AN ONLINE DOCUMENTARY CHANNEL dedicated to honoring the legacy of flight
with feature-length films and short stories that provide a detailed look at the
most exciting aircraft of years gone by.
If you are a fan of the History Channel and/or the Military Channel, you will
enjoy AeroCinema. I have watched countless hours of television on these two
channels, and I was glad to see that AeroCinema actually had video footage I
had never seen. There is a lot of original footage, and it often has an international focus. My only concern would be the price of the service, but if you feel
like you cannot get enough aviation, it is worth the price.
… Reynaldo Fernandez, EAA 787281
The videos and pictures are of very good quality, plus informational data
is presented in an interactive manner, which keeps one’s interest. My only
critical comment, and the reason I rated this site with only a 6 out of 10, is
that the limited amount of content on the site at this
point would not be enough to compel me to pay the price
of $19.95 for three months. I recognize, however, that the
channel continues to add content in an ongoing fashion,
and at some point, if that continues, I could be compelled
to pay the going price.
… Russell Zimmerman, EAA 292524
If you are interested in the history of famous (and some
not-so-famous) aircraft and the men and women who flew
them, then this is a website you’ll definitely want to check
out. There are lots of hard-to-find videos here, some done
in a documentary style, some pilot interviews, and some
done using a mix of the two. The introductory price of
$9.95 for three months is a fair charge considering the
quality and rarity of some of the films offered.
… Chris Carlson, EAA 720894
There is no better word than wow to describe this website.
It contains historical data of monumental proportions,
accurately refined into interesting, good quality, and brilliantly entertaining sections of videos. The videos cover
aviation, and aviation history—from the atomic bomb to the
transonic jet engineering of Britain in the 1940s. This website covers a lot, and more videos are added monthly. I
would recommend this website to aviation enthusiasts and
history buffs alike. It has certainly taught me a thing or two.
… Jordan Gonzales, EAA 1030642
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FLYVIE LITE AND
THE FLYVIE LITE APP lets you record your flights and access the Flight Viewer, providing
video, audio, and GPS on top of Google Earth playback. The Flyvie Installation Kit pro-
vides a hands-free mount and audio connection that allow you to use your iPhone as a
flight recorder in any plane and set up a hands-free recording experience.
I had the opportunity to test out the hardware and app on several flights over southeast-
ern Wisconsin and found this to be a very convenient way to record flights. The iPhone
fit perfectly in the mount and attached securely to the windshield.
Overall the video quality appeared great on the iPhone. The app allows the user to
“tag” parts of the recording by quality. This would be more helpful with a passenger to
monitor the video, but is a nice addition for longer cross-country flights.
The audio was surprisingly clear. Tower instructions and my replies were clear.
Noise from the cockpit was limited to some feedback from the open cockpit window to