Kirby Chambliss Epic Flight filmed with GoPro Hero2
I found this nice vieo to share here: Landing Training on the U-2. CoOL!
The B-17 "Aluminum Overcast" visited Lebanon, TN in 2004. I took my 1940's era Bell & Howell Filmo 16mm movie camera and shot this footage from a small hill on the other side of the runway. After the B-17 took off, it banked around to the left and I thought it was going to be gone for awhile. A few minutes later I heard the beautiful sound of those 4 radial engines and realized that they were going to buzz the field. The B-17 flew right over me on this pass. Looking throught the viewfinder, it felt like I could reach out and touch it as it went by. You can tell the excitement level was high as the camera shakes while I was filming the plane fly away. It was easily one of the most exciting shots I've ever captured on film.
Kent Pietsch Jelly Belly Motorhome landing. That's an amazing view from the van!!!
A recent survey reveals that Virgin Atlantic cabin crew have been voted the hottest in the world! So, Virgin Atlantic has the most attractive flight attendants, a nice way to fly!
Publisher Dave Hook interviews Joe Corrao concerning his proposed method to categorize more precisely the different types of missions in civil aviation.
The Animated History Of Aviation in 3 minutes by Utah Valley University. More infos here: http://www.uvu.edu/aviation/
Filmed on 28 October 2011, this video contains some shots of aircraft at Dublin Airport, including a first for me, the Air France Beoing 747F - this being the first time I'd seen a 747 at Dublin. Also included are the usual visitors including Aer Lingus, Aer Arann Regional (Aer lingus regional), Etihad, Ryanair and a few more in the titles. This was only a fleeting visit as our trip was to Galway and we decided to drive over to Dublin to see what the journey was like, having always flown it in the past. The answer was, very long! and surprisingly expensive due to all the tolls along the route. That coupled with food poisioning on the trip didn't make for an altogether happy experience!!
Aircraft 1: Hughes OH-6 Aircraft 2: Piper PA-28 Cherokee Aircraft 3: Piper PA-34 Seneca Aircraft 4: Aerospatiale SA365N of Life Lion Areomedical Services.
Planehook's president describes the basic elements of a closed-circuit television system and some of its strengths and weaknesses as a surveillance system for genral aviation airports.