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Best low pass ever seen 24s

Best low pass ever seen

The airplanes of Escuadrilla Hangar del Cielo make this unbelievable low pass, flying with the wing tip is just a few centimeters from the grass and passing to really close to the cameraman.

Flying back 15s

Flying back

This video show a light aerobatic airplane flying in a really difficult day, with a strong wind over 80 km / h. The wind was so much that the plane was flying backwards and could not go ahead.

Barber Shop Robbery - PART 2 1m10s

Barber Shop Robbery - PART 2

This is the second part of the robbery at a barber shop by a couple of thieves. As the video show, the male thieves enter to the barber shop affter breaking a windows with a brick (showing in the video part 1) and get out with the day recaudation. This video show a couple of thieves get in in a barber shop. The episode was in the city of La Plata, Argentina at 23 hrs.

Barber Shop Robbery - PART 1 1m04s

Barber Shop Robbery - PART 1

This video show a couple of thieves get in in a barber shop. The episode was in the city of La Plata, Argentina at 23 hrs. As the video show, the barber shop it was closed at that time, so the couple of thieves came with a piece of brick and broke the window. They gone with out entering this time, but a few minutes later came back and get inside. That was show in the video part 2.

Incredible Cockpit View From Aerobatic Flight35s

Incredible Cockpit View From Aerobatic Flight

Do you remember those scenes in the cartoons that we watched as children, of airplanes scribbling on the sky with white exhaust gas? They would draw spirals, hearts and all sorts of messages. It looked absolutely awesome! The truth is, it can be done in real life too, even though it might not be as perfect looking as in those cartoons. A pilot from aerobatic flight team "Escuadrilla Argentina de Acrobacia Aerea" provides us with this incredible view from inside his cockpit during an airshow in San Juan city, Argentina. How cool is that? He is a part of a triplet of smaller aircrafts which fly in the sky above San Juan and perform different tricks. They fly one beside the other, then they split into three, but the magic happens when they start spiraling in a perfect vertical circle in the sky. It’s so incredibly smooth, it might make you dizzy. The pilot is actually flying the plane upside down at one point and the footage is so crazy it literally defies gravity. So you see, it’s not as easy as they portray it to be in the animated movies. Aerobatics is a legitimate sport . Although aerobatics are used in pilot training to prepare new pilots in handling rough and unpredictable situations during flights, they are also performed during competitions where referees judge the performed spirals and spins. The aircrafts used for these performances are usually training aircrafts, gliders and in some occasions it might even be a helicopter. In the early days of aerobatics, the planes were part of a flying circus used for entertainment purposes.

B777 air condensation 54s

B777 air condensation

In the video you can see how the air condenses for several seconds as it passes through the wing of a Boening 777 during the landing at the airport of Shripol, Amsterdam.

World's Largest Passenger Jet Pulls Off Jaw-Dropping Take Off2m10s

World's Largest Passenger Jet Pulls Off Jaw-Dropping Take Off

This is the stomach-churning video showing a passenger jet in a steep vertical climb as its experienced pilots show off what the cutting-edge jet is actually capable of, unveiling the heart-pounding video which shows the Airbus A380 putting through its paces. Footage shows this eyebrow-raising video of a Airbus A380 performing an insanely steep takeoff. The video sees the aircraft embark on an extreme and immediate ascent, at one stage appearing as though the plane was acting like a rocket. It was all for show, demonstrating the pilot’s marvelous skills as well as the new plane’s durability. The tense footage shows the airplane rocketing into an almost vertical climb before taking one rather sharp turn “‘round the block”. The film was shot to demonstrate the capabilities of the magnificent aircraft. If you are afraid of flying, then you better not watch the clip. Although it is pretty awesome! According to Wikipedia, the Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine jet airliner manufactured by European manufacturer Airbus. It is the world's largest passenger airliner, and the airports at which it operates have upgraded facilities to accommodate it. It was initially named Airbus A3XX and designed to challenge Boeing's monopoly in the large-aircraft market. The A380 made its first flight on 27 April 2005 and entered commercial service on 25 October 2007 with Singapore Airlines.Watch the incredible takeoff and amazing maneuvers this giant plane is able to pull off. The wings are flexible, strong and help for a smoother ride!

Mind blowing multi-camera aerobatic flight show50s

Mind blowing multi-camera aerobatic flight show

In this amazing footage you can see on board cameras of an awesome maneuver of the most popular air team in Argentina. The maneuver consists of two airplanes flying dangerously close to each other, and a third airplane performing some stunning rolls!

Stunt plane pulls off flawless low pass8s

Stunt plane pulls off flawless low pass

It's a bird! It's a plane! Oh wait, it's really a plane! Watch as in this video pilot Antonio Falistocco magnificently conducts a seemingly perfect low pass with his aerobatic plane to the delight of everyone in attendance. Look at how easy he makes it look! Who knew that planes like this could pull awesome stunts just like this one?! What we do know is that this video is very entertaining and is one that should not be missed by anyone! This video is absolutely crazy! This plane flew so close to the ground that you thought he was going to land! Also did you see the angle that he flew past was on? This really is one daring pilot! Not to mention that he made it look so easy! Who knows how many hours Antonio has put into this stunt to perfect it! Most people can't fly a plane like this, let alone perform that crazy stunt! If they ever wanted to perform a stunt like this, they could always get some awesome r-c planes from Amazon ! Have you ever seen a stunt like this? Let us know down in the comments!

Skilled Pilot Touches Ground Mid-Flight With Stunt Plane Wing16s

Skilled Pilot Touches Ground Mid-Flight With Stunt Plane Wing

Cockpit view from inside the plane of a member the "Hangar Del Cielo" aerobatic team features an incredibly dangerous stunt. After making an impressive cross and low pass with an oncoming airplane, this pilot flies so close to the ground that he is able to touch it with his left wing tip. Awesome! Watch this incredible video as the pilot magnificently conducts a seemingly perfect low pass with his aerobatic plane to the delight of everyone in attendance. Look at how easy he makes it look to control a stunt plane! Who knew that planes like this could pull awesome stunts! Footage shows a stunt plane flying so close to the ground only to get the plane wing to touch the ground in this incredible stunt, getting the audience to think that it is actually going to land at high speed! This really is one daring pilot! Not to mention that he made it look so easy! Who knows how many hours this skilled pilot put into this stunt to perfect it! The internet is full of crazy stunts, some crazier than the others, but the most dangerous and insane ones of all always involve planes and touchdowns. There is just something about a vehicle that moves above the ground that has always intrigued and mesmerized the human! Maybe it is the fact that humans cannot fly that makes it all the more interesting. One crazy aerial stunt was pulled off in this clip that is worth the trouble! The pilot of this plane pulls off an incredible low-flying plane stunt as he manages to touch the ground with one of the wings in a very particular way. He flew as close to the ground as possible and narrowed the aircraft so that its wing could touch the ground! Talk about insane! The pilot was very brave to even attempt to pull off a stunt like this as there was a very high risk of danger involved!

Cockpit view of aerobatic airplane captures dangerous stunt43s

Cockpit view of aerobatic airplane captures dangerous stunt

A pilot from aerobatic flight team "Escuadrilla Argentina de Acrobacia Aerea" provides us with this incredible view from inside his cockpit as his team conducts a maneuver called "The Bomb". After makes some loops, the pilots coordinate a perfect 120 degree separation to draw the figure in the sky.

Cockpit view captures unbelievable air show stunt50s

Cockpit view captures unbelievable air show stunt

The pilots of the aerobatic team "Hangar Del Cielo" share this incredible footage as they skillfully perform a maneuver called "The Satellite." In this stunt two planes fly extremely close to one each other while a third plane makes some dangerous rolls over them.

Stunt planes come within mere inches of each other37s

Stunt planes come within mere inches of each other

Two aerobatics planes of the "Hangar Del Cielo" flight team conduct an incredibly dangerous maneuver by crossing each other's path. Slow motion shows us just how close they were able to get! Filmed at the Airshow of Airshow of Rodelillo Viña del Mar, Chile.

Pilot executes jaw-dropping inverted flight stunts1m12s

Pilot executes jaw-dropping inverted flight stunts

A pilot of the 'Escuadrilla Hangar del Cielo', an Argentinian aerobatic air team, shows off some moves that will make you questions if this is video game footage! After conducting some stunts with three other planes flying in formation, this daredevil performs an inverted flight between a ship and the docks of the Paran River, just a few meters from the water. Amazing!