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Lockheed C-121C Super Constellation engine start up

This is the Lockheed C-121C Super Constellation "Connie" VH-EAG operated by the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (http://www.hars.org.au/2009/05/the-connie/) firing up engine number 1 at the 2011 Australian Air Show. This was the closing night, Sunday March 6.


 


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Spectacular Lockheed Super Constellation visual Approach - Paris Air Show 2013 ( HD )
The Lockheed Super Constellation was built between 1943 and 1958. 856 aircrafts were produced during these 15 years. I have tried to catch the Super Constellation with the well known nick name "Super Conni" since many years but it was never flying to an airport near my home airport. This time we decided to drive 500 km (320 miles) to Paris with one goal: Getting a good video and a good picture of this old lady. I am very content with the result because this visual approach was very impressive in my opinion. Thanks to " Breitling Super Constellation" for keeping this beauty in the air. Last year they had to cancel all flights due to technical problems. Thanks for watching, I hope you like and please don` t forget to rate.





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Pure Jet Engine Afterburner Sound "Without Music".
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TU-154 RA-85563 Almost Crash! (subtitles)
29 april 2011 at Chkalovsky Airport (military airport base 31 km northeast of Moscow) TU-154 RA-85563 experienced serious trouble right after take-off. The automatic control system (АБСУ) broke down wich caused the pilots to steer the plane using only engines. The plane was made in 1982 and since 2005 never flew. The pilots were ordered to fly the aircraft to Samara for repairs. Luckily the captain Radionov is a very experienced pilot. If not for his skills the plane would definitely crash. The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Air Force Alexander Zelin will award the pilots for their actions. The plane in result got no damage. For subtitles press [cc] button on the bar below the videoscreen. WARNING!!! FOR VERY STUPID IDIOTS THINKING THIS IS A FAKE GO SEE DIFFERENT VIDEOS OF THIS INCIDENT HERE http://www.tfo.su/modules.php?name=News&file=view&news_id=25455





P-38 Engine Startup
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Lockheed Electra 1990 on Rio - São Paulo Shuttle
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Super Constellation smoky start up
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Rockwell B1B Lancer Full Afterburner Takeoff
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Douglas DC-3 Start-up in Stereo
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Breitling Super Constellation HB-RSC at Sion Air Show 2011
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Extremely short take off Lockheed C-5 Galaxy America's biggest plane
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