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On why we are #AvGeeks 3

Following the series of On Why we are #AvGeeks today I bring you three very different videos.

The first one, a video  ”I can’t wait to 2015 for watching it”. The Invisible Highway. Narrated by Harrison Ford, directed by Brian J. Terwilliger

Aviation: The Invisible Highway (Trailer #1) from Aviation: The Invisible Highway on Vimeo.

The second one about the Oceanic Control Areas between North America and Europe. More than 2000 flights per day cross this areas. The video is produced by the Air Navigation Service Provider, NATS.

And finally, the third one is about a great spanish legacy aviation foundation. Fundación Infante de Orleans. The video is produced by www.flapstv.com

 

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On Paper Technology and Boeing 777

 

“Where technology meets aviation.” This is the aeriaA’s motto, but not all the technologies are binary data, aerodynamics and fluid dynamics, electronic, etc. Across the mankind history every significant period had it revolutionary technologies, and once the paper was one of these advanced technologies. Before showing this outstanding project, on of the main reasons of writing this post is a comment I read about this project. “What a pity, so much ingenuity and time wasted for nothing” I tried to understand this comment and where was the wasting stuff. Where others see waste work I see talent, passion with a lot effort and meticulousness. Returning to the issue, this is about an impressive combination of the papyrus/parchment and a Wright Brother’s Flyer descendent technologies, a full Boeing 777 made of paper in 1:60 scale, but do not miss the view at the big plane, please see the details, details as mechanics on paper. After thinking how to focus this post, I thought, why not ask to the author? Here you have our conversation and the great pictures and videos he took.

Boeing 777 engine blades. Copyright Luca Iaconi-Stewart www.flickr.com/photos/lucaiaconistewart/

Boeing 777 engine blades. Copyright Luca Iaconi-Stewart www.flickr.com/photos/lucaiaconistewart/

On why we are #AvGeeks 2

 

The first post of this series was an absolutely good surprise. But the video I’ve seen today reflects the same feelings of aviation’s passion, the power of the engineering and the nature together and the eye of a real master producing aviation’s videos. The author is www.rueschproductions.com They defined this as Aviation Cinematography (Spotters it’s time to update!) You can also view their Youtube channel for more amazing videos (www.youtube.com/user/AndyRuesch) and their Facebook page www.facebook.com/rueschproductions

I hope you like it. (Turn on the HD definition in the gear’s icon)

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Aerodrome Lelystad

Lelystad Museum Aerodrome

Name: AVIODROME LELYSTAD AIRPORT.

Type: Museum.

Website: www.aviodrome.nl

Contact:

Price: from 14.5€ to 16.5€. For recent fees: www.aviodrome.nl/tickets

Where: Pelikaanweg 50
8218 PG Luchthaven Lelystad (Holland)

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Lelystad Aerodrome

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Lelystad Aerodrome 52.457243, 5.529487

Kids Friendly: absolutely, very nice planes and educational activities, simulators, radio room, 4D cinema, game zones, etc.

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Images Credit: www.aviodrome.nl