Aeroflot flight to Moscow: First time flying with Aeroflot

I’m gonna go ahead and get in line everybody’s lined up some people are doing yoga I don’t know what’s going on it’s like 2 a.m. in the airport in Beijing so who knows what’s going on, but I’m going to Moscow! Hey, Tripsters I’m here are at the airport and I’m about to head to Moscow and I’m gonna meet up with Yvonne but I’m about to fly out, this plane behind me is actually not my plane I’m

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How did the Apollo flight computers get men to the moon and back ?

There has been much speculation by some as to how the flight computer aboard the Apollo missions managed to get men to the moon when it had just a tiny fraction of a computing power of something like a modern smartphone. But this is quite misleading as it was not one solitary computer controlling the Apollo craft there were four computers and there were no fancy touchscreens GUI’s or other things in a typical computer of today to waste resources

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SOAR Case Study – Female Part 2

So are you ready for more of the failed life of Collette. These meds actually do make me feel a little better but they still don’t take away the pain that I feel deep down. Then there is the manic thing that’s what they call it. I actually – I actually don’t mind the manic side of it – I kind of like it. I kinda get things done. It’s a little like coke. I did coke before, little bit-

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Manchester United takeover bid REJECTED as shares SOAR over £3bn interest

 Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman was understood to be interested in buying a controlling stake in the Premier League giants for £3billion  Bin Salaman is one of the world’s richest men and was also reported to be interested in a full takeover  But his audacious bid has been knocked back by the Glazer family, while shares in the club have soared since the interest was revealed  United had a market of value of around £2.7bn on Monday morning, although a

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Kiteable ep.4 – The Endless Canal

We came back to Crimea This time we’re near the North-Crimean canal Last year when we traveled around Crimea we passed this canal and of course I decided to ride there Unfortunately last year it was semi-drained. There was almost no water This year were drove here with hope And saw that water level is really good! I should try! North-Crimean canal was built in USSR to irrigate the fields It goes through the all Crimea But… we have other

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ENGLISH SPEECH | PSY: Be Funny, Be You (English Subtitles)

Wow, it’s Oxford. Beautiful! All right, so when I was 15 I saw a video footage of Queen at the Wembley Stadium and they sang Bohemian Rhapsody, it was literally shocked, first of all, the song itself it was shocked because it was too long and it has too many changes. So I was Korean, I didn’t know what the lyrics were about and I was not familiar with the opera thing. So like slow things going on and then

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The G.I. Bill | Upper Limit Aviation

I remember it was my sophomore year in high school. I was trying to think of what I wanted to do with my life. And it’s always been intrigued by helicopters. Researched a little bit about it, found out how much it costs. And it was kind of like a dream that was shattered. I was really bored in college. I decided I need to find something else to do with my life, something that felt more fulfilling than what

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Flight Delay Compensation: Jean & Trevor’s Story

We were flying from Manchester going to Skiathos for what should have been a 7 day holiday our delay was a total of 31 and a half hours when you’re only going for a week, you know for 7 days 31 and a half hours is a big chunk out of your holiday we should have arrived Tuesday lunchtime and we arrived Wednesday late evening by the time we actually got on holiday you know, we felt we lost so

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Junkers J.1 – Canada Aviation and Space Museum

The Junkers J.I aircraft, also known as the “Möbelwagen” or “Furniture Van,” is a German warplane from the First World War. Designed by engineer Hugo Junkers during the First World War and first test flown in 1917, the Junkers J.I was the first all metal aircraft in the world to enter series production. The plane was constructed from an aluminium alloy with a front fuselage made of 5 mm chrome-nickel sheet-steel. The metal components resulted in a strong aircraft that

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ADS-B for General Aviation

[Pilot chatter] It saved my life. Not only can I see traffic and weather, but I can see the same traffic and weather that I’m talking to the air traffic controller with. As a result of the investment I made in ADS-B I may have saved my life that day. Randall Burdette, former chairman of the National Association of State Aviation Officials, has flown general aviation aircraft for 40 years. I think one of the key things for us in

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