Honeywell Boeing 720 Crew Training at KIWA DVD

Honeywell Boeing 720 crew training
Honeywell Boeing 720 Crew Training at KIWA DVDHoneywell Boeing 720 Crew Training at KIWA DVD

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Honeywell’s Phoenix-based Boeing 720 N720H has proven to be a reliable engine and avionics test bed for the past twenty years.

In this 131 minute DVD, airline videographers Henry Tenby and Anthony J. Hickey and the 720 crew take you along for a complete cockpit crew recurrent training session on Honeywell’s Boeing 720.

This DVD is the most comprehensive live filming of the Boeing 720 ever produced since the maiden flight of the 720 flown by Tex Johnston at Renton on November 25, 1959.

With three pro video cameras recording the action from the cabin, flight deck and exterior, you’ll experience the unique sights and sounds of Honeywell’s un-hushed stage I Boeing 720 as never before documented on film.

It is all here including engine start and departure at PHX, the flight en-route to KIWA, air-to-air footage, touch & goes at KIWA, several full-stop landings, maximum power take-offs against the brakes, plenty of wing views forward and aft, loads of cockpit time, exterior footage, and the flight back to PHX, taxi in and shut down. The Boeing 720 action on this DVD is amazing!

DVD Programs
Chapter 1) Flight Engineer Ian Bell Intro
Chapter 2) Captain Helmuth Eggeling Intro
Chapter 3) Pre-flight
Chapter 4) Starting engines
Chapter 5) Off blocks and taxi
Chapter 6) PHX take-off
Chapter 7) Airborne to KIWA (air-to-air footage)
Chapter 8) Landing KIWA
Chapter 9) KIWA take-off
Chapter 10) KIWA touch and go
Chapter 11) KIWA landing
Chapter 12) KIWA take-off
Chapter 13) Another touch and go
Chapter 14) Behind wing view from cabin
Chapter 15) Throttles up against the brakes for take-off
Chapter 16) Landing, take-off, landing
Chapter 17) Throttles up against the brakes for take-off
Chapter 18) Behind the wing cabin view take-off
Chapter 19) Another landing
Chapter 20) Engine air starts
Chapter 21) Throttles up!
Chapter 22) Three more circuits (exterior footage)
Chapter 23) Last KIWA take-off
Chapter 24) Henry Tenby recap
Chapter 25) Flying back to PHX (air-to-air)
Chapter 26) Landing PHX
Chapter 27) Taxi back to stand
Chapter 28) Engine shutdown
Chapter 29) End credits
Chapter 30) Bonus track: Honeywell B720 on Good Morning Arizona 6/6/95
Chapter 31) DVD previews

Total running time of: 131 minutes
4X3 screen format

This DVD is available in NTSC region-free format (which will work on all current European DVD players)

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Honeywell Boeing 720 Crew Training at KIWA DVD
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This DVD is the most comprehensive live filming of the Boeing 720 ever produced since the maiden flight of the 720 flown by Tex Johnston at Renton on November 25, 1959. With three pro video cameras recording the action from the cabin, flight deck and exterior, you'll experience the unique sights and sounds of Honeywell's un-hushed stage I Boeing 720 as never before documented on film.
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Henry Tenby
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