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Chapman Freeborn Airchartering arranged a charter of a B747-200F to transport 73 showjumping horses from the Netherlands to a major showcase event in Doha, Qatar. The horses made the return trip to Doha from Maastricht Aachen Airport, for whom the operation represented the single biggest movement of horses they have done to date. The aircraft configuration was adapted so the horses could be accompanied by a team of 13 grooms and a vet, to further ensure their safety and well-being during the flight. www.chapman-freeborn.com
3996 days ago    19731 views     Henry Tenby
05:11
Produced by AirlineTV.net, this reports explains the details involving and leading up to the recently announced close down of Harmony Airways scheduled flight operations. At this time, we do not know if the company will resume limited flying (perhaps as a charter operation). This report contains some interesting footage.
        4610 days ago    19618 views     Henry Tenby
08:49
In this clip we see just about every jet-powered aircraft the British companies produced in the heyday of the fifties. The TSR2 was perhaps ill-timed coming at the end of this era when budgets were tightening and politicians were sharpening the axe.
3809 days ago    19468 views     Ken Sayers
00:55
Canso low pass over fishermen on lake. This clip was appropriately titled When its OK to pee your pants. Just check it out to understand why.
        4696 days ago    19160 views     Henry Tenby
01:38
The Bristol Type 192 Belvedere is a British twin-engine, tandem rotor military helicopter built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company. It was designed for a variety of transport roles including troop transport, supply dropping and casualty evacuation. It was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1961 to 1969.
3513 days ago    18371 views     Ken Sayers
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!
     4676 days ago    18370 views     Henry Tenby
02:38
DHC-4A (C-7A) Caribou ex Spanish Airforce T9-19 (ex Villanumbla storage) firing up her RH Pratt & Whitney R-2000-7M2 Twin Wasp radial engine at Coventry Airport UK (August 1996). These three Caribou's were on there way to the US. The LH engine was unwilling and did not fired up...to much dissapointment of the pilot and mechanic.
3574 days ago    18229 views    
02:16
Several years ago, Henry Tenby started a one-man effort communicating with Air Canada, the NFB, and the Canadian Museum of Science and Technology, with the purpose of digitizing the TCA / Air Canada's historic film archives, and presenting the airline's moving image history in a series of DVDs. The whole idea was to unlock this great, forgotten cine film material so it could be enjoyed by everyone, not only today, but in the future. Air Canada had donated their film archives to the government museum as simply ran out of space. And it hadn't seen the light of day in decades. As the films were in many cases 50 to 70 years old, Henry felt it was imperative that the films be digitized sooner than later, to protect the precious images from age related deterioration. In 2013, these fabulous historic films will be released by HenryTenby.com and we hope you enjoy this short film, which is our way of saying Happy Birthday to Air Canada, and thank you to all the airline's great staff for building such a superb company that all Canadians can be proud of. This clip features Trans-Canada Air Lines' Lockheed Lodestar, Avro Lancastrian, Canadair DC-4M2 Northstar, Douglas DC-3, Lockheed Super Constellation, Vickers Viscount and Vanguard, and Douglas DC-8; the latter types which also appear in Air Canada colours circa mid-1960s.
2461 days ago    17361 views     Henry Tenby
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