The C-130 is one of the most versatile aircraft ever created, and its low-level flying capabilities are well known. This video, shot somewhere in Alaska, shows the “Herkybird” doing its low-level thing in the most dramatic fashion, skimming at high-speed just feet above ground.
Poland loves to show off its soviet-era MiG-29 Fulcrum fleet, and this extremely low-level flyby is just wild. The hurtling Fulcrum, with its signature RD33 engine-smoke trails tracing its flight-path, disappears seemingly just as fast as it appeared.
This A-10 gives a couple of light airplane pilots an awesome up-close and personal demonstration while attending the 2011 Toronto Air Show. Maybe the best part of the video is the audio, hearing how stoked those bush pilots are over the awesome ringing sound of the ‘Hog’s twin TF-34 turbofans doing their thing at full…
One of the most legendary stories related to the SR-71 Blackbird has nothing to do with how fast or how high it could fly. Quite the opposite really, it has to do with how slow and low it flew, somewhat accidentally, the results of which was probably one of the most spectacular visual and audible moments in aviation…
Libya is in total chaos right now, with multiple air forces flying for different factions within the country. Yet it seems there is a MiG-23 pilot (or pilots) keeping his spirits up by pushing his Flogger to its low-level limits. This video takes the cake for the wildest low-level pass so far, with what looks like…
The Navy's Flight Demonstration Team, the Blue Angels, performed their iconic "Delta Breakout" maneuver over Disney World's equally iconic Cinderella Castle today on their way to their next air show in Melbourne, Florida, wowing Spring Breakers by the tens of thousands. It doesn't get much more magical than that folks!
Perhaps for an F/A-18C, a normal flyby just wouldn't do.
Well, this is the most perfectly timed flyby I've ever seen.
If they're not, I'm sure they're close.
This is real speed. And even at 170 mph, it's legal. Thank you, German Autobahn.
Flying a jet fighter thousands of feet in the sky isn't easy. Flying one a few feet off the ground is a lot harder.