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AirlineTV.net cameraman Henry Tenby filmed the departure of the Airbus A380 from R08R at Vancouver International Airport at 1030 am on October 17, 2007. The conditions were terrible. Low cloud base and light rain. The Airbus arrived from Bogota the evening of October 16, 2007 at 2000, and departed back to home base in France. Please excuse my cursing at the end of the clip as a panel van obstructs the view of the Airbus rotating. A real pain the back side.
         3684 days ago    31095 views     Henry Tenby
Channels: Airbus Industrie
02:18
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.
3305 days ago    26490 views     Henry Tenby
02:27
The Honeywell Boeing 720 air-to-air DVD is now available from www.airlinehobby.com DVDs with several more DVDs to follow. This DVD was filmed by Henry Tenby and features amazing take-off, cockpit, and of course air-to-air footage of the Honeywell Boeing 720 over the Grand Canyon.
3642 days ago    28775 views     Henry Tenby
02:53
02JUL10 Kuban Airlines YK2 Yakovlev-42D RA-42406 KRR-AER @AER Seat 19E. Videographer not known.
2306 days ago    25240 views     Ken Sayers
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On November 21, 1992, airline videographer Henry Tenby flew aboard LAP Air Paraguay’s DC-8-63 from Santiago, Chile, over the snow-capped Andes, to Asuncion, Paraguay. This thirty-six minute DVD released by AirlineHobby.com DVDs takes the viewer along for the ride, enjoying take-off, in-flight, and landing from the very best seat in the house, just forward of the engines. In addition to onboard footage, this program also presents exterior footage of noisy engine starts, push back, taxi, and take-off.
3955 days ago    25621 views     Henry Tenby
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http://www.henrytenby.com/DVDs/Mars2010dvd.html On February 24, 2010, a major propliner event nearly went unnoticed. The City of Richmond arranged for a Martin Mars to fly to Steveston (in South Richmond, BC) and land on the Fraser River, moor overnight off the beach at Garry Point Park, and then depart the following day laying on a water drop aerial display for those present. This was all arranged in celebration of the City of Richmond's support of the 2010 Winter Games. Airline videographer Henry Tenby filmed the entire display of Hawaii Mars C-FLYL forever preserving this historic event. It’s all here including engine start, the lengthy engine warm ups as the aircraft water taxied up and down the Fraser River, the spectacular take-off, the water scoop, water drop and final flypast. Filmed with broadcast video equipment, the sights and sounds of this remarkable piston pounder can be savoured in all their glorious splendour. This DVD will be most appreciated by true propliner connoisseurs!
2639 days ago    23456 views     Henry Tenby
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Henry Tenby of AirlineTV.net filmed this footage at the Abbotsford Airshow 2010 media day on Thursday, August 12, 2010. This footage highlights the Lanc's flight that day with engine starts, run ups, take-off, airfield beat-ups, tax in and shut down. It was fabulous to hear four Rolls Royce Merline engines perform. Where else on the planet can you relive the authentic sounds of a DC-4M2 NorthStar, Argonaut, Avro Lancastrian and Avro York in this day and age! This Lanc and one other Lanc (in the UK) are the only two operational examples in the world. Without a doubt, the RCAF Avro Lancaster from the Canadian Warplane Heritage museum in Hamilton, Ontario stole the show at the 2010 Abbotsford Airshow. The Lanc was flown all the way across Canada to attend the show, and made a week's long maintenance stop in Calgary enroute to Abbotsford. What an amazing sight to see and hear a fully operational Lanc in all her splendour. This particular aircraft was built in 1945 and did not see service in WWII, but served in a Search and Rescue role with the RCAF until the early 60s. It was music to the hear to hear this old girl perform. Sadly all of our media requests for interviews and filming were refused by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum PR lady when we spoke to her several weeks before hand. Every single question was answered with the word "no" ... what a shame. They would not allow us to film them in Calgary, we could not install a micro video cam in the cockpit for inflight filming, we could not do air-to-air, we could not fly on the aircraft, nor could we get any exclusive interviews. That said, I am extremely grateful that we captured the Lanc on HD video for the viewing enjoyment of future generations, as nobody really knows how long this flying museum piece will remain operational. Shame the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum wasn't more helpful.
2649 days ago    24591 views     Henry Tenby
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This is a very nice colour early 1950s period piece about the developement of helicopters. Watch for the Hiller Hornet prototype, Kaman HOK-1, Piasecki H-21 "Flying Banana", Bell 47G, etc. Also check out the Continental DC-6 take-off, Capital DC-4s, plus GREAT COLOUR footage of the McDonnell F2H "Banshee" jet fighter.
3321 days ago    26169 views     Henry Tenby
Channels: Helicopters
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