B747-200 Classic - NTSC

Category: Download NTSC
Manufacturer: Boeing
Manufacturer Boeing
Price

USD $ 18.99

Language English
Certificate Exempt Work
Copyright For Private Domestic Use Only
Running Time 112 minutes
Chapter Points 57
Product Type Instant Download NTSC
Product Standard NTSC
Disk Size DVD 5
Product Status Superseded By B747-200 Streaming
SKU 5028940030739DL
Quantity
OUT OF STOCK
Description

In this documentary-style programme we join Captain Guy Stephenson, Virgin Atlantic's B747-200 fleet manager, Chief Flight Engineer Alan Bonnick and First Officer Adrian Thurley on flight number VS005/6 from London Gatwick to Miami, Florida and the return journey to Gatwick. En-route Guy, Alan and Adrian will guide you around the various systems that make this a truly "Classic" Jumbo aircraft.

  • 112 minute DVD
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways
  • London Gatwick > Miami, Florida, USA
  • Detailed tour and explanation of the Flight Engineers Systems Panel

In addition to seeing and hearing all key aspects of the flight and aircraft operation from the aircrew's perspective, this multi camera shoot programme will introduce you to such systems as the INS (Inertial Navigation System), Selcal which is a selective calling system and is part of the aircraft communications system and many others.

Alan will give you a detailed tour and explanation of the Flight Engineers systems panel, encompassing the engine secondary instrumentation, electrics, fuel, hydraulic and air conditioning panels. Then join Adrian who will provide you with an insight into the many systems which go to make up the overhead panel. Guy will take you through topics such as TCAS (Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System), NATS (North Atlantic Track System) and a flight progress Chart.

This programme is suitable for anyone who is interested in how these aircraft fly. A truly educational programme for all to enjoy on one of the world's best loved airliners.

About the Aircrew
Captain Guy Stephenson is the fleet manager for Virgin Atlantic Airways Boeing 747-200 aircraft. Guy was an Undergraduate at the Loughborough College of Technology, where he obtained a Diploma (Hons) in Industrial Chemistry.

In 1958 he became a pilot officer in the Royal Air Force and obtained his wings in January 1960. Several years later he became a Squadron Pilot of 213 Squadron in the Allied Tactical Airforce in Germany. Developing his flying career in 1966, he became a Pilot for the British Overseas Airways Corporation, piloting the Boeing 707 fleet.

In 1975 Guy obtained his Command on the B707 and is also an Authorised Examiner for the CAA. He later became a Base Training Captain on the B747-400. In his spare time he is to be found sailing, playing tennis, squash and skiing.

5 Stars 
 9 reviews

5 Most Recent Customer Reviews


Ben Ellis This customer purchased the item at our site.

I ordered my DVD on Friday, the person taking my order was very nice, and he said it would be on my doorstep either the next morning or Monday, can you believe it, it came the next morning, very excellent service.

The DVD was fab, soon I'm going to get the 747-400, I also can't congratulate ITVV enough for a great job they have done.

James Vaughan This customer purchased the item at our site.

Hi just to let you know that the First Officer Adrian Thurley in now a Captain with Virgin Atlantic on the Boeing 747-400

Thierry Lejeune This customer purchased the item at our site.

Thank you at ITVV for this one, the DVD arrived very quickly.

The DVD "747-200 virgin Atlantic" is superb!

I recommend it to you.

Sam Quinnell This customer purchased the item at our site.

Personally I regard this programme as my favourite.

Purely because the programme gives such vivid description of a truly classic aircraft.

I also like the fact that all 3 pilots don't get too boring for instance. They explain each instrument in very good detail and don't ramble on about items, which are less important.

I also feel the trio make an excellent job of trying to include factors about flying from a passengers point of view e.g. why you shouldn't drink too much alcohol on a flight etc and this makes the production even better.

Yet another superb programme by ITVV.

Philip de Kemp This customer purchased the item at our site.

I really enjoyed watching this flight operation with the Boeing 747-200 "classic".

Captain Guy Stephenson gives very detailed information about the flight instruments, which was easy to understand. He explained, for instance, how the Inertial Navigation System works and how pilots use it.

First Officer Adrian Thurley and Chief Flight Engineer Alan Bonnick where also very clear when they discussed various systems in the Boeing 747-200 "classic".

I saw that the crew worked as a team, with some humorous moments.

Yours

Philip
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