|Quoting alberchico (Reply 3):|
My complaint is that they are currently focusing way too much on Air Canada. Are they planning to dedicate a program to every aircraft they have in their fleet ? Not to mention the fact that they were probably the last production company in the US filming programs in the obsolete 4:3 full screen ratio. You would think that within the confines of a cockpit shooting in widescreen would make more sense. Having said that I love this series. My favorites are the ones featuring airlines flying obscure aircraft like Buffalo airways with the C-46 or the one featuring the Ilyushin IL-76. My all time top 3 would have to be the Cubana il-62, the Oasis 747-400, and the Air Atlanta 747 classic.
It's good to see you have caught the Just Planes bug like me and hope you enjoy them all.
If you haven't got the Air Canada B777-200LR Polar Flight then try and get this one,
Excellant quality especially the Blu-ray ones.
My complaint is that they are currently focusing way too much on Air Canada.
The reason for this can be found on their youtube page. If you read some of the comments, they have to get cooperation from the airlines of course to produce these videos, and Air Canada has been one of the most cooperative. Throw in the fact you are aiming for an english speaking audience and this makes sense. They would love to get a US airline on board, but of course with the lawyers in this country, the US Airlines have not been willing to help out save for the aforementioned UA video.
|Quoting justplanes (Reply 7):|
so if you want to benefit from the weekly specials it has to be on the justplanes.com, worldairroutes.com or justplanes.net websites
|Quoting justplanes (Reply 7):|
Suggest you check our website and facebook where we will be talking about this and making a formal announcements in the weeks to come...
|Quoting sk736 (Reply 13):|
I really can't see why it's taking so long to get more programmes up and running. Please give us some more programmes now!
|Quoting 777guy (Reply 14):|
sk736, you might want to give JP a little slack. He has more than just downloads to deal with. New Blue Ray about to be introduced Friday as well as having filming going on around the world. I bet by this time next year you will see a good selection.
New things like this take time.
|Quoting justplanes (Reply 20):|
I think it will happen
|Quoting Flying Belgian (Reply 25):|
Just watched the TK 77W DVD, I wondered why the footage of the go-around in NRT was cut ? Felt a bit frustrated on that, though there already was a missed approach footage of a 77W in the AC series (in YVR IIRC).
|Quoting A36001 (Reply 27):|
|Quoting sk736 (Reply 29):|
Well justplanes, I have to say that you've lived up to your promises about the range of programmes being added to your download store. I've bought all of the airport programmes and can't wait for more to be added! Well done.
|Quoting 777guy (Reply 31):|
Just Planes, I noticed on your facebook site you said one of the new cockpit videoes soon to be released will be for download only. That might be a problem for some of us as in my case I have older computer which I do not feel has compacity for these downloads. This has not been a problem to me prior because I have a large collection of DVD's and VCR's from the past. I would hate to see new airline choice that I could not purchase from you on Blueray Disc.
|Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 34):|
Nice to see Just Planes on here
Firstly always enjoyed your DVD's and have quite a few, have yet to get the blu ray versions....though the Turkish 777 looks great...
I must compliment you as well for the "Air Blue"..wow that was a total surprise, as one barely sees anything out of Pakistan...planning to get that too.
Finally, glad to see cabin services being included here, and it's a nice break to see the service concept especially when the rest of the video can get too technical...
Any plans for Etihad...especially on the AUH-YYZ sector
|Quoting 777guy (Reply 38):|
Well I guess there joint operations do not include common sense.
|Quoting N415XJ (Reply 45):|
Is this simply a security thing?