Newly-discharged from the RAF after World War II, Jack Ruskin, a blunt no-nonsense Yorkshireman, decides to set up his own airline, Ruskin Air Services. Something of an idealist, Jack is prepared to bend every rule in the book to achieve his goal of flying a Dakota once again. He soon does a deal with Ernie Cade, a notorious spiv who can lay his hands on any item of war surplus - for the right price - and then enlists Peter Witney as co-pilot and Jock McEvoy as maintenance engineer. But his long absences start to put a strain on his relationship with Jennie, his girlfriend
Airspray Ltd Douglas A-26C Invader C-GHLX (44-35948) airtanker-32 fires up both her R2800-Double Wasp radial engines at Red Deer Industrial Airport (Alberta - Canada) and taxies out for a training flight. (June 1998)
Flagship Detroit Foundation's American Airlines DC-3 NC17334 visited Vancouver International Airport YVR on September 14, 2007. Aviation videographer Henry Tenby extensively filmed the DC-3 (exterior, cockpit and cabin) and the 60 minute DVD is now available for sale from www.airlinehobby.com DVDs. Enjoy the preview.
Boeing 767-31A/ER | Martinair Holland (Retro) | PH-MCL
Boeing 747-446F/SCD | JAL Cargo | JA402J
Airbus A300B4-203(F) | TNT | OO-TZB
Airbus A320-211 | Air France (Retro) | F-GFKJ
Boeing 777-206/ER | KLM | PH-BQH
Airbus A330-323X | Northwest Airlines | N8??NW
Boeing 777-2B5/ER | Korean Air | HL7575
McDonnell Douglas MD-11(F) | Martinair Cargo | PH-MCY
Boeing 747-4H6 | Malaysia Airlines | 9M-MPN
Boeing 747-406 | KLM | PH-BFK
Arrow Air Douglas DC-8-62F N802BN freighter landing at San Juan Puerto Rico International airport.
It then taxies unto the cargo ramp, JT3D-7 turbofan engines screaming to make the tight turn. (June 2000)