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Thursday, 28 August 2014

Air India Celebrates it's 1 Year Anniversary flying from Birmingham Airport



Air India 1 Year Anniversary - Paul Kehoe - Guest Speaker


By chameleonwebservices
Published on 27 Aug 2014

Air India Celebrates it's 1 Year Anniversary flying from Birmingham Airport
Air India celebrates it's first year flying from Birmingham Airport with a presentation and meal with guests and dignitaries.

The event was hosted by the Birmingham Airport Holiday Inn featuring guest speakers and live entertainment.

Event Host - Sameena Ali-Khan
1st Speaker: Lord-Lieutenant Paul Sabapathy CBE
2nd Speaker: Solihull Mayor Kate Wild
3rd Speaker: Mr Pankaj Srivastava, Commercial Director - Air India
4th Speaker: Birmingham Airport CEO Paul Kehoe
5th Speaker: Kailash Singh - Air India UK / Europe Regional Manager
Bollywood Dancers: Desi Nach
Music Band: Echoes International
Belly Dancer: Vira
Audio Visual Equipment: INSTALL U.K
D.J: Tera Entertainments

Photographer: i one

Cameramen
Adam Langeveld
Ian Bevis

Editor
Adam Langeveld

Video Produced By:
Chameleon Web Services
Old Bank Buildings, Upper High St
B64 5HY   Tel: 0121 663 0456
media@chameleonwebservices.co.uk

Event hosted by the Birmingham Airport Holiday Inn

Monday, 25 August 2014

4 Russian Antonov's Invade Birmingham Airport on 22nd Aug


By antman09ful1
Published on 23 Aug 2014

4 Russian Antonov's Invade Birmingham Airport (BHX) on 22nd Aug
Its not everyday we see four old Russian planes arriving into Birmingham Airport Freight Terminal.



By flugsnug
Published on 25 Aug 2014

Antonov Onslaught
These great old ex-Soviet freighters appear in bursts here in central UK (that's the United Kingdom not Ukraine!).

These shots, of several Antonov An-12 and An-26, are from 2014. The smoke and noise of the An-12, in particular, makes its appearance a bit like a solo air display.

The operators of the planes shown are: Ukraine Air Alliance, Air Bright, Exin and Aviavilsa.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

The Red Arrows at Birmingham Airport

The Royal Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performed a flypast over Birmingham Airport flying from east to west at 1420 while routing from RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire to Exeter Airport for an Airshow. Red Arrows also preformed a Flyby over JLR Solihull to launch the new Jaguar XE.


By +Birmingham Airport
Published on 20 Aug 2014

Watch the RAF Red Arrows fly past Birmingham Airport (BHX) on 20th August 2014


By badwolf506
Published on 20 Aug 2014

Red Arrows Flypast at Birmingham Airport 20th August 2014
Transiting from RAF Scampton to Exeter, the Red Arrows perform a flypast at Birmingham Airport and Land Rover Solihull.



By Dave Price
Published on 20 Aug 2014

Red Arrows Flyby over JLR Solihull to launch new Jaguar XE 2014

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Birmingham Airport Runway Extension Time-Lapse Video


By Birmingham Airport
Published on 28 Jul 2014

Birmingham Airport’s 400 metre runway extension completed – and the A45 moved – in under 2 minutes!!
Birmingham Airport Runway Extension Time-Lapse Video. Watch the runway extension at Birmingham Airport take shape through the construction phase. Adding just 400 metres to the previous length means aircraft can now fly further, bringing new long-haul destinations within direct range for the first time, including the Far East, the West Coast of the U.S, South America and South Africa.

Monday, 28 July 2014

Dreamliner G-TUIE landing & Takeoff BHX - Ultra HD (4K)


By funslugg
Published on 26 Jul 2014

Dreamliner G-TUIE landing Birmingham Airport BHX - Ultra HD (4K)

Those flexi-wings make the 787 one of the most photogenic planes. This is Thomson Dreamliner G-TUIE - only delivered a few weeks ago - coming in "light" on 25th July 2014 to prepare for the Birmingham-Montego Bay flight.
By funslugg
Published on 28 Jul 2014

Thomson Dreamliner head-on - Ultra HD (4K)
Takeoff from BHX of G-TUIE, the 787 delivered just a few weeks ago (and seemingly with a small teething problem with main undercarriage synchronization).