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A video of an Airbus A318 landing at Dundee Airport (DND/EGPN), Scotland.
17 Oct 2009
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An Airbus landing from pilots view into TNCM St. Marteen
2 Nov 2007
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My Video abt Cebu Pacific Airbus 320 Good landing at Legaspi City Philippines Domestic Airport Feb. 15, 2009. Cebu Pacific is the Leading Domestic Carrier in my country w/c serves most destination and most of its fleets is averaging 2.4yrs old. Technology used in the A320 includes: The first fully digital fly-by-wire flight control system in a civil airliner. Fully glass cockpit rather than the hybrid versions found in aircraft such as the A310, Boeing 757 and Boeing 767. The first narrow body airliner with a significant amount of the structure made from composites. The ECAM (Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring) concept, which is included in all Airbus aircraft produced after the A320. This system constantly displays information concerning the aircraft's engines, as well as other key systems such as flight controls, pneumatics and hydraulics, to the pilots on the two LCD displays in the centre of the flightdeck. ECAM also provides automatic warning of system failures and displays an electronic checklist to assist in handling the failure. Airbus recently started installing LCD (liquid crystal display) units in the flight deck of its new A318, A319, A320, and A321 flight decks instead of the original CRT (cathode ray tube) displays. These include the main displays and the backup artificial horizon, which was an analogue display prior to this. LCDs weigh less and produce less heat than CRT displays; this change saves around 50 kilograms on the plane's total weight. Even though the A320 family is technologically advanced, some of the computers at the heart of the fly-by-wire system are built around CPUs roughly equivalent[clarification needed] to the Intel 8086. While these chips may not offer anywhere near the performance of modern processors, especially on Personal Computers or servers, they are generally stable and reliable.
1 Mar 2009
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My Video abt Philippine Airlines (PAL) airbus 320 landing at Legaspi City Domestic Airport Feb. 15, 2009. Technology used in the A320 includes: The first fully digital fly-by-wire flight control system in a civil airliner. Fully glass cockpit rather than the hybrid versions found in aircraft such as the A310, Boeing 757 and Boeing 767. The first narrow body airliner with a significant amount of the structure made from composites. The ECAM (Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring) concept, which is included in all Airbus aircraft produced after the A320. This system constantly displays information concerning the aircraft's engines, as well as other key systems such as flight controls, pneumatics and hydraulics, to the pilots on the two LCD displays in the centre of the flightdeck. ECAM also provides automatic warning of system failures and displays an electronic checklist to assist in handling the failure. Airbus recently started installing LCD (liquid crystal display) units in the flight deck of its new A318, A319, A320, and A321 flight decks instead of the original CRT (cathode ray tube) displays. These include the main displays and the backup artificial horizon, which was an analogue display prior to this. LCDs weigh less and produce less heat than CRT displays; this change saves around 50 kilograms on the plane's total weight. Even though the A320 family is technologically advanced, some of the computers at the heart of the fly-by-wire system are built around CPUs roughly equivalent[clarification needed] to the Intel 8086. While these chips may not offer anywhere near the performance of modern processors, especially on Personal Computers or servers, they are generally stable and reliable. Abt. Legaspi City one of Philippine's tourist Destination both local and foriegn tourist. On this City you can have a perfect view of the famous Mayon Valcano. Legaspi City also has 3 large Malls such as Pacific Mall, LCC Cenral Mall and Gaisiano Mall. Events Hosted : 2001 Miss Asia-Pacific Pegeant. 2002 International Convention of the Free Masons. 2003 Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountant (PICPA) 57th Annual National Convention.
4 Mar 2009
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TAROM Airbus A318-111 YR-ASB landing at LFPG from LROP Location: Charles de Gaulle (LFPG), Paris, France Company: TAROM Airplane model: Airbus A318-111 Airplane registration: YR-ASB Flight number: RO 381 Departure: Henri Coandă (LROP), Bucharest, Romania Arrival: Charles de Gaulle (LFPG), Paris, France Scheduled for departure: 09:20 local time Actual departure time: 09:37 local time Scheduled for arrival: 11:35 local time Actual arrival time: 11:22 local time Time on flight: 2h45'
6 Sep 2009
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GAMINGDIRECT... MY NEW ACCOUNT! The Majestic Air VA Airbus A318, G-MJJJ, Landing at Newcastle (EGNT) from Scatsta (EGPM) in Strong Crosswinds. Music is Coldplay - Speed of Sound , airport is UK2000 Scenery's Newcastle and the Plane is the Majestic Air iFDG Airbus A318.
6 Sep 2009
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Approach and landing in Mexico City, coming in from Veracruz.
6 Sep 2009
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A taste of the good life, on us....
15 Nov 2011
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This project had been sitting around my computer for almost 2 weeks...
4 Mar 2009
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A Jetstar A320 landing at Perth international airport. Filmed on the northern end of runway 21 on the 'mound'. Filmed using a Sanyo VPC-TH1 Xacti and edited using Arcsoft TotalMedia Showbiz. ypph.
29 May 2010
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19 May 2009
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The strange and very weird looking Airbus A300-600ST is seen taking off from the wing factory at Broughton for it's flight to Finkenwerder in Hamburg, Germany/Toulouse France. VIDEO FACTS: The Airbus site at Broughton is responsible for the construction of the wings for the very popular, small, narrowbody A320 series of aircraft which includes the A318, A319, A320 and A321 as well as the larger widebody A330 and A340. The problem is that the assembly buildings for these aircraft are either in Finkenwerder in Hamburg, Germany (the A320 Series) or in Toulouse, France (A330/A340 Series). This is where the amazing Airbus A300-600ST Beluga aircraft comes in. This surprisingly moderate sized plane is used to transport the finished wings to those assembly buildings. Carrying up to three pairs of wings these aircraft continually fly back and fourth between Airbus plants getting parts delivered for the final assembley. The Broughton factory is also used to build the massive wings of the A380. This work is carried out in the new state of the art Airbus factory on the other side of the Runway. However, the Beluga due to it's size cannot carry these wings. Instead they are shipped by sea via the River Dee located close by.
14 Feb 2009
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This is an Airbus training video for the deployment of the floor level exits found at the front and rear of Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 series aircraft. This particular video utilizes a single-lane evacuation slide that can be detached for use as a flotation device. Another variant found aboard these aircraft is a wider slide/raft.
1 Mar 2009
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This is an Airbus training video on the deployment of the overwing exits on the Airbus A320 series aircraft. When the hatch is removed, the slide starts inflating from a compartment aft of the hatch. This slide cannot be used in a ditching emergency. This design of evacuation slide is found on A318, A319 and A320 aircraft. Notice how fast the slide inflates!
8 Jun 2009
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After a short flight from Orly I used the Project Aiurbus a318 with the VASFMC gauge to improve the realism
29 Dec 2009
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Lufthansa Airbus A380 D-AIMH. Frankfurt was closed due to heavy snowfall. As a result Cologne got lots of interesting diversions like this A380 of Lufthansa. Nice to see this A380 working as a snow plow and reducing the visibility of the Germanwings A319 crew which was waiting behind the A380. This is my first A380 video and I hope you like it. Thanks for waching. Time-Lapse of London`s busiest Airport, Heathrow: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=fgHjVvqLXV8&feature=plcp Very hard Landing of a Boeing 747 at Düsseldorf: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=U8t0L00-Rs4&feature=plcp Crosswind Landing of a russian Ilyushin IL-76 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=dPFmPJ0mi8M&feature=plcp Crazy Condor Boeing 757-300 Landing: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=ZBg0xQiznSc&feature=plcp Very late go around of a Boeing 737 of Air Berlin: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=d3qZpYz53zQ&feature=plcp Boeing 747 losing Fuel at Düsseldorf: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=ZDGztFhweDk&feature=plcp Severe thunderstorm Arrival of an Air China Airbus A330-200 at Düsseldorf *******www.youtube****/watch?v=UCxUC6XL36Y&feature=plcp The bulldozer: Antonov AN-124 head-on view *******www.youtube****/watch?v=OCfXcpW0D9s&feature=plcp Tags for my Channel: Boeing 707, Boeing 717, Boeing 727, Boeing 737, Boeing 747, Boeing 757, Boeing 767, Boeing 777, Boeing 787, B707, B717, B727, B727-100, B727-200, B737-200, B737-300, B737-400, B737-500, B737-600, B737-700, B737-800, B747, B747-100, B747-200, B747-300, B747-400, B757, B757-200, B757-300, B767, B767-200, B767-300, B777, B777-200, B777-300, B787, Airbus, Airbus A318, Airbus 319, Airbus 320, Airbus 321, Airbus 330, Airbus 340, Airbus 350, Airbus 380, A318, A319, A320, A321, A330, A330-200, A330-300, A340. A340-200, A340-300, A340-500, A340-600, A380, Embraer, ERJ-170, ERJ-190, planespotting, planespotter, cargospotter, aviation, airlines, airways, Aviation videography, photography, planes, airplane, airplanes, Aviation, contrail, McDonnel Douglas MD11, Md-11 Md-10 Dc-10 Dc10-30 Dc-10-10, Arrival, landing, departure, touchdown, take-off, takeoff, rotate, engines, Tupolev TU-154 TU-134 TU-144 TU-204, Ilyushin, IL-18, IL-62, IL-76, IL-86, IL-96, IL-114, Antonov, An-12, An-26, AN-32, AN-124, AN225, Planespotting
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