ITALIAN PILOT SETS NEW ALTITUDE RECORD - 1 Pilot POV flying above the clouds as famous Italian aviator Renato Donati breaks the world altitude record when his plane reaches 47,340 feet. Afterwards a slighty disoriented but happy Renato is helped from his plane by his ecstatic countrymen.
AVIATOR TESTS FIRST FLIGHT PRESSURE SUIT Aviation pioneer Wiley Post makes the first practical advances in pressurized flying as he tests the world’s first pressure suit reaching an altitude of 40,000 feet.
LADY PILOTS ATTEMPT ENDURANCE FLIGHT Pilots Mary Owens and Jeanne Larene of Dallas, Texas set out to break the endurance record of staying aloft for more than ten days. The girls take turns sleeping and refuel in mid-air.
KINGFORD-SMITH & TAYLOR SET NEW FLIGHT RECORD Australian aviators Capt. P.G. Taylor and Sir Charles Kingford-Smith fly from Australia to San Francisco, California in the Lady Southern Cross setting a new record of being the first to fly the route via the Pacific.
PRIVATE PLANE EMERGENCY LANDING A small passenger plane makes an emergency landing with failed landing gear. As it skids on its belly to a stop, an emergency crew drives in to douse the underside with water for fear of fire.
Date: November 29, 2007 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:26:00, No Audio
VIEW OF BOATS AND HOUSES ON ST. BARTS From the point of view of a tourist on a small plane other tourists look up at the cockpit. A close up of the co-pilot turning knobs in the cockpit. Out the window is St. Barts with dozens of boats in a harbor and lots of houses with red roofs. The passengers watch as the pilot brings the plane down.
Date: 2000s - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:16:00, No Audio
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