Brussels Airlines Airbus A330 - DVD

Brussels Airlines Airbus A330 - DVD

Brussels Airlines Airbus A330 - DVD

Code : 3489

Brussels Airlines is the result of the alliance between SN Brussels Airlines and Virgin Express, both already featured in this series. Brussels Airlines, the 13th Start Alliance airline in the World Air Routes, is Belgium's largest airline with more than 50 aircraft and around 300 flights a day to 70 destinations. The Belgian company covers Africa well with its fleet of Airbus A330-300s flying from its Brussels hub to 16 destinations.

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Packed program with more than 200 minutes! Multi-camera views, up to 5 cameras in cockpit!

Includes Pilots, Instruments, Runway, Sideviews

Detailed Pre-Flight Briefings, Checklists

Takeoff & Landing Briefings

Detailed Pilot Presentations all along the flights

Cockpit Presentations

Aircraft External Walkaround

Purser presentation & Cabin service

1st flight to Guinea (163rd country in the series!)

Special visit of Banjul & The Gambia

Great Scenery all along the way


As is the norm, our first leg of our trip starts off with a Briefing and walk around presentation by the Captain. After the walk around is completed, we join the crew in the flight deck for cockpit preparation and engine start. Highlights of our first trip to Banjul, Gambia include various cockpit camera views, cabin service and a wonderful view of Morocco and the Atlas Mountains while in cruise. Finally, the viewers are given a brief presentation by the Purser as she talks about her role during the flight.

Our second leg from Banjul to Conakry, Guinea includes take off from two camera views and visual approach which includes a flyover the runway to join downwind. Our return leg to Banjul was flown by the First Officer and this flight featured a departure at dusk with hazy skies and a dimly lit terrain below. While in the cruise, thunderstorms can be seen in the distance through the cockpit window.

One of the main highlights of this DVD came after our landing in Banjul. After the landing viewers are taken on a day tour of Banjul accompanied with lovely African styled music. The tour included market places, shopping areas, sea side fishing activities and a display of local crafts. This portion of the DVD can easily make anyone build a desire to some day visit this interesting country.

Our final highlight comes from our return trip from Banjul to Brussels. On this leg of our trip it features a detailed cockpit presentation of the A330 which I found enlightening and I am sure Airbus fans will enjoy it just the same. Overall this DVD was fun to watch and I would definitely give it a second viewing in the future.


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