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NOTE: THIS DVD CONTAINS EXTERIOR FOOTAGE ONLY – SUITABLE FOR HARDCORE PROPLINER FANS
In the summer of 2010, a very special series of charters took place at Vancouver Airport’s South Terminal. Air North of Whitehorse based two of their Hawker Siddeley HS748s in Vancouver to operate four times weekly charters serving fishing resorts situated on BC’s west coast.
HS748s C-FCSE and C-FYDY were both based in Vancouver along with their crews to haul fisherman and their equipment and catch between Vancouver, Sandspit, Bella Bella and Denny Island.
The British built HS748 remains very popular in Canada, where this remarkable aircraft is prized for her versatility and ruggedness, and her ability to haul a full payload from a short gravel strip with greater range than her closest competitors. For these reasons the aircraft is ideally suited for the fishing charter market.
Filmed with broadcast video equipment from Vancouver’s South Terminal, the sights and sounds of this remarkable turboprop can be savoured in all their glorious, ear-piercing splendour.
After a brief introduction to the capabilities of 748, this DVD serves up heaps of non-stop, heart-pounding Rolls-Royce Dart engine action. It’s bound to put a smile on the face of any true, red-blooded propliner fan! The bulk of this DVD serves up one 748 departure after another. Who can ever grow tired of 748s winding up their Darts? Music to the ears for true propliner connoisseurs!
SPECIAL NOTE TO CUSTOMERS:
This DVD was produced using compact low environmental impact packaging.
Chapter 1) Introduction
Chapter 2) Meet the HS748
Chapter 3) Richmond’s South Terminal
Chapter 4-14) HS748 Departures
Chapter 15) HS748 Arrival
Chapter 16-17) HS748 Departures
Chapter 18) HS748 Arrival
Chapter 19-20) HS748 Departures
Chapter 21-22) HS748 Arrivals
Chapter 23) End credits
Chapter 24) Bonus Track 1: 737-200 Action
Chapter 25) Bonus Track 2: One more 748 clip
Chapter 26) DVD Previews
Total running time: 104 minutes
This DVD is available in NTSC region-free format which will work on all current European DVD players.
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