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Take an exclusive look at the British Airways people and planes that have been at the forefront of aviation for the last 90 years. This film is about the Airco de Havilland DH.9*, de Havilland 86* DC-3, VC-10, Boeing 747 and of course the iconic Concorde. All of the planes shown have been instrumental in the pioneering activity of British Airways from its beginnings with Aircraft Transport and Travel in the 1920's through to the modern airline of today.
2491 days ago    20150 views     Ken Sayers
10:13
The last Vickers Vanguard (merchantman) in the world, G-APEP successfully runs up all four of her Tyne engines at Brooklands Museum on October 14, 2006. The aircraft is engine run and taxied regularly. This clip lasts 10 minutes. Some very nice piercing Tyne engine sounds. Music to the ears!
       4074 days ago    28144 views     Ken Sayers
07:50
Brooks Fuel Inc. DOUGLAS C54B-DC N44911 (c/n 10461) fires up her four Pratt & Whitney R-2000-4 radial engines in preperation of its mornings fuel delivery flight up North. (Fairbanks Airport July 2003). Accident Report: 8 May 2004 - Ganes Greek, AK In preparation for a flight to Fairbanks, the crew successfully started engines number 4,3, and 2 in succession. As the crew started engine number 1, an explosion occurred in the wing area between engines no. 1 and 2. Engine no. 1 and the remaining outboard section of the left wing separated from the rest of the wing. The crew applied engine power in the remaining engines and taxied away from the area of the explosion. The crew then stopped about mid-field and disembarked the airplane. Source: ASN - Aviation Safety Network - 2010
3183 days ago    12456 views    
02:26
Buffalo Airways, Ltd Curtiss C-46F-1-CU Commando C-GTPO (22556), freighter kicking up some dust after she fired up both her Pratt & Whitney R-2800 radial engines, at Yellowknife Airport NWT (June 1989)
3182 days ago    15565 views    
02:24
Buffalo Airways Douglas C-54G-15-DO Skymaster C-FIQH (cn 36088) Air Tanker 57 performing a full engines test at Yellowknife airport, date June 1998.
3183 days ago    27708 views    
00:40
Buffalo Airways Curtiss C-46 Commando C-GTXW taking off from Norman Wells, Northwest Territories March 27, 2007
3947 days ago    22064 views     Ken Sayers
03:14
Buffalo Airways Ltd. Consolidated PBY-5A Canso C-FNJE (CV437) airtanker-702, warming up both engines at Yellowknife airtanker base. The a/c came in for a crew rotation, fuel and took off again. (June 1998)
3183 days ago    25320 views    
00:35
Owned by NWT aviation entrepreneur Joe McBryan, Buffalo Airways operates an impressive fleet of cargo DC4s, DC3s, Curtis C46 Commandos, and firefighter PBY Cansos. The Douglas and Curtis propliners earn their keep hauling cargo from the Yellowknife base to remote communities and mining camps across Canada’s Arctic.In this propliner DVD celibration by AirlineHobby.com DVDs, we join airline videographer Henry Tenby aboard Buffalo’s DC3 and DC4 aircraft as they earn their keep doing what they know best: hauling cargo in some of the harshest conditions on the planet, under the command of some of the finest pilots to be found anywhere! We also take you along for several air-to-air photo sorties … but you’ll need a seatbelt as this kind of work is not for the faint of heart!
4287 days ago    21649 views     Henry Tenby
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