Canadian astronaut and Armed Forces flighter pilot Col. Chris Hadfield is interviewed by AirlineTV.net's Alan Robertson about the restored Hawk One Canadair Sabre at the Abbotsford Airshow 2009. The Hawke One Sabre will be flown and displayed at Airshows across Canada in 2009 to help educate and inspire young and old about the 100th anniversary of flight in Canada. For more information please visit www.HawkOne.ca
This interesting video clip was filmed by Malcolm Porter on decent into Cairo. Unfortunately the accompanying audio does not tell us the date but it must be sometime in the mid or late 1990s. For more information please visit www.cl44.org
I believe this footage was taken in the late 90s possibly at Smyrna, TN. Videographer not known. For more information and details on how to join the CL44 Association, please visit WWW.CL44.ORG or email firstname.lastname@example.org
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: On 25 August 1950, Convair issued a formal proposal for a swept-winged version of the B-36 with all-jet propulsion. The United States Air Force was sufficiently interested that on 15 March 1951, the USAF authorized Convair to convert two B-36Fs (49-2676 and 49-2684) as B-36Gs. Since the aircraft was so radically different from the existing B-36, the designation was soon changed to YB-60.
Cygnus Air DC-8-62 EC-EMD starting engines. Vuelo de despedida del avion DC8/62F EC-EMD. Tras muchos años operando para Iberia y C.Ygnus Air, con este video se despide de nosotros y pasa a otro operador, posiblemente lo puedan ver volando a partir de ahora por Africa.