• Private Jet Full Flight! | Luxembourg to Dusseldorf | Cessna Citation CJ4 (with ATC)

    A full length full flight video in real time, from Luxembourg to Dusseldorf, onboard Hahn Air Cessna Citation CJ4 D-CHRB operating flight HR311 on July 29 2016. **Every moment of the flight included from airport to airport. ATC for full flight.** Our journey begins outside the terminal at Luxembourg International Airport (LUX), before we enter the terminal to check in at the Luxair desks. From there it's an easy transition through security to the departure lounge, which is pretty quiet. We make our way to the gate for today's flight, where the passenger service agent soon arrives and informs me that I'm the only passenger on today's flight! The very quick boarding is completed and I make my way down to the bus, on which I'm the only passenger, to be driven out to today's ride, Cessn...

    published: 02 Sep 2016
  • Gulfstream’s Business Jet In-Flight Productivity Tools

    Be among the first to experience the aviation renaissance ushered in by Gulfstream Aerospace. The bold new Gulfstream G500 and G600 introduced the world to new flight deck technology, new levels of cabin comfort and new in-flight productivity tools that illustrate why Gulfstream is renowned as the world’s most advanced business aircraft. Leverage the convenience of a connected Gulfstream cabin. Be connected wherever you fly. Smart technology built into the onboard router helps you make the most of your time onboard. Surf the web, catch up on emails or watch a video. Stay connected in the air, much like you would in your home or office. Gulfstream offers connectivity solutions customized to your needs. It all comes down to saving time, which means saving money. Less Time On The Ground ...

    published: 30 Jun 2016
  • Seaplane flight direct to Private Villa @Anantara Kihavah Maldives

    Seaplane flight direct to Private Villa @Anantara Kihavah Maldives

    published: 20 Jun 2017
  • Why Flying is So Expensive

    Support Wendover Productions on Patreon: https://www.Patreon.com/Wendover Productions Flying is expensive, really expensive, but only kinda, and it's only partially the airlines' fault. Big thank you to Real Engineering for the collab in this video. Make sure to check him out at https://m.youtube.com/realengineering Please consider sharing this video on Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, or other websites. Twitter: www.twitter.com/wendoverpro Email: WendoverProductions@gmail.com Sources: https://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/security-fees http://www.delta.com/content/www/en_US/traveling-with-us/planning-a-trip/booking-information/fare-classes-and-tickets/taxes-and-fees.html http://www.comluxaviation.com/resource/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/A320%20BJT%200612.pdf http://www.airbus.com/aircraftfamili...

    published: 10 May 2016
  • MY $31,000 FLIGHT ON DAN BLIZERIAN'S PRIVATE JET

    Video 49 In The 100 Dayish Challenge Click To Subscribe for new daily business videos DAILY at 8am ---=== https://goo.gl/tnfc02 ===

    published: 02 Jun 2017
  • Rockwell Collins' ARINC Direct Business Aviation Services | Flight Planning, SATCOM & Weather

    Rockwell Collins' ARINC Direct business aviation solutions are designed to support and enhance the experience of owning a private jet. Find out more at http://www.flight-planning.aero. Our passenger communications, flight support services and flight deck communications are the perfect complement to a flight department of any size -- Rockwell Collins will consistently amaze you whether you are on the ground or at 45,000 feet. We provide business jet owners with a level of service unheard of in the industry. Our goal has always been to provide business jet owners and operators with a level of innovation, technology, service and success unheard of in the aviation industry. Thousands of aircraft rely on Rockwell Collins to deliver a first class suite of services in every aspect of business a...

    published: 16 Jun 2014
  • Why New Jets Could Destroy Airlines

    The global aviation map is about to shift in a way we've not seen in three decades. New fuel-efficient planes mean that we could see a lot more long-haul direct flights. Bloomberg Gadfly's David Fickling explains why that could be bad for the airlines.

    published: 23 Mar 2017
  • FLAT EARTH ADDICT 25 : Sydney To Santiago Non-Stop Flight Cockpit Video

    Man videos from cockpit, interview pilots He records the altitude and images from window Video from odiupicku / youtube

    published: 13 Dec 2015
  • Stage Check Flight in the R22 Helicopter with 40hr Student

    Summer 2013 - After many months of being out of the Robinson R22 helicopter I dusted off my R22 skills with a recurrency flight where I went out and practiced some emergency procedures and etc. The reason for doing this, to give some instruction. This particular flight was in Western North Caronlina (RHP) near Murphy / Hayesville NC. Weather was decent except that we had a direct cross-wind which kept shifting to favoring different runways throughout the flight. The student I had the opportunity to fly with (every instruction flight is a privilege now that I never get to do it!) had approximately 40hrs of flight time, all of which were in the Robinson R22 helicopter. I really wish I had documented me going through flight training, specifically my private license. I know for a fact if...

    published: 03 Sep 2013
  • American Airlines Full Flight: New York to Los Angeles (Airbus A321T) *With ATC*

    Full length, uncut, real time full flight video from New York JFK to Los Angeles on an American Airlines Airbus A321 Transcontinental, operating flight AA171 on September 13 2015, with a go-around in Los Angeles. **NEW** View the flight map/altitude in real time! Starts at 0:35:11: http://inflightvideo.tv/a/171 **Every minute of the flight included from boarding to deboarding, as well as ATC for the entire flight** **See below for timings of key moments!** ***PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, COMMENT, AND FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, GOOGLE+ AND INSTAGRAM!!*** The video begins with walking through JFK in the early morning, before we board our aircraft (N103NN) and take our seat in the Main Cabin Extra cabin, seat 13F. We push back and taxi to the runway making a beautiful departure out over...

    published: 16 Oct 2015
  • World की Most Expensive Flight Mumbai से New York, Etihad Airways लेगी 25.22 lakh

    Etihad Airways’ route between the financial hubs of New York and Mumbai has become the most expensive flight in the world, with a seat in a private luxury suite costing a small fortune.A one-way ticket for The Residence, a three-room ‘penthouse in the sky’ that has its own butler and chef, sells for approximately $38,000 (£26,000) – the equivalent of a year’s salary for many workers.That means a return flight in the exclusive cabin (with stopovers in Abu Dhabi) would cost a staggering $76,000 (£52,000) at single or double occupancy.

    published: 04 May 2016
  • TURBULENCE on Flight BA 244 - Buenos Aires(Ezeiza) to London(Heathrow) 17.06.2012

    Part of the video I recorded below was shown on Channel 4- UK series "Terror in the Skies". Aired on 30 June 2013. link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLpNmwyVsC0 =============== Less than an hour into the flight and as we were about to be served our first meal. We were flying over the border region of Argentina/Uruguay/Brazil. The heavy turbulance lasted for an excrutiating 10 minutes. The pilot told us it was the worst case he experienced in his 30 years career...but he only admitted to that after we safely landed in London 11 hours later.

    published: 18 Jun 2012
  • Kan Air Charter Flight

    We offer the utmost privacy before, during and after your executive jet chartered flight experience. We masterfully manage every aspect of your trip and tailor it to suit your personal requirements. No details is too small for our VIP customers and we always go extra mile to reach the highest of your travel satisfaction. With our base in Don Muang Internaitonal Airport, Bangkok, Kan Air also provides more direct route to destined locations than a commercial flight. As well as flying in comfort, chartering a luxury private jet allows you to fly to your schedule, fly to smaller airfields closer to your final destination, and avoid the queues and chaos of major airport terminals. Together with our spacious Hawker Beechcraft Premier 1 private jet, we also facilitate you with our professional p...

    published: 16 Oct 2013
  • Life as an Airline Pilot

    If you want to help this channel and access full resolution pictures, raw videos and more, visit my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/golfcharlie232 Most sequences filmed from the jumpseat. Front seat filming with a camera either mounted on a suction cup or attached to the headset. Some footage filmed from a passenger seat. Part 1. Intro 0:00 to 1:38 , soundtrack: Audiomachine - Redemption Part 2. City tour (Alicante) 1:39 to 2:30 , soundtrack: Thomas Bergersen - Immortal Part 3. Flying Scenes 2:31 to 5:40 , same soundtrack (Thomas Bergersen - Immortal) Part 4. Days Off, flying gliders 5:41 to 7:09 , soundtrack: Dub Zero - To The Skys Part 5. Flying Scenes 7:10 to 9:37 , soundtrack: Data Romance - Night Section Rendered with Sony Vegas HD 11.0

    published: 02 Jan 2013
  • Pilot Declares Emergency Because Of Extreme Hypoxia

    I got this clip from the NATCA Archie Awards, where NATCA gives out awards for the best ATC. http://www.natca.org/mediacenter/Archie2009-Audio-Transcripts.msp Full Description: Over the radio, Jay McCombs tried hard to understand the slow, slurring words muffled among the blaring sirens sounding in the background. The radio was poor, and the pilot difficult to understand, leaving only unintelligible transmission and uncontrollable noise to be heard. Controllers at Cleveland Center were now faced with the complex and difficult task of deciphering the message if they had any chance of finding a solution. The critical diagnosis that was to come would make all the difference in securing the safety of the Kalitta Learjet, KFS66. The events unfolded on July 26, 2008 when McCombs acce...

    published: 05 Jun 2009
  • We Landed at the WRONG AIRPORT! - Flight VLOG #2 - IFR BOS to PHL

    Dodging thunderstorms and landing at night, we quickly realize we didn't end up where we were supposed to... Join me in the cockpit on an Angel Flight mission between two of the world's busiest airports -- Boston Logan and Philadelphia International. Giving away $250+ worth of awesome gear courtesy of Flight Outfitters! http://bit.ly/2kN5m1J Please share this video so that more people can enjoy it! Subscribe for more epic flying videos, new every second Friday! https://goo.gl/12Bdmx Part one: https://youtu.be/ebyJ4vvWSwA Taxi out at Boston Logan (BOS): 1:37 Takeoff Boston Logan (BOS): 4:35 ILS Approach Philadelphia International (PHL): 15:11 Landing Philadelphia International (PHL): 17:00 Flying home: 18:50 (The itinerary incorrectly stated that they were headed to KPHL, and between ...

    published: 10 Feb 2017
Private Jet Full Flight! | Luxembourg to Dusseldorf | Cessna Citation CJ4 (with ATC)

Private Jet Full Flight! | Luxembourg to Dusseldorf | Cessna Citation CJ4 (with ATC)

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  • Updated: 02 Sep 2016
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A full length full flight video in real time, from Luxembourg to Dusseldorf, onboard Hahn Air Cessna Citation CJ4 D-CHRB operating flight HR311 on July 29 2016. **Every moment of the flight included from airport to airport. ATC for full flight.** Our journey begins outside the terminal at Luxembourg International Airport (LUX), before we enter the terminal to check in at the Luxair desks. From there it's an easy transition through security to the departure lounge, which is pretty quiet. We make our way to the gate for today's flight, where the passenger service agent soon arrives and informs me that I'm the only passenger on today's flight! The very quick boarding is completed and I make my way down to the bus, on which I'm the only passenger, to be driven out to today's ride, Cessna Citation CJ4 D-CHRB. The captain is waiting to welcome me onboard, and I climb aboard the luxurious private jet to take my pick of the aircraft's 6 seats! The captain shuts the door behind me and welcomes me aboard, giving me information about the aircraft's route, and a brief safety briefing showing the position of the exits, and how to operate the seat and seatbelt. He then takes his place in the flight deck and fires up the engines to take us on our short flight to Dusseldorf. We taxi out to runway 24, holding short for a couple of arrivals, before we line up on the runway. After our take off clearance, the pilots push the throttles open, and we power down the runway like a rocket, getting airborne after only a few seconds. Within a couple of minutes we're at 10,000ft and the seatbelt sign is switched off as we climb away to our cruising altitude of 23,000ft. The captain pops his head back into the cabin and asks if I'd like to go and watch them on the flight deck for a bit, of course I said yes! We then get a good chance to have a look around the cabin, trying out various features such as the tables, seat positions, and the very cool electric window blinds! We soon begin our descent into Dusseldorf, contacting Dusseldorf Approach to get our vectors for an ILS approach onto runway 23R. We get a fantastic view of the approach through the flight deck, and touch down smoothly on runway 23R before getting instructions to taxi to the GAT (General Aviation Terminal) at Dusseldorf. We taxi to the GAT, eventually pulling up alongside a number of other private jets. The captain opens the door to let me off, introducing me to the bus, which again I have all to myself! The bus takes me in to the terminal, where I walk through to the street outside the terminal. Airline: Hahn Air Flight: HR331 Aircraft: Cessna Citation CJ4 D-CHRB From: Luxembourg (LUX) To: Dusseldorf (DUS) Departure: 15:52 Arrival: 16:19 Flight Time: 00:27 Seat: All of them! Flight Path: http://goo.gl/kirzff ✈ ✈ Equipment used: Camera: GoPro Hero4 Silver http://goo.gl/Wz7Uxt Mount: Generic suction mount http://goo.gl/E2vRBs Swivel Mount: http://goo.gl/vWQVne Boya Frame Case for GoPro: http://goo.gl/tqM3H1 Battery: Anker E7 25600mAh http://goo.gl/ZXfxOy MicroSD cards: Sandisk 128GB http://goo.gl/KDjm4Y ✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈ Would you like to view my full flight videos ahead of everyone else, and support inflight Video at the same time? Please consider supporting me on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/inflightvideo. Patrons get early access to all of my full length, full flight videos, as well as other perks including access to giveaways, freebies, and regular live chats to talk about what's coming soon for inflight Video! You'll also be supporting me by allowing me to reserve seats with a good view, and access a wider range of interesting flights to film. Thank you! ✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈✈
https://wn.com/Private_Jet_Full_Flight_|_Luxembourg_To_Dusseldorf_|_Cessna_Citation_Cj4_(With_Atc)
Gulfstream’s Business Jet In-Flight Productivity Tools

Gulfstream’s Business Jet In-Flight Productivity Tools

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  • Updated: 30 Jun 2016
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Be among the first to experience the aviation renaissance ushered in by Gulfstream Aerospace. The bold new Gulfstream G500 and G600 introduced the world to new flight deck technology, new levels of cabin comfort and new in-flight productivity tools that illustrate why Gulfstream is renowned as the world’s most advanced business aircraft. Leverage the convenience of a connected Gulfstream cabin. Be connected wherever you fly. Smart technology built into the onboard router helps you make the most of your time onboard. Surf the web, catch up on emails or watch a video. Stay connected in the air, much like you would in your home or office. Gulfstream offers connectivity solutions customized to your needs. It all comes down to saving time, which means saving money. Less Time On The Ground It starts on the way to the airport. Small jets don't need the huge runways and staffs offered by major airports, so they can fly out of smaller spots. There are many more minor airports than major ones, so you often don't have to travel as far to get to one. And they're less congested, making the experience more pleasant. You don't have to deal with the TSA or long check-in lines, so you can you arrive at airport minutes, not hours, in advance. That's time, money, and aggravation saved. And when you get off, your bags are thrown right into your car, so there's no time spent at the baggage carousel. Plus, you fly when you want. Flying commercial, Cass said, "we adjust our schedule to meet the needs of the airline." In the sphere of private aviation, it's the other way around. A Faster Trip Private flights aren't tied to the same hub and spoke networks used by airlines, so if your plane has enough fuel capacity to reach your destination, you'll go direct which saves time! Private jets are usually designed to climb faster than airliners, so they're above weather sooner and they usually fly faster, too. Commercial jets cruise around 35,000 feet; smaller jets typically fly higher. That puts them above the traffic, so their routes are more direct — they don't compete with bigger planes for space. The extra flexibility lets the jets capture better winds and avoid adverse weather, too. Privacy In the Air To Get Work Done On top of moving faster and wasting less time, it's easier to get work done in the air when you're alone. Even in first or business class it can be difficult to have confidential conversations, because you don't know who may be around. A recent survey by the National Business Aviation Association. Respondents rated themselves as 20% more productive while on company aircraft than in the office. Their counterparts flying commercial reported a 40% drop in productivity. Organizations spend tens of millions to buy their own jets instead of putting employees on commercial fights knowing that it's not about creature comforts. It's about saving time and money. For more information on aircraft charter, leasing, or sales contact the aviation professionals at Le Bas International available 24/7 at: Tel. +1.805.593.0510 Email: ops@LeBas.com http://www.LeBas.com
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Seaplane flight direct to Private Villa @Anantara Kihavah Maldives

Seaplane flight direct to Private Villa @Anantara Kihavah Maldives

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2017
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Seaplane flight direct to Private Villa @Anantara Kihavah Maldives
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Why Flying is So Expensive

Why Flying is So Expensive

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  • Updated: 10 May 2016
  • views: 1462183
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Support Wendover Productions on Patreon: https://www.Patreon.com/Wendover Productions Flying is expensive, really expensive, but only kinda, and it's only partially the airlines' fault. Big thank you to Real Engineering for the collab in this video. Make sure to check him out at https://m.youtube.com/realengineering Please consider sharing this video on Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, or other websites. Twitter: www.twitter.com/wendoverpro Email: WendoverProductions@gmail.com Sources: https://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/security-fees http://www.delta.com/content/www/en_US/traveling-with-us/planning-a-trip/booking-information/fare-classes-and-tickets/taxes-and-fees.html http://www.comluxaviation.com/resource/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/A320%20BJT%200612.pdf http://www.airbus.com/aircraftfamilies/passengeraircraft/a320family/a320/specifications/ https://www.panynj.gov/airports/pdf/scheduleofcharges-jfk.pdf https://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/pilot-salary-SRCH_KO0,5.htm https://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/flight-attendent-salary-SRCH_KO0,16.htm Attributions: a320 interior image courtesy of Airbus and used under fair use a320 footage courtesy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxufeU8YKgWijUGxPzwIZAg Select footage courtesy of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOLLG-WbCoV4JOz_qmh05uQ Ticket Price Graph source Carpe Diem Blog Select satellite imagery courtesy of Bing Select footage provided by VideoBlocks LLC Music provided Epidemic Sound Select maps provided by OpenStreetMap Select maps provided by Google Maps Select visuals provided by Wikipedia Commons Licenses available upon request Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0 or fair use guidelines
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MY $31,000 FLIGHT ON DAN BLIZERIAN'S PRIVATE JET

MY $31,000 FLIGHT ON DAN BLIZERIAN'S PRIVATE JET

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  • Updated: 02 Jun 2017
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Video 49 In The 100 Dayish Challenge Click To Subscribe for new daily business videos DAILY at 8am ---=== https://goo.gl/tnfc02 ===
https://wn.com/My_31,000_Flight_On_Dan_Blizerian'S_Private_Jet
Rockwell Collins' ARINC Direct Business Aviation Services | Flight Planning, SATCOM & Weather

Rockwell Collins' ARINC Direct Business Aviation Services | Flight Planning, SATCOM & Weather

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  • Updated: 16 Jun 2014
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Rockwell Collins' ARINC Direct business aviation solutions are designed to support and enhance the experience of owning a private jet. Find out more at http://www.flight-planning.aero. Our passenger communications, flight support services and flight deck communications are the perfect complement to a flight department of any size -- Rockwell Collins will consistently amaze you whether you are on the ground or at 45,000 feet. We provide business jet owners with a level of service unheard of in the industry. Our goal has always been to provide business jet owners and operators with a level of innovation, technology, service and success unheard of in the aviation industry. Thousands of aircraft rely on Rockwell Collins to deliver a first class suite of services in every aspect of business aviation. Whether it's a diverse array of business flight support services such as advanced flight planning, risk analysis, fuel and international trip support, or one of our other services such as data link or satellite communications, you can rest assured that you are being cared for by the best company in the industry. Inflight communication has been transformed by Inmarsat, Iridium & Yonder satellite networks. With our high speed internet and IFE anything that is possible over an internet connection at home or in the office can now be done in-flight -- from video conferencing to sending emails or keeping up to date with the news. With Rockwell Collins' ARINC Direct on board you really do have your own office in the sky. Internet connectivity can be enhanced by advanced data compression and acceleration. Our ADConnect smartphone application allows you to use your own phone to make calls from the aircraft. Worldwide SATCOM coverage creates exciting possibilities for flight support services which include the iPad App for Flight Plan Management which allows our customers to use an internet connected device to connect to our site to run flight plans, view weather and get up-to-date flight information. ARINC Direct Dial is the Rockwell Collins voice service which is easy to use with simple direct dialling to the aircraft. Advanced Weather Mapping from Rockwell Collins gives you the most detailed weather data anywhere, anytime, customised to your operational preferences. Our flight following technology -- which allows you to track aircraft worldwide in real time -- gives ETA, altitude and ground speed. Graphical Flight Plan Manipulation simplifies route selection and enables pilots to modify way points easily. Our Flight Risk Management System consolidates and analyses potential risk areas encountered by pilots around the world along with inflight monitoring systems for: • Air traffic MessagesOceanic ClearanceCPDLC Instructions for Flightcrew Rockwell Collins' ARINC Direct Fuel Desk for worldwide fuel services is available to all customers providing contract fuel services at thousands of locations worldwide. Our flight deck communications include: • VHF & HF Air/Ground Voice Services • Flexible Datalink Services • Upload Flight PlansAutomatic Flight Clearances When selecting a service provider it makes sense to turn to the company that has pioneered dynamic, innovative technology throughout the industry. Rockwell Collins provides international trip planning services -- a one stop shop for all services from visas to hotels and catering.
https://wn.com/Rockwell_Collins'_Arinc_Direct_Business_Aviation_Services_|_Flight_Planning,_Satcom_Weather
Why New Jets Could Destroy Airlines

Why New Jets Could Destroy Airlines

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  • Updated: 23 Mar 2017
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The global aviation map is about to shift in a way we've not seen in three decades. New fuel-efficient planes mean that we could see a lot more long-haul direct flights. Bloomberg Gadfly's David Fickling explains why that could be bad for the airlines.
https://wn.com/Why_New_Jets_Could_Destroy_Airlines
FLAT EARTH ADDICT 25 : Sydney To Santiago Non-Stop Flight Cockpit Video

FLAT EARTH ADDICT 25 : Sydney To Santiago Non-Stop Flight Cockpit Video

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  • Updated: 13 Dec 2015
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Man videos from cockpit, interview pilots He records the altitude and images from window Video from odiupicku / youtube
https://wn.com/Flat_Earth_Addict_25_Sydney_To_Santiago_Non_Stop_Flight_Cockpit_Video
Stage Check Flight in the R22 Helicopter with 40hr Student

Stage Check Flight in the R22 Helicopter with 40hr Student

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Summer 2013 - After many months of being out of the Robinson R22 helicopter I dusted off my R22 skills with a recurrency flight where I went out and practiced some emergency procedures and etc. The reason for doing this, to give some instruction. This particular flight was in Western North Caronlina (RHP) near Murphy / Hayesville NC. Weather was decent except that we had a direct cross-wind which kept shifting to favoring different runways throughout the flight. The student I had the opportunity to fly with (every instruction flight is a privilege now that I never get to do it!) had approximately 40hrs of flight time, all of which were in the Robinson R22 helicopter. I really wish I had documented me going through flight training, specifically my private license. I know for a fact if I went up for a flight with a new / different instructor, different aircraft, different flying area, and not having flown for 2 months I would have been more rusty then I wish to admit. For any student in training. Anytime you break mold of what you are used to your performance is almost always going to not be as well. Hope this video is helpful for those learning to fly. Every student, and Every instructor learns / teaches different. Different flying techniques or preferences are ok, as long as safety is not compromised.
https://wn.com/Stage_Check_Flight_In_The_R22_Helicopter_With_40Hr_Student
American Airlines Full Flight: New York to Los Angeles (Airbus A321T) *With ATC*

American Airlines Full Flight: New York to Los Angeles (Airbus A321T) *With ATC*

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  • Updated: 16 Oct 2015
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Full length, uncut, real time full flight video from New York JFK to Los Angeles on an American Airlines Airbus A321 Transcontinental, operating flight AA171 on September 13 2015, with a go-around in Los Angeles. **NEW** View the flight map/altitude in real time! Starts at 0:35:11: http://inflightvideo.tv/a/171 **Every minute of the flight included from boarding to deboarding, as well as ATC for the entire flight** **See below for timings of key moments!** ***PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, COMMENT, AND FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, GOOGLE+ AND INSTAGRAM!!*** The video begins with walking through JFK in the early morning, before we board our aircraft (N103NN) and take our seat in the Main Cabin Extra cabin, seat 13F. We push back and taxi to the runway making a beautiful departure out over New York. We head towards Toronto in Canada, before the clouds clear and we are treated to a beautiful view of the United States for the remainder of the flight. We fly across Lake Erie and Michigan, crossing Lake Michigan towards Wisconsin. We then fly over Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado with a beautiful view of the entire midwest, crossing overhead Denver. We then head down across Utah and Nevada getting a fantastic view of the Rockies and then the Grand Canyon, and Las Vegas. We then cross the San Bernadino Mountains into the Los Angeles area, making a beautiful approach over the city on a beautiful clear morning. Our viewing pleasure is extended as we make a go-around, before flying over the bay and getting a fantastic flight around Los Angeles for our second approach. Once we land we are subject to ground delays for a short time; we finally make it onto stand around 20 minutes late. Highlights of flight: (California section thanks to Tim Alcoser): 00:09:00 Walking to the gate in JFK 00:01:30 Boarding the aircraft 00:20:18 Pushback, commence taxi to runway 31L 00:32:00 Line up and takeoff from runway 31L 00:36:30 Atlantic Beach, NY 00:44:37 White Plains, NY 01:39:16 Lake Huron, Canada 01:48:27 Flint, MI 02:02:41 Muskegon, MI 02:08:15 Lake Michigan 02:12:01 Milwaukee, WI 02:21:00 Madison, WI 02:30:13 Dubuque, IA 02:47:40 Des Moines, IA 03:02:30 Omaha, NE 03:38:00 Passenger in the row ahead advises crew they are feeling unwell 03:39:40 Cabin crew call for doctor 03:41:00 Cabin crew put out second call for doctor, nurse or EMT 03:43:35 Cabin crew ask everyone in the main cabin to remain seated while they attend to the sick passenger 04:00:15 Denver, CO 04:07:00 Beginning of Rocky Mountains 04:09:45 Mt Lincoln, CO 04:16:00 Aspen, CO 04:32:29 Moab, UT 05:10:59 United 777 routing San Francisco-Houston, passing 1,000ft below over Lake Mead 05:16:12 Las Vegas, NV 05:35:35 Victorville, CA 05:37:34 - Lake Arrowhead 05:39:45 - KSBO, Santa Ana River and City of San Bernardino 05:40:41 Final approach into LAX runway 24L 05:41:00 - Cajon Pass 05:42:08 - Auto Club Speedway and West Valley Detention Center 05:43:00 Commencing approach into Los Angeles 05:44:00 - Upland, Claremont Colleges and Mt. Baldy in distance 05:45:05 - Puddingstone Reservoir and Raging Waters Water Park 05:52:12 - 110 Freeway, Downtown LA (right), University of Southern California (left) 05:53:58 - 405 Freeway 05:53:59 Go-around due to another aircraft on the runway 05:54:32 - In N Out. Popular spot to eat and watch airplanes land at end of runway 24R 05:55:31 - Venice Beach 05:56:17 - Santa Monica Beach and Pier 06:00:10 - Los Angeles International Airport 06:01:59 - LA Memorial Coliseum (USC Football), California Science Center (Space Shuttle Columbia) and LA Natural History 06:03:36 - 60/10/5 Freeway interchange. 06:04:14 - LA River 06:05:10 Final approach to runway 25R 06:13:00 Holding position due to congestion on the ground 06:18:25 Pilot's announcement explaining the delay 06:21:32 Continue taxi to the gate 06:27:03 Pulling onto stand 06:31:55 Deboarding into the terminal, walking to kerbside Airline: American Airlines Flight: AA171 Aircraft: Airbus A321 Transcontinental N103NN From: New York (JFK) To: Los Angeles (LAX) Departure: 06:38 Arrival: 09:14 Flight Time: 05:36 Seat: 13F Flight Path: http://goo.gl/yUdxj4 Filmed from seat 13F. ***PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, COMMENT, AND FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, GOOGLE+ AND INSTAGRAM!!*** ******************************************************************** All of my videos are always free, in full length! However, your donations help me to pay for the flights you want to see, pay for seat reservations and more. If you would like to donate I would REALLY appreciate it, by clicking on the PayPal button on my channel page. Thanks so much! ********************************************************************
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World की Most Expensive Flight Mumbai से New York, Etihad Airways लेगी 25.22 lakh

World की Most Expensive Flight Mumbai से New York, Etihad Airways लेगी 25.22 lakh

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Etihad Airways’ route between the financial hubs of New York and Mumbai has become the most expensive flight in the world, with a seat in a private luxury suite costing a small fortune.A one-way ticket for The Residence, a three-room ‘penthouse in the sky’ that has its own butler and chef, sells for approximately $38,000 (£26,000) – the equivalent of a year’s salary for many workers.That means a return flight in the exclusive cabin (with stopovers in Abu Dhabi) would cost a staggering $76,000 (£52,000) at single or double occupancy.
https://wn.com/World_की_Most_Expensive_Flight_Mumbai_से_New_York,_Etihad_Airways_लेगी_25.22_Lakh
TURBULENCE on Flight BA 244 - Buenos Aires(Ezeiza) to London(Heathrow) 17.06.2012

TURBULENCE on Flight BA 244 - Buenos Aires(Ezeiza) to London(Heathrow) 17.06.2012

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Part of the video I recorded below was shown on Channel 4- UK series "Terror in the Skies". Aired on 30 June 2013. link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLpNmwyVsC0 =============== Less than an hour into the flight and as we were about to be served our first meal. We were flying over the border region of Argentina/Uruguay/Brazil. The heavy turbulance lasted for an excrutiating 10 minutes. The pilot told us it was the worst case he experienced in his 30 years career...but he only admitted to that after we safely landed in London 11 hours later.
https://wn.com/Turbulence_On_Flight_Ba_244_Buenos_Aires(Ezeiza)_To_London(Heathrow)_17.06.2012
Kan Air Charter Flight

Kan Air Charter Flight

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  • Updated: 16 Oct 2013
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We offer the utmost privacy before, during and after your executive jet chartered flight experience. We masterfully manage every aspect of your trip and tailor it to suit your personal requirements. No details is too small for our VIP customers and we always go extra mile to reach the highest of your travel satisfaction. With our base in Don Muang Internaitonal Airport, Bangkok, Kan Air also provides more direct route to destined locations than a commercial flight. As well as flying in comfort, chartering a luxury private jet allows you to fly to your schedule, fly to smaller airfields closer to your final destination, and avoid the queues and chaos of major airport terminals. Together with our spacious Hawker Beechcraft Premier 1 private jet, we also facilitate you with our professional pilot team who will take care of your safety in the air. A Cabin Service Attendant can be provided upon your request for your comfort with additional charge applied. Chartered Services Passenger chartered flight Medical Escort Service Transportation of parcel post and goods across the country and the region. Take control of your itinerary; travel on your own flexible schedule, enjoy impeccable personal attention to your comfort and lifestyle requests and the most important- Your private charter flight will never leave without you!! Kannithi Aviation Co.,Ltd Tel: +66 (0)2-551-6111 Mobile: +66 (0)86-340-6491 Fax:+66 (0)2-576-0909 E-Mail: charterflights@kanairlines.com website: www.kanairlines.com
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Life as an Airline Pilot

Life as an Airline Pilot

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  • Updated: 02 Jan 2013
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If you want to help this channel and access full resolution pictures, raw videos and more, visit my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/golfcharlie232 Most sequences filmed from the jumpseat. Front seat filming with a camera either mounted on a suction cup or attached to the headset. Some footage filmed from a passenger seat. Part 1. Intro 0:00 to 1:38 , soundtrack: Audiomachine - Redemption Part 2. City tour (Alicante) 1:39 to 2:30 , soundtrack: Thomas Bergersen - Immortal Part 3. Flying Scenes 2:31 to 5:40 , same soundtrack (Thomas Bergersen - Immortal) Part 4. Days Off, flying gliders 5:41 to 7:09 , soundtrack: Dub Zero - To The Skys Part 5. Flying Scenes 7:10 to 9:37 , soundtrack: Data Romance - Night Section Rendered with Sony Vegas HD 11.0
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Pilot Declares Emergency Because Of Extreme Hypoxia

Pilot Declares Emergency Because Of Extreme Hypoxia

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I got this clip from the NATCA Archie Awards, where NATCA gives out awards for the best ATC. http://www.natca.org/mediacenter/Archie2009-Audio-Transcripts.msp Full Description: Over the radio, Jay McCombs tried hard to understand the slow, slurring words muffled among the blaring sirens sounding in the background. The radio was poor, and the pilot difficult to understand, leaving only unintelligible transmission and uncontrollable noise to be heard. Controllers at Cleveland Center were now faced with the complex and difficult task of deciphering the message if they had any chance of finding a solution. The critical diagnosis that was to come would make all the difference in securing the safety of the Kalitta Learjet, KFS66. The events unfolded on July 26, 2008 when McCombs accepted the hand-off of KFS66, which appeared to have a stuck mike creating incomprehensible transmissions. Unclear to those in the Center, however, was that the co-pilots arm was all the while moving violently and uncontrollably on the other end as the captain worked hard to hand fly the aircraft. Through the help of another pilots translation, Jay learned that the aircraft had declared an emergency. The plane was quickly changing altitude and McCombs immediately began to suggest closer airports, only to receive no reply. Amid the chaos to translate the captains words, fellow controller Stephanie Bevins turns on the receiver so that she can now hear the pilot with her own headset. As she thinks through the symptoms in her head, she concludes that he must be hypoxic, a serious condition involving lack of oxygen due to pressurization problems. She knows immediately that they must descend the aircraft. Following Bevins initiative, McCombs begins bringing the aircraft to the lowest altitude available in order to alleviate the possible oxygen deprivation. Unable to answer questions, the pilot is only able to respond to direct commands that the controllers now begin to voice. Descend and maintain, they repeat. Remarkably, the captains inability to turn on autopilot requires him to have to work in order to fly the airplane, keeping him conscious and the plane airborne. The pilots words gradually become more understandable, and around 11,000 feet, he returns to normal and confirms that he had, indeed, been suffering from hypoxia. Without Bevins and McCombs, there is no telling what would have happened. Bevins diagnosis made all the difference to the fate of the passengers, and without McCombs, the necessary actions to solve the problem would not have been taken to get the aircraft down safely. Various individuals were involved in the assistance of KFS66, clearly stated by McCombs who says that the entire area (Area 5) worked extremely well as a team. Seeing that this is amazing story embodied by unusual and startling circumstances, it is clear why this case study has not only been chosen as an Archie winner, but also as a classroom teaching aid at the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute in Oklahoma City.
https://wn.com/Pilot_Declares_Emergency_Because_Of_Extreme_Hypoxia
We Landed at the WRONG AIRPORT! - Flight VLOG #2 - IFR BOS to PHL

We Landed at the WRONG AIRPORT! - Flight VLOG #2 - IFR BOS to PHL

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Dodging thunderstorms and landing at night, we quickly realize we didn't end up where we were supposed to... Join me in the cockpit on an Angel Flight mission between two of the world's busiest airports -- Boston Logan and Philadelphia International. Giving away $250+ worth of awesome gear courtesy of Flight Outfitters! http://bit.ly/2kN5m1J Please share this video so that more people can enjoy it! Subscribe for more epic flying videos, new every second Friday! https://goo.gl/12Bdmx Part one: https://youtu.be/ebyJ4vvWSwA Taxi out at Boston Logan (BOS): 1:37 Takeoff Boston Logan (BOS): 4:35 ILS Approach Philadelphia International (PHL): 15:11 Landing Philadelphia International (PHL): 17:00 Flying home: 18:50 (The itinerary incorrectly stated that they were headed to KPHL, and between that (and the fact they had done many of these flights, so it was unlikely the itinerary would be wrong) and a slight language barrier, we ended up in the wrong place.) I've been flying since I was 16 and at age 19 flew around the world by myself in the same 1981 A36 Beechcraft Bonanza I still fly, becoming the youngest person ever to solo circumnavigate by aircraft. Now, I'm sharing all kinds of aviation adventures with YOU! Ride along as we explore the world from the air and get a close up look at some of aviation's best flight experiences and destinations. Also follow me on: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LimitlessHz Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mattguthmiller Twitter https://twitter.com/mattguthmiller http://www.mattguthmiller.com
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