Our missionary aviation operation in the village of Mayalan went on for over ten years. This grass airstrip is 1400' long. I typically used 700-800 of it to land. Here you see my family watching me land after waiting for me to return from a flight.
Incredible Wingsuite Base Jumping recorded in China. Really amazing location. Great video guys!!! Original rights follow: base-book.com Blue suit: Matt Gerdes. Air to air camera by Barry Holubeck. Music: White on White, by Fredrik.
Stunning beautiful singer Katya Bazhenova (Катя Баженова) new song video aboard a aerobatic fighter. Катя Баженова, Пилот.
Scotland, the Loganair flight from Papa Westray to Westray has been the world's shortest scheduled flight for 30 years now. The scheduled flight time is 2 minutes though the flight time itself is even shorter, about 1'20"!
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.
This is the JAARS Missions at the Airport event. JAARS is an organization that distributes Bibles and other other Christian literature to remote of the world. The first aircraft is a Helio Courier. The second is a Robinson R44II Raven helicopter. The third clip is a recording from the helicopter cockpit.
Incredible video of a stuntman launching from a plane and catching another in flight. A race against time!
The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 (Russian: Микоян и Гуревич МиГ-29; NATO reporting name: "Fulcrum") is a fourth-generation jet fighter aircraft designed in the Soviet Union for an air superiority role. Developed in the 1970s by the Mikoyan design bureau, it entered service with the Soviet Air Force in 1983, and remains in use by the Russian Air Force as well as in many other nations. The NATO name "Fulcrum" was sometimes unofficially used by Soviet pilots in service.The MiG-29, along with the Sukhoi Su-27, was developed to counter new American fighters such as the McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle, and the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon. n the 1980s, Mikoyan developed the improved MiG-29S to use longer range R-27E and R-77 air-to-air missiles. It added a dorsal 'hump' to the upper fuselage to house a jamming system and some additional fuel capacity. The weapons load was increased to 4,000 kg (8,800 lb) with airframe strengthening. These features were included in new-built fighters and upgrades to older MiG-29s. Refined versions of the MiG-29 with improved avionics were fielded by the Soviet Union, but Mikoyan's multirole variants, including a carrier-based version designated MiG-29K, were never produced in large numbers. In the post-Soviet era, MiG-29 development was influenced by the Mikoyan bureau's apparent lesser political clout than rival Sukhoi. Some more advanced versions are still being pursued for export, and updates of existing Russian aircraft are likely. New fighter versions called MiG-29M/M2 and MiG-29SMT have been developed. Furthermore, development of the MiG-29K carrier version has been resumed for the Indian Navy's INS Vikramaditya aircraft carrier. The Soviet Union did not assign official names to most of its aircraft, although nicknames were common. Unusually, some Soviet pilots found the MiG-29's NATO reporting name, "Fulcrum", to be a flattering description of the aircraft's intended purpose, and it is sometimes unofficially used in Russian service.
Filmed in late summer at London's Stansted Airport, this video includes some new angles thanks to Essex Police's Planewatch scheme! We were afforded a rare opportunity to film aircraft from the opposite side of the airfield, albeit on a very wet day! Here you can see a rare Boeing 737-200 Classic, a British Airways Citiflyer Embraer E170, Onur Air A321, UPS Cargo Airlines 767 as well as an Anadolu Jet (Turkish Airlines) A320 and newly painted Viking Airlines A320 in Fly Hellas branding.