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Like all good blogs these days we're on social media.  In fact I've spent a considerable amount of time on all of my channels to try and expand my audience so more and more people can experience the great world of aviation.

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3 weeks ago

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And a 787 Dreamliner compilation

youtu.be/GblQOdsMoMIThe 787 Dreamliner Compilation Compiled from videos taken at Sydney Airport over the past few years. Features Jetstar, Air India, Qantas, Scoot, Vietnam Airl...
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3 weeks ago

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777 compilation

youtu.be/-F3iqjtICxMThe 777 Compilation from Sydney Airport Featuring 777's over the past 2 years that have visited Sydney (YSSY) For more photos, videos and articles head over ...
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1 month ago

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I missed this photo yesterday of an Air New Zealand 777 with awesome all black livery taken on my phone as I arrived at Sheps Mound ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

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Wow

Aviation Engineering
⚠️ Strong winds at Heathrow Airport while B787 was on final, the pilot of British Airways flight performed an immediate go-around.

Registration: G-ZBJK
Aircraft: B787-8

#Updated:
Aircraft Landed Safely after ~ 15min

Video BIG JET TV
#AviationEngineering
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1 month ago

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Airline Secrets Exposed
Today marks 50 years of flight for the Boeing 747! In recognition of the Queen of the Skies and her positive impact on the city of Everett, Snohomish County and beyond, city and county leaders proclaimed February 9, 2019 Boeing 747 Day!

If you’ve ever flown on a 747, you’d know it. The instantly recognizable hump, massive frame and upper deck are just a few of the features that lifted the Queen of the Skies to icon status around the globe. The world’s first wide-body commercial jet took off on its maiden flight 50 years ago on February 9, 1969 from Everett, Wash., paving the way for every twin aisle airplane that followed.

The original 747-100 is nicknamed the City of Everett, for the home that sprung up around her while thousands of employees worked against the odds to pull off an incredible feat. Known as the Incredibles, the workers built the first 747 airplane in 28 months, delivering on a promise to Boeing’s customers. It’s a mission that remains true today for Boeing workers like Vic Anderson, a 747 systems integration team lead. His father Kelvin was one of the Incredibles. “We’re just as proud of this airplane today as they were back then, and just as committed to delivering excellence with every 747 that rolls out of the factory” said Vic. “We know that our customers are going to get the best airplane.”

The 747 has a long and storied history of adventure. “We all ride on the shoulders of the Incredibles of the past which has enabled us to continue to do incredible things everyday” said Bruce Dickinson, vice president and general manager of the 747/767 program. “Fifty years ago the 747 team embodied the Boeing Behaviors, working together as one empowered team to win and that is still true of today’s team.”

In honor of 50 years of the 747, the City of Everett Mayor and the Snohomish County Council and Executive each issued a “747 Day” resolution. It honors Boeing, its employees, and the positive impact stemming from the 747 which, “prompted Boeing to build the largest manufacturing building in the world right here in Everett, a facility that now also produces the 767, 777 and 787”.

www.boeing.com/company/about-bca/washington/747-50-years-of-flying-02-09-19.page?fbclid=IwAR1svK1...
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1 month ago

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Pre dawn arrival at @sydneyairport for @qantas 8 from @dfwairport - 10/02/2019

#qantas #airbus #a380 #sydneyairport #sydney #australia #predawn #avgeek #aviation #aircraft #megaplane #instagramaviation #airbuslovers
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1 month ago

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This is how they shoot an airline commercial. Very interesting to watch.

UNILAD Tech
This is how an airline commerical is shot 🎥✈️
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