of Forward Facing Crew Cockpit. Mr. Wiweko reduced the number of crews in the cockpit of 4- engined Douglas DC-8 from 5 to only 3, as he thought that flight radio operator and navigator were no longer needed. Airbus adopted his idea and released world’s first two-cockpit airplane Airbus A300B4, and Garuda Indonesia was the first to fly this newly released airplane.

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Airbus A300B4
Mr. Wiweko was activelly involvedf in designing the Airbus new cockpit arrangement. He, with another aircraft maker Beechcraft designed and prepared Beechcraft Super H-18 for himself to make solo flight crossing Pacific ocean. Mr.Wiweko flied 60 hours, refueling in Hawaii, Wake Island, Guam, and Manila.

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Beechcraft Super H18
He was the first man in Asia to fly solo crossing the pacific on light aircraft.
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