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This publicity video was released to the media by the Vancouver Airport Authority YVR to document the first North American visit by the Airbus 380 when the huge craft visited Vancouver arriving from Sydney on November 29, 2006. YVR was the only North American stop for the Airbus A380 as it visited 10 different airports worldwide on four trips. The visit was part of a certification process for the A380, demonstrating its capabilities on a continuous, typical airline schedule. The aircraft landed on the north runway as scheduled at 0730, much to the delight of hundreds of plane spotters lining Ferguson Road, north of the airport. The A380 spent the day on the West Apron, where it was serviced and fuelled. It departed on time at 1630 for its final leg of the journey to its home base in Toulouse, France.
         3875 days ago    29127 views     Ken Sayers
Channels: Airbus Industrie
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This video from the CL-44 foundation shows AEI CL-44 in-flight. Possibly filmed by Chris Mak in the 1980s but there is no credit given to the videographer, sadly.
3349 days ago    22039 views     Henry Tenby
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Aeroflot Tupelov TU-114 arriving at Idelwild airport... Aeroflot Tupelov TU-114 arriving at Idelwild airport in 1959! The aircraft was put into regularly scheduled passenger service in 1961. Fascinating story concerning Krushchev's return flight to Russia in the TU-114 when the Soviet premeir visited New York earlier in the year:
3333 days ago    16399 views    
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Fantastic footage of not one, but MULTIPLE TU-104s at Russia's annual air show at Tushino! The DeHavilland Comet ushered in jet travel in 1952, the TU-104 began the first SUSTAINED jetliner service in 1956.
3013 days ago    21348 views     Ken Sayers
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ORDER DVD HERE: http://www.henrytenby.com/DVDs/AirCanada1970s.html The 1970s was an era of transition for Air Canada. The airline retired the last of the very popular Vickers Viscounts, as well as the Vickers Vanguards, and introduced the new widebody Boeing 747 and Lockheed L-1011 Tristar aircraft. These start-of-the-art high capacity airliners truly made travel by air a mass-market phenomena for the travelling public. In this DVD we start out with a very historic film reel filmed by Air Canada's PR department on the occasion of the very last Vickers Viscount service between Sault Ste. Marie and Toronto on April 1, 1974. The film quality is not up to today's standards but to see this footage (filmed mostly on board) is as close to time machine as we're going to experience. We then present early 1970s promotional films made by the airline to introduce the new 747 and L-1011. The L-1011 film is hosted by TV personality of the day Don McGowan, and also features an interview with Air Canada's fleet planning expert Clayton Glen. Also included are a number of 1970s era Air Canada TV adverts that promote the brand new widebody aircraft, services and destinations of the day. Aircraft fans will enjoy the Douglas DC-9 stock footage reels, which includes some very neat air-to-air footage of the baby DC-9. The 1976 aircraft action footage filmed mostly at YVR is the icing on the cake, and features great scenes of Air Canada DC-9s, 747s, Tristars, and DC-8s in glorious action!
1489 days ago    12977 views     Henry Tenby
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Scopitone video from 1964, featuring the French girl group, "Les Parisiennes". This aircraft, "Miss Poitou", was delivered to Air France on 10/11/60, and served with the airline until 1979. Broken up in 1980, the nose section and cockpit of this aircraft remain extant in a private collection at La Ferte-Alais airport. Watch for the two L-1649A Starliners and a mid 1960's coach.
2991 days ago    22060 views     Ken Sayers
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Engine Start-up of number 3 at Beijing Capital International Airport onboard Tupolev Tu-154B-2 registered as P-561 operated by Air Koryo. The engines are Kuznetsov NK-8-2U showing off the distinctive sound of the airstarter. The aircraft got prepared for charter flight JS222 to Pyongyang Sunan International Airport. Videographer not known.
2604 days ago    20468 views     Ken Sayers
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Landing at Pyongyang Sunan International Airport (FNJ) onboard Tu-154B-2 registered as P-561 and operated by Air Koryo. The runway is far north of the airport complex, hence the slow reverse thrust engagement. The engines are Kuznetsov NK-8-2U with the distinctive secondary air inlet doors to provide additional air. Sorry for the reflections, there was no chance to avoid them. The landing was relatively soft although it looks like a hard impact, kudos to the Tupolev gear design built for rough field operations.
2604 days ago    24269 views     Ken Sayers
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