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The most watched 2015 video reports in the aviation industry category

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The most watched 2015 video reports in the aviation industry category

On the occasion of this end of year festive season, aeronewstv is offering the possibility of viewing, or re-viewing, your most popular 2015 aviation reports in the following categories: Aviation Industry, Lifestyle, Air Transport, Events and Employment.

The "Top 5" of the Aviation Industry category for 2015 are:

Paris Air Show : Rafale demonstration flight cockpit view The Rafale’s daily flight demonstrations were carried out, this year at the Paris Air Show, by Captain Benoît Planche, who was accompanied onboard by several compact television cameras to provide the public with a few additional thrills in the filming of this show of force.

Boeing 787-9’s show of force Whilst the Vietnam Airlines Boeing 787-9 carries out daily flying displays during the Paris Air Show, we take a look back at the images of the breathtaking rehearsal flight performed by the Boeing test pilots.

After the crash, A400M flight tests resume Three days after the crash of the A400M, one of three test aircraft took off from Toulouse-Blagnac Airport on 12 May at 2:45 pm, for a two-hour flight. Read the article. See the video of the takeoff. 

Comac ARJ21 hits the market On 30th December, six years after its first flight, and some 5,000 hours of flight tests, the ARJ21, China's first regional jet, has obtained certification from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). A first step for the manufacturers Comac who can now market their twin-engined plane provided it does not exit Chinese territory.

Comac C919 rollout scheduled for October According to our information the Chinese aircraft manufacturer, Comac, should officially present their first test C919 in October. Its first flight could take place in spring 2016.

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