Air-to-Air: Ultimate Airline Photography
By Henry Tenby, published by AirlineFan.com Press
Like no other book ever printed in the history of commercial aviation, this unique and beautifully presented all colour volume features some 200 eyeball-popping air-to-air images of classic propliners and classic jetliners taken aloft by the great air-to-air photo masters of the late 20th century, including Stephen Piercey, Paul Duffy, Bob Shane, Ron Kosys, Chris Mak, Henry Tenby, Chuck Stewart Jr. and many others.
This book is loaded with air-to-air beauties of Bristol Britannias, Boeing 707s and DC-8s, Convairs, Electras, DC-3s and many other fabulous classic airliners. Fascinating captions and an indepth introduction reveal the challenges of this unique and admired artform.
Owned by NWT aviation entrepreneur Joe McBryan, Buffalo Airways operates an impressive fleet of cargo DC4s, DC3s, Curtis C46 Commandos, and firefighter PBY Cansos. The Douglas and Curtis propliners earn their keep hauling cargo from the Yellowknife base to remote communities and mining camps across Canada’s Arctic.In this propliner DVD celibration by AirlineHobby.com DVDs, we join airline videographer Henry Tenby aboard Buffalo’s DC3 and DC4 aircraft as they earn their keep doing what they know best: hauling cargo in some of the harshest conditions on the planet, under the command of some of the finest pilots to be found anywhere! We also take you along for several air-to-air photo sorties … but you’ll need a seatbelt as this kind of work is not for the faint of heart!
Dutch Dakota Association - DDA: Douglas DC-4-1009 PH-DDS (cn42934 - ex ZS-NUR) in KLM Flying Dutchman colors during a busy weekend of pleasure flying at Schiphol International Airport - East platform (March 1999). This a/c is back in South Africa for a couple of years and now lives at Rand Airport Johannesburg operating for Skyclass Airways/Springbok Flying Safaris charters and sight seeing flights.