• Amazing Miniature Airport in Hamburg

    Up to 40 different aircraft taxi independently at this miniature airport to the gates. They also are pushed back from the gates before taxing to the runway. Each aircraft is equipped with original lights and realistic turbine sounds. The whole film is divided into 3 parts and is generally about 30 minutes long. Part 1: […]

  • Watch SpaceX’s reusable rocket hover at 3,280 feet before gently landing back to Earth

    Between winning an injunction against a rival and proving that its reusable rocket works, it’s been a pretty good week for SpaceX. As a victory lap, the company has once-again test fired its Falcon9R rocket, and unlike last time, filmed it from the ground so everyone can see its progress. In the clip, the craft launches, hovers at 1,000 meters (3,280 […]

  • Electric Green Taxiing System (EGTS)

    Mexican airline Interjet has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Honeywell and Safran, developers of the Electric Green Taxiing System (EGTS), to become the first airline in the Americas to use the system which will save airlines up to $450,000 per plane, per year once it comes to market. EGTS uses electricity provided by the plane’s Auxiliary […]

  • Air-To-Air Footage

    There’s a lot of great air-to-air footage out there, but sometimes you see something and just say “WOW”. This is one of those videos. Wolfe Air, maker of this incredible video, is the self-proclaimed leader in aviation cinema. They shoot using a Lear 25B, Cessna Skymaster and A-Star helicopter. Where do we sign up for […]

  • Dassault Aviation organized a formation flight

    Saint-Cloud, France, April 12, 2014. – On March 20, 2014, Dassault Aviation organized a formation flight of the nEUROn Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) with a Rafale fighter and a Falcon 7X business jet. This was the first time in the world that a combat drone flew in formation with other aircraft. The entire operation […]

  • 767 35-Knot Crosswind Landing

    What happens when 120 tonnes of landing Boeing 767 encounters severe turbulence just above the runway (15 at BHX). Just watch the wheels bouncing in all directions under the shear forces. Very reassuring that the undercarriage can take this sort of punishment without blowing itself to pieces.