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Rubber Free Flight Scale
Take a look at this site "Welcome to Mike's flying scale model pages".
Submitted by Steve Hughes, February, 2015.
Landing an A380 in San Francisco
This is an incredible video of a German Airbus landing at SFO. The approach shows wonderful and memorable views
of the GG Bridge, the Presidio, the Bay Bridge, and the approach to SFO. 800 PLUS PASSENGERS - Airbus A-380 First
Landing at SFO. The pilots sit away from everything, no yoke, etc. Captain pulls up a keyboard once in a while to
enter info but the plane does most of the work.....
For best results go "full screen" on your monitor. It will seem like you are in the cockpit.
See the video here
Submitted by Jack Nellist, July, 2014.
Flying Quad Athletes
If you like technology and you like flying, you won't want to miss this TED Talks presentation.
Submitted by Al Seper, June, 2013.
Fully Functioning Scale Model Airport
So you think you know "scale" ? This is a model airport where everything seems to work--including takeoffs and landings as well as
taxi/docking to loading ramps. It seems to be a full day/night/day in 16 minutes. Take the time to watch it --
always something happening.
Submitted by BRIAN
(aka RUSTY), May,
World R/C Speed Record -468 mph - with no engine!
Using a technique called dynamic soaring that was copied by watching the actions of Turkey Vultures, you can
obtain very high speeds. I found a couple of videos on the web, one of which shows the world record speed of 468
mph being set. However, it isn't a very good video in that you can't see the glider very well. This video is very
good and show how the technique works.
Take a look at this YouTube video here.
Submitted by Ian Smith, May, 2013
Night Flying - who would have thought it?
Bill Rollins flys an LED lit up Sig Kadet and Will Graham filmed it. Called "Bill's Night Flight", it's a great
See it here.
Submitted by Bill Rollins and Will Graham, May, 2013
Incredible Indoor Flying Exhibition
You've got to see this man's ability to control his plane to music. It's a work of art. Take a look.
Submitted by Al Seper, April, 2013.
Kite Flying Exhibition
You have to see this multiple kite flying show! It's not RC, but it sure is control.
Ray Bethell is 85 years old and is probably the top multi-kite flyer in the world. He
lives and flies in Vancouver, BC.
Submitted by Norm Lunt, February, 2013.
World-wide Aircraft Flight Map
Ever wonder about the aircraft you see flying overhead? Well wonder no more!! This web site gives you "real
time" flight info on each aircraft you click on. Zoom in to your location on the map to minimize the number of
aircraft on the screen. You can watch them move over you with about a 10 second delay. Click here to get to it.
Contributed by Rusty Lockwood, January 2013.
In the cockpit of an Airbus 380 landing in San Francisco
A super video that shows you what it would really be like to fly a jumbo jet and for me (who lived for years
right under the flight path), a special treat. Click here to get to it.
Contributed by Rusty Lockwood, January 2013.
The National Museum of the United States Air Force
This museum is located at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio. Over 300 aircraft and missles
are on display which you can see in this state-of-the-art video tour that they provide. It's worth looking at just
to see how the photo technology works. Click here for the website.
Contributed by Rusty Lockwood, December 2012.
A Trip Around Vancouver Island by Air
Sightseeing on a homebuilt: http://vimeo.com/53986934
Contributed by Ian Smith, December, 2012.
Hey, it's pretty cool what rc'ers will do for each other! Check out this video:
Contribution by Will
Graham, November 12,
Imperial War Museum Duxford, England
I heard about this musem from a friend who visited it on a trip to England this year. If you have an interest in
war planes, or planes in general, you really need to visit this museum if you're ever in the area. A list of the
planes in the museum is on their website and it's awsome. I couldn't think of a war plane that they don't have.
Here is their address: http://www.iwm.org.uk/exhibitions/iwm-duxford/flying-aircraft
Contribution by Ian Smith, July 3,
This set of pictures is hard to believe! Click here for the show.
Contribution by Bruce Berry, June 8,
This video of an ornithopyter is amazing. You can actually buy one ready to fly on the
Contribution by Ian Smith, June 1, 2012.