Captain Russ Piggott USAF Viper West 388FW/4FS/DEMO F-16 Demonstration Team visited the Abbotsford Airshow AUG 9-12 2007, and in this clip he is interviewed about his show by Henry Tenby and Alan Robertson of AirlineTV.net
American Airlines DC-3 NC17334 visited Vancouver, BC on SEP 14 2007. Henry Tenby of AirlineTV.net filmed the aircraft on a pleasure flight up the BC coast. The DC-3 is owned by the Flagship Detroit Foundation.
This 8mm movie was filmed by Ron Bird of Control Data Australia and it shows the Essendon Airport arrival of a large computer for Monash University in 1964. The computer was flown in on a Flying Tigers CL-44 and the clip also shows TAA and ANA 727-100s.
This DVD starts off with our Aerolineas Argentinas MD-83 flight from the Buenos Aires Aeroparque down to to Ushuaia. We board the aircraft on the apron just before sun up, and enjoy an early daylight departure from the Aeroparque. Our four hour flight south to Ushuaia passes quickly and we're soon on final approach to the Ushuaia Airport in Tierra Del Fuego.
Ushuaia has to be one of the most scenic airport settings in the world. Neslted against mountains on the Magellin Straight at the southern most tip of South America, the towering snow-capped mountains set against the open water and the clear air makes this a very special airport for aircraft enthusiasts and spotters. This DVD shows our landing and taxi-in to the gate from the aircraft cabin along with exterior footage as well.
After an introduction to the sights of picturesque Ushuaia, we spend time at the spectacular Ushuaia airport. The Lineas Aereas Del Estado - LADE Fokker F27 and the weekly Aerolineas Argentinas 747-400 flight from Buenos Aires are the star attractions along with Aerolineas Argentinas MD-83 action and LAN’s A320 service. We then board our Aerolineas MD-83 for the flight back to the Aeroparque in Buenos Aires. The DVD includes the taxi and departure at Ushuaia as well as AEP video action!
Order this DVD from www.AirlneHobby.com DVDs: In early March, 2011, we were blessed to have RAF VC10 C1K XV104 in Vancouver for a week of maintenance. It was too cold to perform the work in Calgary so the aircraft crew positioned to the warmer climes of Vancouver so the crews could work outside in relative comfort. This is probably the last visit of a VC10 to Vancouver, the last being in August of 2004. In this clip the aircraft is arriving back on stand after going to a remote pad for engine runs. A very special thank you to the RAF and crew of the VC10 for their kind help in making this filming possible. Enjoy the sounds of the Rolls Royce Conway engines! Filmed by Henry Tenby with a Sony HD HVR-A1U, edited in iMovie