Wings: the jet age

Unknown, 1987

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Here at last is the collector’s video encyclopaedia of aviation, featuring over 100 modern aircraft. Using truly spectacular airborne sequences and rare archival footage, this video traces the meteoric progress in civil and military jet aircraft from World War II to state of the art super-sonic planes. Thrill to intricate formation aerobatics by the RAF Red Arrows and US Blue Angels demonstration teams, and witness dynamic inflight refuelling procedures. This fascinating programme provides a wealth of knowledge on a multitude of aircraft designs and technology, as well as flight procedure, equipment and instrumentation.

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producer

Peter Bucknall

production company

Visnews

Language

English

Duration

00:54:00:00

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