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American Airlines Boeing 757 landing at Tegucigalpa Airport, Hondurus. Not the best video quality but it gives an excellent idea of how precarious an airport this is nestled between the hills of a shallow valley.
         3932 days ago    36433 views     Ken Sayers
Channels: Boeing
This DVD is available from AirlineHobby.com DVDs. These 1950s era films capture the development, manufacture, flight test, and airline operations of the Boeing 707 and 720. All of the early Boeing 707 and 720 customers are represented including Pan Am, Continental Airlines, TWA, American Airlines, Braniff, Varig, Air France, Aer Lingus, United Airlines, BOAC, Sabena, South African Airways, and others. DVD highlights include test flying both the 707 and 720 from the California high desert at Edwards Air Force base, President Eisenhower’s December, 1959, eleven nation tour (Operation Monsoon) aboard the first MATS VC137A, the delivery of the first Qantas Boeing 707, the May 28, 1959, Boeing 707 intercontinental route proving flight from Seattle to Rome direct (with Boeing President William Allen aboard), Sabena’s remarkable 707 operations during the Congo evacuations of 1960, delivery of Irish International’s first Boeing 720 in the Fall of 1960, and their subsequent crew training with the aircraft in Tuscon, and a lot more!
         4079 days ago    32164 views     Henry Tenby
This black and white advert was produced by American Airlines in the 1960s to promote California as a holiday destination. The American Airlines 707 landing sequence at the end of the clip is the star of the show!
         3785 days ago    50782 views     Ken Sayers
This publicity video was released to the media by the Vancouver Airport Authority YVR to document the first North American visit by the Airbus 380 when the huge craft visited Vancouver arriving from Sydney on November 29, 2006. YVR was the only North American stop for the Airbus A380 as it visited 10 different airports worldwide on four trips. The visit was part of a certification process for the A380, demonstrating its capabilities on a continuous, typical airline schedule. The aircraft landed on the north runway as scheduled at 0730, much to the delight of hundreds of plane spotters lining Ferguson Road, north of the airport. The A380 spent the day on the West Apron, where it was serviced and fuelled. It departed on time at 1630 for its final leg of the journey to its home base in Toulouse, France.
         3997 days ago    29310 views     Ken Sayers
Channels: Airbus Industrie
AA55 about to depart Manchester for Chicago on March 16th 2009
        3276 days ago    23810 views     Lee Holden
Channels: Boeing
An American Airlines DC-10 crash lands on the 405 freeway in LA in this fictional account of a guy in the wrong place at the wrong time. Probably the single most amazing aspect of 405 is that this film was not created by an army of special effects artists. It was not a project that took years to complete. And it did not cost a million dollars to create. In fact, 405 was created by just two people, in only three months, with the only expense being their time and personal home computers. Visit www.405themovie.com to see how film makers Bruce Branit and Jeremy Hunt made this amazing film.
         3978 days ago    40989 views     Ken Sayers
Pan Am Boeing 377 Stratocruiser Promo Film 1950 (Part lll)
         3340 days ago    25320 views     Henry Tenby
BEA Viscount & BOAC Constellation & Pan Am DC-6B Heathrow Action 1955
        2374 days ago    24289 views     Ken Sayers
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