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http://henrytenby.com/DVDs/HemusTu134dvd.html For lovers of Russian built aircraft, this 162 minute double DVD is pure heaven. Aviation videographer Daniel Frohriep takes us on three special flights aboard Hemus Air Tupolev Tu-134s, before the type was retired by the airline. This double DVD provides the viewer with a true passenger experience of what it was like to fly on the Tu-134. Right from boarding, engine start, taxi, take-off, to visiting the unique glass nose cockpit to inflight wing views, this DVD is a superb visual record of Tupolev Tu-134 passenger travel.
3701 days ago    27160 views     Henry Tenby
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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.
3481 days ago    26760 views     Ken Sayers
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1936, the Vickers Wellington prototype is demonstrated in this early newreel.
3712 days ago    26679 views     Henry Tenby
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Le symbole du renouveau de l'industrie aéronautique française: A la fin des années 40, le secteur aéronautique français est au plus bas. La guerre a détruit tout son appareil de recherche et de production, alors que la Grande-Bretagne et les Etats-Unis ont développé une activité industrielle sans précédent de 1940 à 1945. Ils dominent totalement le marché du transport de passagers grâce à des transformations d'anciens avions militaires et à des créations de nouveaux appareils. Mais en 1955, coup de tonnerre : un avion français révolutionnaire par l'utilisation de réacteurs sur des avions moyen courrier, surprend le monde entier. Avec la Caravelle, la France reprend sa place dans le secteur du transport de passagers. La première Caravelle mis en exploitation est baptisée par le Général de Gaulle le 24 mai 1959. En mai 1960, United Air Lines, la première compagnie mondiale, assure le vol Chicago/New-York en 1h30 avec, pour la première fois aux Etats-Unis, un moyen courrier à réaction : la Caravelle. La concurrence va vite réagir. Boeing avec le 727 et le Douglas avec le DC9 vont rapidement dépasser sur le marché international les ventes de la Caravelle, qui cependant restera en activité plus de 40 ans dans de nombreuses compagnies aériennes. Une longue vie pour ce symbole de l'année 60.
2864 days ago    26327 views     Ken Sayers
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Take off, passes and landing
3737 days ago    25481 views     theguillecompany
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AirlineTV.net report by Henry Tenby: On Thursday, July 16, 2009, YVR’s much anticipated new public observation area was officially opened before a crowd of invited VIPs, the media, and other invited guests. The new observation area is massive, and will surely attract aviation fans from all over the world as the view and facilities are nothing short of impressive. Facing west, the massive enclosed room is accessed via escalators from the pre-security food court in the public area of the Domestic Terminal, and is open 24H with no admission fee. Kudos to YVR for bucking the trend and being the only airport in North America to open a brand new airfield viewing facility of this magnitude in the past several decades. And for that, the local community and the international aviation enthusiast community is greatly impressed. Congratulations to forward thinking YVR in making this dream a reality, and their extremely generous gift to the community at large. Hopefully other airports will follow suite.
3441 days ago    24574 views     Henry Tenby
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It is unlikely that ths Video will mean much to you if you do not know the incredible story about this most famous of Vickers Aircraft, and famous aviation photographer and historian, the late Stephen Piercey, who published Propliner Magazine. This Viscount at Brooklands was named in memory of Stephen shortly after his death in an air accident, in 1984. Soon after this, the Viscount was retired and a team of enthusiasts lead by Ray Piercey (Stephen's father), raised funds to rescue and restore the Viscount and preserve her at the Brooklands Museum. This has now been done and on the fiftieth birthday of its first commercial flight, a group of friends visited Ray and his wife to celebrate. Its first flight had been London to Barcelona and the Capt. on that first flight had been Ray Piercey. Ray is also the father of the person it was named after, his Son Stephen. The full story Is at http://www.vsp.org.uk Note if you have a fast connection click on "watch in high quality"
3711 days ago    24477 views     Henry Tenby
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MK Aviation, DC-8-63, 9GMKG, Ostend taxi sequence
3667 days ago    24427 views     Henry Tenby
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