Mark Hanna OFMC flying Messerschmitt Bf109 at Torp Norway 93
Late Mark Hanna(1959-1999)OFMC flying Hispano Buchon. Messerschmitt Bf109, in dogfight with Spitfire Mk.IX MH343(pilot unknown (tips?)), at Torp airfield Sandefjord Norway 1993. Arranged by SHF Scandinavian Historic Flight. Lots of real famos seldom planes. Greatest air show ever. The Spitfire pilot is Cliff Spinks, according to Anders Saether.
Sadly Mark Hanna was killed in an aircraft accident with the same aircraft at Sabadell Barcelona Spain 25 sept 1999.
You did a great show Mark Hanna....RIP
Battle of Britain - Spitfire, Bf-109, B-17, B-25
Battle of Britain day at the Flying Heritage Collection featured their own
Messerschmitt Bf-109E-3 Emil, Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vc, and Historic
Flight Foundation's Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IXe. Also present for this
week was the Commemorative Air Force - Arizona Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress
"Sentimental Journey" and North American B-25J Mitchell "Maid in the
Shade." Enjoy the thunderous music of these amazing machines IN ACTION!
Thank you all for your continued support of my videos and efforts here at
Paine Field in capturing these amazing aircraft. If you enjoy these
videos, click on the links in my profile page to show support and help me
show the best quality possible! Thanks again!
Focke Wulf 190 AWESOME SOUND !!!
FW190 Engine startup, fly and taxing at Breitscheid Airshow 2010.
This FW190 is a 1:1 new build replica (almost 98% like the original
aircraft, exept the engine).
The parts came from "Flugwerk" as a kit and "Meier Motors" put it together
and made it airworthy.
These new FW190 replicas were sold with a Russian/Chinese ASh-82 14 cyl.
radial engine, which was a good match for the rare BMW801 14 cyl. radial
engines at a much lower cost. The replicas were designed with a new 3-blade
prop, but one of the first examples crashed from a failure in the electric
prop control. The 4-blade was a matched prop from the Tu-2 that was
substituted while the problem with the new 3-blade was fixed. The 3-blade
prop is now back in use.
This aircraft is now flying in the USA.
World's only flying ORIGINAL Fw-190
Paul Allen's Flying Heritage Collection is home to the only flying original
Fw-190 which is powered by the only working original BMW-801. It's been
flying for nearly two years now and this is the majority of footage I have
of the aircraft. This includes its debut flight in 2011 with its
hangar-mate Bf-109E-3, which is also an original, with its DB-601. Other
footage includes flights with a pair of American fighters, the P-51D Mustang and P-47D Thunderbolt,
both also part of the Flying Heritage Collection. Sit back and enjoy the
sound of history as this machine lives and breathes.
FHC Luftwaffe Day - Focke Wulf 190 A-5 and Messerschmitt Bf-109E-3 Emil
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Saturday, August 6, 2011 was a historic day in aviation history as the
worlds only flying original Focke-Wulf 190 flew in formation with one of
only two airworthy Messerschmitt Bf-109 E-3s. The Focke-Wulf 190A-5
features its original BMW motor and was restored to the exact condition it
was in during its service in World War Two. This was the first time these
two aircraft were in the sky together since WWII.
Both of these aircraft belong to Paul Allen's Flying Heritage Collection in
Everett, Washington, home of the flying warbirds.
Video was shot with Canon VIXIA HG20
To purchase photographs of these amazing aircraft, visit imagekind.com and
do a search for the specific aircraft.
16 Sqn Wartime Pilots and Mark Hanna_Duxford_1996
On 19th September 1996, 16 Sqn wartime members held their first reunion at
Duxford. Mark Hanna was due to fly Spitfire PL965 (operated by 16 Sqn
during the second world war in 1945). Due to servicing schedules this was
not possible, so Mark flew MH434. Afterwards he spoke with some of 16
Sqn's pilots and groundcrew. Three of the pilots seen, flew PL965 in 1945
and each of them was awarded the DFC and one was also awarded the CdeG.
Another one of the pilots was shot down by a FW190 and the other pilot had
had to bale out of his PR Spitfire due to an engine fire over the
RAY AND MARK HANNA
Display flying at its best. This video shows "the masters of display
flying", Ray and Mark Hanna - father and son - displaying some of the Old
Flying Machine Company's aircraft at various venues. The clips were
videoed between 1993 and 2004 and are in chronological order, except for
the last clip. For me this video sums up both Ray's and Mark's consummate
flying skills, which have delighted and thrilled hundreds of thousands of
air show visitors over the years. For devotees of Ray and Mark, I trust
that you will find this video nostalgic and help you to remember these
truly great airmen. Some of the footage contained in this piece, may be
seen in full, in various rgnvideo videos that I have already uploaded. In
this case time has been "the editor". However, I hope that you will enjoy
watching the video. Venues in this video include, Rochester, Duxford,
Cranfield, Manston, Chailey and Biggin Hill. rgnvideo
16 Spitfires Flying Together The Sound of Victory " Goosebumps "
This was a fantastic sight and sound, as sixteen Spitfires flew in
formation, to mark the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, after the
flypast the Spitfires broke off and the sky was filled with warbirds tail