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NOTE: This short 40 minute DVD is for classic jet fans only!
In early March of 2011, Royal Air Force Vickers VC-10 C.1K XV104 and her crew made a very much welcomed visit to Vancouver in order for some maintenance to be performed. Given the type’s rarity, videographer Henry Tenby did extensive filming, including the VC-10’s engine starts, run ups, extended taxi footage, and the final departure back home to Brize Norton on March 3. With exception to the flightdeck and cabin footage filmed during run-ups, this DVD offers mostly exterior footage. In response to popular demand, we’ve decided to release this short 40 minute DVD, so VC-10 fans can savour the sights and sounds of this superb aircraft.
SPECIAL NOTE TO CUSTOMERS:
This DVD was produced using compact low environmental impact packaging.
Chapter 1) RAF VC-10 crew
Chapter 2) MARCH 2/11 engine runs
Chapter 3) MARCH 3/11 engine starts
Chapter 4) Taxi for power-run
Chapter 5) Back from power-run
Chapter 6) Back to Brize
Chapter 7) Starting engines
Chapter 8) Starting #1
Chapter 9) Closing door
Chapter 10) Brakes released
Chapter 11) Next stop Brize
Chapter 12) End credits
Chapter 13) DVD Previews
Total running time: 40 minutes
This DVD is available in NTSC region-free format which will work on all current European DVD players.