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Aviation: The Invisible Highway Movie coming soon

We just found out about this new documentary and wanted to share the trailer.  It is about how the airplane has changed the world and how we move around in it.  Many take aviation for granted, how you thought about how amazing it is that we can be on the other side of the world in less than half a ...

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Cessna 172 makes emergency landing on Quebec highway

A few months ago a Cessna 172 experienced engine problems and was forced to make an emergency landing on a Quebec highway. The footage is from an onboard camera that films the entire landing. The pilots did a great job and no one was hurt in the incident.  The plane touched down on highway 10. The pilots immediately establish a glide an ...

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Antonov 225 at Toronto Pearson Airport: Photos

The largest aircraft in the world, the Ukrainian built Antonov 225, tail number ADB 3452, made it’s first ever appearance at Toronto Pearson International Airport on November 18, 2014.  It was delivering mining parts from Doncaster, Sheffield, England (DSA/EGCN)  via Keflavik, Iceland (KEF/BIKF) and Goose Bay (CYYR).  It departed YYZ on November 19, 2014. Images courtesy of Andy Cline. Seeing this ...

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Landing Gear Collapses on Air Canada Express Dash-8 Aircraft in Edmonton

On November 6, 2014 on a routine flight from Calgary, Alberta (YYC) to Grande Prairie, Alberta (CYQU), a Air Canada owned Dash-8 blew a tire on takeoff from YYC. Due to unfavourable landing conditions at YYC, presumably strong crosswinds, the pilots announced they would divert to Edmonton International and carry out an emergency landing. Upon touchdown the right landing gear collapsed sending ...

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One of the most dangerous takeoffs in the world

This BAe 146 Avro is not taking off from a ‘normal’ airport.  It’s not normal to have ground proximity sensors going off during this sequence of flight, but given the circumstances, there is good reason why they do.  Bhutan’s Paro airport has a field elevation of 7,200 feet and the peaks around there top out at 18,000 feet. It is ...

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Flying Is Freedom

Great video from American pilot from his experiences flying over a two year period. Footage is from Wyoming, Utah, Montana and Idaho.  Watch while he flies through some canyons, follows rivers, weaves through gorgeous mesas and other beautiful landscapes! Thanks “Ranch Pilot”!

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