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Merpati Boeing B-737-200 flight from Denpasar to Mataram. Registration PK-MBY. Videographer not known unfortunately.
3513 days ago    24885 views     Henry Tenby
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Merpati Fokker F-28 at Denpasar. Registration PK-MGM. Videographer not known, unfortunately.
3513 days ago    14018 views     Henry Tenby
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Merpati MA-60 flight from Mataram to Denpasar. Registration PK-MZC.
3513 days ago    13395 views     Henry Tenby
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ORDER DVD HERE: http://www.henrytenby.com/DVDs/MIAdvd.html In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Miami International Airport boasted the worlds largest collection of classic propliners and vintage Boeing 707 and DC-8 jetliners. Back then, Miami was the undisputed mecca for airliner photographers. Miami aviation slide shooter legend Eddy Gual luckily documented all the action on video. This DVD is a highlight of those now distant memories of when the classic props and jets called Miami home. This DVD serves up nearly two solid hours of nothing but classic propliner action, and classic heart-pounding 707 and DC-8 action.
3382 days ago    35900 views     Henry Tenby
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ORDER DVD HERE: http://www.henrytenby.com/DVDs/MIAdvd.html In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Miami International Airport boasted the worlds largest collection of classic propliners and vintage Boeing 707 and DC-8 jetliners. Back then, Miami was the undisputed mecca for airliner photographers. Miami aviation slide shooter legend Eddy Gual luckily documented all the action on video. This DVD is a highlight of those now distant memories of when the classic props and jets called Miami home. This DVD serves up nearly two solid hours of nothing but classic propliner action, and classic heart-pounding 707 and DC-8 action.
3382 days ago    34131 views     Henry Tenby
02:56
The Soviet made Mil V-12 (Also referred to as the Mi-12, NATO reporting name "Homer") is the largest helicopter ever built. The name "Mi-12" would have been the name for the production helicopter. Since the V-12 never went into production and only two prototypes were built, the name "Mi-12" was never adopted. The V-12 features the only two-rotor transverse scheme ever built by Mil eliminating the need for a tail rotor. The twin engines were taken together with the rotors from the Mil Mi-6 and duplicated on the V-12. Being the first time used by Mil, the twin rotos transvers scheme was not new. It was first seen in the Focke-Wulf Fw 61 the first fully controlable helicopter from 1936. Later other helicopter used the scheme such as the Focke Achgelis Fa 223 Drache from 1940. The Soviet Kamov OKB built an experimental aircraft with the same scheme in 1958, Kamov Ka-22 Vintokryl . This aircraft had also the combined wing/rotor arrangement later used on the Mil V-12.
3513 days ago    22688 views     Henry Tenby
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Great footages only a MD11 can produce by mist and sunrise. First time I did videograph wingvortexes with cloud condensation during the landing
2347 days ago    15546 views     Valk Aviation
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Spitfire restored at Thruxton fetched £1.7 million at this weeks auction at an RAF museum in Hendon. The two-seater Vickers-Supermarine Spitfire Tr Mark IX was bought on Monday by adventurer Steve Brooks who was the first person to fly pole-to-pole by helicopter, landing in Antarctica in January 2005. He was also the first person to drive across the Bering Strait from America to Russia in 2002. The Spitfire was originally sold in 1948 to the South African Air Force and later discovered in a Cape Town scrap yard in the 1970s. It was rescued by the late building developer and aviation enthusiast Charles Church who initiated the long process of restoration. It passed through several owners before ending its journey at Classic Aero Engineering in Thruxton, which was commissioned to complete the restoration. Mr Brooks spent £1,739,500 on the iconic piece of British history, which is the first two-seater Mk IX Spitfire to be offered at public auction for over 20 years.
3475 days ago    26755 views     Ken Sayers
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