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!
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.
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.
A very charming film concerning an airline hostess who attracts three guys named Mike, hence the title. Film is centered around an American Airlines Convair 240. Not alot of "Airliner candy", but the nostalgia and classic airport scenes of this movie makes up for it.
Cliff Robertson stars and directs the movie called the "The Pilot" about an alcoholic DC-8 pilot. This film is an aviation classic and features lots of air-to-air footage of North American Airlines DC-8-30. Robertson was a stunt pilot and added a DC8 typerating so he could fly the air-to-air stuff himself. Camera ship was flown by Clay Lacy. The movie was filmed in 1978 and released in 1980 and have never been released to video or DVD.