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02:49
London/Heathrow action from the late 60s. Watch for a Swissair CV-990, Aeroflot IL-62, Aer Lingus 720, and if you blink, you'll miss the Pan Am DC-8.
2719 days ago    34992 views     Ken Sayers
00:13
Air France Sud SE-210 Caravelle III F-BJTM (c/n 144) "Maine"
2981 days ago    22202 views     Ken Sayers
02:05
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.
3014 days ago    22130 views     Ken Sayers
02:37
ST-SAL ...Regular Flight from Khartoum To Elobied.. Badr Airlines. Landing to RW-01 ... Capt-Anatoly F/O -Mohannad Ballal Country: SUDAN
       3185 days ago    11902 views     Mohannad
02:49
The Sudanese registered plane, a Boeing 707-320, operated by Sudan Airways on lease from Azza Air veered sharply to the right after take-off and flipped before crashing. Six people have been killed after a cargo plane crashed on take-off from Sharjah Airport. The Sudanese registered plane, a Boeing 707-320, operated by Sudan Airways on lease from Azza Air veered sharply to the right after take-off and flipped before crashing.
2972 days ago    27625 views     Henry Tenby
02:56
ORDER THIS DVD HERE: http://www.henrytenby.com/DVDs/Concordeflighttest.html This 84 minute DVD features promotional films from the era which tell this amazing story, from initial concept, to design, engine test, passenger handling, first flights and flight test during the latter half of the 1960s. Although the film quality is not up to current day standards, the story of the Concorde is truly fascinating, as the aircraft was decades ahead of the competition and to this day, no commercial aircraft has beat the Concorde in terms of speed and productivity for the high yield and highly time sensitive business traveller.
1724 days ago    11355 views     Henry Tenby
00:57
Brazilian Airlines circa early 70s: Cruzeiro Caravelle, Varig 727, VASP 737, Trans Brazil BAC One Eleven.
2493 days ago    20478 views     Ken Sayers
02:01
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.
2493 days ago    25648 views     Ken Sayers
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