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This is a Delta Air Lines 757 painted in the old livery. This paint livery is very close to the classic one that was worn by Delta jets through the 1960's and 70's. I'm not sure what the paint scheme is officially called, but I liked it best of any other Delta has used. It is 2 paint schemes used before the current one seen today. recorded in 2007.
2809 days ago    27668 views     radioandtrainman
00:18
This is a Delta Air Lines 757 landing at Baltimore BWI airport. The plane is in the livery that was used before the current one today. Recorded summer 2008
2809 days ago    22632 views     radioandtrainman
Channels: Boeing
01:22
Beautiful footage of an early United DC-8 on the way to Honolulu, 1961s.
2903 days ago    29671 views     Ken Sayers
02:04
Nice footage of Sabena 707 Intercontinentals in their classic 1960s livery, along with fantastic scenery in & around Brussels Airport! Also, watch for Caravelles (Plus interior mock-up), DC-6, & CV-440 as well.
        3105 days ago    36324 views     Ken Sayers
02:28
Filmed by Eugene Cupps this short video clip shows Honeywell's Boeing 720 testbed N720 being broken up for scrap on Honeywell's Phoenix apron on Saturday, June 21, 2008. The actual demolition process lasted about 4 and a half hours on Saturday, with the subsequent removal of the broken up remains and engines and the clean-up being completed on Sunday morning. The replacement experimental aircraft, the Boeing 757, was moved back into position on the ramp around 1 pm on Sunday afternoon. This time lapse video shows the entire job from start to end condensed down to just a few minutes.
3660 days ago    26413 views     Henry Tenby
00:51
A Thompson Holidays Boeing 757 ingests a bird into the starboard side engine during rotation at Manchester. The aircraft was able to make a successful energency landing. This video was filmed by Simon Lowe who was at the right place at the right time.
         4052 days ago    29665 views     Ken Sayers
01:41
This Manadarin report from March 27, 2007, reports the sad news that Vancouver based Harmony Airways will suspend all schedule passenger operations by April 9, 2007. Very sad news for passengers and staff.
4131 days ago    25457 views     Ken Sayers
Channels: Boeing
01:27
Airline videographer Henry Tenby then takes us for a 3-day visit to Baiyun Airport in Guangzhou (formerly Canton), back when many of the Chinese domestic airlines were still using Soviet aircraft. The stars of the show are the Tu154s of China United Airlines, China Southwest, and Sichuan Airlines. Great noise! The action is further spiced up by China General Yak-42s, a Vietnam Airlines Tu134, and more Tu154 action served up by Aeroflot, Air Volga, and Baikal Airlines. Additional domestic Chinese dishes include Shanghai Airlines 757, China Northwest MD80, BAe 146 and A300, Wuhan and Yunnan 737-300s, Air China 747SP, and lots of China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines fleet action. The second half of the DVD serves up a generous helping of non-stop, jet action filmed from various scenic locations at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak airport, back in 1995 and 1997. Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways’ fleet mixes company with Kai Tak regulars including 747s of Mandarin Airlines (747SP), China Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Air China, Thai, United, KAL, Canadian, Polar Air Cargo, Air France, British Asia Airways, Air France, and Singapore Airlines, in addition to MD11s of Garuda, China Eastern, Philippine Air Lines ... and more!
     4196 days ago    18127 views     Henry Tenby
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