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Aviation TV

  Topic Started By:  isoexcite    On:  Mon 17th November, 2014 at 13:30
Posts: 2
#1  Aviation TV  Posted 17/11/2014 at 13:30
Hi all,

I am new here.

Thanks for welcoming me and I hope to learn something from you folk!

I also have a quick question - I hope this is the appropriate place to ask - apologies in advance if it is not.

Soon I will be the proud owner of an Internet aware TV.

Being an aviation "enthusiast", I often find there is not much available on satellite TV where I live, other than the odd aircrash investigation or something.

The internet however has a lot of stuff out there.

I was wondering if anybody knew of an internet TV channel which might be available out there dedicated to aviation?

I'm happy to pay a bit of "dollar" if need be, so long as the content is filled with decent documentaries...

I've tried searching, but all I can really come up with is a lot of stuff on youtube - which is a minefield to navigate to what I want.

I'm looking for something dedicated to aviation.

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#2  Re: Aviation TV  Posted 19/11/2014 at 05:47
In reply to post #1...
For those interested, I stumbled across this below, which I thought was great!

(Especially nice because it also comes over nicely on my smartphone so I can watch it while in bed - as long as I use the headphones to not disturb my wife!...

I will stick with this for now, almost exactly what I was looking for:
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#3  Re: Aviation TV  Posted 23/08/2016 at 15:35
In reply to post #1...
Hi all,

Yep ! a french TV named AIRTV, the chanel of sky and space

Available on internet and all connected devices as "Flipps" or "FilmonTV" or directly on their web site or

The chanel broadcast in french, with some programs in English
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#4  Re: Aviation TV  Posted 17/12/2016 at 09:11
I started watching Aviation TV since having read this post, some of the video's are interesting to look at indeed
I personally am a big fan of the youtube channel of the Baltic Aviation Academy.
Dropped onto it by coincidence and what is so interesting about it is that they try out all sorts of things in their 737 and A320 simulators.
Like: can a flight attendant land the plane?
Or: can an A320 pilot fly a circuit to land in a 737-300?

As a modest private pilot flying a Cessna or Robin over the week end, those video's are really interesting to see. Love 'em!
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