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This short film from the mid 1950s explains British aviation missteps including the Saunders Roe Princess Flying Boat, Bristol Brabazon and SR-177. It also shows the Vickers Viscount, Bristol Britannia and Comet airliners.
         4046 days ago    32632 views     Ken Sayers
04:46
This is the short version story of Britains white elephant Princess Flying Boat, a remarkable achievement with no economic use. Collected from 40s and 50s newsreel footage.
         3982 days ago    23491 views     Ken Sayers
02:07
The world's last two Martin Mars are operated by Coulson Flying Tankers based at Sproat Lake, near Port Alberni on Vancouver Island. Built just as WWII came to end, the two Mars are highly effective fire fighting aircraft that have worked the BC coast since the late 1950s. Being the world's last operational examples of the great flying boat era, the Mars attract attention everywhere. In January, 2008, Hawaii Mars C-FLYL was based in Vancouver Harbour for the annual Truck Loggers convention held at Canada Place. The Mars flew daily wowing crowds with a water drop right in front of Canada Place attracting extensive media coverage. Airline videographer Henry Tenby had exclusive access and filmed this historic visit using broadcast cameras.
        3729 days ago    25261 views     Henry Tenby
03:29
The Martin Mars performed a water bombing demo for the 2005 Tall Ships event on Vancouver Island. In this footage the Mars does a few impressive water drops. The last active season for the Sproat Lake, BC-based Martin Mars was 2006. These planes are now retired and for sale.
4122 days ago    22940 views     Ken Sayers
01:32
AirlineTV.net cameraman Henry Tenby filmed the first ever arrival of a Martin Mars flying boat at Vancouver Harbour. Hawaii Mars C-FLYL is seen here arriving in Vancouver Harbour for the first time ever. This is one of two remaining Mars flying boats both of which are operated by Coulson Flying Tankers. The Mars is visiting Canada Place for the annual Truck Loggers Association convention being held January 16-18, 2008, at the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre at Canada Place. The Mars will perform water drop demonstrations each day during its visit. For more videos of this exciting visit visit www.AirlineTV.net
3809 days ago    27676 views     Henry Tenby
01:27
The world's last two Martin Mars are operated by Coulson Flying Tankers based at Sproat Lake, near Port Alberni on Vancouver Island. Built just as WWII came to end, the two Mars are highly effective fire fighting aircraft that have worked the BC coast since the late 1950s. Being the world's last operational examples of the great flying boat era, the Mars attract attention everywhere. In January, 2008, Hawaii Mars C-FLYL was based in Vancouver Harbour for the annual Truck Loggers convention held at Canada Place. The Mars flew daily wowing crowds with a water drop right in front of Canada Place attracting extensive media coverage. Airline videographer Henry Tenby had exclusive access and filmed this historic visit using broadcast cameras.
3729 days ago    24897 views     Henry Tenby
01:06
Before and during the war, Empire flying boat in-flight refueling operations were conducted using a modified Handley Page Harrow bomber as a tanker.
3532 days ago    31457 views     Henry Tenby
01:08
The Handley Page H.P.42 and H.P.45 were British four-engined long-range biplane airliners designed to a 1928 Imperial Airways specification by Handley Page of Radlett in Hertfordshire. The H.P.42/45 were the land-based airliners of Imperial Airways and along with the company's later flying boats are well remembered. Eight aircraft were built, four of each type; all were named, with names beginning with the letter "H". One was destroyed in an airship hangar fire in 1937 but the remainder survived to be impressed into Royal Air Force service at the outbreak of the Second World War.
3532 days ago    24910 views     Henry Tenby
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