World’s Busiest Control Tower conversations

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Oshkosh's Wittman Regional Airport, Wisconsin, USA.
This was recorded in 2003 for the Airventure aviation celebration, where every year the ATC tower becomes the busiest control tower in the world for a couple of days.

Some Funny Air Traffic Control Conversations

A mix of funny air traffic control conversations recorded over the years on Liveatc.net.
All recordings are of flights landing or departing JFK airport in New York:
1. A Japan Airlines cargo plane arriving from Chicago late at night.
2. An air traffic controller clears his daughter and granddaughter to land.
3. A British Airways flight tries to cut ahead in line for takeoff.
4. A Chautauqua crew is surprised by the lack of traffic at JFK on Saturday morning.
5. A Mesaba flight is delayed by a passenger in need of a toilet break during taxi.

All conversations recorded on Liveatc.net and edited/subtitled by myself.

F-35 Lightning – Death Valley (4k)

Royal Netherlands Air Force promotional shoot. 2 x F-35A Lightning II's putting on a show in California, December 2017.

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Top 10 Most Expensive Helicopters in the World

Helicopters are seen and introduced in the world from 1936 when the Focke Wulf FW61 was introduced. Then in 1941 Igor Sikorsky has made almost 131 total helicopters. Before the invention of helicopters, there was the machine which was able to lift up and land vertically on the ground. Helicopters are used for different purposes which include cargo handling, Construction, rescue, search, firefighting, tourism, medical, transport and also for the aerial observation which differs according to the use of the person.

There are different brands in the world which are making helicopters with different features which differ in their price according to their features and technology used in them. Some rich people of the world also own their private helicopters for their personal use as they can afford them for their comfort and to maintain their standard of living in the society which depicts their status to others. Helicopters are considered much expensive and luxurious way of traveling in the world.
The following are top 10 most expensive helicopters ever made in the world:

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10. Eurocopter EC135
9. Eurocopter EC145
8. AgustaWestland AW109
7. Eurocopter EC175
6. Eurocopter EC155
5. Sikorsky S-76C
4. AgustaWestland AW139
3. Bell 525
2. Sikorsky S92
1. AgustaWestland AW101

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Air Force One

Air Force One is the official air traffic control call sign of a United States Air Force aircraft carrying the President of the United States. In common parlance the term refers to those Air Force aircraft specifically designed, built, and used for the purpose of transporting the president. The Presidential aircraft is a prominent symbol of the American presidency and its power.

The idea of designating specific military aircraft to transport the President arose in 1943, when officials of the United States Army Air Forces — the predecessor to the U.S. Air Force — became concerned with relying on commercial airlines to transport the President. A C-87 Liberator Express was reconfigured for use as a presidential transport; however, it was rejected by the Secret Service amid concerns over the aircraft's safety record. A C-54 Skymaster was then converted for presidential use; this aircraft, dubbed the Sacred Cow, transported President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Yalta Conference in February 1945, and was subsequently used for another two years by President Harry S. Truman.

The "Air Force One" call sign was created after a 1953 incident during which a flight carrying President Dwight D. Eisenhower entered the same airspace as a commercial airline flight using the same call sign. Several aircraft have been used as Air Force One since the creation of the presidential fleet, including two Boeing 707s introduced in the 1960s and 1970s, respectively; since 1990, the presidential fleet has consisted of two Boeing VC-25As — specifically configured, highly customized Boeing 747-200B series aircraft. The Air Force is looking into replacing the two VC-25 aircraft with three replacement aircraft beginning in 2017.

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2012 Waste Management Phoenix Open Golf-MetLife Blimp- What it take to provide video from Blimp

Take a ride over the 2012 Waste Management Phoenix Open. Find out what it takes to put the blimp in the air.
The MetLife Blimp Program, initiated in 1987, underwent an expansion in 1994. MetLife currently operates three airships known as "Snoopy One," "Snoopy Two," and "Snoopy J." Structurally, the blimps are the same A60+ model. All of the blimps are permanently decaled with the corporate logo "MetLife" on either side.

"Snoopy Two" was launched from Hillsboro, Oregon in October, 1993. The primary difference between the two blimps is their geographic regions of operation; "Snoopy Two" spends the winter months on the West Coast touring California, Nevada and Arizona.Chief Pilot is Charles Smith, "Snoopy J" was launched in Japan in November of 2010.
The primary focus of the blimp program is providing aerial coverage of sporting and special events. In a typical year, "Snoopy One" and "Snoopy Two" cover approximately 70 events for a variety of networks including NBC, CBS, ABC, ESPN and TGC. The blimps can be seen capturing shots of events ranging from the US Open and PGA Championship, to NFL football games across the country
The First weekend of February Snoopy Two was in Scottsdale AZ.

AIRSHOW – Scottsdale Airport Air Show Highlights Compilation – F-18 B-17 L-39 Cobra Helicopters

– Scottsdale Airshow Event List 2011…
Military Helicopter Flybys (Cobra and Huey)
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F-18 Fighter Jets Arrive
WWII Bomber Rides — B-17 and B-25
DC-3 Rides through the Wings of Flight Foundation
Nanchang CJ-6 Yak Formation Flight
Stearman Formation Flight
Grumman TBM Avenger Flyby
Tuskegee Airmen P-51 Flyby
Short Tucano Trainer for the Royal Air Force Flyby
1946 Beech C-45 Flyby
Rocket Launch by the Civil Air Patrol
F-18s Depart
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