Toma muy cercana al Boeing 787 de Jetairfly, en Cancún México junto a la pista 12 Derecha
Beautiful Close-Up Boeing 787 Jetairfly (TUI Airlines Belgium) – Taking-Off at Cancun Mexico
Amazing video of the Mexico City Airport filmed in the air by a quadcopter.
Timelapse video during descent, approach and landing at Mexico City
Interjet – Airbus A320
Sound travels at about 760 miles per hour, or 340 meters per second and about 661 knots on an average day at sea level. And sometimes, you can almost see it. Going close to that speed through air can cause some unusual visual effects. This compiled footage includes F-14s, standard and Blue Angels F-18s, plus the SR-71 and an Atlas Rocket launch. AVweb contacted sources at NASA to research the phenomena.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), today introduced an all-new family of business jets: the Gulfstream G500 and G600. The two new aircraft optimize speed, wide-cabin comfort and efficiency to offer customers best-in-class performance with advanced safety features.
easyglider from gregv on Vimeo.
edit of 2013 and 2014 shots
mostly above swiss alps from LSGS
CT-155 – NATO Flight Training in Canada from Gaetano Indelicato on Vimeo.
BAE Systems Hawk 115 is the export version for the Canadian Forces, designated CT-155 Hawk in Canadian service for the NFTC.
NATO Flight Training in Canada (NFTC) is a military flight training program for NATO and allied air forces provided by the Canadian Forces.
Located at 15 Wing, CFB Moose Jaw in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and 4 Wing, CFB Cold Lake, Alberta, the program is delivered as a cooperative operation between a civilian contractor, Bombardier Aerospace Military Aviation Training (Bombardier MAT), and the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).
Two types of aircraft are flown at NFTC: the CT-156 “Harvard II” (Raytheon T-6) and the CT-155 “Hawk”.
Airbus’ five A350-900 test aircraft took to the skies for an impressive formation flight on 29 September 2014. These A350 XWB jetliners accumulated a combined total of more than 2,600 flight test hours during the successful campaign leading to European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Type Certification for this next-generation widebody.