October 07, 2010
How Low Can You Go?

What better way to end a Thursday night than with a compilation of fly-bys by pilots who weren't worried about the FAA? The two lowest are both SEPECAT Jaguars, and those are only a few examples I've seen of that type just a few feet off the ground. Must've been something about their wing design that gave them a massive ground effect, which probably made it feel like flying against the wrong side of a magnet.

Anyway, always remember, in the race for the lowest pass in an airplane, you want to come in SECOND.

Posted by scott at October 07, 2010 08:35 PM

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