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In the hundred-year-plus history of aviation, truly radical new aircraft designs come along only once in a generation, and since the early 1970s, there has been very little new in the skies... that is, until now. Soaring onto the passenger airline scene are the ""game changing"" Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A380. See how a century of aviation trial and error, and some of the seminal airplanes of the 20th century influenced the design of the Dreamliner. You'll thrill at the flight of a few of these legendary airplanes in some of the most breathtaking sequences ever seen. You will see the first public flight of the massive, but super efficient Airbus A380 at the 2007 Paris Air Show and the first flight of the smaller, even more efficient 787, the first-ever carbon fiber airliner that made its maiden flight in 2009. This unique cinematic experience shows how the 787 might affect the next 100 years of aeronautical design.
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Aviation is in my blood, Flying is a passion, this 3D Blu-Ray explores in depth, every aspect of flight, the stereovision does tend to ghost a little in places due to the fact that... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Free 3D Model Downloads and Website SEO Tips
Item as described and shipped promptly Recommend to all A+++ ThanksPublished 5 months ago by Henry F. Hartlove