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.
In this DVD, Daniel Frohriep takes us for exciting flights aboard Balkan IL-18 LZ-BEH, which was still in its former LOT Polish colours. On November 2, 1998, we join the crew and passengers for an exciting departure from Sofia to Budapest. The following day we join the crew for an early morning departure on a cargo haul from Budapest down to Algiers, hauling a load of chirping day old chicks. The cabin door is opened during the taxi in and the superb howl of her four Ivchenko turboprop engines is music to the ears! Visit AirlineHobby.com DVDs to buy this DVD.
In this DVD, Daniel Frohriep takes us for exciting flights aboard Balkan An-24 LZ-ANL, which was formerly DM-SBA of East Germany’s Interflug. On October 31, 1998, we join the full compliment of passengers for the boarding and departure from Istanbul to Sofia. A few days later on November 5, 1998, we again join the passengers and cockpit crew for the return flight from Sofia back to Istanbul. This DVD is available for purchase from HenryTenby.com or the AirlineHobby.com DVD website.