The Mach Loop is a set of valleys, situated between Dolgellau in the north, and Machynlleth in the south (and from which the Mach Loop gets its name), which are regularly used for low level flight training, with flying as low as 250 feet (76 metres) from the nearest terrain. Continue reading
Taxiing, refuelling, takeoffs, landings, and aerial shots. Unedited B-Roll. Continue reading
This video showcasing 70 Years of research at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, begins airing on NASA television Sept. 26. Armstrong, the agency’s lead center for atmospheric flight research operations, began its storied history in the high desert in September 1946.
The New Zealand Warbirds Assn ‘Roaring 40′s’ Harvard display team at the Classic Fighters Marlborough airshow in 2007 Continue reading
Boeing unveiled not one, but two production T-X aircraft in St. Louis. Boeing’s design takes advantage of the latest technologies, tools and manufacturing techniques. Continue reading