WAR : Air Caraibes A330, ATR-72, E-145, DO-228

WAR : Air Caraibes A330, ATR-72, E-145, DO-228
  • (6)
Year: 2005
Genre(s): Aviation , Documentary , Airline , Cockpit
Studio(s): Just Planes Videos
Director(s): Just Planes
Writer(s):
Run Time: 120 minutes

Size: 1.6 GB
 US$ 15.00 Download to own, Unlimited viewing, 1 burn to DVD

Description

Air Caraibes operates a fleet of modern Airbus A330s on transatlantic routes from Martinique and Guadeloupe to Paris. For domestic and regional Caribbean routes the airline uses Embraer Regional Jets, ATR and other aircraft which are all featured on this program.

The dvd starts with a roundtrip transatlantic flight on the Airbus A330 from Fort de France to Paris' Orly Airport.

You then fly the Embraer 145 to Haiti, the Dominican Republic and St Maarten's famous airport, that is followed by a spectacular hop on the Cessna Caravan from St Maarten to St Barth and the Dornier from St Barth to Point A Pitre.A very scenic flights around Guadeloupe on the Cessna and an ATR flight to St Martin's French side airport conclude this Caribbean dvd.

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 Ian Mark, 
Great Effort

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