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08:22
PURE "HEAVY JETS LANDINGS" at runway one eight right...filmed in front and behind...by Alex Alberto. Superb footage!
         3707 days ago    28061 views     Henry Tenby
01:25
Long before the 707, in 1949 there was the Avro Jetliner.
3707 days ago    20314 views     Henry Tenby
07:51
The Howard Hughes movie Jet Pilot had excellent flying scenes using Boeing B-29 and F-86 Sabre aircraft. The flying scenes are fantastic and the meat and potatoes footage from this film has been condensed down to 15 minutes of pure flying. For all you F-86 buffs out there, this is enjoyable footage.
        3707 days ago    20803 views     Henry Tenby
07:10
The Howard Hughes movie Jet Pilot had excellent flying scenes using Boeing B-29 and F-86 Sabre aircraft. The flying scenes are fantastic and the meat and potatoes footage from this film has been condensed down to 15 minutes of pure flying. For all you F-86 buffs out there, this is enjoyable footage.
        3707 days ago    22412 views     Henry Tenby
10:05
Flight aboard the BOAC de Havilland Comet to Johannesburg South Africa and some history related to the Comet in this early 1950s newsreel footage.
3707 days ago    20322 views     Henry Tenby
01:58
Curtis XP-55, Gloster E28 and the Bell XP-59 introduced to the public in this 1945 newsreel.
3707 days ago    18654 views     Henry Tenby
08:40
This is a 1950s newsreel on the Sanders Roe SR A/1 and Convair Sea Dart water jets. The Saunders-Roe SR.A/1 was a prototype fighter aircraft tested by the Royal Air Force shortly after World War II. The first prototype flew on July 15, 1947, and while it and its two sisters proved to have good performance and handling, the need for such aircraft had completely evaporated with the end of the war. Furthermore, the success of the aircraft carrier in the Pacific had demonstrated a far more effective way to project airpower over the oceans. In addition, the cockpit canopy was small and heavily framed, giving the pilot a poor view outside the aircraft. The project was finally abandoned in May 1951.
3711 days ago    26800 views     Henry Tenby
10:44
This is a very nice colour early 1950s period piece about the developement of helicopters. Watch for the Hiller Hornet prototype, Kaman HOK-1, Piasecki H-21 "Flying Banana", Bell 47G, etc. Also check out the Continental DC-6 take-off, Capital DC-4s, plus GREAT COLOUR footage of the McDonnell F2H "Banshee" jet fighter.
3712 days ago    26955 views     Henry Tenby
Channels: Helicopters
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