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      787-9 Dreamliner at Farnborough 
    Description: Boeing's expert crew rehearses the flight program for the 2014 Farnborough Airshow.

    Version: Filesize: 30.20 MB
    Added on: 06-Sep-2014 Downloads: 3158
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      BAC Jet Provost 
    Excerpt from the BBC documentary 'Cold War and Hot Jets' showing presenter James Holland taking a flight in the Jet Provost, a jet trainer used by the RAF from 1955 to 1993.
    Version: Filesize: 25.42 MB
    Added on: 21-Nov-2013 Downloads: 2516 Rating: 9.0 (1 Vote)
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    Great airshow footage of the Focke-Wulf FW-190, arguably one of the greatest WW2 fighter planes. Powered by a BMW 42 liter turbo-charged radial engine, it makes a noise that makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.
    Version: Filesize: 10.23 MB
    Added on: 19-Sep-2013 Downloads: 3163
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      Tupolev TU-144  Popular
    Description: The Tu-144 (Charger) was the world's first supersonic transport aircraft (SST) and remains one of only two SSTs to enter commercial service, the other being Concorde. Publicly unveiled in January 1962 constructed the Soviet Tupolev design bureau. The Tu-144 first broke the sound barrier 05/06/1969, and on 15/07/1969 became the first commercial transport to exceed Mach 2. The Tu-144 was outwardly similar to the Concorde, and allegations were frequently made that Soviet had stolen Concorde technology. The Tu-144 crashed in 1973 at the Paris Air Show, delaying its development. The Tu-144 was later used by the Soviet space program to train pilots, and by NASA for supersonic research. The aircraft proved to be highly unreliable and extremely noisy for passengers in flight. Passengers seated next to each other could have a conversation only with difficulty, and those seated two seats apart could not hear each other even when screaming and had to pass hand-written notes instead. Noise in the back of the aircraft was apparently unbearable. Music: Hyperstory - 'Ascension'.
    Version: Filesize: 38.35 MB
    Added on: 01-May-2012 Downloads: 6676 Rating: 9.0 (5 Votes)
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      BOAC VC-10 1964 Promo 
    Description: 1964 Promotional film showcasing the BOAC's then new VC10 aircraft. The film shows its maiden commercial flight from London to Johannesburg, and various African destinations. The VC10 was originally conceived in 1962 as an airliner, but was inducted into the RAF as an aerial refuelling and transport platform. It was powered by four Rolls-Royce Conway engines (the first turbofan engine) as used in the Victor B2 V-bomber. A total of 54 aircraft were sold, today approximately 16 examples remain in service with the RAF. In 2011 the VC-10 will be replaced by the Future Strategic Tanker Aircraft, possibly a converted Airbus A330 airliner.
    Version: Filesize: 67.44 MB
    Added on: 02-Jan-2012 Downloads: 3722
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      English Electric Canberra 
    The English Electric Canberra is a first-generation jet-powered light bomber manufactured in large numbers through the 1950s. The Canberra could fly at a higher altitude than any other bomber through the 1950s and set a world altitude record of 21,430 m in 1957. The Canberra was a popular export product and served with many nations. Canberras served in the Vietnam War, the Falklands War, the Indo-Pakistani Wars, and numerous African conflicts. A few remain in service, performing meteorological work for NASA.
    Version: Filesize: 13.44 MB
    Added on: 07-Sep-2011 Downloads: 3776 Rating: 7.0 (1 Vote)
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      Fairey D2 
    The Fairey Delta 2 or FD2 was a British supersonic research aircraft produced by the Fairey Aviation Company for investigation into flight and control at transonic and supersonic speeds. The aircraft was the first to exceed 1000mph, and held the Air Speed Record for over a year. The Delta 2 had a very long tapering nose which obscured forward vision. To compensate, the nose section and cockpit drooped 10, similar to Concorde. Two aircraft were built: Serial numbers WG774 and WG777.
    Version: Filesize: 9.67 MB
    Added on: 07-Sep-2011 Downloads: 4207 Rating: 6.0 (1 Vote)
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      North American X-15  Popular
    Video featuring the North American X-15 rocket-powered aircraft/spaceplane. The X-15 set speed and altitude records in the early 1960s, reaching the edge of outer space and returning with data used in aircraft and spacecraft design. As of 2011, it holds the official world record for the fastest speed ever reached by a manned rocket-powered aircraft. During the X-15 program, 13 of the flights (by 8 pilots) met the USAF spaceflight criteria by exceeding the altitude of 80 km thus qualifying the pilots for astronaut status.
    Version: Filesize: 36.21 MB
    Added on: 20-Aug-2011 Downloads: 5985 Rating: 9.0 (6 Votes)
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      Saab 340 AEW-C 
    The Saab 340 AEW&C is a Swedish airborne early warning and control aircraft. The 340 AEW&C is a variant of the Saab 340 aircraft, designated S 100B Argus by the Swedish Air Force. Six were produced for the Swedish Air Force, four of which are permanently equipped with early warning radar (Erieye radar) and two fitted for transport missions during peacetime.
    Version: Filesize: 5.34 MB
    Added on: 02-May-2011 Downloads: 4280 Rating: 5.0 (2 Votes)
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      McDonnell XP-67  Popular
    Silent black and white footage of the ill fated McDonnell XP-67 "Moonbat" filmed by the U.S. Army Air Forces Air Technical Service Command in 1944. The XP-67 was a prototype twin-engine, long range, single-seat interceptor aircraft developed at the end of WWII. Although the design was conceptually advanced, it was beset by numerous problems and never approached its anticipated level of performance. The project was cancelled after the sole completed prototype was destroyed by an engine fire.
    Version: Filesize: 20.43 MB
    Added on: 26-Feb-2011 Downloads: 7392 Rating: 7.0 (5 Votes)
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