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The Ultimate Fighter Pilot Video

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Mixture of some of the best Fighter Pilot footage ever recorded. Song by "Legion of Doom" - Dangerous Business Since 1979.

R-44 Raven II heli's at Teuge Airport 6-3-...

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6-3-2012: D-HHJS (C/n: 13115) Robinson R-44 Raven II D-HMSH (C/n: 13160) Robinson R-44 Raven II

Tu-154 With Flight Control Problems after ...

03:47 190846 0 Vilnius

June 2011. A Russian crew struggles to regain control of his aircraft. This footage shot by a plane spotter at an airport in the Moscow region shows a Tupolev-154 appartently going out of control shortly after take off. No passengers were onboard the Ministry's Defense Plane at the time. The film released on the Internet has bloggers praising the skills of the pilot as he manages to regain control and land safely. Aviation authorities are investigating the incident.

High-Sierra: Big Tyres Short Movie HD

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High Sierra: A Short Film by "backcountrypilot.org". Learn more by reading the full-length destination report there. Credits: Produced/edited by BackcountryPilot.org Time-lapse photography: Grant Kaye Photography Aerial footage: Tom Waclo Maule landing: Terry Keller Box cover photograph: Court Leve Photo Music: From Despair Comes Light by The Wizarddrummer Ghost Train to the Eastern Star by Nate Finan The Boy With No Name by Richard D. Taylor Chain Gang Blues by Thomas Brunkard Eric (cause he was incredible green) by scratchcomposite.

Scary landing of a beginner

00:20 231870 3 Foxx

A scary landing of a beginner pilot, as you can see!!

Amsterdam holidays and aviation - 2 of 2

05:53 241018 0 Kletten

This is the second part of this video serie! If you didn't saw the first one yet do it now;)!

Small airplane takes off and lands_Drone view HD

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Aircraft : RANS S-6ES, 65HP Drone : DJI Phantom 3 4K

C-17 Cool Takeoff from Afghanistan Desert

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C-17, Cool, Takeoff, Afghanistan, Desert

Hong Kong Kai Tak Airport (1925 - 1998)

03:44 225604 0 JetPower

Kai Tak Airport VHHH (1925 - 1998) VHHX (since 1998) "traditional Chinese: 啟德機場" was the world's busiest international airport. The growth of Hong Kong put a strain on the airport's capacity. The airport was designed to handle 24 million passengers per year but in 1996, Kai Tak had already handled 29.5 million passengers, plus 1.56 million tonnes of freight, making it the third busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic, and first in terms of cargo. However extremely busy Kai Tak was located in the city center, the Kowloon City "九龍城" (The city of nine dragons "city surrounded by nine mountains"), around by high density buildings, numerous skyscrapers and rugged mountains reaching an altitude of 2000 ft. with single narrow runway (13/31) very close to taxiway jutting out into Victoria Harbour, and further less than 10 Km is Hong Kong Island, another densely populated area with hills up to 2100 ft. The only way approach to Runway 13 was a sharp 47-degree right turn before and of the same level with the checkerboard (a small hill painted with red and white checkerboard at 1:18) at about 100-meter altitude then align with the runway. Often with strong crosswinds, the airport was infamously difficult to land at. However, due to the same reasons, only experience pilots were chosen for the challenging approach and air crash incidents rarely occur. The low altitude manoeuvre was so spectacular that crowded streets of people, multi-storey buildings, vehicles and pavements can easily be "touch". I can hear "WOW" or "My God" from passengers when they aware of the home decorations through apartment windows which is of the same level with the aircraft like flickering of televisions even children say "Hi" to them before landing. In this video, you can found the most extremely landing, but these happened several hundred times per day, and was just the real daily life of Hong Kong people.