National Geographic AirVenture Oshkosh the Largest Air Show on the planet, with more than 10,000 aircraft and more than half a million people. Viewers get an insider's perspective when National Geographic flies along with the world's best aerobatic pilots as they twist and tumble through the sky, and follow a father and son crew as they fly their restored P-51 Mustang on its maiden voyage to Oshkosh after a 14-year restoration—and compete for best in show.
Albeit poor quality video of the first Boeing 767-300 (and one of the only widebodies) to ever land at Washington National Airport (DCA). Delta Airlines DL 802, N126DL, ex-ATL, captured as it rounds Rosslyn and passes the monuments on the 19 River Visual approach. Video taken from Netherlands Carillon.