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5 jumbo jets in formation

http://www.chonday.com/Videos/fivebujawe2

Five jumbo jets in formation......cool 5 minute video.

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What no loops or barrel rolls?
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No Jumbo's Randy it are Airbus A350.
But cool nonetheless.
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Meh, sort of like watching the Thunderbirds in slow mo. I can appreciate the feat though. Must be wild throwing a plane of that size through maneuvers.

What we've got here, is failure to communicate.


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Five jumbo jets in formation......cool 5 minute video.
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No Jumbo's Randy it are Airbus A350.
But cool nonetheless.
OK......Five Big Ass Jets in formation.

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Awesome video randy. Incredible akill to manouever those planes
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That was probably incredibly fun for those pilots. Where's Lee when you need some commentary!

I like how the lead pilot bought the new Moto Corse LARGE WEAVE carbon fiber tail section for this little ride!

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Love it Randy......The wings are made in Uk as are the engines and the fuselage in France...

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The cockpit is very roomy ... The winglets are designed to reduce vortices spilling off the wing tips and creating drag which adds considerably to the fuel efficiency of these aeroplanes.

Nice I enjoyed that.

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Francois would enjoy that.....

Now consider hundreds of 4 engine bombers flying in formation for hours at a time 70 years ago with rudimentary navigation and radio gear..........

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