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A SAHSA Boeing 737-200 does a low level fly past at Tegucigalpa's Toncontin Airport in the mid 1980s. Excellent subject matter makes up for poor video quality.
      4511 days ago    28132 views     Ken Sayers
Channels: Boeing
01:21
Boeing 747-412F/SCD | Singapore Airlines Cargo | 9V-SFP Boeing 747-4B5F/ER/SCD | Korean Air Cargo | HL7438 Boeing 747-406M | KLM Asia | PH-BFM
      3744 days ago    26647 views     MichaelBindseil
Channels: Boeing
01:25
NWT Air Boeing 737-248C C-FNVT was filmed over Yellowknife from Buffalo Airways' Piper Navajo flown by Marc Mazdak, and it sounds like Joe McBryan's son Mickey was along with us helping out. This Boeing had been recently acquired from Aer Lingus, and was conducting initial rides for pilots, so we took advantage of the opportunity to do some air-to-air photo work. I also had my Hi-8 video camera with me and shot this very poor quality footage. Better than nothing I suppose.
      3340 days ago    24255 views     Henry Tenby
Channels: Boeing
01:41
Stapleton Field, circa 1972. Watch for United 720s & 727s, UAL 727 "QC" (Quick Change-RARE!) American 707 & 747, Texas International DC-9, & Continental 727.
      3167 days ago    26529 views     Ken Sayers
00:33
EVA Air Boeing 747-400 landing YVR on a nice summer evening in July 2006. You can hear the crickets in the background.
     4675 days ago    28589 views     Henry Tenby
Channels: Boeing
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On February 1, 1991, Yellowkife-based Air Canada Connector NWT Air operated Canada’s last passenger Lockheed L188 Electra scheduled service. Combi Electra C-FIJV operated the Yellowknife-Coppermine-Cambride-Coppermine-Yellowknife routing under the command of Captain John Sorenson and his crew. In this program, Henry Tenby takes us aboard the second to last final day of scheduled passenger Lockheed Electra services in Canada (January 30, 1991), also under the command of Captain John Sorenson. It was a typical arctic winter day. Mostly clear, with bitterly cold temperatures hovering at the minus 35 degrees C mark across the arctic. This trip is forever preserved in the NWT Air Electra DVD by AirlineHobby.com DVDs.
     4658 days ago    24212 views     Henry Tenby
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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!
     4655 days ago    18358 views     Henry Tenby
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By virtue of its 27,000 foot high mountains, Nepal is known as the roof of the world. Much of the country is only accessible by air, with over 40 airfields, most being in the Himalayan region. The AirlineHobby.com DVD takes us to visit Nepal’s most famous alpine airstrip is at the mountain village of Lukla, the gateway to Mount Everest, which is situated at the end of a one-way-in and one-way-out mountain valley. Its from this airfield where visitors to Mount Everest start, and hopefully conclude their Everest visit. Nestled on a small plateau on the angled side of steep cliff at 9400 feet, this short 1500-foot airstrip is a hive of Twin Otter and Dornier 228 activity, flying tourists and trekkers in from Kathmandu. In Nepalese the word Lukla means “place with many goats and sheep.” Today, Lukla attracts mostly STOL aircraft! We'll see lots of action footage filmed at Lukla including Sita Air's Dornier 228, Yeti DHC-6 Twin Otters, Agni Air Dornier 228, Royal Nepal Twin Otters, Shangri-La Air Twin Otters. (This DVD also includes a bonus track featuring Pokhara airport with Yeti Jetstream 41s and Buddha Air Beech 1900Ds.) Fixed wing operations at Lukla take place in the morning as very strong up-mountain drafts prevail in the afternoon, and are too dangerous.
     4653 days ago    18392 views     Henry Tenby
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