Gerᴍᴀɴ documentary series PilotsEYE.tv offers a thorough look inside an airplane’s cockpit. Under Thomas Aigner’s leadership, AignerMEDIA GmbH makes the movies. The documentary series, which uses ᴍᴀɴy high definition cameras to chronicle the pilot’s daily activities, is intended for regular passengers and aviation aficionados.
The spectator is given a summary of information on refueling, flight time, flight status, and aircraft type. The recordings from the cockpit, some exteriors, and recordings from the control tower illustrate the pre-flight preparations, push back, taxiing, takeoff, as well as approach and landing procedures in detail. Only a few sᴄᴇɴᴇs during the flight are displayed, such as crew changes, route alterations, or captivating window views. The pilots give explanations on some facets of their jobs and insights into how the aircraft operates.
In this PilotsEYE.tv flight experience, an Aᴜsᴛʀɪᴀn Airlines A321-212 travels from Vienna to Barcelona through the full east-west Alps route. By taking advantage of the holidays and “helpful air traffic controllers,” Airbus Chief Pilot Hans Klikovich and his co-pilot Conny Ollinger are able to take the OS 397’s passengers from Vienna directly over the Alpine chain, including the Grossglockner, Zugspitze, Matterhorn, and Mont Blanc, before flying them along the Côte d’Azur all the way to Barcelona. Air traffic control will quickly permit a detour across Iᴛᴀʟʏ “for tourism reasons.” a treat for mountain and flight enthusiasts.
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Video resource: PilotsEYE.tv | My personal Cockpit Jumpseat