A330-200 - NTSC - Instant Download

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139 minutes
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See just what it is like to ‘fly by wire’ one of the world’s most advanced passenger aircraft, as it makes its transcontinental flight from Manchester in the UK to Orlando’s Sanford International airport in the USA.

  • 139 minute
  • Airtours International Airways
  • Manchester, UK > Sanford, Orlando, USA
  • Platinum Collection
  • Filmed using a total of 7 cameras

Your exclusive behind-the-scenes journey starts at Manchester’s International Airport as the aircraft awaits departure on stand 27. Taking off from runway 24R and with the call sign Kestrel 029, you’ll climb outbound for the Atlantic – seeing and hearing everything that happens from check-lists, crew briefings and communication with Air Traffic Control until your arrival and shut-down.

The experienced aircrew will give you a guided tour of the Airbus’ flight deck as you establish in the cruise at 35,000 feet.  Amongst the many systems explained are the electronic management and glass cockpit systems such as EFIS, FMGS, MCDU and the overhead panel. The Captain will also explain some of the differences between the A330-200 and the Airbus A320.

Naturally there’s more than the ‘office’ to look at and you’ll see views of departure, in flight and approach and landing with multiple camera angles both from the cockpit and outside.

Whether you’re a budding airline pilot or back seat passenger curious to know what goes on during the flight, this is an amazing and unique airliner experience that is not to be missed!

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    • Filmed using a total of 9 cameras

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    Static Ports
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    Refuelling Controls

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    82 Chapter Points

    Running time 2 Hours and 46 Minutes (166 Minutes)

    About Captain David Rowland
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    Over 1.5 Million Supersonic Passengers
    Concorde was the only supersonic passenger airliner in the world and British Airways was one of only two airlines operating this flagship of the worlds civil aviation fleet. A Over 1.5 million passengers have flown supersonically on board British Airways seven strong Concorde fleet since they entered commercial service on January 21st 1976. Cruising at 1,350mph, twice the speed of sound, a typical transatlantic crossing took less than three and a half hours.

    Concorde flew above all the weather and her passenger cabin was pressurised to a more comfortable level than on subsonic aircraft, reducing flight fatigue still further. Since entering service, British Airways Concordes have operated some 40,000 flights. Concorde's fastest yet transatlantic crossing was on February 7th 1996, when she completed the New York to London flight in 2 hours 52 minutes and 59 seconds, over 40 minutes faster than schedule.

    The small number of dedicated flight crews that flew this superb aircraft were drawn from the best and most experienced that British Airways had to offer and have more supersonic flight time than any of the pilots of the world's Air Forces!

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  • Concorde - Part Two - NTSC

    Concorde - Part Two - NTSC

    Join the flightdeck crew on a scheduled British Airways Concorde round trip from London Heathrow to New York's JFK airport. A unique and fascinating documentary made using 9 cameras on the world's fastest ever airliner.

    • 140 minute - Disk Two of Two ( Disk One details Here )
    • British Airways
    • New York JFK > London Heathrow
    • Filmed using a total of 9 cameras

    This prestigious documentary programme on the world's fastest civil airliner, Concorde is presented by Captain David Rowland and Senior Flight Engineer Roger Bricknell who take you on a full guided tour of this incredible aircraft.

    DISK TWO
    Following a good night’s rest in New York you join the crew again for a very detailed flight briefing at the BA dispatch office at JFK airport. This briefing covers everything we need to know – weather, Ultra Violet forecast, routing, fuel planning. There is also a very in-depth explanation of the complex noise abatement procedure for our take-off from JFK’s runway 31L out over Jamaica Bay.

    Once onboard G-BOAD again we re-join our crew as they carry out their flightdeck setup, checks and briefings, INS programming etc.

    Follow the start-up, taxi and take-off – here you see the full Jamaica Bay SID in detail. You will witness the very precise and intense detail of this complex departure.

    Again, you follow all the detail; afterburners, acceleration point and full power climb out to our cruise altitude of 60,000ft.

    As we settle into the cruise David and Roger once again take you around even more instruments! Roger gives you a very close-up and personal guide around the Flight Engineers Panel. Systems covered include: -

    Fuel Transfer and Management
    C of G (Centre of Gravity) movement and monitoring
    Pressurisation
    Air Bleed Control
    Hydraulics
    Electrical Generation

    Roger even shows you where Concorde expands in flight!

    David once again guides you through the process to get us to Mach II. Plus, even more details from the Concorde flightdeck.

    As we reach our deceleration point and commence all the checks and briefings for our approach and arrival into London Heathrow’s runway 27L.

    During both your flights David and Roger guide you through the systems that enable this aircraft to fly at twice the speed of sound.

    This programme was filmed using a total of 9 cameras to give you the best views of all phases of flight.

    Crystal clear audio utilises the aircraft's audio system so you can hear both the crew and ATC!

    This is without doubt the most detailed look at Concorde that has ever been produced and is the only way you will ever see how this magnificent aircraft was flown.

    62 Chapter Points

    Running time 2 Hours and 20 Minutes (140 Minutes)

    About Captain David Rowland
    Captain David Rowland is married with two sons and lives in North Oxfordshire. After basic training he joined BA (BOAC) in 1969 and became a Co-Pilot/Navigator on VC10s. In 1976 he joined the Concorde fleet. In 1993 he became Commercial Manager Concorde, responsible to Regional General Manager, Americas for the Concorde business in British Airways, and later combined the operational and commercial management role as General Manager Concorde.

    In total David has over 10,000 flying hours, most of which are supersonic. In 1995 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, and is a Member of the Royal Institute of Navigation. He is a long term member of the Duxford Aviation Society, and in his spare time, enjoys going to the theatre, walking, reading, listening to music, playing golf and tennis (neither very well!).

    Over 1.5 Million Supersonic Passengers
    Concorde was the only supersonic passenger airliner in the world and British Airways was one of only two airlines operating this flagship of the worlds civil aviation fleet. A Over 1.5 million passengers have flown supersonically on board British Airways seven strong Concorde fleet since they entered commercial service on January 21st 1976. Cruising at 1,350mph, twice the speed of sound, a typical transatlantic crossing took less than three and a half hours.

    Concorde flew above all the weather and her passenger cabin was pressurised to a more comfortable level than on subsonic aircraft, reducing flight fatigue still further. Since entering service, British Airways Concordes have operated some 40,000 flights. Concorde's fastest yet transatlantic crossing was on February 7th 1996, when she completed the New York to London flight in 2 hours 52 minutes and 59 seconds, over 40 minutes faster than schedule.

    The small number of dedicated flight crews that flew this superb aircraft were drawn from the best and most experienced that British Airways had to offer and have more supersonic flight time than any of the pilots of the world's Air Forces!

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    • Martinair Airways
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    • Platinum Collection
    • Filmed using a total of 7 cameras

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    In March 1977 Ruud returned to The Netherlands to take up an invitation by Martinair's Director of Flight Operations to start a job as crew-scheduler, with the option of getting a job as a pilot as soon as a vacancy became available. During September 1977 Ruud started as a co-pilot on the DC-9-30 and in February 1979 a co-pilot on the DC-10-30 and progressed in May 1986 to his first captaincy on the A310-200.

    From 1987 he became a TRI (instructor), and in 1988 a chief-instructor, from 1990 till the end of 1993 he also became chief pilot. In 1994 Ruud helped prepare Martinair for the introduction of the MD-11, along with his MD-11 training with Swissair which lead him on to a position as chief instructor on the MD-11 Fleet.

    In January 1997 he was made chief-pilot MD-11 Fleet and in September 1999 he became Martinair's Senior Chief Pilot. Ruud is married and has two children.

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    B747-400 - VIR - NTSC

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    • 166 minute
    • Virgin Atlantic Airways
    • London Heathrow > San Francisco, USA
    • Platinum Collection
    • Filmed using a total of 7 cameras

    Your journey begins at London Heathrow International Airport (EGLL), in the crew despatch office for pre-flight preparations.

    Captain Alan Carter takes you through a detailed look at the preparations for the journey. This includes route information, weather, alternate airports, fuel and NOTAM information. You'll then proceed to our aircraft (G-VXLG) for the walk round followed by meeting the other flightdeck crew members. Then follow the departure brief, pushback, engine start and taxi. The departure is a Woburn Two Foxtrot using runway 27R.

    During the takeoff on flight VS19, you will see multiple camera angles showing the externals of the departure, forward view of the runway and much more. Once established in the cruise Captain Alan Carter (Pilot Flying) gives you a guided tour of the B747-400 flightdeck. Systems explained include the Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS), Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), plus there's a detailed look at the engine start procedure and information on electrics, hydraulics, air conditioning and more.

    First Officer Allan Rattigan also explains the takeoff performance calculations and how they are arrived at, guides you around the overhead panel and introduces you to the Flight Management Computer (FMC). First Officer John Cullom also shows you around the Mode Control Panel (MCP). You'll then follow the descent and approach brief for a Golden Gate Four arrival into San Francisco International Airport (KSFO) using runway 28L. During the flight you will not only see just how the aircraft is flown but will be able to follow Air Traffic Control, see the briefings and the checklists and procedures carried out in the cockpit on a scheduled airline flight.

    About Captain Alan Carter
    Captain Alan Carter was born in England in 1963. After completing his A levels, whilst also training for his PPL at school, Alan attended the Oxford Air Training School and completed his CPL/IR. Then when he was just 19 he was given a job by Dan Air Services as a co-pilot on the BAe 748 twin turboprop, based in Newcastle and later at London Gatwick.

    Alan operated both scheduled and charter passenger flights as well as freight contracts around the United Kingdom and Europe. Three years later Alan transferred onto the Boeing 727 aircraft operating charter flights throughout the Mediterranean.

    Alan remained on the Boeing 727 until November 1989, his last flight was into Berlin's Tegel airport the night the wall came down. He then left Dan Air and joined Virgin Atlantic on the Boeing 747-100/200 fleet as a co-pilot. Alan was promoted to Captain in 1994 at the age of 30. In February 1996 he was transferred to the Boeing 747-400 fleet.

    USD $ 17.99
     

Customer Reviews

I bought the A330 DVD recently, and it was fantastic.

The service from ITVV was first rate as always.

I was luck enough to 'fly' an A330 simulator at Alteon in Manchester lately, so this DVD brought it all back to me.

My sincere thanks to Julian Bond and Mark Haley, and of course ITVV, for a unique and very interesting DVD.

Brian Cattle

Great value for money, and an excellent DVD.

Ordered this on a Friday and received it the next day, absolute fab service.

Shows you everything you want to know, next one I buy will be the Virgin 744.

Ben Ellis

This is an absolutely first class DVD - well done!

The picture/sound quality is first rate, and the quality of production is superb.

There are several camera angles to keep things interesting, and even shots with the ground crew at Manchester and shots on the ground for the arrival in Florida.

I recommend this DVD without hesitation to any aviation fan.

Alistair

Hi,

I've had this programme for 2 years and i must say its a great programme to watch.

Julian was my pilot this summer from Glasgow to Larnaca was nice to meet him in person.

Well done!!!!

Ross Gunn

I now have a collection of four programmes so far and this is my favorite.

I love the A330 and Captain Julian Bond explained it all very well.

James Vaughan

I think it's one of the best programmes/DVD ITVV have done...

Dave Jessop

Great programme.

Captain's explanations very easy to follow.

Will be buying more, keep it up

Gareth Williams

Brilliant DVD.

Well presented, Capt. Julian Bond is excellent and his explanations easy to follow.

Thoroughly enjoyed it and will buy more.

Well-done ITVV!

Peter Bretnall

I think it is very good I would give it 10 out of 10

Mathew Clarke

What an excellent DVD!!

Its one of those DVD's you have to watch over and over again.

As I watch it I feel as though am actually there flying this incredible aircraft.... I wish!

Well worth every penny, I shall buy more!!

Clinton

My first programme from ITVV. I really enjoyed it.

Marshall

I've just finished watching this programme for the fourth time and it is just as good as the first.

I've now got a large collection of ITVV programmes and this is the best, only marginally beating the Virgin 747-400.

Well done on this great programme.

Capt. Yates

The A330-200 is a very high tech and economic aircraft and this surely proves the point when watching the programme.

The A330-200 looks very sleek in the Airtours colours but this programme is amongst the best to watch for those airbus enthusiasts.

James

This programme is excellent.

The presentation from the Captain is superb, going into detail and also making it easy to understand, even to me, a 14-year old

If you were to buy any programme from this site, make sure it's this one.

I'm hoping to make it as a pilot one day, and watching this programme really helps you to understand what is involved in flying.

Five stars.

Dave

This is an excellent programme.

Very detailed.

I work at the Orlando-Sanford Airport and it was very nice to see the airport featured so nicely and be able to see and hear several of my co-workers on this programme.

For someone who works with Airtours (now MyTravel) it is quite interesting to see what happens after the aircraft pushes back from the gate.

Again excellent job.

Reid Bartlam

Hello,

I watched this programme almost I think Five times and this is indeed a Fantastic Programme.

Captain Julian Bond has given a very Nice overview of all the on board systems in very neat and understandable language. His way of explanation is very good and makes everything to the point.

You get to know the some differences between A320 and A330!!

You are also able to go through the Pre-flight Briefings, Checklists and for some time observe how the Crew accomplish their tasks with Real ATC Voice in the background.

Photography is Simply Superb!!!

THIS IS THE BEST PROGRAMME FOR ALL AIRBUS LOVERS!!!

Warm Regards

Srihari J

Srihari J

I love this programme just watched it for the 2nd time, the captain gave the best description of the airbus I have seen so far.

Keep up the great work.

Jeff Gerbert

Excellent programme.

Well worth the money.

Mark Barlow

Really enjoyed the A330 programme.

I have been a customer since 1992 and have all your programmes. They are excellent.

Gary Darragh

Well done!

Very Good indeed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

John King

Excellent!!!

I was very pleased with the programme.

It was worth the money!

Well done!

C W Williamson

By far the best programme yet! (GO B737-300 being a close second!).

Captain Julian Bond's description of the EFIS and MCDU made a complex subject easier to understand.

I also enjoyed listening about Julian's career in flying and the route to pilot such an incredible aircraft.

Great approach briefing/detail and interesting to see TCAS in operation.

Keep up the great work!

Paul Davies

Absolutely stunning programme, which is worth every penny.

I can only highly recommend it to any aviation lover, but also to people that are not that much into aviation cause everything is explained so well.

I love those programmes! Keep up the good work!

Jan Urban

Great programme.

I was stunned when I saw the lack of flight controls. The joystick is on the Captain's left hand!!

This discovery made me on a recent American Airlines flight from the Dominican Republic to LA to ask permission after landing in Miami and LA to enter the flight deck.

I had the thrill of my lifetime when I was able to spend significant time on an A-300 and 757's left hand seat while at the gate.

Mario Ferretti

Great Programme.

Excellently made.

I will be buying the rest of the set in the future

Mathew

This is a superb programme.

Good camera views and especially the Captain who knew how to explain difficult things to others.

Janne

This is really a superbly made programme.

all the different procedures are explained by the Captain.

I especially like the see through charts and check list they are really well presented and the multiple camera shot for take off and landing are great.

Jonathan

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