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P&DARCS BURLEY FIELD OPEN

 

 

Don't tell anyone, but we have a new webcam pointing at the east runway. All webcams to be upgraded soon.
We will also get a new west runway cam.

 

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Onboard with the Red Arrows

Onboard with the Red Arrows

Great clip flying with the Red Arrows over Paris

 

Link courtesy of Andrew Mysliborski

 


Whacky things

Whacky Flying Things

This guy, Ran D St Clair builds some pretty interesting models. Here's a couple of them. Check out his YouTube channel for more as he also has video's describing the build process.

   

 

Link courtesy of Bill Randall & Daniel Jenkins

 


McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Quick Build at MFK Falken

McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Quick Build at MFK Falken

A quick build of a McDonnell Douglas DC-10 SAS OY-KDB in styrofoam during the jetmeeting at MFK Falken, Denmark. The maximum weight of RC-aircraft in Denmark, must not exceed 25 kg.

Another flight with an onboard camera, can be watched here

 

Link courtesy of Kevin Lorraine

 


GIANT RC JAMES BOND 007 AUTOGYRO "LITTLE NELLIE"

GIANT RC JAMES BOND 007 AUTOGYRO "LITTLE NELLIE"

Ernst Keplinger flies his homemade 007 gyrocopter at the Rosenthal Airmeet 2019

Link courtesy of Kevin Loriane

 


Extreme STOL, Alaska style

Extreme STOL, Alaska style

The STOL competition at the Valdez Fly-In and Air Show in Alaska has once again delivered jaw-dropping landings, one of which claims a new record.

Link courtesy of Barry Law

 


In The Making: Airbus’ first BelugaXL

In The Making: Airbus’ first BelugaXL

The no. 1 BelugaXL advances through its assembly process in an accelerated video clip from Airbus’ industrial facilities in the Toulouse, France region. Derived from the A330 jetliner, this airlifter is scheduled to enter service in mid-2019, carrying complete sections of Airbus aircraft from European production sites to the final assembly lines in France and Germany. Five BelugaXLs will succeed the existing five-aircraft A300-600ST fleet, keeping the Airbus production and assembly network operating at full capacity and supporting its production ramp-up

Link courtesy of Daniel Jenkins