Filmed by Eugene Cupps this short video clip shows Honeywell's Boeing 720 testbed N720 being broken up for scrap on Honeywell's Phoenix apron on Saturday, June 21, 2008. The actual demolition process lasted about 4 and a half hours on Saturday, with the subsequent removal of the broken up remains and engines and the clean-up being completed on Sunday morning. The replacement experimental aircraft, the Boeing 757, was moved back into position on the ramp around 1 pm on Sunday afternoon. This time lapse video shows the entire job from start to end condensed down to just a few minutes.
Close up view of Evergreen Vintage Aircraft Inc B-17G-95-DL N207EV (44-83785...ex N809Z tanker #C71) fires up all four Wright R-1820 radial engines at the Fresno - Gathering of the Warbirds Show (22 September 1995)
Classic scenes from that classic film, here we have an ex-Delta CV-880 taxiing for the cameras for a movie. Listen to those GE CJ-805s! Judging by all the interior shots, this appears to have been filmed on board the genuine aircraft. Delta, along with TWA, retired their Convair Jets in 1974.