Air Canada Express by Jazz CRJ-200 & Dash 8

Air Canada Express by Jazz CRJ-200 & Dash 8
  • (34)
Year: 2013
Genre(s): Documentary
Studio(s): Just Planes
Director(s): Udo Schaefer
Writers(s):
Run Time: 277 minutes

Size: 3.4 GB

Available Licenses

 US$ 30.00 Download to own, Unlimited viewing, 1 burn to DVD

Description

Jazz operates Canada's 2nd largest fleet with around 130 aircraft serving 80 destinations, mostly on behalf of Canada's largest airline, Air Canada.
Following in the steps of the extremely popular Air Canada Express by Jazz "East Coast Operations" we're delighted to be back for a "West Coast Operations" programs featuring some extremely challenging airports, breathtaking scenery, fantastic pilots and so much more. We also get a chance to complete the Jazz fleet, with both programs we will have covered the Dash 8-100/200/400 and the CRJ 100/200/705.

+ Cockpit filming using 4 cameras for great views on takeoff & landing!
+ Challenging Airports
+ Detailed Preflight Preparations
+ Briefings & Checklists
+ Special Procedures flying approaches in valleys at mountain airports
+ External Walkaround of Dash 8
+ Depature & Arrival Airport Charts
+ Cockpit Presentation of Canadair RJ
+ Cockpit Presentation of Dash 8
+ Fantastic scenery around British Columbia
+ Great variety of approaches into Vancouver with fantastic city views
+ 4 new Canadian cities in the Cockpit series with more than 65 cities now featured!


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 Larry Cañenguez, 
Air Canada Express CRJ-200 • CRJ-705 • Q-400 (HD)

Nice to see all these fantastic regional jets in the same program. Really enjoyed this one. Great job guys!

 Will Smith, 
Quality - Video & Standard

Being Canadian, I am a massive supporter of Air Canada which is the principal reason this is the first video I had purchased. I really enjoyed the overall quality of the content itself with the standards being up there. The pilots, for the most part, had been very interesting to listen to and the West Coast was beautiful. The only issue I had with this was the video quality. At times it was a bit disappointing and it made me feel like I was watching some video out of the 1980's. This has not changed my view on JustPlanes in any way other than how I will probably buy the HD Movie version in the future instead of the DVD to get the most out of it with better quality. If you are a big fan of the location or aircraft, I would still highly recommend it.