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Former chinese president Hu Jintao arriving in Copenhagen in his 747-400P escorted by two danish F16's from the Danish Air Force. He was welcomed by the danish queen. Hu Jintao was the first ever chinese president to visit Denmark. Made in cooperation with AelovaraS: http://www.youtube.com/user/aelovaras ----------------------------------------------- We are on Facebook! www.facebook.com/pages/Rasmus-Productions/127125757365112 Feel free to contact us on Facebook for business enquiries, use of video content, or requests. © Rasmus Productions
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It's not every day an airport goes up for sale, but that's exactly what recently happened in Spain. What makes it even more unusual is a Chinese investment group wants to buy the abandoned airport for just $11,000.The Ciudad Real airport was built six years ago but closed in 2012. Although the owners of the airport stand to lose almost all their money, the town itself has high hopes. CCTV's Dan Williams filed this report. More details: The town of Ciudad Real has a population of 75,000 people and is a two-hour drive from Madrid. The airport in Ciudad Real opened in 2009 at a cost of about 500 million dollars. It has a four kilometer runway, able to handle the world's biggest passenger planes, but stands empty and closed down.
Shennongjia airport located in Hubei province, 2580m elevation,more than 1500m higher than nearby ground: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shennongjia_Hongping_Airport More photos about this airport: http://difang.kaiwind.com/hubei/lysk/201402/19/t20140219_1412851.shtml http://bbs.hisnj.com/thread-154-1-1.html
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It was Nico first time flying a private jet. He was a bit scared of the turbulence, but all in all it was such a fun trip for him, and as soon as we landed, he couldn't stop talking about his flying experience, and how he is now a big boy and not scare of anything. ;-)
Flying aboard your own jet means one thing - luxury. From fine china to restaurant quality food, anything is possible. So just what can you expect if you fly on a PJ soon? CNBC's Phil Han steps onboard a Global 6000 to find out. ----- Subscribe to CNBC International: http://bit.ly/1eiWsDq Like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram @cnbcinternational Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/CNBCi Subscribe to our WeChat broadcast CNBC_international
China has unveiled its first large passenger aircraft to be made on home soil. One of China's state-owned plane manufacturers has produced the plane in a Chinese initiative to compete in the market for large passenger jets. China is one of the world's biggest aviation markets but currently relies on Boeing and Airbus aircraft. The new C919 was rolled out at a ceremony attended by some 4,000 government officials and other guests at a hangar near Shanghai's International Airport. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
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What a morning at Zurich Airport! It was the day after the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2016 at Davos, Switzerland had finished, and a lot of participants started their journey back home. It was the first time I went spotting for this reason, and it was just amazing - I've never seen so many specials at ZRH in such a short period of time. I didn't catch all specials, but in this video I show you the ones I've got, I hope you enjoy! NOTE: The takeoff footage of the C-4B isn't a good example for nice camera work, I'm sorry for that. There were many photographs around me such that I didn't have a lot of space to pan the camera. Additionally, a photograph to my right constantly hustled me, what made it even worse. Those of you who do videospotting as well will know what I mean... VIDEO LOG 0:0...
CAHOKIA, ILLINOIS — A St. Louis woman is now facing charges after she tried to jack a corporate jet from the St. Louis Downtown Airport in Cahokia and fly it to China. Sauget, Illinois Police Chief Patrick Delaney says 38-year-old Naima Wartts broke into the airplane because she wanted to fly to China. The FBI, TSA and Homeland Security are all on the case. Wartts was able to get past security in her car before she sneaked onto the jet. She got onto an unlocked corporate jet owned by a bank in Hong Kong. Jet aviation workers saw Wartts trying to start the plane, but the battery was disconnected because of maintenance. If it had not been disconnected, officials think she may have been able to pilot the jet. "She reads a lot of aeronautics magazines,"Delaney said. "I think she might ...