The people… the places… the planes… of North American aviation. For everyone who has ever gazed skywards. The Aviators is a new and exciting magazine-style series featuring interesting people, the latest aircraft, the coolest technology and the best fly-in destinations of North American aviation. Each episode is comprised of 3 or 4 segments. This format ensures that the show remains fast-paced, capturing and holding the viewer’s interest from beginning to end. Season three is comprised of 13 episodes and contain an even broader and more exciting range of topics.
Episode 1: Air show announcer Rob Reider / Panel makeover / WWII pilot training - T-6 Texan
Episode 2: Journey of a bag / WWII pilot training - P-51 Mustang
Episode 3: Winter flying / Boeing 787 Dreamliner / Black Diamond Jet Team
Episode 4: Night time flying / PT-19 / USAF Thunderbirds
Episode 5: Guardian angels / Thunderbird for a day / B-29 bomber (Fifi)
Episode 6: Oxygen deprivation lab / Anatomy of a commercial flight
Episode 7: T-28 Trojan / War of 1812 / Very Light Jets (VLJs)
Episode 8: DC-3 conversions / Aviation career choices
Episode 9: Start up and run up / Weather makers / Aerostars
Episode 10: John Mohr barnstorming / T-45 Goshawk / Balloons
Episode 11: TH-57 Ranger / MU-2 / Road America fly over
Episode 12: F-22 Raptor / Light sport aircraft / Learning to fly - Rock star edition #1 (starring Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe)
Episode 13: Dog fighting / Learning to fly - Rock star edition #2 (starring Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe) / GEICO Skytypers
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