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.
This TV advert is brand new (summer 2007)from Air North, Yukon's airline. It shows Air North's Boeing 737-200 in the new Air North colours arriving at Whitehorse Airport, up in Canada's Yukon Territories.
Videographer not known: This is a video of the deHavilland beaver plane crash at Lake Hood in Anchorage AK, on June 7, 2009. The wind kicked up and sent the Beaver taking off right at the videographer. The wing was less than 5 feet over his head, and the radial engine was less than 8 feet to the left of the videographer. The Slow motion at the end gives a little better look at how close it was. Everyone onboard was in pristine condition, 2 adults, 2 children and 2 dogs.
For those wondering what camcorder I use it is a Canon VIXIA HF20
RAF Air Head, an Air Ministry Film showing de Havilland Comet, Blackburn Beverleys, Bristol Commodores, Britannia Pioneer 'Twin Pins', and Westland Whirlwind Helicopters at El-Adem Libya in the 1950s .
RAF Air Head
RAF in Africa and the Middle East during the cold war